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Camp Jabulani featured in Emmy award winning show

Camp Jabulani featured in Emmy award winning show

Emmy-Awards

Travelscope’s Joseph and Julie Rosendo with Director of Photography, Zebediah Smith

Travelscope’s director of photography, Zebediah Smith, recently won an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Photography. And this episode, which features both Camp Jabulani and HESC – is the one that landed the coveted award!

#412 South Africa – On Safari

In it, host and executive producer, Joseph Rosendo, gets an elephant-sized helping of the African wild while on safari at the Lion Sands Private Game Reserve adjacent to South Africa’s famed Kruger National Park. Using the elegant Lion Sands accommodations as his home base he heads out in search of the Big Five and encounters lions, African elephants, Cape buffalo and White rhinos. He rounds out his wildlife tour at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre where he literally rubs shoulders with two cheetahs, before joining other guests atop Camp Jabulani’s team of rescued elephants on safari through the African bush. As an important complement to the animal adventures, he visits the local villages and schools in order to understand more about the native culture and discover how they coexist with and benefit from tourism.

With 52 episodes currently in release to public television stations and another 13 episodes poised for release next month, Joseph Rosendo is delighted and honored by the professional recognition that Travelscope has received for the second consecutive year. “It’s a privilege to be so distinguished by our industry peers again. We are extremely thankful and grateful for this acknowledgement,” says Joseph.

Reaching 92% of the US market and more than 250 million viewers, Travelscope takes the travel experience to new heights. While production values continue to soar, Travelscope holds firm to its basic mission to illustrate the enduring truth in Mark Twain’s quote, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness.”

Camp Jabulani and HESC are delighted to have been part of the episode that garnered Travelscope this prestigious award, and offer their heartfelt congratulations to Joseph, Zebediah and their team.

3 Comments
  • Richard G. Smith
    Posted at 17:59h, 04 July Reply

    Congratulations to Zeb, Julie, Joseph and ALL you folks at Camp Jabulani and HESC without who’s work any of this would be possible. You are leaders in the efforts world wide to remind us of the many splendors that the natural world has to offer us if we’d just take the time to be in it.
    Much Thanks,
    Richard “Pop’s” Smith

    • Camp Jabulani
      Posted at 07:08h, 05 July Reply

      Hi Richard. Thank you so much for your very kind words. Such positive comments serve to inspire us on our journey! 😉

  • Sage
    Posted at 19:52h, 30 January Reply

    you go zeb!!!!!!
    you rock!
    love you!

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