See Animals Now

I have been blogging about the natural world and possibly you donate money to some sort of wild animal charity. However the best way of protecting the natural world is to visit and make sure the local people benefit.

My hope long-term is to build up a vast network of places to see wildlife, all around the world. A booking through this site not only benefit the natural ecosystem and the people around it, but also fund the work I am doing to simplify natural travel and fund protection of the wilderness.

Ecosystems

Increasingly, protected areas are grouped together, allowing whole ecosystems to be supported, with several countries splitting the cost between them. These give vast areas to explore, a range of places to stay and activities to undertake, and a large number of wild encounters to enjoy.

Click the picture or text to find out more  about the selection of lodges you can book now or plan your wildlife trip for the future.

Limpopo Transfrontier park (Southern Africa)

This includes Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands,  and Pamashuna, among others- and is still growing. A huge area of land to explore with different biomes and different animals. This covers in total over 100,000 square km and hosts the majority of the continents white rhino.

Serengeti Ecosystem (East Africa)

This covers the serengeti, Massai mara and the Ngorogoro crater and conservation area. This also plays host to the wilderbeast migration, a wildlife specticle well worth seeing.

Volcanoes and Virungas ecosystem (Central Africa – Rwanda)

Trekking to see mountain gorillas is often an item on someones bucket list! Volcanoes national park is a relatively small area is one of the last places to see Mountain Gorillas on earth. With varous other animals to spot though, this is more than just for Gorilla trekking.

Places to stay

Alternatively you can look by where you will stay. The places on offer spread across these three huge areas range from luxury camping, to fancy lodges or even to private houses – all with an incredible level of service, and knowledgeable guides to show you all the area has to offer. 

To visit each lodge simply click on its image below.

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