Fabulous Facebook pages to add to your repertoire

A list of fabulous facebook pages related to the African safari and wildlife industries!

If you feel like your fan page deserves to be added to the list, make sure you include it in the comments section! Thanks! 😉

Aardvark Safaris

African safari specialist offering the hottest wildlife locations and best kept safari secrets.

Acacia Adventure Holidays

Acacia Africa is the leading African travel specialist. For over fifteen years they have shared & developed their knowledge of this diverse continent with the people of Africa & adventurers like yourself.

Africa Adventure Consultants

Armed with experience, knowledge and creativity, Africa Adventure Consultants can help you plan your next great adventure. They specialize in the following customized, award-winning safaris: luxury safaris, adventure trips, family safaris, affinity group travel and university groups, traditional wildlife safaris, honeymoon safaris and romantic trips, cultural adventures, gorilla tracking, trekking Kilimanjaro and other peaks in Africa, and safaris for experienced Africa travelers.

Africa Freak

Follow the latest news and events from the Africa Freak community.

Africa Geographic

Africa Geographic is the continent’s premier wildlife and conservation magazine. ”It is founded in a celebration of Africa’s wild places and all the creatures living there.

Africa Unlocked

Having experienced the many faces of Africa over the last decade while working in the safari industry in Southern and East Africa, Albie and Freda Venter came to realize how profoundly a positive African experience can alter ones life. Being conservationists at heart, they pride themselves in offering eco-responsible trips and safaris to some of the most pristine and dramatic corners of the continent.


The World’s First Virtual Game Reserve uses webcams to display wild animals using real time streaming video encouraging eco tourism for lodges private and public featuring Tau, Tembe, Nkorho and Elephant Plains.

African Conservation Experience

Open your eyes to a whole new world and way of looking at the natural environment. They support vital conservation projects in heritage region of southern Africa and with over 10 years experience are able to offer every applicant the benefits of their personal knowledge.

African Conservation Foundation

The African Conservation Foundation is working towards the protection and conservation of Africa’s endangered wildlife and their habitats. Founded in 1999, ACF fills a unique niche by creating an Africa-wide network for information exchange and capacity building of conservation efforts in the region.

African Lion & Environmental Research Trust

Non-profit organization dedicated to the facilitation and promotion of sound conservation and management plans for the African lion (Panthera leo) in consultation with governments, wildlife authorities and communities.

African Safari Guides and Rangers

A platform for Safari Guides and Wildlife Rangers for networking and friendship.

African Trails Overlands and Safaris

African Trails have been running camping safaris/overland expeditions in Africa since 1980. Such were the success of these tours that, in the early nineties, they expanded into the Middle East.

African Travel

Africa experts with over 460 total years of combined experience in travel. Having lived in or traveled extensively through Africa’s top safari destinations, their specialists are dedicated to sharing their knowledge and customizing itineraries to match the unique desires of each traveler. All they sell is Africa!

African Wildlife Foundation

The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) is the leading international conservation organization focused solely on Africa.

Ajabu Adventures Ltd

More than just an adventure! Based in Tanzania.

Elephant Listening Project

The Elephant Listening Project is a non-profit research venture using vocal activity to monitor the status and activities of elephants.

Elephants Without Borders

The largest mammal that walks the earth is now leading the way to help save vast areas of wild lands and the biodiversity they support. At EWB, they believe elephants are of considerable economic, ecological, cultural and aesthetic value to many people in the world and are one of Africa’s most valuable wildlife species.


Their goals are to advance the study of elephant cognition, communication and social behavior, and to promote the scientifically sound and ethical management and care of elephants.

E-Tourism Frontiers Ltd

A continental initiative to develop online tourism in Africa.

Explore Gorongosa

Their luxury walking safaris, Explore Gorongosa, are the first private safari activity to be offered within Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park.

Eyes on Africa

Eyes on Africa was created with the vision of sharing the wonders of the African continent with those who are eager to explore some of the world’s most magnificent areas… areas that combine pristine, natural beauty, incredible wildlife, cultural diversity and remote, unspoiled and untamed wilderness.

Friend a Gorilla

Friend a gorilla is an initiative by UWA (Uganda Wildlife Authority) to promote and educate the world about Uganda’s mountain gorillas.

Getaway Magazine

This is the official Facebook fan page for Getaway, the travel magazine and website for both the grizzly adventurer and armchair-explorer in us all.

Going Africa Safaris

Going Africa Safaris is born from a passion and love for Africa. With the aim to provide the best safaris for a fair price.

Hills of Africa Travel

Hills of Africa Travel specializes in providing customized African safari tours. They offer spectacular adventures with personalized and customized service, guaranteed to provide you with the experience of a lifetime.

I Love Africa & Safaris

Enjoy having fun on the site as it guides you through creating the perfect safari package based on YOUR interests.

International Rhino Foundation

In 1993, in response to the escalating crisis facing all five rhino species, the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) was founded. The IRF is involved in programs both in nature and in captivity, both of which IRF believes are critical for the survival of rhinos.

Isilo Elephant Tembe

Official fan page of the Tembe Elephant Park: where the world’s largest elephants roam wild!

Kalimba Reptile Park

A fabulous getaway just outside of Lusaka, Zambia. The owners are great friends of ours, and they have done an amazing job developing the facilities! Be sure to visit them if you’re in the area! 😉

Ker & Downey

Delivering flawlessly executed, custom itineraries for over four decades. Reflecting your style, taste, and budget – choose from an award-winning suggested itinerary or build your own…

Kerry de Bruyn Photography

Kerry de Bruyn Photography specialises in capturing all things natural – wildlife, nature and landscapes.


