We work with ethical companies, including safari operators and property managers who do their utmost to advance conservation in the areas where they do business. Conserving an area naturally leads to an improved quality of life for its communities, two- and four-footed alike.
Moreover, we guarantee that the costs of park fees and conservation or community permits included in our trips are paid directly to the parks themselves. To date, we have raised approximately $400,000.
However, we believe that both working with ethical companies and paying fees directly to parks should be standard practices for all safari tour operators. That’s why we have always given a little extra – and we would encourage others to do the same.
Here is a list of projects we have supported; further details may be found below.
2016 Yearly Corporate Friend to Project Playground, South Africa
2015 Year-round sponsorship of Team Rokka, an anti-poaching dog team in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
2015 £12,000 raised for CLEFT via our charity climb up Mount Kilimanjaro
2014 £4,000 raised for our One to One campaign at a sponsors’ dinner in London
2014 71 children sent to school in Africa through our One to One campaign
2013 £8,000 raised for Macmillan Cancer at a legal dinner in London
2013 40 children sent to school in Africa through our One to One campaign