Profile

Cover photo
Verified name
Wilderness Safaris
616 followers|462,898 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube

Stream

 
We have partnered with the Wonderbag Foundation on a new project which will see 500 Wonderbags allocated to Children In The Wilderness' Adult Eco-Clubs.

The Wonderbags are sold to the Eco-Club for a nominal amount, and then members are able to sell the bags on for enough to pay back this amount, and earn a profit...!

#MakeADifference   #community  
1
Add a comment...
 
Part one of my full day Cape Point and Peninsula Tour on +Abavakashi Africa - an amazing experience and a must do when visiting the beautiful city of Cape Town. 

#CapeTown   #CapePeninsula   #WildernessTouring   #TravelSouthAfrica   #SouthAfrica  
Our local travel expert Stuart Parker enjoys a Private Cape Peninsula Tour in Cape Town with Wilderness Touring. Read about his experience here.
View original post
1
Add a comment...
 
Earth Hour 2015 is almost upon us. Initiated back in 2007, its function is a ‘lights-off event’ to raise awareness about global climate change…

#DisconnectToReconnect  
#earthhour2015  
#climatechange  
#sustainability  
1
Add a comment...
 
A herd of buffalo comes down to the Linkwasha waterhole to drink and check on the construction progress of the camp. As the finishing touches to the main area are made and the final guest tents go up, the team takes a break to enjoy the view at the end of the day...

http://www.wilderness-safaris.com/blog/safari-albums#gallery-1444_Latest+Linkwasha+Construction+Inspection 

#Hwange   #luxury_safari   #wildlife   #safariafrica  
4
3
World Safari News's profile photoTravel News's profile photo
Add a comment...
 
 
Elephant #poaching rates continue to exceed #elephant population growth rates.

As conservationists gather in #Botswana, one question is on everyone’s mind: could we soon reach a time when there are no more African elephant summits, because there are no more elephants? http://bit.ly/1bq8Fpy
#conservation  #wildlife 
9 comments on original post
6
1
Taylor's Photo Safari's profile photoWorld Safari News's profile photo
 
Under the status quo it is "when" not "could" ...we will wake up eventually...
Add a comment...
 
And of course all safari treats are calorie free :) 

Do let us know if you have a favourite from one of our camps?
1
Add a comment...
Have them in circles
616 people
Hippo Creek Safaris's profile photo
Andy Biggs's profile photo
Bruce Campbell's profile photo
pieter de wet's profile photo
Passage To Africa's profile photo
Mohamed Ameen's profile photo
Authentic African Safaris's profile photo
Biocultural Diversity & Land(Sea)scapes's profile photo
Tracking the Wild's profile photo

Wilderness Safaris

Shared publicly  - 
 
Well worth investigating this journey...!
 
Monday morning dash! ... (thanks to Garth Puller/-Africa this is why I live here). 
If you want to feel the sand between your toes check out our Namib Desert Encounter - 14-25 November 2015 - 8 guests only! 
http://goo.gl/IHnrg4
View original post
5
3
World Safari News's profile photoTilley's profile photo
Add a comment...

Wilderness Safaris

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Elephants playing in the water, cooling off from the afternoon sun.  They really are amazing animals with strong family bonds.  It was absolutely wonderful to see them in their natural habitat and not just in a zoo.  

#Botswana   #Africa   #Elephant   #Safari  
View original post
3
1
World Safari News's profile photo
Add a comment...

Wilderness Safaris

Shared publicly  - 
 
Hear hear... 
 
Our task must be to free ourselves... by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and it's beauty
View original post
2
Add a comment...
 
Wildlife sightings for at Davisons Camp have been nothing short of superb in recent times, with numerous predator as well as plains game seen on our concession...

#Hwange   #Zimbabwe   #safariafrica  
1
2
World Safari News's profile photoTravel News's profile photo
Add a comment...

Wilderness Safaris

Shared publicly  - 
 
Wild dog are always a thrilling sighting...
 
In honor of National Puppy day, I am posting one of my African wild dog photos from our trip to the Okavango Delta in Botswana, Africa.  

This was one of the few times we actually saw the other truck on our safari.   #wildlife   #Africa   #Safari   #dogs  
5 comments on original post
1
Add a comment...

Wilderness Safaris

Shared publicly  - 
 
Very interesting post on the collars used to monitor these dogs...
 
The new volunteers on iMfolozi were treated to a prolonged sighting of all seven members of Alfie’s pack. If you look closely you'll notice that there's an anti-snare collar on one of the wild dogs. Click on the link to find out more about the different kinds of collars we use for wildlife monitoring: http://bit.ly/1zFNXdP

Conservation volunteers: Joseph Sokal, Jim Ward, Lucia Degonda and George Dappen. Photo credit: Joseph Sokal
View original post
5
1
Safari's profile photo
Add a comment...
People
Have them in circles
616 people
Hippo Creek Safaris's profile photo
Andy Biggs's profile photo
Bruce Campbell's profile photo
pieter de wet's profile photo
Passage To Africa's profile photo
Mohamed Ameen's profile photo
Authentic African Safaris's profile photo
Biocultural Diversity & Land(Sea)scapes's profile photo
Tracking the Wild's profile photo
Contact Information
Contact info
Email
Story
Tagline
Our journeys change lives - helping Africa, its wildlife and its people through ecotourism and our conservation and community projects
Introduction

Wilderness Safaris offers luxury safari experiences in nine African countries, promoting ecotourism and conservation at the same time.

A tour operator and destination management company dedicated to responsible tourism in Africa, its travel divisions – Wilderness Safaris, Wilderness Touring, Wilderness Collection and Wilderness Air – operate a portfolio of some 70 lodges, camps and safaris in nine countries: Botswana, Congo (Brazzaville), Kenya, Namibia, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Seychelles.

Wilderness Safaris’ wildlife, marine and cultural safaris in remote, pristine wilderness destinations are specialised, explorative and fun. Wilderness offers guests private access to over eight million acres (three million hectares) of Africa’s finest wildlife reserves, while remaining fiercely committed to protecting the planet’s precious natural and cultural resources.

This Wilderness vision is encapsulated by its 4Cs concept, namely Conservation, Community, Culture and Commerce.