Africa is one of the land which is blessed and endowed with resources. Ranging from Gold, Petroleum, Cash crops and Food crops , wild animals and many more. However, the African resources have been exploited by Africans and Foreigners nearly to exhaustion point. Animals like rhinos and elephant have always been facing poaching threats. The African gorvements and other conservasit from the world came up with conservancies to care and to protect the endangered species. Some of the best conservancies in Africa are among:
This is a sanctuary created to help and protect elephants mainly. Jabulani is a flamboyantly luxurious lodge in Kapama Private Game Reserve, created by people who care passionately about animal welfare: 50% of its nightly rates go directly to Kapama’s rescue project for orphaned and injured elephants. Guests can visit its immaculate new donor-funded orphanage, South Africa’s first, and get stuck into tasks such as harvesting fodder and mucking out the paddock where the elephants spend the night.
Usangu expendition camp
This is one is located in Tanzania. Here , is where most scientist doing research on animals come to monitor them. Opened in June, this is the first safari camp in the Usangu Wetlands of Ruaha National Park, a region of critical conservation importance that’s home to roan antelopes, sables (a species of marten), wild dogs, as-yet-unidentified amphibians and ostriches. As well as wildlifewatching in a boat or safari vehicle or on foot, guests can spend time at the neighbouring research station, helping naturalists collect scientific data via camera traps and telemetry.
Marataba conservation camps
This is located in South Africa and plays an active role in Rhinos conservasation. The conservancy was launched in 2020, Marataba is aimed at those wishing to ramp up their connection with the natural world. Focused on various re-wilding projects, the surrounding Marakele National Park is a centre of excellence for rhino conservation and one of the few places where you can help immobilise a rhino, notch its ear for identification, collect samples for DNA analysis and microchip its horn and body.
This one is located in Bostwana. Kwapa serves as the bush headquarters for guide training school African Guide Academy, set in the southern floodplains of the Okavango Delta. As well as preparing guides for their professional exams, it offers short courses for nature-lovers. Options include everything from basic bush skills courses to seven-day survival primers and tracking courses that explain how to deduce the age, gender and behaviour of animals from their prints. Equipped with fresh knowledge, your future safari experiences will be all the richer.
Lewa widlife conservancy
This is one is located in the Eastern part of Kenya. The consevancy was formed in 1995 as a widlife conservancy, incorpoarating the Ngare Ndare forest covering 62000 acres. The conservancy is a home to a wide variety of widlife including rare endagered species like black rhinos and Grevy’s zebra.