Today, will all the required arrangements placed in Akagera National Pak in the eastern part of Rwanda along the Tanzanian border. Next month eight lions from Kenya are going to be introduced to this country to restore the world of the lion ‘King of the Jungle’ in the country.
Previously the lion populations inside and in areas surrounding the park were eliminated by cattle keepers attempting to protect their animals together with villagers scared of raids, poaching, frequently using poison, and imposing a harsh death on these big cats.
African Parks has improved the electric fence on Akagera National Park through adding on its height and also adding a base element to guarantee that the lions won’t be able to jump over the fence or try to crawl below it.
The return of these lions next month will offer visitors the extra amazing attraction of being able to see at least 4 of the big 5 in the country with only the Rhino missing from the listing.
Local partners in the Rwanda tourism industry in the Kigali passed on their thanks that the Kenyan Government which has authorized the Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) to deliver the pride lions into Rwanda. They credit this to the solid and friendly relationship between these two nations, that alongside Uganda a year prior shaped the “Coalition of the Willing” joined by common objectives to improve infrastructure, support trade, as well as collaborate closely on several other sectors such as security cooperation.