Who we are and what we do
Africa’s Eden is a Tour Operator and Ground Operator, with its own accommodations in west central Africa. Based on the concept of ‘Tourism pays for Conservation’, we arrange exclusive trips to Loango National Park in Gabon and the islands of São Tomé & Príncipe.
What we do
Research & Conservation
In Gabon Africa’s Eden supports conservation projects in Loango National Park and a gorilla sanctuary on Evengué island. Also Africa’s Eden created a school in the village near Loango Lodge, and participated in an educational campaign to teach the children about primates and the bush meat trade.
Wildlife, nature and island tours
For the passionate traveller looking for unspoiled, raw nature, we offer tours and exclusive, comfortable accommodation in west central Africa. Our current tours are based in Loango National Park (Gabon) and on the islands of São Tomé and Príncipe.
Africa’s Eden adopts the concept of ‘Tourism Pays Conservations’. Our core values are:
- we respect and aim to conserve pristine nature. Profits generated by Africa’s Eden are reinvested in the area to ensure the continuity and economically sustainable protection of the national parks;
- we focus on the sustainable development of the regions where we operate.
We offer small groups of tourists the opportunity to experience pristine nature in unique, unexplored destinations.
Our conservation partners
Africa’s Eden grew from a pilot project named Operation Loango initiated in 2001, with the aim to conserve the pristine nature of Gabon through small scale tourism.
Awards and industry recognition
Africa’s Eden is a pioneer, developer and maintainer of west central African tourism. In this section we present you our latest awards and industry appraisals.
Here you will find some facts about us. Africa’s Eden is a Tour Operator and Ground Operator, with its own accommodations in west central Africa.
In this section of Africa’s Eden Press Corner, you will find the latest press releases on Africa’s Eden, its destinations: Gabon, São Tomé & Príncipe and the Dzanga-Sangha Reserve in the Central African Republic, as well as the conservation activities in the area.