Monthly Archives: September 2012

Responsible Tourism

African Insight is totally committed to Responsible Tourism, not through a well documented policy or lofty mission statement but in the “DNA” of the business which affects every aspect of the business. We have neither reached perfection nor believe we … Continue reading

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St. Lawrence College making a difference

A group of 20 students from St. Lawrence College in Kent England recently visited      South Africa with African Insight on a wildlife studies and authentic cultural immersion experience in the Kruger Park region of South Africa.  Prior to their trip … Continue reading

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Do Weaver birds know the weather in advance?

Nigel noticed a week or two ago, that the weaver birds were building their nests very high up on the trees.  He said we were going to have a lot of rain – that the birds said so. I’ve also … Continue reading

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Roehampton University students September 2012

September saw the second South African tour by Roehampton University to South Africa with Professor Garry Marvin and Dr Caroline Ross leading their charges of 3rd year anthropological students from both social and biological studies. Andrew Anderson led the tour … Continue reading

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Roehampton University Supports Community Field Guide Training

In September 2011 students from Roehampton University, London’s  School of             Biological Anthropology, visited South Africa on an academic fieldtrip, facilitated by  African Insight.  The group comprised Biological Science as well as Social                   Anthropology students as well as a senior lecturer … Continue reading

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