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African Bush Camps Partners With ‘How Many Elephants’ To Raise Awareness Of The African Elephant CrisisBy African Bush Camps
African Bush Camps has joined forces with How Many Elephants to support their annual talk held at the prestigious Royal Geographical Society in London on 6th June. This years talk ‘On the Front Line’ offers an evening of adventure with inspirational speakers from the front line of conservation in Africa.
As a conservation driven organization African Bush Camps promote and influence travel to Africa on a global scale while operating with an environmentally sustainable footprint. Employing an ethos that strives to empower local communities in the areas in which they operate, a strong focus on conservation is at the heart of their operation.
“We are delighted to be partnering with such a powerful campaign and inspirational leader,” said African Bush Camps CEO and Founder Beks Ndlovu, “I grew up knowing many of the elephants of Hwange National Park and through our tourism efforts and supporting excellent awareness causes like How Many Elephants we can ensure they are still around for our future generation.”
Speakers at the event include Adventurer, Conservationist and Designer Holly Budge, National Geographic Explorer, Conservationist, and Biologist Niall McCann and Professional Guide and Founder of African Bush Camps Beks Ndlovu.
All proceeds from the evening will go to the How Many Elephants Campaign which supports National Park Rescue and Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust in Zimbabwe, and the Black Mambas in South Africa.
Date: June 6th, 2019. 6.30pm-10pm
Venue: Royal Geographical Society (with The Institute of British Geographers), 1 Kensington Gore, London. SW7 2AR
Tickets: Early bird tickets available until April 20th.
VIP: £75 and Talk Only: £25.
Standard prices: VIP: £85 and talk only: £30
For VIP ticket holders, there will be pink champagne kindly sponsored by Waud Wines, alongside artisan canapes in the iconic Map Room, with ample opportunity to mingle with the speakers. Don't delay as these tickets are limited.
EVENTBRITE TICKET LINK:
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