As we commemorate World Ranger Day on 31 July, Robin Pope Safaris takes us on an inspiring journey into the heart of wildlife conservation in our beautifully wild country.
With World Ranger Day coming up in a couple of days, we take this moment to remember those rangers killed in the line of duty and celebrate those that continue to protect the fauna of Majete Wildlife Reserve, Liwonde National Park and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve. African Parks together with various local organisations, have turned three of Malawi’s most impressive wilderness areas into exciting conservation success stories to be celebrated at country, region and continent levels.
Exploring these wonderful destinations on the Conservation Malawi safari hosted by Robin Pope Safaris and Tongole Wilderness Lodge is an 11-day journey of witnessing and learning about the incredible dedication, passion and collaborative effort that goes into protecting the wildlife that call these areas home. For instance, there have been several cases of successful relocation and reintroduction of various animals such as elephants, lions and leopards, which are constantly monitored to ensure their safety and protection.
This is a wonderful opportunity to encounter some of Africa’s most precious animals with the informative and interesting input of conservation experts from African Parks and guides at Robin Pope Safaris. On this safari, which runs annually from March to December, you will get to experience the stunning Mkulumadzi Lodge in Majete, Kuthengo Camp in Liwonde and Tongole in Nkhotakota.
And remember, your park fees are an important financial source of support for the conservation efforts of African Parks in Malawi. If you’re interested in going on safari, get in touch with the team at Robin Pope Safaris for more details.