THE LAST EDEN

In 1998 U.S. scientist Michael Fay completed one of the greatest adventures of our times named THE MEGATRANSECT: He traversed 3200 KM of the rain forested region of the Congo Basin by foot with the help of local trackers. This scientific effort culminated in the creation of 13 National Parks and 4 marine Parks covering 12% of Gabon’s territory.

THE LAST EDEN- 85% of Gabon is covered by jungle and hosts Africa’s largest populations of great apes and forest elephants. Its 800 KM of pristine coastline boasts of large colonies of migratory humpback whales and high density of marine turtles.

GABON UNTOUCHED

Gabon Untouched is a Libreville based nature conservation and community development organization. It is partially funded by its specialized wildlife and cultural tour operations around Gabon. Its mission focuses on four main areas:

Conservation

Health

Education

EcoTourism

EXPEDITIONS

Exploring Gabon’s riches in both nature and culture can be quite challenging. Gabon Untouched has established itself as the leader in sustainable ecotourism in the country.

Explore and Travel while contributing to nature conservation and the sustainable development of local communities.

OUR PEOPLE

Antonio Anoro – Founder
Ramdas Iyer – Naturalist & NGO Advisor

Yannick Dinah – Gabon Operations

Rodrigue Nzau – NGO Field Support

Fabiola Quesada – Wildlife Veterinarian & NGO Advisor

Alex Slow – Logistics

Yvan Ladesch – Field Support

Juan Salvador Ortega – Primatologist & Scientific Advisor

PARTNERS

PRESS & MEDIA

VIAJAR

NAT. GEO VIAJES

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHIC

FORBES AFRICA

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHIC

BRADT GUIDE/ LETTER

FORBES AFRICA

FORBES AFRICA

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