Watch the draw as we announce the winner of the Pangolin Photo Safaris 10 day safari in Africa.
The prize Includes:
– Two nights at lala Lodge, Victoria falls (Standard Room – B&B) with arrival transfer
– Four nights at the Pangolin Chobe Hotel (full board) with return transfers, daily cruises on the river or a drive in the national park, and use of a DSLR camera and lens while at the hotel
– Flight to the Okavango Delta with Mack Air.
– Three nights at Bushman Plains tented camp (full board) with two game drives per day, bushman culture and skills walk, and Mokoro excursion (water levels permitting)
– Charter flight to Maun airport on Mack Air.
– US$5,000 towards the winner’s flights, to be booked return economy class travel, on the most direct route available, for one person in and out of Victoria Falls (VFA) airport
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Eye of the Pangolin is the story of two men on a mission to share the wonder of all four species of African pangolin on camera for the first time ever.
Follow their extraordinary journey to remote locations on the African continent, from arid savannah to exotic jungles. Become captivated by these extraordinary creatures as the filmmakers meet the people who are caring for and studying pangolins in a desperate attempt to save them from being poached and traded into extinction.
Filmed in Ultra High Definition, this ambitious documentary is freely available online for commercial-free viewing.
Our goal at Pangolin.Africa is to make Eye Of The Pangolin one of the most widely watched wildlife documentaries ever. If enough people learn to care for this animal, there is a chance that it can be saved. So please share this film with everyone you believe will be touched by this magical creature. If we don’t do something now, the illegal wildlife trade to the east will ensure that pangolins will disappear from the planet within the next 10-20 years.
The film is directed and narrated by Bruce Young, co-director of the award winning Blood Lions documentary.
Due to the sensitive nature of some of the content on the film, we would recommend an age limit of 13 years or younger.
Follow #EyeOfThePangolin for the journey of the film.
Production of Eye of the Pangolin film has been made possible with the generous support from:
Pangolin Photo Safaris
The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust
Pangolin.Africa is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of the most highly trafficked wildlife species on the continent – the African Pangolin.
We work with partners in the tourism, conservation and corporate fields to increase worldwide awareness of the species; gather data to contribute towards much-needed research; and implement protection and rehabilitation projects on the ground.
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