Men’s Journal features Rwanda and Wilderness Safaris as the second most highly anticipated adventure travel destination of 2019. The article discusses Wilderness Safaris’ Magashi Camp and its potential to provide luxurious and unforgettable adventures for tourists in Akagera National Park...
African Parks in the News
Source: Men's Journal
Almost 25 years after the Rwanda genocide journalist, Ben Ross, finds a rejuvenated nation that offers visitors luxury on the cusp of the wilderness. Discussing...
Journalist Pauline Bax reports on the African Parks model and the development of one of the NGO’s biggest success stories, Akagera National Park in Rwanda.
These destinations have something to keep every member of the family happy and satisfied. Treat your family to somewhere special this festive period.
Source: The Times
High-end eco-tourism is transforming this small African nation
This luxury glamping experience now arrives in Rwanda as Wilderness Safaris will launch a new luxury camp, Magashi, in Akagera National Park in the late Spring of...
Source: Wyss Foundation
Wyss Campaign for Nature commits $1 billion to help protect 30% of the planet by 2030
Source: New York Times
In a unique analysis, researchers put a price on protecting Africa’s wildlife: at least $1.2 billion each year.
Source: La Nation
L’une des options du gouvernement de la Rupture consiste à valoriser les ressources naturelles du Bénin à travers le tourisme, afin de révéler le Bénin...
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