Jun 21, 5 months ago

Rwanda Ecotourism Programme

Join our Rwanda Ecotourism Programme at Akagera National Park in an effort to make a positive difference to the local communities and environment while being immersed in the local culture for an experience that will be truly life-changing.

Image with thanks to the Akagera Management Company

Image with thanks to Jes Gruner/Akagera Management Company

Have you ever wanted behind the scenes exposure and involvement in conservation work on a conservancy that has achieved phenomenal success?

Akagera National Park is the largest protected wetland in Central Africa and the only wilderness refuge left in Rwanda for savannah-adapted species. The Park is a conservation success story, with black rhinos and lions having been recently reintroduced from South Africa to make Akagera the only Big Five park in Rwanda. Akagera also boasts a canine anti-poaching unit to protect the wildlife. Join our expert conservation team in their unique approach of working hand in hand with local communities to uplift conservation in the park and in Rwanda.


 

 

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Jun 21, 5 months ago

Rwanda Ecotourism Programme

Join our Rwanda Ecotourism Programme at Akagera National Park in an effort to make a positive difference to the local communities and environment while being immersed in the local culture for an experience that will be truly life-changing….

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We often receive questions about the current rhino crisis, which unfortunately, over the last decade, has not significantly subsided. In order to address these questions and bring awareness to the extreme complexity of the situation we have compiled …

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