Success doesn’t come from what you do occasionally, it comes from what you do consistently.
Since we partnered with Etosha Heights Private Reserve in Namibia in 2017, we have committed to converting it from an agricultural and hunting area to a thriving wildlife area, supporting endangered species and high-standard, long-term research. The proceeds of tourism-generated revenue from our lodges have assisted in the reserve’s conservation effort.
The impact has been healthier wildlife populations of threatened and endangered species including black and white rhino.
Over the past 5 years the reserve has seen a significant increase in both variety and density of wildlife to the point where the wildlife populations are now an extension to the adiacent Etosha National Park and the game watching opportunities for visitors are exceptional.
But don’t just take our word for it. WATCH OUR VIDEO to see for yourself
The conservation success story of Etosha Heights Private Reserve
Head guide Michael Pohamba Haindongo explains how through our consistent efforts, we have been able to turn things around and change the reserve. For good.