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Jay Caboz

Jay has worked for Business Insider & Forbes Africa, is a freelance journalist and photographer passionate about the outdoors, travel and landscape photography

There is nothing quite as rewarding as sweating it out among the fynbos surrounding Cape Town on foot. With a network of hiking trails that criss-cross across a spine-like mountain range that stretches all the way from Table Mountain to Cape Point...

Matroosberg Private Nature Reserve is located just 30 kilometres outside of Ceres and only 2 hours’ drive outside of Cape Town. When snow falls, you need to be quick to get there; there is no guarantee it’ll be around for long. I have created a c...

In the remote parts of Northern Kenya, a massive 42,000 square kilometres of open bushland will now be the home of a high-tech fortress being built to protect its rhinos. Thanks to the introduction of a project called Connected Conservation, the N...

As a working photographer, nothing quite beats being out in nature with a seascape in front of you and a camera in hand.  Whether the ocean is wild with thundering white waves or standing peacefully still so clear that you can stare into its dept...

In a win for South African conservation, 26 areas in KwaZulu-Natal, including the world’s smallest desert, can now be legally recognised as nature reserves.

This follows a legal stumbling block whereby the areas were unable to properly ...

While many South Africans are bemoaning being stuck at home in a nationwide lockdown, rhinos may just be breathing a heavy sigh of relief. 

This because due to the Covid-19 lockdown, South Africa has seen a significant drop in rhino poach...

As any Capetonian worth their salt will tell you, Cape Town, or the Mother City as locals call it, is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world for holiday goers seeking adventure outdoors.

Within just a few minutes’ drive visi...

As the world comes to grips with the uncertainty of coronavirus lockdowns, game reserves are turning to technology to give them a fighting chance of survival.

The pandemic comes at an inopportune time as well. Nature-based tourism was a ri...

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