What To Expect:
Conservation & Philanthropy Safaris
Our safari experts understand travel’s role in conservation and depending on your passions and interests will make thoughtful safari planning decisions—from eco-sensitive safari lodges to compelling philanthropic safari experiences—that strike a chord with you.
We hope to help our planet by connecting travelers like you to inspiring personal experiences and in the process creating ambassadors for our planet. Travelers are showing the local people their natural resources are invaluable, vital to their livelihoods, and worth protecting and demonstrating that beyond altruistic reasons, there are hard economic reasons to keep wildlife alive and wild lands–wild. Your conservation safari or philanthropic trip to Africa is a vital part of doing so.
Our Favorite Conservation Safari Experiences
• Enjoy meaningful conversations with the Maasai to better understand the lands they grew up on, the ways they are preserve and protect them, and how your visit plays a part in the bigger goal to benefit the local community and the wildlife.
• Be a part of an extraordinary project to protect black and white rhinos by participating in a rhino translocation to ensure they are in safer havens.
• Discover a unique population of elephants in Namibia, which have adapted to the arid climate. We can recommend the safari lodges who are working in partnership with the local community to help protect this ancient desert and the creatures that live there.
• With its mix of cloud forest, open savannah, iconic mountaintops and epic wildlife, Kenya is a homerun safari destination. One added plus: It’s home to The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, striving to raise orphaned elephants, reenter them into the wild, and educate the world about the bigger stories behind these orphans related to the poaching crisis.