UNESCO protects heritage of outstanding value to humanity. Africa is home to 98 World Heritage Sites, but several are listed as ‘In Danger’.
Tanzania accused IUCN and World Heritage Committe of reopening issues that had already been “positively” concluded through dialogue since 2017.
Read on to discover why these seven places are the world’s best under-the-radar African safari destinations.
It’s rare to get a solitary safari experience nowadays. Those who love the bumpy but dreamy 5am safari game drive through the desert.
If a bull elephant charges at you don’t run – instead, stand your ground and give him a piece of your mind.
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Thanks to satellite collars, 60 elephants will be monitored for better protection against poaching in one of the last great African wildernesses, Tanzania’s Selous Game Reserve.
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In southern Tanzania, Selous Game Reserve and Ruaha National Park are largely untouched by tourism, and full of wildlife. Two new safari experiences make the area an even more enticing destination.
Photographer Robert J. Ross’ book “The Selous in Africa: A Long Way from Anywhere” captures the dramtaic landscapes of Tanzania’s Selous Game Reserve.
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