At Earth Travels we are committed to conservation to make this planet a better world for people, for animals and for our children.
Under the banner of Putting the life back in wildlife we have chosen a few projects we want to help financially.
Earth Travels is also directly involved in projects as an active stakeholder. We will feature those projects on this page in the near future.
In the centre of Malawi are two Forest Reserves, Thuma and Dedza-Salima. Together they span no less than 50,000 hectares.
Animals were threatened by heavy poaching and elephants even avoided the area until the Wildlife Action Group Malawi stepped in and took over management of the area.
The area is now populated again by elephants, buffalo, antilope species, leopards, hyenas, baboons, monkeys and a variety of birds.
Reintroduction of zebra, sable antilope and waterbuck is underway.
Please support the important work of WAG Malawi.
KaSan Project – The Gambia
soon to be featured