- Tourists happy as Lamu Art Festival ends on a high note
- Air Tanzania re-launches flights to Zimbabwe
- Marching to protect wildlife
- ZATEX (Zambia Travel Expo) New Dates
- Zimbabwe welcomes Oman and Sri-Lanka’s air services
- O.R Tambo is named Africa's airport of the year
- Delights of Garden Route highlighted on tourism roadshow in India
- Five Sustainability Trends to Watch in 2019
- Congratulations to Atta Fellow, Dr Mohanjeet Brar on his reappointment to the Kenya Tourist Board (KTB)
- A Comeback for African National Parks
Just a Drop: For the Love of Nature
Join Huw Cordey and Patrick Morris - the award-winning filmmakers behind the ground-breaking BBC series Life, Planet Earth and The Hunt - for an evening of the stories that have inspired them across thirty years of wildlife film making.
For the Love of Nature, this year's Just a Drop talk at the Royal Geographical Society, will take place on 25 April and sees the welcome return of Just a Drop Ambassadors Huw and Patrick, following the success of their 2016 Just a Drop talk, Life Behind the Lens.
Huw and Patrick will share their stories of the wildlife, people and environments that have inspired them across their thirty year career, including the making of upcoming Netflix series Our Planet, narrated by David Attenborough and due for release in April.
The talk will be followed by an audience Q&A led by Stephen Sackur, Just a Drop Patron and presenter of BBC's HARDTalk. All proceeds from the evening will go towards Just a Drop's safe water and sanitation projects.
This year's Just a Drop annual talk follows on from the success of 2018’s Secret Lives Exposed: If Walls Could Talk, 2017's Danger Deadlines and Frontlines: A Glimpse Into the Lives of Foreign Correspondents.