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London: Discover Africa

Free entry. , 7:00 pm to at Grange Wellington Hotel, 71 Vincent Square, London SW1P 2PA, United Kingdom Venue web site Google map

Discover Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s political issues are well documented but it is business as usual in the bush, and at Wildlife Worldwide we aim to put this country back on the map! Join Helen as she talks you through a recent trip to spectacular Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park where experiential safaris were the order of the day. Why stick to driving when you can try river, walking, train, horse-riding and mountain bike safaris too? 

Speaker: Helen Bryon

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After an idyllic Botswana childhood, Helen returned to the UK in her teens, then spent two years globetrotting before studying Geography. After 16 years with a renowned UK travel company, Africa called her back to live her dream and qualify as a safari guide, followed by four fabulous years on a private reserve in South Africa. Helen is now part of the team at Wildlife Worldwide.

Botswana: Raining Cats & Dogs

Brian recently travelled on our mobile camping trip to northern Botswana, passing through Moremi Game Reserve and Khwai community concession in the famed Okavango Delta region, as well as Chobe National Park. Even though he travelled during the dry season,  it positively rained big cats and wild dogs!  See the best of Botswana’s famed predators on this illustrated journey through these wildlife-rich locations.

Speaker: Brian Wood

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Having run his own successful travel company and headed up a US Aid project to develop rural tourism in Morocco, Brian has vast experience of product development and operational management. He spent seven years living, working and travelling in Latin America, and brings considerable knowledge and experience of Africa, Asia and Europe.

Exploring Ethiopia

Join Ben as he takes you on a journey through Ethiopia, an incredible country full of ancient, devoted cultural traditions and unique wildlife encounters. From gelada baboons and Ethiopian wolves, to churches built into mountainsides and the dramatic vistas of the Rift Valley. 

Speaker: Ben Cherry

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Ben Cherry, an award winning environmental photojournalist and cameraman, is passionate about conservation communication. Having worked with scientists on projects around the world, he wants to ‘put a face to conservation’ to highlight issues, and to also show how dedicated individuals are making a positive difference to our natural world.

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