A plate of African game meats – crocodile, impala, blesbok and springbok. Somkhanda game reserve in South Africa is keeping itself afloat by selling impala and nyala meat. Photo: Shutterstock A plate of African game meats – crocodile, impala, blesbok and springbok. Somkhanda game reserve in South Africa is keeping itself afloat by selling impala and nyala meat. Photo: Shutterstock
A plate of African game meats – crocodile, impala, blesbok and springbok. Somkhanda game reserve in South Africa is keeping itself afloat by selling impala and nyala meat. Photo: Shutterstock
Luxury travel

Impala steaks, anyone? African game reserve sells bush meat to survive lack of safari tourists during pandemic

  • The Somkhanda reserve in South Africa usually gives away meat from the impala and nyala antelopes it culls. Not this year, with no tourists able to visit
  • African countries have lost almost US$55 billion in travel and tourism revenues in just three months because of travel restrictions to curb Covid-19

Topic |   Luxury travel
A plate of African game meats – crocodile, impala, blesbok and springbok. Somkhanda game reserve in South Africa is keeping itself afloat by selling impala and nyala meat. Photo: Shutterstock A plate of African game meats – crocodile, impala, blesbok and springbok. Somkhanda game reserve in South Africa is keeping itself afloat by selling impala and nyala meat. Photo: Shutterstock
A plate of African game meats – crocodile, impala, blesbok and springbok. Somkhanda game reserve in South Africa is keeping itself afloat by selling impala and nyala meat. Photo: Shutterstock
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