The Migration moving south through the Kleins Camp community concession – outside the National Park
Elephant climbing the hill from the Serengeti National Park towards Kleins Camp Community Concession
Tourism needs to become a support for Conservation , not a stick that is constantly beating it.
CC Africa Pioneering Sustainable Eco-t ourism Care of the land Care of the wildlife Care of the people Winners of numerous prestigious Eco-tourism Awards
CC Africa’s Six-Point Conservation Strategy 1 . E NVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & SENSITIVITY We strive to reduce our negative impacts and audit these regularly 2. SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT We record the benefits to measure our performance 3. ENVIRONMENTAL INTERPRETATION AND AWARENESS W e provide accurate information through our publications 4. PERSONAL COMMITMENT We educate all our staff to be environmentally aware 5. SUPPORT FOR CONSERVATION ORGANISATIONS We make a considerable contribution to the conservation movement s 6 . BIODIVERSITY PROTECTION T o explore ways of using profits generated in our savanna-based safari operations to help secure threatened ecosystems elsewhere
Financially influencing the conservation of 340 000 hectares of African wildlife land directly
Successfully converted 30 000ha of agricultural land to wildlife areas
Operate on communal land, private land and National Parks with responsible practices.
Over $ 2.7 million US paid annually to the conservation agencies in park fees and leases in the countries in which we operate
Care of the Wildlife Phinda Resource Reserve Cheetah; O ver 50 Cheetah sold from a reintroduction of only 15 Elephant; Reintroduced 54 by 1994 sold 38 in 2003, population currently 60 Lion; Reintroduced 12, sold 50 and current population 20 Buffalo; Negotiated a protocol for buffalo on private land and supplied the TB quarantine facilities. 650 buffalo now on private land. Leopard research; 11 leopards collared in 5 months. 414 kill observations in first 9 months
Care of the people in practice Phinda Community Projects
11 Million Rand worth of development in 11 years.
1 Million Rand per year
1 200 pre primary school learners taught every year
3 500 learners in classrooms financed by Phinda
24 hr clinic with 12 000 people on their patient register
Africa Foundation Projects
Tourism has to become a support for Conservation , not a stick that is constantly beating it.
Protected areas as they exist Transfrontier Conservation areas under development. Some National Parks and Wildlife Reserves of a portion of Africa The majority of Large National Parks and Protected Areas are in Savannah
Savannah areas of Africa Under Wildlife A dream of Trans - Frontier Parks
Africa- the greatest wildlife adventure destination on earth
Extending the “green frontier” through sustainable wildlife development. “Recreate the migrations”
Unprecedented tourism and employment opportunities.
The next frontier is to leverage the profits from the economically attractive savannah to support other less-viable threatened areas