Restoring Gabon’s Biodiversity Gem: The Batéké Plateau

Between the lush Gabonese rainforests and the savannahs of the Republic of Congo lies an untouched biodiversity wonder- Batéké Plateau National Park. Our sister company has already made historic strides in reintroducing the western lowland gorilla into the national park, along with chimpanzees, leopards, elephants, and giant pangolins. Join us in rewilding this hidden gem into an incredible eco-tourism destination.

Rewilding Loskop: Restoring a Reserve and a Badger’s Return to Freedom

Loskop Dam Nature Reserve, a sparkling jewel set in the heart of South Africa, is soon to see a monumental transformation. Over the next decade, we envision expanding the area of the reserve from its current 23,000 hectares to 100,000 hectares. Against the backdrop of the imminent rewilding of Loskop, there’s a unique narrative taking shape – the tale of Tembe, an African Honey Badger.

Another First for Elephant Conservation: Translocating family groups from Tembe Elephant Park

WeWild Africa’s latest conservation triumph shines with the successful relocation of Tembe elephants, renowned for their majestic tusk genetics, to the esteemed Phinda Private Game Reserve. Each successful relocation enriches our experience and expertise, positioning WeWild Africa at the forefront of global conservation. Our team’s commitment to learning, adapting, and building knowledge ensures the safe and effective relocation of every animal in Africa.