Wilderness Safaris is a conservation organization and ecotourism company dedicated to responsible tourism throughout the areas in which it operates in southern Africa. Its goal is to share these wild areas with guests from all over the world, while at the same time helping to ensure the future protection of Africa's spectacular wildlife heritage and sharing the benefits of tourism with local communities. The 26-year-old company operates camps and safaris in Botswana, Namibia, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Seychelles. It is run by a group of likeminded wildlife enthusiasts who came together to build a successful safari business, delivering a unique experience for guests, fair returns for shareholders and stakeholders, while ensuring that southern Africa's pristine wilderness areas remain sustainably protected. Its wildlife, marine and heritage safaris in remote and pristine wilderness destinations are specialized, educational, explorative and fun. Its "conservation through tourism" policy shares the benefits of tourism with local communities and ensures the protection of these areas for future generations. Wilderness Safaris has the privilege to operate privately on 2.8 million hectares (6.5 million acres) of southern Africa's finest wildlife reserves. For more information about Wilderness Safari, please click on the logo.

Every month, a different look at natureMan's place in nature is at the heart of Terre Sauvage's editorial message. Every month, Terre Sauvage offers its readers spectacular face-to-face encounters with nature near and far, through large-scale reports with an emphasis on photography. From Kenya to Peru, from Iceland to Australia, our reports explore the five continents – inviting readers to dream and go travelling. In Terre Sauvage, photography is fundamental, and each image is selected from the work of the most prestigious photographers.Packed with practical features, Terre Sauvage helps its readers to have a more intelligent relationship with their natural environment and to care about its preservation – both in their daily activities and their leisure pursuits. It takes a truly educative approach, aimed at making readers feel more responsible for the nature all around them. The magazine's editorial ambitions? To unravel nature's great phenomena and mechanisms, observe the earth's main equilibrium, and understand man's relationship with nature. Terre Sauvage granted the Label Expé Terre Sauvage to the Oryx Project, a label of high ethical and moral values. For more information about Terre Sauvage, please click on the logo.

La Mine is a fruitful collaboration between two passionate graphists from France, Mathieu Goustille and Olivier Gomez. Two free electrons for two distinct ways of perception and thinking. Specialist of visual identity in all its forms, from the creation of web sites to the realization of movies clip, they evolve in, get soaked and inspired from all artistic and graphic streams. This gave to their creations a modern dimension, adapted to all demand. La Mine draw from its art and technique, search and considers tradition, trend and innovation to investigate the in-deep ground of what fit the most your concept and vision. For La Mine, every customer is a new challenge, with the urge to reach their expectations and to highlight the strength and the peculiarities of each of them. La Mine helped in the thinking and conception of the Logo and brochure Oryx Project. For more information about their work, please click on their logo.

 

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