Akagera Featured by The New York Times
Akagera National Park is defying the odds and people and wildlife are thriving as a result.
Lions Return to Liwonde
Predators have been restored to the park after a 20 year absence
Chinko's Fight to Save Africa's Secret Eden
featured in The Guardian.
African Parks Featured by the Associated Press
on our expansion and fight to address some of the most pressing conservation challenges in Africa.
Annual Report 2017
Restoration: Nature's Return
Saving Africa’s Wildlife
Washington Post hails African Parks a 21st-century Noah’s ark, transporting animals back to places where they’ve been wiped out
In Chad, the Elephants Are Back
The New York Times celebrates the good news story, of the rise of elephants in Zakouma
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African Parks in the News
Source: The New York Times
Despite modest tourism numbers, Akagera National Park is a success story in the making, particularly considering that, like its host country, it survived catastrophe
Liuwa Plain’s King Lewanika Lodge has just been named one TIME’s World’s Greatest Places.
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Lions Return to Malawi’s Liwonde National Park as Majete’s Population Grows
Zakouma has had a very troubled past. Between 2002 to 2010 approximately 4,000 elephants were killed for their ivory, and only 450 elephants remained. African...
Three things we are doing to protect wildlife
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