My team and I are passionate about wildlife conservation and making a positive difference. We have always promoted responsible luxury travel that gives back; inviting you to play an active role through incredible experiences that are transformative on many levels. Take part in exhilarating elephant collaring or rhino darting, help plant subsistence gardens or visit township arts projects in Cape Town or have a close encounter with some of the world’s few remaining mountain gorillas in Rwanda. The options are as diverse as this remarkable continent.

Over the years we have discovered a number of once-in-a-lifetime activities that are memorable and inspiring, as well as beneficial to people, wildlife and their habitats. Simply by travelling with us you are contributing to conservation and community upliftment. We support ethically-managed, ecologically-minded lodges, providing for employment as well as species and habitat protection, so your African journey will have a positive impact on all the people and places you visit.

Marco Van Embden

CONSERVATION EXPERIENCES

  • Gorilla poachers turn protectors in Rwanda: Witness one of the greatest conservation success stories on the planet. Read more »
  • The exhilarating side of conservation in Tanzania: Work together with a non-profit organisation to preserve the Serengeti ecosystem. Read more »
  • Save the rhinos in South Africa: Experience the rare privilege of participating in efforts to conserve one of the world’s most endangered species. Read more »
  • Offset your water usage: Help Cape Town to save water. Read more »
  • Connect with endangered elephants in the Okavango Delta: Walk with elephants and see their natural habitat through their eyes. Read more »
  • Contribute to the Serengeti Cheetah Project: Assist in an ongoing research project that monitors these endangered cats and aids in the development of conservation programs for them. Read more »
  • Elephant collaring: Guests have the opportunity to observe the vets at work while learning about these iconic African animals and their biological importance. Read more »
  • Whale shark tagging: Participate in the tagging of these endangered and majestic creatures in Sodwana Bay. Read more »
  • We specialise in building bespoke itineraries around our guests’ unique interests and dreams. Here are a few positive impact ideas for inspiration: Read more »