Kulala Wilderness Reserve


Project description

In 1996 Wilderness began the ambitious program aimed at removing all fences that prevented local wildlife from roaming freely both within its reserve and in the neighboring Namib Rand Nature Reserve. As the ecosystem regained its health, wildlife began to return. Later, the fence dividing the Kulala Wilderness Reserve (KWR) from the Namib Rand Nature Reserve was also removed. Only the fences between the KWR and the adjacent Namib-Naukluft National Park remain, but they are not an obstacle to wildlife movement.

This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda

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Africa / Namibia / Sossusvlei

Little Kulala, a luxurious desert retreat, is situated in the private 37,000 hectare Kulala Wilderness Reserve, the gateway to Namibia's Sand Sea with its towering red dunes and clear starry skies. Once farmland used for subsistence goat farming,...

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