Six Rivers Africa is a not-for-profit conservation initiative with the aim to understand, protect, and promote biodiversity in the wetlands and former hunting areas of Tanzania.

Today’s generation faces three global environmental challenges

The World Wildlife Fund’s “Living Planet Index” estimated that there had been a universal decline of up to 68% in biodiversity across the world over the last 50 years.

Six Rivers Africa was established to join the fight for the survival of the African savanna – adopting a data driven and ‘Tanzanian led’ approach to invest in wilderness areas for the benefit of future generations.
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Tanzania alone holds 20% of the large mammal population in Africa, and hosts one of the largest populations of red listed species in Africa.

Why Tanzania?

There are three great wildernesses in Africa, all sitting across or within Tanzania’s borders.




National park / Game reserve

Regional boundaries


Six Rivers Iceland is a not-for-profit conservation programme, which seeks to reverse the decline of the Atlantic salmon. 

Principal supporter

Signature of Sir Jim Ratcliffe