The #WorldResponsibleTourism Awards 2018 were held in London yesterday where Wildlife ACT won 2nd place in the category ‘Best for Wildlife’. According to the World #ResponsibleTourism judges, “this is a significant achievement, it marks you out as a leader in global Responsible Tourism.” "We are extremely honoured to be globally recognised for responsible tourism practices, and the contribution we are making in the #conservation sector. Wildlife ACT’s tourism-supported conservation initiatives have reached across many countries including South Africa, Botswana, Mozambique, Malawi, Ethiopia and the Seychelles, working with a diverse range of endangered and keystone species including African Painted Dogs, Black and White Rhinos, Cheetahs, Leopards, Lions, Elephants, Turtles and Vultures. By developing responsible #tourism models ranging from structured university participation, #voluntourism, expeditions and high-end conservation immersions, we have been able to sustainably initiate and support #endangeredspecies and protected area conservation for the last ten years”, says Wildlife ACT co-founder, Johan Maree.
Full Press Release at www.wildlifeact.com/blog
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