The history of the African safari is inextricably linked with hunting.
From as early as the 19th century, European colonists flocked to the continent and took advantage of the vast abundance of animals roaming the land. Hunting safaris soon became fashionable, and so the era of the ‘Great White Hunter’ began.
Thankfully, the idea behind this blood-thirsty tradition is now evolving.
Travel in Africa is changing, bringing with it a focus on conservation, sustainability and animal welfare.
Mantis is at the forefront of this movement, offering unique animal impact experiences alongside their existing selection of eco-lodges, boutique hotels and river cruises.
The Rhino Impact Experience is a six-day immersive stay at the Mantis Founder’s
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