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WildChoices recently launched their independent website to assist the tourism industry and visitors alike to make more informed and ethical choices about captive wildlife tourism facilities in South Africa. The WildChoices team applied the SATSA Captive Wildlife Attractions & Activities Guidelines and Decision-Making Tool to assess 219+ captive wildlife tourism facilities in South Africa, based on publicly available information.
Application of SATSA’S 6-step Decision Tree results in one of three outcomes: Support, Support with Caution and Avoid.
In this social media campaign, Blood Lions unpacked the results of the WildChoices assessment and reported on some of the key features of the wildchoices.org website.

Blood Lions' WildChoices Campaign

NEWS: WildChoices launches website

WildChoices launches a website to assist the tourism industry and visitors alike to make more informed and ethical choices about captive…

WildChoices National Assessment Results

The online tool by WildChoices, which applies the SATSA Guidelines, has identified 219+ captive wildlife tourism facilities in South Africa. This…

WildChoices Provincial Assessment Results

According to the newly launched WildChoices website, over half of the 219+ captive wildlife tourism facilities in South Africa (as identified…

TAKE ACTION: Improve WildChoices website

You can play your part and help improve the WildChoices website by providing evidence to show that a facility may have…

WildChoices: Western Cape Assessment Results

According to the WildChoices assessment of 219+ facilities that keep wildlife in captivity for tourism purposes, nearly one quarter (52 facilities)…

WildChoices: Free State Assessment Results

In South Africa, of the 219+ facilities that keep wildlife in captivity for tourism purposes assessed by WildChoices, 20% (+/- 45…

WildChoices: Limpopo Assessment Results

Of the 219+ facilities that keep wildlife in captivity for tourism purposes assessed by WildChoices, the Limpopo province holds third place…

WildChoices: Northern Cape Assessment Results

According to the assessment by WildChoices, the Northern Cape paints a very different picture compared to all other provinces with ONLY…

WildChoices Social Media Campaign

Since its recent launch, the WildChoices initiative (an assessment based on the SATSA guidelines and publicly available information) has achieved some…