Odzala-Kokoua National Park in the Congo, one of the parks in Africa Park’s portfolio, is home to much of the world’s remaining western lowland gorillas.
Africa Parks aren’t only known for wildlife. The iconic “drowned forest” lies in Zimbabwe’s Matusadona National Park.
Following the genocide in Rwanda Akagera National Park became home to a significant number of cattle depleting the land. Today, with active community support and involvement, the park has been transformed with more than 2.5 times the number of wildlife than in 2010.
The Ennedi Natural and Cultural Reserve in Chad is full of not only sandstone works of natural art, but historic rock art and wildlife including crocodiles and Barbary sheep.
Africa Park’s focuses on marine based wildlife in the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park where the last viable population of dugongs is only one of the species under threat.
Benefits to Tourists
Success of the efforts in Liwonde and Majete National Parks in Liwonde allowed for a historic elephant translocation of elephants from these parks to Nkhotakota National Park, also in Malawi.
Your Contribution as a Tourist
With one of the oldest rainforests in Africa, Nyungwe National Park in Rwanda provides a habitat for 322 bird species best viewed by walks thru the canopy.