International Ranger’s Day is a day dedicated to the unsung heroes who protect our fragile wildlife, natural treasures and cultural heritage. We salute you!
Scott Fraser aka Buffel is a young man with a lot of potential. We caught up with him at Makuleke during his last few days as a back-up Trails guide and discovered that despite Buffel’s size and strength, he is the epitome of a gentle giant. “One could argue that he’s more of an elephant than a buffalo”.
How the re-introduction of predators helped build a balanced, natural ecosystem.
Sometimes in life you don’t exactly know where you want to go or what you want to do, but you know the general direction. Other times, you know where you want to end up, but do not know how you want to bumble around until then.
“I have seen the seasons change and lived through that in a much more immersive way and for the first time, I’ve truly understood it.”
Travelling with a purpose can do so much more than just broaden your experience, it can liberate your understanding of the world.
People sometimes ask, that surely, if they cause this much damage, elephants must be bad for the environment and threaten the very survival of other animals around them?
Some days in life we steer the propeller, and other days we ride the waves. There’s a delicate balance between making and allowing.