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Building Zinave’s future

Peace Parks embarked on a massive $3.2 million infrastructure development project to improve the efficiency of park operations and conservation in Zinave National Park.

Banhine National Park, Great Limpopo TFCA, Limpopo National Park, Uncategorised

Collaring provides insight into elephant movement

During a week-long operation that took place during July 2019 in Limpopo and Banhine national parks in Mozambique, nine elephants were collared by teams from Saving the Survivors and Elephants Alive. Placing tracking...


WATCH: Rewilding Africa – a journey of a thousand animals.

Habitat loss has been identified as the main threat to 85% of all species described in the IUCN's Red List. During 2018, facilitated by strategic partnerships, we translocated more than a thousand animals. ...


2012 Desert Knights Mountain Biking Tour

The October full moon provided the perfect send-off for a group of intrepid mountain bikers on their journey of approximately 300 km through the stark, desolate areas of the /Ai/Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier Park. The...


Conservation training get major cash boost

The annual African Wildlife Heritage Gala Dinner, now in its sixth year and aimed at supporting worthy conservation causes, recently raised a remarkable R1, 286-millon in one night. The event’s fundraising efforts over...


Chibotane Community Nursery

One of the reasons for establishing Limpopo National Park was the socio-economic benefit that the tourism development of the park could hold for local communities. The Park’s management plan therefore provides for the...


Dutch Postcode Lottery donation

Peace Parks Foundation has secured a €7 million donation from the Dutch Postcode Lottery over the next five years.

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