The Harambe Wildlife Reserve is an 800 square mile large wildlife reserve located in the port of Harambe in East Africa. It protected many animals within its borders while also being affiliated with the organizations Kilimanjaro Safaris and the Wilderness Explorers which regularly made expeditions through the reserve. The reserve was however also frequented by poachers who wished to make profit off of its animals. The logo for the reserve was a wildebeest's silhouette.
Harambe Wildlife Reserve is a nature reserve that was created in the East African port of Harambe. The headquarters of the reserve were created from a building obtained from the livestock company Smythe-Wallis British East Africa Livestock Ltd.. By the late 20th century, the reserve had problems with illegal poaching.
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The Harambe Wildlife Reserve is the setting for this attraction.
The Wilderness Explorers had outposts in Harambe and the Harambe Wildlife Reserve, both the settings for Kilimanjaro Safaris. Some of the missions in the Wilderness Explorers guidebook are also connected to the group of Kilimanjaro Safaris and its conservation efforts. Notably is the Safari Badge which has guests taking a safari from Kilimanjaro Safaris and writing the name of the jeep SIMBA-1. It also mentions Harambe Wildlife Reserve by name and has participants document the animals which they observed.