Rhinos are targeted by poachers for their horns, which are ground down and used for spurious medicines, but luxury travellers can help with efforts to protect the species. Photo: South African TourismRhinos are targeted by poachers for their horns, which are ground down and used for spurious medicines, but luxury travellers can help with efforts to protect the species. Photo: South African Tourism
Rhinos are targeted by poachers for their horns, which are ground down and used for spurious medicines, but luxury travellers can help with efforts to protect the species. Photo: South African Tourism

How luxury tourism can help endangered species like the rhino and the Tasmanian devil to survive – from South Africa to Australia to the Galapagos

More luxury travellers are embracing the philosophy of journeying responsibly and meaningfully, taking part in conservation activities to sustain dwindling wildlife populations

Topic |   Conservation
Rhinos are targeted by poachers for their horns, which are ground down and used for spurious medicines, but luxury travellers can help with efforts to protect the species. Photo: South African TourismRhinos are targeted by poachers for their horns, which are ground down and used for spurious medicines, but luxury travellers can help with efforts to protect the species. Photo: South African Tourism
Rhinos are targeted by poachers for their horns, which are ground down and used for spurious medicines, but luxury travellers can help with efforts to protect the species. Photo: South African Tourism
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