Tailor-made travel that gives back

We specialise in building bespoke itineraries around our guests’ unique interests and dreams. Here are a few positive impact ideas for inspiration. Create your own travel with a purpose experience:

  • Take part in turtle monitoring at Wilderness Rocktail Camp in South Africa
  • Help with whale research near Hermanus
  • Hand-feed giraffe at a giraffe sanctuary in Kenya
  • Visit rehabilitation centres for any kind of animal from rhino to meerkats
  • Run the Serengeti in support of women and girl empowerment at Singita Grumeti in Tanzania
  • Assist farming and fishing communities on the shore of Lake Manyara Tanzania
  • Help with Whale Shark tagging at Chiefs in South Africa
  • Participate in the ongoing research into the dwindling big cat populations in Southern Africa
  • Engage with imminent conservationists, wildlife pilots, professional photographers and wildlife veterinarians
  • Get involved in the annual game census at Ant’s Nest and Ant’s Hill in the Waterberg, either by helicopter or on horseback
  • Adopt an elephant in Botswana
  • Hone your photography skills by capturing wild animals and exquisite landscapes
  • Assist with the breeding and maintenance programmes of cheetah and learn in-depth conservation best practice at The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC)
  • Learn the differences between conservation in Africa and other regions
  • Meet four rescue dogs helping fight the significant threat of illegal hunting by sniffing out wildlife contraband like ivory, rhino horn, pangolin, bushmeat, ammunition and snares at Singita Grumeti Tanzania.
  • Bond with your family while helping save some of the world’s most majestic species from extinction:
  • Varied family-friendly conservation safaris at Jaci’s Lodges are designed to help everyday bush lovers contribute to on-the-ground wildlife conservation efforts taking place in the Madikwe Game Reserve
  • Safari-goers of all ages are invited to contribute to Big 5 management and learn important bush skills at Gondwana Eco Camp, South Africa.