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Conservation and Ecotourism in Africa

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Welcome to the International Conservation Society's Conservation & Ecotourism in Africa page.

 

Africa is the home of a vast diversity of wildlife and indigenous peoples whose presences are being challenged. From the stunning backdrop of the Serengeti National Park to the politically displaced indigenous peoples of South Africa, Africa is truly a land of the beautiful contrasted with the ugly.

 

Irresponsible mining and ecotourism, civil war, and corruption are, as usual, among the leading causes of the Africa’s environmental woes.

 

We are currently conducting further research on Africa to bring you the coverage this singular and splendorous land and its nations deserve. We welcome your contributions and insights, which can be contributed on our online feedback form or in our discussion forums. This page will be updated on a regular basis. In the mean time please click on the links below for more information about the wildlife, ecosystems, and indigenous peoples of Africa and how you can help preserve them.

Click the links on the map for more information about the areas in Africa and the vast diversity of ecotourism available within each area.

South Africa Cape Town Port Elizabeth Johannesburg Durban Botswana Namibia Kenya Tanzania Zambia Zimbabwe Pretoria

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African Conservancy promotes the preservation of both African Wildlife and indigenous African cultures

kwsnet promotes indigenous peoples throughout the world but has extensive information and preservation links for African indigenous cultures

Tanzania national tourism's site on the Serengeti National Park

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We are currently located at:
 
Indra Valley Inn,
Bukit Lawang
Near the entrance to the Gunung Leuser National Park's Bohorok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center
North Sumatra, Indonesia
 
Yangshuo, Guilin, China