Namibia - Conservation Projects
Conservation is the foundation of the Namibia experience. Namibia was the first African country to incorporate protection of the environment into its constitution, and the government has reinforced this by giving its communities the opportunities and rights to manage their wildlife through communal conservancies. Today over 40% is under conservation management.
Namibia now boasts the largest free roaming population of Black Rhino and Cheetahs in the world and it is the only country in the world with an expanding population of free roaming lion. This remarkable turnaround has led some to call Namibia’s conservation efforts “The greatest African Wildlife recovery story ever told.”
Gamsberg, Mt Barry &
Situated in the heart of Namibia, 126 kilometers South West of Windhoek, you will find Gamsberg and the Mount Barry Wilderness.
Conservation is the foundation of the Namibia experience. Namibia was the first African country to incorporate protection of the environment into its constitution
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