News Category: Wildlife News

How Ecotourism Benefits Wildlife Conservation

Ever since Reef & Rainforest first started offering natural history tours to selected wildlife destinations, we have been aware of the enormous potential for tourism to contribute to conservation.

Pura Vida! Cost Rica Wins Earthshot Prize

In its inaugural year, Prince William’s Earthshot project has awarded £1m to Costa Rica, one of only five recipients of what is sure to become one of the world’s most influential environmental initiatives for the next decade. The Earthshot Prize is “designed to incentivise change and help repair our planet over the next ten years.” … Continued

Beaver Tourism and a Wilder Future for Devon

The last rays of the sun are illuminating the riverbank willows, the flashing blue of a kingfisher whizzes past and seconds later a large mullet leaps clean out of the water, breaking the silence with the splash of its re-entry. Such a scene is familiar to many English rivers, but in this instance I am … Continued

Rewilding and the Rise of Regenerative Travel

Managed correctly, wildlife tourism can have a hugely regenerative effect on the planet. It directly protects some of the world’s rarest species; it promotes sustainable land use; it encourages tree planting; it expands protected wilderness and it provides a sustainable source of income to some of the world’s poorest people.

Tigers in India

The Wildlife Institute of India released its findings from its country wide tiger population census

The Future of Family Holidays

In the last ten to twenty years, the concept of what constitutes an achievable family holiday has undergone a seismic shift.