ATTA® Webinar - The Positive Impact of Tourism on Conservation & Communities as Zimbabwe Re-Opens
- This is an online only event/webinar
- October 22nd 2020
As Zimbabwe opens its borders to international travellers, we discuss the positive impact visitors make at a local level by choosing safari operators that support grassroot community and conservation initiatives.
Join us as we highlight the experiences available to our guests, and the consequent benefit it brings to local communities, wildlife, and the preservation of local ecosystems.
Additionally, we shall address the Covid-19 protocols required for entry into Zimbabwe as we invite travellers to visit the destination and have a meaningful safari experience.Book online now
This is an online only event/webinar
UK based Account Manager
Kirstine is the UK based Account Manager for African Bush Camps – a private, owner-run safari company that seeks to promote and influence travel to Africa on a global scale while operating with an environmentally sustainable footprint and an ethos that strives to empower local communities in the areas of operation as well as maintaining a strong focus on conservation.
Fourth generation Zimbabwean and CEO of Amalinda Safari Collection - a 30 year old family owned safari business with 5 lodges and camps in Matobo Hills and Hwange National Park.
- Founder and Chairman of : Mother Africa Trust
- Trustee and Board Member; Matobo Rhino Trust.
- Board Member : Conservation & Wildlife Fund.
- Area Representative : Tourism Business Council Zimbabwe. TBCZ
- Board Member and Secretary: Hwange Tourism Association.
Based in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, is Co Owner at Vayeni - destination based experts of extraordinary safari journeys in Africa. Together with his wife Suzanne, they set out to create a truly bespoke safari company. From its humble roots 8 years ago Vayeni now designs luxury safaris across 11 African countries. Luke is exspecially proud of his roots in Zimbabwe, a country which he favours and deeply believes is vastly beautiful with enviable diversity.
Chief Marketing Officer
Raised in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Shane always had a love for nature and it was a natural progression for him to venture into the safari industry. Shane and the White family founded Wild Horizons in 1987, starting his career as a professional later taking the role of Sales Marketing Director at Wild Horizons. Over time Wild Horizons has grown from a relatively small family run safari business to today being one of the leading tourism operations in Zimbabwe. Shane and company work tirelessly to preserve and protect the environment in every dimension of the business, sharing ecotourism’s benefits with the communities that they work alongside.
Howard is co-owner and director of Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge, Gonarezhou. The lodge is the cornerstone of the original CAMPFIRE project, and continues to promote the ethos of 'community led conservation' within the Mahenye Community. Chilo Gorge offers experienced safari travellers the ability to explore the little known gem of a wilderness area which is Gonarezhou.