Uluntu Africa receives Fair Trade certification for 5 travel packages


Uluntu Africa has received Fair Trade in Tourism (FTT) certification for five travel packages, facilitated by South African NGO Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA). Uluntu Africa is now amongst one of the first South African based tour operators receiving the FTT stamp of approval for travel packages, which combines main and off the beaten track destinations like Cape Town, Garden Route, Johannesburg, Kruger National Park, Limpopo and rural Drakensberg.

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Busting the Myth – Saving the Species


Since the start of 2011, hardly a day has gone by without reading about the horrors of rhino poaching. The poaching really has taken epic proportions with the current figure halfway 2011 in South Africa alone standing at 174 rhinos. Kruger National Park seems to carry the brunt of the poaching activities with 120 rhinos killed since the start of 2011, nearly the same number of rhinos as in the whole of South Africa in 2009. The rhino poaching stats make a frightening read, a 2450% increase from 2007 to 2010!

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The wild side of Cape Point Nature Reserve

How ironic that just a few hundred metres from one of the most iconic and heavily touristed locations on the African continent are some of its most deserted and beautifully wild beaches.

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