Wilderness Safaris is a company dedicated to preserving and enhancing Africa’s natural wilderness by making life-changing travel experiences and inspiring conservation action. The company works closely with partners in the game, plant and eco-tourism industries to provide a comprehensive, multi-pronged approach that protects and restores the integrity of the African landscape. We believe that the company’s mission is a powerful example of how to protect a living culture.
Botswana is one of Africa’s richest countries. The country boasts of natural parks, protected reserves, national parks, reserves, game reserves and national game reserves. It is also home to some of Africa’s largest reserves and the fastest growing game tourism industry in South Africa. This growth is due in large part to our commitment to working closely with partners in the local tourism industry and taking care of the needs of our guests and communities.
In order to understand how our company works, it is important to understand how we came to own our Botswana properties. As a company, we work closely with the various stakeholders to determine how to best preserve the land and resources within the Botswana landscape. As an ethical and socially responsible company, we aim to support communities living in the areas we operate.
Our company works with an advisory team who are committed to learning more about Botswana’s unique landscape, cultural diversity and the challenges indigenous people face. Our team helps formulate strategic development strategies, environmental plans and ecological management plans. Our goal is to make sure that we are not only providing an enjoyable experience for our clients, but also that we are doing everything possible to ensure that our communities have access to a sustainable future. As part of our environmental management strategy, our team works on projects which will help sustain the ecosystem, which helps the local people stay healthy and strong.
Our Botswana land comprises of a variety of environments, ranging from open grasslands, arid and semi-arid savannas, dense forests, rocky terrain and desert. The terrain in Botswana is extremely varied, with areas such as the Masai Mara, the Kalahari Desert and Lake Turkana all featuring in different stages of development. While it is difficult to predict how these diverse landscapes will evolve in the future, our team works to monitor and assess them, and how their ecosystems and environment will be impacted by development.
One of our key activities is to work with local communities to improve the quality of life in Botswana. We work with local authorities and community members to develop sustainable development, education and health programs, in line with a sustainable economy. This includes community development programmes, which focus on improving agricultural and economic opportunities. As part of our health and development programme, we work with the communities to ensure that they have access to safe drinking water, electricity, clean and safe cooking stoves and sanitation facilities.
Botswana is home to some of the world’s most biodiverse wildlife, including giraffes, lions, hyenas, leopards, hyenas, gazelle, wildebeests and rhinos. Our team works with communities to ensure that they receive timely, relevant information about conservation activities and monitor conservation efforts.
A lot of effort goes into ensuring that we are doing our bit for the environment and the conservation of the many ecosystems and animals living in Botswana. Our priority is to support local communities and encourage them to make informed decisions about how they can work together with the governments of Botswana to preserve their environment and maintain a sustainable and stable environment for future generations.
Our activities include working closely with the local government to design sustainable economic development plans. We also work with communities to implement community development plans to improve quality of life. Our main objectives include helping the communities to access employment, education, health and other basic services, and also making sure that communities do not become economically disadvantaged through the loss of jobs. Through sustainable economic development, we are also encouraging sustainable development by ensuring that communities have access to local markets and a better understanding of the national economy, ensuring that economic opportunities are more evenly distributed.
Our team works with the government of Botswana to ensure that local people have access to education. We work with them to encourage local schools, colleges and other educational institutions to provide training in sustainable livelihoods, including traditional activities and skills. to increase their access to the resources they need. The curriculum we use incorporates the teaching methods and skills of indigenous cultures in the process, which helps to promote sustainable development.
Our focus is on supporting local populations to live as healthy and independently as possible. In this way, we help them maintain their cultural identity as well as develop the skills and knowledge that will ensure their sustainability and allow them to grow into a more self-sufficient future. Our goal is to provide sustainable development which has a positive impact on the local economy and social structure of the area.