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Source: The Times
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.
Sustained slaughter of elephants has now left fewer than 3,000 in the region.
Source: Associated Press
African Parks assumes day-to-day management of countries' wildlife areas, seeking more efficiency and accountability in the campaign to protect flora and fauna from poaching and...
Source: Lusaka Times
The Zambia Parliamentary Conservation Caucus (ZPCC) has expressed happiness with the conservation model done by the African Parks (AP) in the Bangweulu and Liuwa Plain...
The Democratic Republic of Congo's Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature (ICCN) and African Parks commemorated the 80th year anniversary of Garamba, one of Africa's oldest national parks
« Wilderness Safaris » ouvrira dans le Parc National Akagera, en décembre prochain, son deuxième Centre Touristique haut de gamme au Rwanda.
Source: Mon Quotidien
It is prime-time safari season, and CNN has listed Malawi as a top emerging travel destination.
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