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Ecotourism the only way to save wildlife in Rwanda

The only way to ensure that wildlife in Rwanda is secure, is to have a health local people around protected areas, who will guarantee biodiversity conservation and we can only do this through ensuring that our travel are profitable to them.
15 years ago, May 11th 2007 No: 1 Msg: #13843  
If you are on a trip to Rwanda or planning one, make sure that you use a local operators that shares a conservation vision not profit oriented-the rest i dont care... lets all work towards the cause of saving wildlife that tomorrow our children can have a chance to see them too. Local people do not want much, the only thing is to hear their voices.... and what i have heard, we need to provide to them alternative ways of living... this will curb down poaching....educate them...we shall have given them knowledge and work with them, we shall have created a network and all together we can save wildlife in Rwanda, have a healthy people and guarantee biodiverisy a systematic scope to conservation. refer to: <snip>
[Edited: 2011 May 26 02:33 - Rat on the Road:23681 - No advertising tour companies on forums please]

[Edited: 2011 Jun 23 12:26 - Mell:49612 - Moved to Other Travel Sites Forum. 😊]
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14 years ago, August 18th 2007 No: 2 Msg: #18173  
Amahoro Tours is just such a company - we had a great experience with them. Reply to this

11 years ago, May 16th 2011 No: 3 Msg: #136384  
I've used Amahoro Tours as well - they are great! Reply to this

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