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  • Welcome to
    Modisa Wildlife Project

    Kgalagadi, Botswana

  • © Nicolai Rossen
    Mikkel Legarth, Sirga the lioness & Valentin Gruener

  • © Fabian Gieske
  • © Fabian Gieske
  • © Fabian Gieske

Modisa Wildlife Project

2 - 12 weeks / Contact us for prices
  • About

    Modisa Wildlife Project was founded in 2010 by Mikkel Legarth, from Denmark, and Valentin Gruener, from Germany.

    Modisa is closed while a new camp is being built near the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, southwest of Botswana. At the new camp, you will experience what it means to truly live in the wilderness. The wildlife and scenery in this area is astonishing -- home to lions, leopards, spotted hyenas, countless antelopes and colonies of meercats, among others. A part of the Modisa camp will act as a permanent research base, where you will be involved in scientific work as an educational part of your stay. Our top priority is the conservation, protection and full understanding of the ecosystem.

    From a safe distance you will also get to see our lioness, Sirga, who is currently featured in the award-winning series, "Saving Sirga: Journey into the Heart of a Lion," available on Netflix.

    If you dream of experiencing life in the wilderness and learning about African wildlife then Modisa is the place for you!

    Modisa is not open for bookings yet, but you can sign up to our newsletter to receive information about the programme and prices as soon as they’re available.

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    Botswana
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