Everyone is a student ..... join one of our set date Wilderness Trails this Autumn period in the iMfolozi Wilderness Area at our South African Student rate, even if you're not a student. A chance for a digital detox, to de-stress and just be, sleep under a million stars on the banks of the iMfolozi River with the sounds of nightjars, hyenas and lions roaring in the distance, live in the rhythm of nature for a few days, does any of this make you feel like smiling? We have just what you need! This is hands down the best time of year to be on trail in iMfolozi!
Demonstrating a commitment to nurturing the best talent in the expedition travel industry for the benefit of its guests, Silversea Cruises recently held its second Expedition Leadership Training Academy, on land and aboard its cruise vessel Silver Discoverer, including a Wilderness immersion experience with the Wilderness Leadership School
Want to know the difference between a Buzzard and an Eagle? Or frustrated by seeing something fly over and you have no clue where to start? Durban and surrounds residents .....be sure join us for an exciting "Introduction to Raptor Identification" course, by Tammy Caine from FreeMe, KZN.
We are always amazed at how the trail experience is always a lot less about just seeing wildlife and so much more about the personal journey. This wonderful clip produced by Billi-Jean Parker and Lynton Richards from Ocean Planet Media shares their journey on a recent Wilderness Trail in iMfolozi. (Main photo credit: Bo Wood)
In this brilliant talk at a recent Ted-X event in Cape Town, author, psychiatrist and wilderness activist, Ian McCullum shares how we are impacting our environment and what we need to do as a human race to reverse the negative effects of over-population and our lack of care towards the planet.
Protecting and interconnecting at least half of the planet, land and water, to support all life on earth is no small vision. Multimedia photojournalist Morgan Heim dives into what this bold, new conservation vision means with an inspiring combination of stunning photographs and powerful interviews.
The idea of heading out on a wilderness trail might seem a little bizarre to some. Who would willingly give up every modern convenience, including the basics of a bathroom, to spend time out in the wild, sleeping on the ground and exposed to the elements? What is more, what could be the point of doing this in a big 5 game reserve, where dangerous animals roam free?