Wild Aid: Safaris With a Purpose

Four options for the wildlife-conscious traveler

Jan 30, 2013
Outside Magazine
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A rare caracal at Namibia's Okonjima Bush Camp.    Photo: The African Foundation

The news out of Africa isn’t good. In 2011, poachers slaughtered an estimated 25,000 elephants—and 448 rhinos in South Africa alone. Animal trafficking is now the world’s third-largest criminal industry. Thankfully, a new crop of safaris lets travelers see endangered wildlife and help save it, too.

Filed To: Nature, Travel, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Namibia, South Africa
From Outside Magazine, Jan 2013

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