Africa’s Eden announces new look & features on website

Africa’s Eden announces new look & features on website

Africas Eden officially announces the introduction of an all new press room and new and interactive features on its website. The site will retain its wealth of information and services on exclusive tours in the west central Africa region.

New, interactive website

Recently, Africa’s Eden launched its new website with an updated look and an expanded and more dynamic description of its tourism, research and conservation activities in west central Africa.

“Your website looks REALLY good, perhaps the best I have seen (in all kinds of fields), and downloads without delay!”
– John Kingston, travel editor from the UK

“Must say, took a quick look at the AE website, WOW! Fantastic job!!!”
– Michael Dalton-Smith, Ultimate Africa Wildlife Adventure Series

Additional new features include a video section that will be updated over time to provide a more descriptive and animated representation of Africa’s Eden activities, and a section containing guest images & feedback of each of our tours.

Press Corner

Today, Africa’s Eden also launches an all new Press Corner where members of the press can access specific information on Africa’s Eden, with the inclusion of a press archive, details on press trips, a Fact sheet and Directory of Experts.

Exclusive tours to pristine places in west central Africa

West central Africa is one of the few regions on earth to have remained relatively pristine to this date. Africa’s Eden with its ‘small-scale, high-end’ approach to tourism focuses on reinvesting profits of low-impact tourism in the region to ensure the continuity and economically sustainable preservation of the region’s natural environment.

Africa’s Eden is a Tour Operator and Ground Operator, with its own accommodations in west central Africa. Africa’s Eden arranges exclusive trips to the Dzanga-Sangha Reserve in the Central African Republic, Loango National Park in Gabon and the islands of São Tomé & Príncipe.

For more information / images
Ms. Tienke Vermeiden

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