- New branding for Kamageo
- Tantalising Tswalu: The Kalahari's diamond in the rough
- Uganda's Mountain Gorilla to visit Destinations Travel Show
- Guests at Elewana Loisaba Tented Camp can visit the new Conservation Centre
- Just a Drop announces third annual lecture at the Royal Geographical Society will feature award-winning authors and historians
- Odzala Discovery Camp - NB Updates 2018
- Elewana Collection goes to War with the Straw
- Honour Way attending ITB
- Jenman African Safaris Responsible Tourism Update
- The Safari & Conservation Company has moved office
Escape+Explore Waterwise Private Cape AdventuresBy Veronique Rossouw, Escape+Explore
"Should there be water rationing of any kind, it will have no effect on the running of our tours." - Ingram Casey
- Future stocks of sustainable bottled water secured for the foreseeable future.
- New Water Wise Craft Beer that uses 46% less Water and 8% Atlantic Sea Water!
- Pop Up Magic Wet Wipes used on tour. Eco & Water-friendly. Fully Biodegradable.
- Guides carry upmarket water free locally made hand sanitizer.
- Extra Refreshments supplied both onboard and carried by guides when out and about.
- Vehicles cleaned before each tour by EcoWash using max 3 litres of collected spring water.
- Guides trained to talk about the Water Crisis in a proactive way using the real facts at hand and within context of conservation and long-term solutions.
- Including Water Wise stops on tours to add real context of the current drought. From natural springs in Kirstenbosch Gardens to Theewaterskloof Dam in the Winelands.
- 3rd Party Activities and Restaurants are all closely monitored for well point showers when needed, tap water in bathrooms and no compromise on standards in food delivery whilst remaining water wise.
The current water shortage is something we are not hiding and actively talking about during tours. Our guides are well-equipped to convey a level-headed assessment of the situation.
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