Sustainability in Ruaha

At 20,000 km² Ruaha National Park is the largest in Tanzania.  It forms the heart of a 150 000km² ecosystem that stretches from Selous Game Reserve in the east to Katavi National Park in the west – an area that is home to nearly 10% of the world’s remaining wild lions. Ruaha is vulnerable to human population expansion and poaching and so Asilia’s support is aimed at bettering the lives of people who live around the park as well as assisting scientific research programmes.

Partners:  Ruaha Carnivore Programme, Kamitei Foundation.

Asilia projects in the Ruaha area

How you can support Ruaha

Asilia camps contribute to the conservation of the Ruaha ecosystem. By supporting responsible tourism that works on tangible development projects with the communities around the park your visit plays an important role in the conservation of the largest park in Tanzania.