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9 Tips for planning your Gap Year Travels

Each year, thousands of people from all walks of life in the UK plan their gap year. This can be a very daunting task, however with the right planning, it can be the most exciting and rewarding experience you ever have. For many years now Blue Lizard Adventures has been assisting volunteers to realise and […]

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Why Conserve Species?

So why do we conserve wildlife species? It is a question that is often asked, especially when conservation priorities are being determined. There are all the obvious reasons such as, they are in decline, they have a role to play in our ecosystem or they have a benefit us in some way. However, must we […]

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Namibia- something for everyone

Namibian Desert There is a big difference that lies between visiting a country and seeing a country, for many as long as the sun is out, the sea is warm and the cocktails are on offer, it’s an ideal holiday. Of course they are definitely not wrong but for others, who have a thirst for […]

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Human-Wildlife Conflict- a step in the right direction

Nairobi Nation Park, where Lions, Rhinos and other animals live freely against the urban backdrop of the city center. For the Pastoral Maasai tribes around the park living with carnivores such as Lions causes many problems as they prey on valuable lifestock. This leads to local communities taking matters into their own hands. There are […]

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