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’.
Chat to a Marine Biologist
The future of our oceans will soon depend on our children.
Let your little dreamers dream… of a career as a marine biologist.
Most of us who love the great outdoors had early yearnings to be involved with nature somehow. But sometimes we need to know more before picking a career. We’re offering the opportunity for children to enjoy quality face time with our ocean experts.
Cost of experience: This experience requires a minimum of 6 individuals. Depending on the size of your group, the price will vary. The starting price for a group of 6 is USD 200 (roughly USD 30 per link).
Perfect for: Those interested in marine conservation or careers as marine biologists and ecologists (ages 11+).
Fantastic for children (ages 11+)
Great educational opportunity for children
Get all your questions answered
Go behind the scenes to learn how to become a Marine Conservationist
Meet the team
Your virtual marine expert
Tessa Hempson – Oceans Without Borders Programme Manager & Principal Scientist
Tessa grew up on a farm in the savannas and escarpment forests of South Africa, an environment that instilled in her a passion for ecology from a young age
After a year in Tasmania as a Rotary Scholar, she began her undergraduate studies via correspondence with the University of South Africa (UNISA) while travelling and working in scuba diving.