Kariega Game Reserve

Kariega Game Reserve

A 9000 hectare private reserve on South Africa's Garden Route, Kariega combines Big Five Game viewing with the rare chance (for South African safaris) of river-based activities, proximity to great beaches and the chance to volunteer on a range of conservation projects. ...

Camp Amalinda

Camp Amalinda

Tucked away into an ancient Bushman’s shelter in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Matobo Hills, Camp Amalinda's African inspired refuge was voted a top 3 Safari Lodge in Zimbabwe in 2010. ...

Majete

Majete

Majete is a 700 km2 park in Malawi's Lower Shire Valley, part of Africa's Great Rift Valley. Managed by African Parks since 2003, the park's vegetation is diverse, ranging from moist miombo woodland in the western hills,...

Imvelo Safari Lodges

Imvelo Safari Lodges

Imvelo's two Zimbabwean camps don't only offer luxurious lodges and spectacular safaris. There is a level of commitment here that they sum up as: "We believe in enriching the lives of our visitors, as well...

Daktari Safaris

Daktari Safaris

Daktari Safaris are specialists from Germany tailoring trips to meet every client's needs across southern and east Africa. ...

Rhino Poaching – The Hanoi Connection

Rhino Poaching – The Hanoi Connection

This is a heartbreaking yet essential piece of viewing. You can follow Karl Amman's undercover investigation of the illegal rhino horn trade, travelling through South Africa, Laos and Vietnam to understand the many facets of the trade. On his way he meets everyone from South African vets, street traders in Hanoi, and some of the main players in the illegal trade. Thanks to his investigation, it is discovered that up to 90% of the rhino horn...

On Track Safaris

On Track Safaris

Specialists in small group wildlife conservation safaris that support wildlife conservation.  Guests get the chance to gain an insight into the real African bush and even get involved in leopard monitoring should they choose. ...

Tour Operators for Tigers

Tour Operators for Tigers

Travel Operators for Tigers is a 'supply chain' pressure campaign initiative aimed to motivate the Indian travel trade into a more proactive response to the tiger crisis in the country, and by association, all the forests and wildlife being affected in the...

Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Situated between the foothills of the Aberdares and snow-capped Mount Kenya, the Ol Pejeta Conservancy boasts an astounding variety of animals including all the Big Five, as well a sanctuary for rescued chimpanzees, the only one of...

Rhino poaching soars in 2013

Rhino poaching soars in 2013

South Africa’s rhino death toll has climbed to a staggering 82 rhinos killed during the first 37 days of 2013. A South Africa National Parks (SANParks) media release states that 61 of the rhinos were massacred in Kruger National Park. KwaZulu-Natal, North West,...

Kitich Camp

Kitich Camp

Explore forest trails and clear mountain streams, as local Samburu guides share their knowledge of the abundant trees, orchids, birds and butterflies. At night the atmosphere is magical, when the glade is lit for guests...

Campaign targets Chinese consumers

Campaign targets Chinese consumers

Of the many errors and misconceptions surrounding the rhino horn trade, perhaps the most oft-cited one is this: it’s all the fault of the Chinese. Read the studies, speak to the experts, move away from knee-jerk reactions and the truth is that China is not the number one culprit. Yes, there was a time when it was seen as a virtual panacea. Li Shizhen’s 1597Bencao Gangmu prescribed it for almost everything: from “devil possession” to “typhoid, headache and feverish colds”, “carbuncles and...

Fair Game believes…

in providing travellers with the best safaris in the world, brought to you by the people that care the most about the world they show you. Because not only do they make the best hosts and guides, they also devote as much time and energy as they can to fighting poaching, promoting conservation and supporting local communities.