Rewilding Europe and SKUA to cooperate on wildlife watching
The signing of a new agreement between Rewilding Europe and SKUA Nature Group will boost nature-based tourism and wildlife photography offerings across multiple rewilding areas.
Rewilding Europe is delighted to announce that a three-year cooperation agreement has been entered into with Italian wildlife tourism company SKUA Nature Group. Following lengthy discussions, the agreement was signed in the Spanish municipality of Andujar last week. It confirms the ambition and commitment of both parties to develop nature-based tourism across Europe.
“I am thrilled at the prospect of working with Rewilding Europe to develop these new nature destinations, and of making a positive contribution towards rewilding and nature conservation,” says Massimiliano Biasioli, SKUA Nature Group’s Managing Director.
“SKUA Nature Group has a unique business set-up that fits in really well with Rewilding Europe’s approach to its operational areas,” adds Frans Schepers, Rewilding Europe’s Managing Director. “The company has a track record of excellence when it comes to establishing successful wildlife watching operations. We are really looking forward to this collaboration, and to seeing the benefits that it can bring to rewilding and wildlife comeback.”
New wildlife watching offerings, which are expected to become available next year, will be promoted through both SKUA Nature and the European Safari Company.
Established in 2008 as a private Italian company, SKUA Nature Group has quickly become a point of reference for nature lovers, photographers and professionals. It creates and manages unique wildlife watching projects on nature estates (private or public areas) entirely dedicated to nature tourism and photography. Entering into partnership with the owners of such private estates or managers of public nature areas, it takes care of all stages of project development and management. The company currently operates projects in Romania, Spain, Portugal, Italy, the United Kingdom and Latvia.