The Human-Wildlife Ballance

JAFRICA AND ECOTOURISM

Seeing a pride of lions or a herd of elephants is a Jafrica safari highlight. To enable these encounters to continue to occur, the animals must be conserved and protected and the people that live in close proximity to them must be supported.

Conservation of animals across Africa has increased populations and human populations have also naturally increased. This causes humans and wildlife to live close together and can cause conflicts. Farmers crops are threatened by crop-raiding and livestock losses which in turn can cause the illegal hunting of wild animals.

We all have a part to play in preserving this delicate balance, by booking with a Tanzanian tour operator who understands and actively works in spreading this message, you are contributing to safeguarding this magnificent place too. Asante sana.

Jafrica has many strategies in place to support and educate local people including the following;

girl watching two Rhinos oin serengeti on safari tour to africa
Eco tourisim in the Serengeti

JAFRICA ECO-TOURISM PHILOSOPHY

  • The use of efficient modern technology that is eco-friendly.
  • Motivate education in schools.
  • Cooperate with suppliers & stakeholders that are eco-friendly.
  • Working in a close tie with stakeholders in conservation.
  • Support education through community-based conservation.
  • Gender balance in employment.
  • Support local schools in remote areas – by supplying learning & teaching materials.
  • Enhance training to employees to improve their skills & awareness toward environmental issues, in turn, they will improve organizational performance.
  • Examine & revise our environmental performance for continuous improvement.

 

 

                                               

MISSION & VISION

MISSION:

To create an environment in which the community has a positive perception of Tourism and Conservation of Nature & Natural resources.

VISION:

To see the great achievement of Tourism in the Country, that goes hand to hand with impacting peoples’ life and respond to conservation.

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