Real World Conservation Trust

In the time we’ve been operating our world's wildlife has sadly faced enormous challenges.

In Africa more than 20,000 elephants are poached for their ivory annually while lion also face a battle for survival with 40% being lost in the last 20 years.  All five species of rhino are endangered while just 4,000 tigers are left in the Indian sub-continent – down from 40,000 a half century ago.

We recognise that tourism plays a huge part in the battle to conserve our world's wildlife and through our charitable trust we work to safeguard both wildlife and wild places. Collaboration is key and our partnerships include Save the Elephants, Save the Rhino International, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, African Parks, Rhino Conservation Botswana, Animals saving Animals and Ol Pejeta Conservancy, part of Fauna and Flora International.

The Real World Conservation Trust (registered UK charity number 1177505)

Our charitable trust, the successor to the Real Africa Trust, works in partnership with leading wildlife conservation charities and organisations. Our mission is to promote the protection of rare and endangered species and their environments. We attend consumer shows, put on special events and lectures and collaborate with the wider conservation community to achieve our goals.

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