Published in the Huffington Post
Tracking rehabilitated cheetahs and leopards through the African bush as they learn to hunt and survive again in the wild. Riding on the backs of rescued elephants on a sunset stroll to their favourite watering hole, where they finally feel safe from poachers. Observing and interacting with wild orphaned chimpanzees as they begin new lives on their rainforest island sanctuary.
Sound like your kind of a safari? Then consider visiting one of these extraordinary wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centers, funded in large part by their often luxurious guest accommodations. You'll also sleep well knowing that a large portion of what you pay goes directly toward the compassionate care and protection of some of Africa's abandoned, abused, injured and orphaned animals.
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