Journeying for Wildlife Conservation

A dynamic team of four passionate conservationists traversed four countries in under four weeks in a 4x4, donating funds and equipment to conservation projects. This adventure, by Drive4Wildlife, concluded with the donation of KES 653,625 (£5,000) to Ol Pejeta Conservancy in aid of endangered species and conservation efforts.

We are very grateful to the Paradise Wildlife Park, who do a huge amount for conservation, and create fantastic, far-reaching awareness for wildlife. Their efforts have a significant impact and this is just another example of their drive and innovation in the name of wild animals.

While at Ol Pejeta, the team enjoyed various activities, including lion tracking and had a chance to visit the last two northern white rhinos, Fatu and Najin. Over the years they have helped with funding for lion collars, so it was great to be able to show them in action.

The team drove across Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya, ending up on Ol Pejeta. Drive4Wildlife hopes to continue raising awareness and funds for wildlife and critically endangered species.