Custom travel specialist, Adventure World recognizes World Rhino Day (22 September) and World Gorilla Day (24 September) through its Authentic Africa Collection, a series of immersive itineraries that put conservation first with this endangered wildlife.
“At Adventure World, we are passionate about rhinos, gorillas and their conservation,” said Managing Director, Neil Rodgers.”
“On both World Rhino Day and World Gorilla Day we are reminded of the importance of these amazing creatures and the urgent need to protect them. Rhinos and gorillas are facing a number of threats, including poaching, habitat loss, and climate change. If we don’t act now, these magnificent animals could be lost forever”, added Rodgers.
Adventure World are committed to doing its part recently releasing the Authentic Africa Collection, supporting local conservation and community efforts priortising Travel with Purpose. Educating our guests about the importance of these animals and the threats they face is the beginning of starting something bigger.
Unveiling Remarkable Initiatives in Kruger
The Adventure World Authentic Southern Africa itinerary shines a spotlight on the Kapama Private Game Reserve, bordering the Kruger National Park. Their anti-poaching units are crucial to conservation of species in the greater Kruger region. Education is key to conservation, and as part of Kapama’s community development program, guests can visit Makwetse School during school term, see their Eco Village, exchange with the students and teachers, and can provide additional support via their Pack for a Purpose program.
Gorilla Conservation in Rwanda
For those embarking on our Authentic Gorillas and Masai Mara itinerary, a journey from Rwanda to the Masai Mara includes a visit to the Ellen DeGeneres Campus of the Dian Fossey Fund. This centre for gorilla research and conservation enables travellers to gain insights into gorilla tracking and its critical role in their survival.
Supporting Travel with Purpose throughout East Africa
Travelers on the Authentic East Africa itinerary can support anti-poaching and community outreach projects in Nairobi by visiting The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. This renowned organization raises and reintegrates orphaned elephants back into the wild, and actively engages in conservation, community, and education projects throughout Kenya.
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