Irresponsible Tourism: The Schotia Experience

  1. mina says:

    that's awful. i can't believe you were the only one who said something …but, when we went shark cage diving and the shark was being treated horribly, we didn't say anything at the time either.

    i hope you left a terrible review on tripadvisor.

  2. mikaela says:

    hey rebecca, its mikaela….i really enjoyed the safari but yes, ignorance is bliss and when I look back on it now, throwing crisps to a crocodile was really stupid and pointless. And rocks at the lions…well pretty sure that was something that dumbfounded me too! Anyhoo, love the blog! 🙂 x

  3. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like you had a awful guide, that is very unprofessional to be taking his own photos on guests time. I agree with the blogs tho, we really don't realise that these "rehab" centres are actually breeding animals to be hunted. 'Hug a cub to death but can you imagine there were no tourists or no hunters, then there would be no private operators wanting to breed animals, it just wouldn't be financially viable, so that would leave a few national parks that are absolutely us less at protecting there animals from poachers.

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