Please be advised that the majority of parks under African Parks management remain open at this time. However, in light of the coronavirus pandemic, African Parks strongly advises any travellers to follow national travel advisories, to be familiar with their respective quarantine conditions and any potential border closures. African Parks is monitoring developments closely as the situation continues to evolve and as travel conditions change, placing the safety of all visitors and staff as our highest priority.
We are adhering to the guidelines provided by national Governments and to the recommendations of the World Health Organisation which are being implemented across the parks to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 transmission and to ensure for people’s wellbeing.
We will continue to provide updates on further developments. Should you have any enquiries about travel to the parks, please email Dave Wilson, Head of Commercial Development at African Parks, on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Akagera National Park: open to domestic tourism
Bangweulu Wetlands: open to domestic tourism
Bazaruto Archipelago National Park: open to domestic tourism but tourism operators remain closed
Ennedi Natural and Cultural Reserve: Closed
Liuwa Plain National Park: open to domestic tourism
Liwonde National Park: open to domestic tourism
Majete Wildlife Reserve: open to domestic tourism
Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve: open to domestic tourism
Odzala-Kokoua National Park: open to domestic tourism but tourism operators remain closed
Pendjari National Park: open to domestic tourism
Zakouma National Park: closed
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