Mark and Sophie came up with the idea of Wild Ark many years back. The motive of the body is to help conserve wildlife by partnering with organizations of si milar purposes and inspiring people to conserve the wildlife. The couple was later joined by a team of individuals who together form Wild Park. They collaborate with many national parks and organizations around the world and helps reconnect people to nature. Tourists are asked to visit any of the eco-sensitive travel destinations as they will have fun in the locations and contribute to conserving the environment. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-hutchinson-596329121/?ppe=1
- Mobile Tented Safaris in Botswana
The site offers the visitors camps that are spread in the deep wilderness keeping them away from the busy crowds. When you take this option, you feel like you are in the jungle with the animals. You also experience what the early African explorers experienced in the jungle. Moreover, Mobile Tented Safaris offers you a flexible schedule whereby you can choose to be in the camps for 4 to 13 days as the Rangers guide you to the various attractions in Botswana. Key among the destinations are Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park. The park allows all teenagers above 12 years and adults.
- Londolozi Game Reserves in South Africa
The destination was the original game park in South Africa and has been in operation for the last 90 years. It is a family run business that also serves as a center for eco-tourism. Londolozi is a Zulu word that means a protector for all living things. Just as the name suggests, the mission of the park is to protect all wildlife from prey and exploitation.
There are luxurious facilities, lovely cuisines, and exceptional services for tourists who come to Londolozi. The management makes sure that all the tourists have an ‘out of this world’ experience once they visit the park. The visitors enliven their spirits here and many become return visitors, as one visit at Londolozi is never enough. Learn more: http://wildark.com/blog/mark-hutchinson-for-the-wild/