30% of global fish stocks are overexploited, 60% are fully exploited. To mark World Oceans Day, more than 200 Relais & Châteaux chefs are demonstrating their long-standing commitment to protecting marine resources and fighting overfishing, a pledge they honor by cooking unknown fishes.
The story of the camp Jabulani is one of love and hope. Tamlin Wightman discovers a deep connection in an unusual place: with a herd of rescued elephants in the wilderness of South Africa.
From October 4th to 7th, the chefs of Relais et Châteaux take part in the international event Food for Change to combat climate change and protect biodiversity. Watch the videos of their favorite products in Instants !
You may or may not want to consider a career change after learning about these ten rather unusual jobs around the world. But it might at least open your eyes to the many wondrous ways that some people choose to make a living in the tourism industry.
There was once a baby elephant, Jabulani, who was abandoned at the age of 4 months. Adopted by Lente Roode, owner of Camp Jabulani, it was at this moment when the reserve's story began. Today, passionate people are making every effort to save and protect these threatened species.
For many, it is the animals of the world that spur them to journey across lands and seas, the wild, unhabituated and miraculously varied Animal Kingdom that lures them from destination to destination.