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Win a Safari and Support the EKARI Foundation

Win a Safari and Support the EKARI Foundation
Hello Wildland Adventurers! My name is Michelle Bradley. I am the Executive Director and co-founder of EKARI Foundation and I would like to invite you to our annual Seattle event on May 22 from 2 to 5 pm at the Central Cinema (directions). We are a grassroots, community-based, nonprofit organization headquartered in Seattle with operations in the Phalombe district of Malawi, Africa. We focus on educating Malawians toward self dependency through youth education, adult literacy, and economic community development. We provide access to the educational training and resources necessary for our beneficiaries to emerge from extreme poverty through their own efforts.   We would love for you to join us on May 22 at the Central Cinema! All are welcome to come and celebrate sustainable livelihoods with great food, beer, and African music and dance! Elias Makina, EKARI’s In-Country Director and co-founder, will be visiting from Malawi to connect with our...
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Bhutan is Beautiful! - Berkvam Family Review

Bhutan is Beautiful! - Berkvam Family Review
The Berkvam family just returned from traveling to Asia on an expansive journey from Delhi to Bhutan to Kathmandu. They explored the busy streets of Delhi and watched the sun rise behind the Taj Mahal then jetted off to Bhutan for a full week of exploring this remote nation. After attending the Paro tsechu (festival) and getting to meet Bhutanese royalty they continued on to Kathmandu for a quick day of exploring Nepal's capital. Here's a little more directly from the Berkvams:   We enjoyed all 3 countries. Bhutan is beautiful. It is still pristine because it is very mountainous and undeveloped. Our guide, Pinto,and driver, Dawa, were wonderful. It was a privilege getting to know them.   What were some highlights? In Bhutan, we bicycled through the Sha valley. It was a wonderful way to see the countryside. We loved it. Biking in Bhutan, a great way to see the countryside Hiking...
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Meet Your Guides: Jai Bhati

Meet Your Guides: Jai Bhati
Namascar! More often than not the highlight of adventure trips to India is the guides. We know how important good guide is to a trip and we put a lot of effort into finding the best guides for every area that we travel to. We focus on using local guides in each area, ensuring that these guides possess a seemingly unlimited wealth of knowledge about their area of expertise. The last time I traveled to India I compiled a list of questions so we could all get to know our Wildland guides a little better. Jai wasn't my main guide at Kanha Jungle Lodge but he was my youngest and most enthusiastic! Jai grew up in Kanha National Park, a famous tiger park known for being one of the largest and oldest in India. His parents run the lodge and are experts in the fauna and flora of the area as well as...
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April 23: The Best of Eastern and Southern Africa

April 23: The Best of Eastern and Southern Africa
April 23 at 10 AM: The Savvy Traveler (Edmonds, WA) will be hosting a travel seminar on The Best of Eastern and Southern Africa presented by Wildland Adventures President Kurt Kutay. Join Kurt for this ultimate introduction how to create a comprehensive and seamless trip to Africa linking the must-see sites.  More about the event: Planning your African safari? Trying to decide which countries, destinations, parks and style of safari are right for you? Wildland Adventures President, Kurt Kutay, will share experiences and amazing images. Plus, practical advice on planning your next African safari, including Kenya and Tanzania's Mara-Serengeti ecosystem, gorilla tracking in Uganda and Rwanda, explorations deep into the Okavango Delta, South Luangwa and Kruger National Parks, and the Kalahari of Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and South Africa. Learn about the differences and major attractions that make each region special and the best ways to combine them including the range of accommodations that fit your...
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Good News of the Day:Tiger Populations Are Growing!

Good News of the Day:Tiger Populations Are Growing!
The World Wildlife Fund announced Sunday that for the first time in 100 years the numbers of endangered, wild tigers is increasing! "After a century of constant decline, global wild tiger populations are on the rise! According to the most recent data, around 3,890 tigers now exist in the wild—up from an estimated 3,200 in 2010. We can attribute this updated minimum number—compiled from national tiger surveys—to rising tiger populations in India, Russia, Nepal, and Bhutan; improved surveys; and enhanced protection of this iconic species. “This is a pivotal step in the recovery of one of the world’s most endangered and iconic species,” said Ginette Hemley, senior vice president of wildlife conservation at WWF. “Together with governments, local communities, philanthropists, and other NGOs, we’ve begun to reverse the trend in the century-long decline of tigers. But much more work and investment is needed if we are to reach our goal of...
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