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Benin Government Commits to Long-term Protection of W National Park in BeninLearn More
Annual Report 2019
New Agreement Signed with the Government of CAR for ChinkoLearn More
Iona National Park, Angola, is the 17th park to join the African Parks management portfolioRead More
Financial Times features Zakouma and Ennedi in Chad in its insiders’ guide to the top travel destinations of 2020Learn More
2019 Year in ReviewRead More
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African Parks in the News
Source: Liuwa Plain National Park & Zambian Carnivore Programme & Zoological Society of London
Lusaka, Zambia: In an exciting development Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia has for the first time documented cheetah moving between Zambia and Angola, providing new insight into the dynamics of the area’s important cheetah population.
Source: African Parks
The Benin Government furthers commitment to their natural resources and their protected areas, partnering with African Parks for the management of its W National Park...
Source: Congo Conservation Company & African Parks
Source: African Parks
Blantyre, Malawi: Reservations are now being taken for the beautiful Thawale Lodge in Majete Wildlife Reserve, which will open its doors to visitors on July...
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