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African Parks in the News
Government of Rwanda, African Parks and EAZA Safely Translocate Rhinos from Europe to Rwanda’s Akagera National ParkSource: RDB, AMC, EAZA, Dvůr Králové, African Parks
Source: African Parks
We are delighted to share that His Majesty the Litunga Lubosi Imwiko II of the Barotse Royal Establishment has officially opened King Lewanika Lodge in...
Source: RDB, EAZA, AMC, Safari Park Dvůr Králové, Flamingo Land, Ree Park Safari, African Parks
Source: Wilderness Safaris
Wilderness Safaris has officially opened its new camp, Magashi, overlooking scenic Lake Rwanyakazinga in the north-east of Rwanda’s wildlife-rich Akagera National Park.