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Help stop the Serengeti Sell-off!

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We are asking for your help to oppose any attempt to evict the Maasai from their traditional land and require them to relocate to make way for foreign hunters. Tanzanian President Kikwete is on the verge of signing a deal with Ortello Business Corporation, a United Arab Emirates(UAE) hunting company, that wants their own private hunting grounds within the Serengeti…
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UPDATE from UNESCO: Proposed Road Through the Northern Serengeti

CLICK HERE to view our Call To Action newsletter regarding the proposed road in Tanzania through the Northern Serengeti. Thanks to those of you that sent letters! The state of conservation of Serengeti National Park was examined at the 34th Session of the World Heritage Committee meeting in Brasilia, in July 2010, and the Committee expressed its utmost concern about…
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Wonderful Wildlife Photos from Tanzania & Zambia

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In 2009, we sent Terry & Nancy McGrew from Wisconsin on a fantastic journey to Tanzania and Zambia.  In their words… “What else can we say, it was a fabulous trip!” The McGrew’s are great photographers and after traveling to the Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Selous Game Reserve, and the Lower and Upper Zambezi they had…
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Unique Trip Opportunities for 2010 and 2011!

The EXPLORE ‘mission’ is to work very closely with our clients in designing safaris that are not only entertaining but transformative and make a difference in the lives of indigenous peoples. By taking the traveler deep into the heart of Africa we facilitate a greater understanding of the ongoing challenges to preserve this most precious part of our planet.  Join…
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Africa’s Last Wilderness

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Tanzania’s Remote Selous & Mozambique’s Hidden Secrets June 2011 The African continent is under siege. Over population and massive extractive industries from uncontrolled mining to deforestation threaten the continent. A few extraordinary individuals have dedicated themselves to conserving its most critical ecosystems. Visit the most extraordinary reserves representing the cutting edge of conservation in the African continent. Witness the beauty…
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