The lecture is titled Chad: An Unlikely Star of the African Conservation Stage. It is a wonderful opportunity to share good news on the conservation front and to tell people about a part of the world that not many have heard about.
Being at the forefront of demand, Asia must be part of the solution to stop poaching, and this talk offers a great opportunity to share a success story within the community and to create awareness about Chad’s Zakouma National Park.
Zakouma is the perfect tourism model for the merging of travel philanthropy and conservation. Passage to Africa has been very involved in developing the guide-based model for Camp Nomade in Zakouma, which makes it a unique product. Only sixteen groups can visit each year, and each is lead by one of Africa’s top guides. Having over 3,000km² of true wilderness to yourself makes this one of the coolest destinations.
If you, or anyone you know, is in Hong Kong, this is a must-attend event.
Thursday 29 October | Drinks Reception 6.30pm | Lecture 7.30pm
Members of the Royal Geographic Society (RGS) and guests are most welcome to attend this event, which is HK$150 for RGS Members and HK$200 for guests and others. Contact Michael Lorentz at Passage to Africa or the Royal Geographical Society to book your spot.