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Pridelands was the initial piece of space that was purchased and funded by Sophie and Mark Hutchinson in their private capacity in 2016, in conjunction with their South African partners. The project to drop fences into Greater Kruger National Park and allow the free roaming of wildlife back into the property for the first time in decades provided invaluable learning for the Hutchinson’s and the WildArk team. The Pridelands experience helped formulate the greater mission and strategy of WildArk. Since the Pridelands project commenced, the WildArk charity has been established and new conservancies will benefit from the greater WildArk community support.

The Pridelands Story

Newly established conservation organization WildArk has announced the acquisition of its first wildlife conservancy, called Pridelands, in partnership with EcoTraining, Africa’s leading guide training organization, in South Africa.

THE LOCATION

About Hoedspruit

Pridelands conservancy is a 4500-acre former buffalo hunting farm located north-east of the town of Hoedspruit, Limpopo Province, in the Lowveld Region of South Africa. The Lowveld forms part of the Savanna Biome, which is the largest biome in southern Africa, covering almost 50% of the landmass.

About Hoedspruit

Pridelands conservancy is a 4500-acre former buffalo hunting farm located north-east of the town of Hoedspruit, Limpopo Province, in the Lowveld Region of South Africa. The Lowveld forms part of the Savanna Biome, which is the largest biome in southern Africa, covering almost 50% of the landmass.

Introducing Pridelands Conservancy

 


Introducing Pridelands Conservancy