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It's not goodbye, but see you later

The world is opening up and our wonderful guests are starting to travel again. While this is welcome news for the wild places that we support and the animals and people that call them home, it means that we need to do a little readjusting to make sure that we can fully focus on both our real-life guests and our virtual ones.

In order to do this, we will have to put our &Beyond Connect Virtual Experiences and daily WILDwatch Live safaris temporarily on hold as we find the right balance to ensure our guides, chefs and wellness practitioners can meet the expectation of all our online and offline guests.

We absolutely love bringing &Beyond into your homes, offices and schools, and promise we will do our best to ensure that this is not a final goodbye, but simply a ‘see you later’.

Because it’s really about the planet

Caring for the land, wildlife and people

WHAT TO EXPECT

Ever wondered what it took to put a tracking collar on a hyena, or what it would be like to walk alongside the most poached animal on the planet (the curious-looking pangolin), and what are the latest advancements in conservation technology?

&Beyond’s expert team of conservationists and specialists are ready to answer all your questions. Join us for an unforgettable virtual session with a dedicated member of our team who is working tirelessly to leave our world a better place.

This virtual experience is booked on a special request basis.

The booking entitles you to six (6) links, which you can share with friends, family members or co-workers (with a maximum 2 people per link) and is conducted in in English.

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Get exclusive access to &Beyond conservationists and specialists

Learn about Africa’s famed wildlife and landscapes

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Rhino Conservation up close

Explore the challenges, learnings and victories of white and black rhino conservation on the Mun-Ya-Wana Conservancy (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) with &Beyond Phinda’s Conservation Manager, Simon Naylor.

Hyena – dispelling the myths

Engage with Craig Sholto-Douglas, &Beyond Phinda Ecologist, as he explores the high intelligence and social complexities of these misunderstood predators, and showcases the discoveries of the Spotted Hyena Project.

Pangolin – saving the species

Spend time with Charli de Vos, &Beyond Phinda Ecological Monitor, uncovering the fascinating world of this little-known species; discover how a groundbreaking reintroduction project holds promise for their future.

The Art of Wildlife Monitoring

Find out just what it takes to protect threatened species like rhino, cheetah, pangolin, leopard, lion and elephant. Join Craig Sholto-Douglas, &Beyond Phinda Ecologist, in this engaging and enlightening discussion.

Blue Conservation: Hope Spots

Dive into an ocean of hope spots: discover the brimming potential of these regions with marine conservationist, Dr. Tessa Hempson, a Hope Spot Champion for Dr. Sylvia Earle’s Mission Blue global alliance.

Meet the team

Charli de Vos

Ecological monitor

Craig Sholto-Douglas

Ecologist

Simon Naylor

Conservation Manager

Tessa Hempson

Oceans Without Borders Programme Manager and Principal Scientist

Leaving our world a better place

Virtual experiences that go beyond the expected and care for the land, wildlife and people

100% of the profits from these experiences go towards funding crucial habitat maintenance, sustainability and conservation initiatives.

 

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