Wilderness Introduces Exclusive Honeymoon Offer

Honeymoon Offer

Wilderness has unveiled an exclusive Honeymoon Offer, inviting newlyweds to embark on an extraordinary romantic African journey. Booking a honeymoon at any of Wilderness’ camps now entitles one spouse to a remarkable 50% discount on accommodation. “The romance of a safari honeymoon is an enviable way to celebrate the start of married life. We are…

Reconnect in the Wild

Little Makalolo

Immerse yourself in Africa’s most unspoilt, untamed wilderness at Little Makalolo in the heart of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Little Makalolo is part of Wilderness, a company that started as a passionate group of African guides in 1983 and is now a world-leader in conservation and hospitality, responsible for helping to conserve and share…

Wilderness Celebrates 40 Years of Pioneering Conservation Tourism

Conservation

As Africa’s largest conservation and hospitality company, Wilderness is proud to celebrate 40 years of its pioneering, purpose-driven model across the continent.  At the same time, Wilderness marks its humble beginnings back in 1983 in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, with just two photographic safari guides, a Land Rover and a couple of tents. “Our story is…

Wilderness Launches Enhanced Impact Strategy

Enhanced Impact Strategy

Coinciding with its celebration of pioneering four decades of conservation tourism across the continent, Wilderness is proud to introduce its enhanced impact strategy, which focuses on building conservation economies – collaborative ecosystems that empower local communities, educate children, and protect humans and wildlife from threats to their shared existence.  “This is nothing new to us…

Wilderness Announces Rebuild of Tubu Tree and Little Tubu in the Okavango Delta

Tubu Tree

Wilderness is delighted to announce the rebuild of Tubu Tree and Little Tubu, set in the scenic and wildlife-rich Jao Reserve in Botswana’s Okavango Delta. The reinvigorated camps will reopen in June 2024, offering an elegant, modern look and feel, while still paying homage to their long history and beautiful natural surrounds. Owned and loved…

Wilderness Announces Rebuild of Desert Rhino Camp

Desert Rhino Camp

Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp, situated in Namibia’s expansive Palmwag Concession in Damaraland, will be temporarily closed from 7 December 2023 until July 2024 to undergo an extensive rebuild. The new camp aims to elevate guests’ in-camp safari experience in this unique Namib Desert landscape, while simultaneously celebrating its unique conservation success story, and the ongoing…