Empowering Change for Wildlife Conservation

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Explore. Learn. Protect.

  • African Wildlife

    About wildlife in Africa, animal population and destinations.

  • Conservation

    All conservation efforts in Africa, parks & wild reserves.

  • Volunteers

    See how you can contribute to the conservation efforts.

  • Be Inspired

    See success stories in national parks and reserves of Africa.


Africa Fauna

Over 1000 mammal species live in Africa, over 2600 bird species recorded. Africa boosts of reptiles, amphibians, fish, invertebrates, butterflies, insects and reptiles recorded in most parks and reserves.

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Our Mission

At Safari Geographic, our goal is to inspire everyone to care about these amazing places and animals. Through exciting stories, amazing pictures, and helpful guides from various safari companies, tour guides and travelers, we want you to feel like you’re right there with us, exploring the wilds of Africa. And we’re not just about looking – we’re all about helping to keep these places safe. We’ll share tips on how to enjoy safaris without harming the environment and tell you about the good things people are doing to protect African nature. So come along with us on this journey to discover, enjoy, and help save the wild heart of Africa

We’re Here to Support Them

Explore African National Parks and
Wildlife Reserves

  • Our Approach
  • Top Safari Destinations
  • Full Inspiration
  • Get Inspired and Help

    Unite with others who share your passion. Together, our small acts can add up to make a big impact. From sponsoring an acre of rainforest or an anti-poaching patrol, to buying products that support local communities, find a cause close to your heart.

  • Become a Volunteer

    Be part of the solution and create a better future for wildlife and people.

  • Eastern Africa

    Top conservation destinations in East Africa include Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and DR Congo.

  • Southern Africa

    As you visit Southern Africa, you are encouraged to contribute to the conservation efforts of Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Malawi.

Our Values

At Safari Geographic, our values guide everything we do. We are passionate about ethical and sustainable ecotourism that benefits both people and wildlife. We believe inspiring wonder for nature and different cultures creates common ground. Our stories aim to increase understanding and compassion. We are committed to amplifying diverse voices from across Africa.

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Why is wildlife conservation important in Africa?

Africa has incredibly rich biodiversity, but many iconic species are threatened. Conservation helps protect endangered animals and habitats.

What are the biggest threats to wildlife in Africa?

Threats include habitat loss, poaching, human-wildlife conflict, and climate change. Understanding these issues is key to solutions.

How can I help wildlife conservation efforts in Africa?

Every person can help by raising awareness, donating, volunteering, practicing sustainability, contacting lawmakers, and responsibly visiting parks.

Which animal populations are declining fastest in Africa?

Elephants, rhinos, lions, cheetahs, and vultures have seen steep declines recently, largely due to poaching.