Elefantes en África

Guardians of Wildlife in Africa

Today we celebrate World Tourism Day, dedicated to recognizing the transformative power of travel and exploring our exciting world.

At NUBA, we are excited to bring you these initiatives that not only encapsulate a commitment to tireless conservation, but also reflect our desire to share with you a way of traveling that goes beyond the ordinary.

We invite you to discover a new dimension of travel, one where your exploration goes hand in hand with respect, where every experience leaves a positive footprint and where the connection with the Earth, its wildlife and people becomes a shared commitment.

Join us on this exciting journey towards a more sustainable and meaningful future!

Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya

Safeguarding the Future of Northern White Rhinos at Sanctuary Tambarare

In the idyllic landscape of Laikipia, Ol Pejeta Conservancy emerges as a bastion of hope for the world’s last two northern white rhinos. This vital refuge is more than just a sanctuary; it is a firm commitment to the protection and preservation of a species on the verge of extinction. Ol Pejeta is home not only to these two individuals, but also to more than 165 critically endangered black rhinos. Equipped with highly trained squads and international collaborations with veterinary experts, the conservancy embarks on a mission that goes beyond the numbers. Poaching and the 97.6% decline in the black rhino population between 1960 and 1990 are challenges that Ol Pejeta faces with solid measures. Since 1993, its black rhino population has grown from 20 to more than 165, thanks to successful breeding programs and anti-poaching operations.
Proyecto conservación Ol Pejeta

Singita, Tanzania

Connecting Conservation with Communities at Sabora Tented Camp

In the vastness of Tanzania, Singita stands out as an unwavering advocate for conservation. At Sabora Tented Camp, it’s not just about preserving wildlife; it’s a story of active engagement with local communities and leadership in anti-poaching initiatives. Singita not only restores and protects unique fauna and flora, but also forges strong ties with neighboring communities. From early childhood education programs to academic scholarships, digital learning opportunities and support for local business development, Singita goes beyond conventional reserves. In addition, as custodians of over 141,600 hectares in the Serengeti, their partnership with the Grumeti Fund has been transformative. Its successes include the remarkable recovery of many species, such as buffalo, wildebeest and elephant populations. From tackling poaching to species recovery, its impact extends far beyond the borders of the Serengeti.
Proyecto integración social Singita

Wilderness DumaTau, Botswana

Human and Feline Coexistence

In the heart of Botswana, Wilderness is committed to writing a new chapter in the relationship between humans and lions at its DumaTau lodge. This distinctive project highlights the importance of a harmonious balance between local communities and wildlife. Working closely with the CLAWS Conservancy, the initiative seeks not only to reduce human-lion conflicts, but also to foster peaceful coexistence. The early warning system implemented has achieved significant subscription in local communities, pointing to the success of this approach. In addition, Wilderness leads the wildlife-friendly beef initiative, promoting safe community grazing practices that protect both cattle and lions. This is an innovative model that demonstrates that low-impact tourism can have high-impact results.
Leones en Botswana

&BEYOND, South Africa

Protecting the Pangolin in Phinda Forest Lodge

Within the vast lands of South Africa, &BEYOND Phinda Private Game Reserve stands out as a beacon of conservation, encompassing 29,866 hectares of protected land. In addition to offering unique game viewing experiences, &BEYOND Phinda is distinguished by its dedication to wildlife protection. The Reserve has been a pioneer in conservation since its initial repopulation, and its commitment is reflected in the continued success of its initiatives. Pangolin protection is a vital mission for &BEYOND, and its collaboration with the African Pangolin Working Group underscores its immense concern for endangered species. We invite our travelers to join private pangolin research and monitoring experiences, thus contributing to the long-term vitality of these fascinating and highly endangered creatures.
Proyecto de conservación pangolín en África

With each adventure, we will participate in a collective effort to protect and preserve the rich biodiversity of the African continent.

By joining together to discover and support these projects, NUBA seeks to inspire positive change and raise awareness about the importance of conservation in Africa.

Travel with purpose and join us on this exciting journey towards a more sustainable future!

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