Wild Ark – A Passion for the Protection and Conservation of Land

Mark Hutchinson is the founder of WildArk. His company dedicates itself to the wild. His love for the wild goes all the way back to childhood where he loved riding horses, mustering sheep, exploring wombat holes, fly-fishing, and exploring everything imaginable in wilds of Australia. He spent a year as a jackaroo, and camped and fished in Australia’s far north. He also ventured to Africa and traveled its entire length by car at the age of 19. There is no doubt that he has an adventurous spirit. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-hutchinson-596329121/?ppe=1

At age 22, Hutchinson established an adventure company called UNTAMED. This was fitting with respect to his background. In 2015, he departed from the corporate world to return to his passion of being close to wildlife and adventuring to parts unknown. His mission is to inspire people to reconnect with nature through his company WildArk. The company also promotes preservation of the world’s fragile ecosystems. Learn more: https://www.ecotraining.co.za/about/owners/

Hutchinson believes that the key to our future is protecting conservation land globally. Living in bio-diversity is the key for both humans and animals. His company’s ultimate goal is to buy, protect, and restore as much land as possible in the hope of sustaining the world’s ecosystems. 

His business is his life, and his life is his business. Hutchinson took a passion for wildlife and turned into a business that helps the world by reconnecting people to nature. He could never have known, as a youth, what his life would turn out to be. He simply followed his passion. People can book mobile birding safaris, wildlife photography adventures, explore the African wilderness on a six-day adventure, and spend the evenings on an amazing Botswana mobile tent safari. They can also choose to spend 55 days in the African bush. This is about as close to nature as anyone can get. Learn more: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/415949715569059008/

August 8, 2017

Posted In: Conservation, Eco-Tourism, Travel