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Contributing to conservation is easier than you imagined

By Kylee Ryers The late Miriam Makeba, who was also affectionately known as ‘Mama Africa’ once said: “Africa has her...

Thonga Beach Lodge: A site of significance

Thonga Beach Lodge: A site of significance Article and photographs by Dr George Hughes, 7 March 2018 Very few visitors...

Caring for the coast

This is something we are super proud of: Thonga Beach Lodge is passionate about clean oceans, having seen the devastating...

Cordwalles Boys Visit Hluhluwe-iMfolozi

This delightful thank you story was sent to Isibindi Africa's Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge in gratitude of the support to...

10 fascinating facts about Pangolin

The rare and shy pangolin has been spotted several times these past months during night drives from Rhino Post Safari...

Ninjas of the Deep

The extraordinary sea turtles that have returned from the brink of extinction:  Africa Geographic posted this beautiful article about the...

Where your water comes from …

Isibindi Africa Lodges are loyal supporters of the WWF who sent us this update of activities happening in KwaZulu-Natal... Following...

African Icons book has a special focus on the turtles of Isimangaliso

World renowned African travel writer David Bristow and award-winning photographers Roger and Pat de la Harpe have brought their creative...

Lions Reintroduced into iSimangaliso Wetland Park

Lions have been reintroduced in iSimangaliso Wetland Park, on the east coast of KwaZulu Natal after a 44-year absence. The...

Tribute to Dr Ian Player (1927 – 1914)

We give tribute to a man who embodied the spirit of conservation, combined with respect for culture and spirituality. World...