Kili fans, here’s your page! 😉

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Lewa has embodied its mission as a catalyst for conservation. With a proven track record, the model of community-based conservation development is being spearheaded across northern Kenya, and emulated by other East African conservation organizations.

Lion Guardians

The Lion Guardians program attempts to reduce the pressure on lions by employing their greatest enemy (the Maasai warrior) to conserve them rather than kill them. Since the onset of this project there have been no lions speared on Mbirikani ranch.

Mapogo Lions

The Mapogos are a large coalition of male lions living in Sabi Sands Game Reserve.

Mara Triangle

In the year 2000 local leaders became concerned about levels of mismanagement in the Mara Triangle – one third of Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Reserve. As a result the Mara Conservancy, a non-profit organisation, was established to manage the Triangle on behalf of Trans-Mara County Council.

Marius Coetzee Photography

Marius Coetzee is a professional safari guide currently based in the world renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa.

On Track Foundation

Volunteer to assist with wildlife conservation in South Africa. Join the Ingwe Leopard Project team and help to make a real difference in wildlife conservation.

Rhino Africa

Planning a trip to Africa? Based in Cape Town, Rhino Africa are African experts and can organise an itinerary to suit your every need.

Rob The Ranger Wildlife Videos

Wildlife videos and stories from Rob the ranger, Sabi Sands, South Africa.

Rothschild Safaris

Rothschild Safaris are specialists who are from awesome Africa and are passionate about sharing the best from the land they love.

Sabi Sands Leopard Identification

A database of the leopards of the Sabi Sands (South Africa).

Save The Chimps, Inc.

Save the Chimps’ mission is to provide a permanent sanctuary for the lifelong care of chimpanzees rescued from research laboratories, entertainment and the pet trade.


SA-Venues provides an easy online South Africa Travel Guide to assist you with the planning of your travel arrangements to South Africa.

Soul of Africa Safari Company

Soul of Africa Safari Company was founded with the dream of sharing the magic and soul of Southern Africa with individually minded travellers.

South African National Parks

South African National Parks, (SANParks), manages a system of parks which represents the indigenous fauna, flora, landscapes and associated cultural heritage of the country.

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

The trust is dedicated to the protection and conservation of wildlife and habitats in Kenya.

The Serengeti

Facebook page for all the fans of the Serengeti National Park!

Travel Rwanda

Discover a new place, a new adventure, new friends and unimaginable beauty. Discover Rwanda!


Travelwires is a blog on business to business travel and tourism news in Africa. Tourism operators and suppliers make the bulk of the readers.

Uwe Skrzypczak

German wildlife photographer, sharing his passion of the bush with the world. N.B. Most of the content is in German!

Virunga National Park

Official fan page of the Virunga national park, DR Congo.

Volcanoes Safaris

The No. 1 Gorilla Safaris Company – Volcanoes Safaris is a unique great ape ecotourism business specializing in mountain gorilla safaris to Uganda and Rwanda.

Wild life – The big 5 in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda – Tours 2 East Africa

The aim of Tours 2 East Africa is to give tourist worldwide a unique experience as a Tour Operator all over East Africa.


WildEarth.TV (WE) strive to be the world leaders in the LIVE broadcasting of wildlife. Whether that broadcast is on TV or the web.

Wildlife Film Academy

Inspiring the next generation of dynamic wildlife filmmakers!


WildlifeDirect was founded in 2004 by Dr Richard Leakey with the view of creating a virtual endowment that would available to conservationist in times of crisis.

WWF South Africa

WWF is one of the world’s largest and most respected independent conservation organizations, with almost five million supporters and a global network active in more than 100 countries. WWF stands for the World Wide Fund for Nature.

Ziara Safaris

Ziara safaris are an East African tour operator specialising in private Kenya & Tanzania safaris.

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6 Responses to Fabulous Facebook pages to add to your repertoire

  1. mona March 16, 2011 at 2:53 pm #

    Dear friends,

    May I say, you are doing a great job here. Well done.
    I know you are having fun!
    I might have a few ideas…

    I just liked your website…your articles are so cool and really good…awesome…

    Here’s a link you might want to add to your repertoire:

    My pleasure if you like it.

    May God Bless you and take care.

    Thank you.

  2. Ziara Safaris - Tanzania Safari Experts March 4, 2011 at 7:19 am #

    Hey Michael,

    A couple more to add to this list when you get a chance:
    Tanzania Adventure –
    Mapito Tented Camp –

    Many Thanks,

    Tom 🙂

  3. Ziara Safaris September 7, 2010 at 10:00 am #

    Hey Michaël,

    Hope all is well!

    Ziara Safaris now have a Facebook Fan Page that you may wish to add to this list?

    Cheers mate! 🙂

    • Africafreak September 7, 2010 at 10:14 am #

      Done, thanks for the info Tom! 😉

  4. africafreak February 23, 2010 at 3:01 pm #

    Thanks Sandy, am glad and grateful to have "bumped into" you and I'm looking forward to meeting you in person some time soon…


  5. Sandy Salle February 23, 2010 at 1:49 am #

    Thank you so much for including us on this fabulous list. I am excited to get to know you all.

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