STWWC staff
Elephants - Tembo in Swahili
STWWC staff with helpers

“Wild animals have their own paths – and have done so for centuries. Elephant walk in the front line. They share their knowledge of these paths from generation to generation, ensuring the preservation of their species and that of the many wild animals that follow. These paths are called corridors. 

Everything is interconnected, and the elephant are followed by other herd animals such as zebra, wildebeest and antelope. They in turn are followed by predators like lion, cheetah and hyena. In the national parks, the wild animals and their corridors are protected. But wild animals know no borders. Their corridors walk further…”
Doris Haigis – Founder STWWC

Wilderness Legends is proud to be affiliated with Save The Wildlife and Wildlife Corridors, a grassroots organization that is making a difference when it comes to finding solutions for wildlife and humans to coexist peacefully.

If you are interested in participating in an activity with this organization while on your safari, please let us know. There is always something to do, and it’s a great feeling to know that you helped in some small way. Tanzania, her people and the wildlife so appreciate contributions of any kind – everything makes a difference!