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Asilia Africa is a pioneering travel company that runs 20 luxury camps and lodges in Africa’s most important wilderness areas.

The Great Migration

Great Migration Live Update – 19 February 2018

Migration Monday Update This week’s update comes from HerdTracker, we have reports from Ranger Safaris saying that migratory herds are spread out between Gol Kopjes and Naabi Hill from the Hidden

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Sustain and Thrive

Plight of the Pangolin

By Britta Foulis World Pangolin Day You’ll be forgiven for thinking, “What is a pangolin?!” Besides being undeniably unique-looking, they are the most trafficked animal in the world, so we

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Wildlife & Conservation

Fun Facts about Hippos

By Britta Foulis When one thinks of a hippo, you may think all they do is lazily bob around in pools of water, blow air from their nostrils, and show

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Culture & Communities, Sustain and Thrive

Twende Porini – Now In Kenya

By Clarissa Hughes – Group Positive Impact Co-ordinator Asilia’s highly successful environmental programme for children is set to launch at Naboisho Camp, in Kenya’s Masai Mara, in March. Called “Twende Porini”,

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The Great Migration

Great Migration Live Update – 12 February 2018

Migration Monday Update Nomad Tanzania have reported herds of wildebeest and zebra that have been seen moving south towards the Naibadad Hill and towards the western side of Kusini. A few

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Wildlife & Conservation

For Life: Monogamous East African Species

By Britta Foulis They say, “if you love something, let it go.” This doesn’t ring true for the following species you’ll find around our camps… The following animals are known

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