By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant Biodegradable plastic sounds like the perfect solution to a global effort to reduce plastic pollution. However, how biodegradable are these plastics really? Biodegradable doesn’t necessarily mean compostable, so more often than not, these plastics still end up in landfills across the world.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant When planning a trip to East Africa, luggage weight restrictions can leave you scratching your head and wondering which items to leave behind, and which gadgets will be useful for your trip. Here are the must-have gadgets we think you’ll need on your East African safari.
Update from Koshal Photography Photographer Koshal encountered the herds crossing the Sand River heading towards the Masai Mara.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Last month, The Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research released their first ever biome report after deploying camera traps in the Mara Naboisho Conservancy. You can read about their findings here.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager In June 2019, Asilia will be one of the first safari operators to introduce an electric safari vehicle at our Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, in Ol Pejeta Conservancy. A Swedish company, OPIBUS, are driven by the overwhelming evidence of climate change and want to ensure that developing countries are on track with the rest of the world in terms of thinking ahead and taking climate change into account.
Update from Kevin Mlay Naturalist Safari guide Kevin Mlay Naturalist spotted the herds near the Naabi Hill gate, heading towards the Simba Kopjes.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant East Africa is home to some of the most intriguing and unique events. If you’ve created a bucket list with exhilarating experiences that you’re planning on completing, here are our top five adventures for you to add to that list and check off when visiting East Africa.
Update from Johan Van Zyl A big heart, determination and a lot of courage from this little cub crossing the big marsh around the Ndutu.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant East Africa is a blend of adventure, culture, history and captivating scenes to feast your eyes on! However, before East Africa became what it is known as today, it was undiscovered and known to only a few.
The Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research falls under part of the University College of London’s Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment. In 2018, the Centre undertook a huge biome project, setting up many camera traps within the Greater Mara Area in Kenya in order to gain a better understanding of the wildlife in these areas and how they were living and behaving.