The Rafiki Wildlife Foundation has been continuing to grown up rapidly since registered by the Government of Republic of Tanzania in 2014 providing wildlife and natural resources conservation education, community awareness, involvement, sensitize attitudinal changes and voluntarily towards protecting and proper utilization of natural resources for sustainable development, campaigning on anti-poaching, tree planting programs and…Details
We had some great news in this month from former Elewana Collection guest Chris Bardin and his wife Rosanna. They visited Tanzania in the summer of 2018 with their niece and stayed at Tarangire Treetops, the Manor Ngorongoro and Serengeti Migration Camp as well as spending a few days in Arusha at the Coffee Lodge.…Details
We rolled out our new Wildlife Warrior syllabus early this year across the WIldlfie Warrior Network. The first topic to be covered during the Wildlife Warrior club session was Animals and their surroundings. ********* The club members, led by Rafiki wildlife team members and Elewana property staff and guides, discussed different animal species, their common habitats…Details
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