Today, 22 May 2014, Thailand’s army chief announced a coup d’etat. This means the seizure of power from government and the Thai military are now in control of the country to restore order and put political reforms in place. Their aim is to help the country move forward and resolve political uncertainty as quickly as possible.
Three of Wilderness Collection’s iconic properties have been selected by Robb Report for its prestigious May 2014 “Top 100 Resorts” feature. As a global luxury source for connoisseurs, the Robb Report has included Abu Camp, Segera Retreat and North Island in this widely acclaimed list of the world’s Top 100. Abu Camp, in Botswana’s Okavango
Kenya Airways amongst world’s most safety-conscious firms Airline wins International Safety Award 2014
Kenya Airways has won the prestigious British Safety Council International Safety Award 2014, which recognises organisations that excel in Occupational Safety and health management. The airline was named amongst 519 organisations globally that were recognised during the awards gala in London. The awards are administered by the British Safety Council. Kenya Airways Group Managing Director
Further to our latest update, there have been new developments in the Bangkok Political situation. The Royal Thai Army released a statement announcing that they have declared a martial law that covers all of Thailand, effective from 03.00 am Tuesday, 20 May 2014. The martial law has been invoked to restore peace and order for
Wilderness Safaris and Children in the Wilderness are thrilled to announce that the mountain bike event Nedbank Tour de Tuli, has won the inaugural We Are Africa Innovation Award for Most Original Itinerary. The Nedbank Tour de Tuli is an important fundraising vehicle for non-profit Children in the Wilderness, which has been hosting unique mountain