Adine Roode, the visionary owner of a luxury safari lodge called Jabulani and founder of the first elephant orphanage in South Africa is an impressive woman with a story to share. Her passion for pachyderms and wildlife continues to have a positive impact on Africa’s conservation efforts. Her recent award as the Relais & Châteaux Women of the Year 2019 is well deserved.
In celebration of Earth Month, Adine will join African Travel, Inc. live from the bush on Thursday, April 30 at 8:00 a.m. PST (11 a.m. EST) to update us on her Jabulani experiences and their newest addition, a 7- month old orphan albino elephant named Khanyisa.
About African Travel, Inc. – “We Know Africa”
For more than 40 years, African Travel, Inc. has helped travelers discover the magic of the wild. “We Know Africa” because we create extraordinary and unforgettable five-star experiences for each guest’s individual needs. From relaxing in spectacular luxury to touching an ancient culture, your African dream awaits you. Our knowledgeable and dedicated experts, who have lived and traveled extensively throughout the continent, will open your eyes to a new and exciting world. Placing local offices in Africa and our headquarters in the U.S. has earned us an enviable position of influence that will leave you knowing Africa like we do. We’re committed to making travel matter by supporting the environment and the local communities we visit through our partnership with The TreadRight Foundation. As a proud member of The Travel Corporation (TTC), a family-owned company with more than 100 years of expertise in luxury travel, we ensure exceptional service every step of the journey. For more information and inspiration, visit www.AfricanTravelInc.com.