Rewilding is restoring ecosystems to their natural state and allowing nature to take care of itself again, free from human interference. Rewilding aims to re-establish the diversity and abundance of species, including predators, herbivores, and other wildlife, and to restore natural landscapes and habitats. Rewilding often involves reintroducing native species that have disappeared from the area, such as wolves, beavers, or bison, to recreate natural ecological processes.
In addition to ecological benefits, rewilding has social and economic benefits as well. It brings back pride to (young) people in rural abandoned areas. It creates new social and economic opportunities (like regenerative tourism and education). Rewilding also provides ecosystem services such as clean water, carbon storage, and flood control.
Europe is quickly rewilding in hidden and pristine areas (as part of its ambitious Green Deal 30×30 target: Protect 30% of Europe’s nature in 2030). This offers unprecedented chances for deep & profound safari experiences that contribute to making Europe a wilder place, while reconnecting you with wild nature, in ways you never thought possible.
We invite you to join us on our next adventure and discover – and contribute to – the magic of rewilding in Europe