You could win an incredible trip to see mountain gorillas in the wild
After bringing a slice of Central Africa to Central London, Fauna & Flora is delighted to announce a once-in-a-lifetime prize draw to see mountain gorillas in their natural habitat.
The prize includes an all inclusive stay for two, at Volcanoes Lodge in Rwanda, donated by our supporters Volcanoes Safaris, return flights from the UK to Kigali*, and two gorilla visiting permits.
For more information about what is included see the Terms and Conditions.
To be in with a chance of winning this incredible prize, enter now. Every penny donated goes directly to Fauna & Flora and our species-saving work, and it could help save these marvellous gorillas.
David Attenborough with mountain gorillas, on location during filming for BBC ‘Life on Earth’ series in Rwanda 1978
The prize draw has been inspired by our work to save mountain gorillas, as featured on our RHS Chelsea Flower Show garden.
In 1978, when our vice president, Sir David Attenborough, first visited the mountain gorillas, there were only around 300 left living in the wild, due to poaching and habitat loss.
Following his plea to the then CEO of Fauna & Flora, we have been working in collaboration with partners in Rwanda, Uganda and DRC to conduct anti-poaching patrols, monitor gorilla populations and engage local communities in the protection of gorillas.
By entering this prize draw you are not only in with a chance of winning a trip of a lifetime, you will be supporting Fauna & Flora’s work to save endangered species, exactly like the mountain gorilla.
*for flights not originating in the UK, a monetary donation will be made towards your travel.
Fauna & Flora is a nature conservation charity protecting the diversity of life on Earth. For the survival of species and habitats, the planet and people. As the world’s first international conservation charity, Fauna & Flora has been shaping best practice in community-focussed conservation for over 120 years. Today, the charity works closely with local conservation partners in over 50 countries to protect habitats, revive the ocean, reduce extinctions, stop illegal wildlife trade, combat climate change and influence global policy and corporate sustainability.