Royal tour to spark interest in ethical Safaris

Last week the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their son Archie landed in Cape Town, South Africa, for their first family tour of Africa.

Royal tour to spark interest in ethical Safaris

Royal tour to spark interest in ethical Safaris

The couple is shining a spotlight on various initiatives, Prince Harry checking in on the British Army’s partnership with Africa Parks in Liwonde National Park, and watching an anti-poaching demonstration.

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Tour operator, Ranch Rider claims the Duke and Duchess’s Africa tour and their continuing desire to tackle causes, both environmental and social, will inspire travelers to consider booking ethical safaris where they can make a difference, for example, the Game Census week at South Africa’s Ant Collection – guests playing a hands-on role in wildlife conservation.

Open year-round, on regular riding safari weeks, there is also the opportunity to learn more about the plight of the endangered rhino, and “Save the Waterberg Rhino,” the non-profit founded by the lodge owners.

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