Our Partners

We pride ourselves on partnering with projects and organisations who are focused on providing long term solutions to fundamental problems.

We are very proud to work with some of the most adventurous, exciting and responsible organisations around to help our volunteer programmes and school expeditions deliver what’s really important - a meaningful travel experience.


Wilderness Safaris

Founded in Botswana in 1983, Wilderness Safaris is widely acclaimed as Africa’s foremost eco-tourism operator, giving clients life-changing safari and conservation experiences in some of the continents most stunning wilderness areas. Read more...

 

Children in the Wilderness, Zimbabwe

Children in the Wilderness is dedicated to facilitating sustainable conservation through leadership development and education of rural children in Africa. Through their environmental and life skills programme, they focus on the next generation of decision-makers, inspiring them to care for their natural heritage. Read more...

 

FAR and WIDE Zimbabwe

FAR and WIDE is Africa’s leading outdoor adventure-based training school, conducting team building and leadership programmes for students for over 20 years, whilst instilling an environmental awareness and social conscience. Read more...

 

Anthony Kaschula - Private Guided Safaris

A third generation Zimbabwean whose family have been in Africa for the last five generations, Anthony was born and educated in Zimbabwe and South Africa and, in addition to holding one of the highest guiding qualifications on the continent, also has two university degrees.

He qualified as a fully licensed guide in Zimbabwe in the shortest ever known time, in a country whose guiding certification is the most rigorous in Africa. He qualified as a professional guide in 2000 and since then has led safaris into 12 African countries, obtained his private pilots licence and spent two years as head guide and lodge manager at Borana Lodge, one of Kenya’s most upmarket safari lodges. Read more...

 

Kariba Conservation Programme

The Kariba Conservation Programme was founded in 2014 by Zimbabwean wildlife photographer and professional guide, Nigel Kuhn.  The aim of the Programme is to engage local communities in conservation efforts to help restore one of Zimbabwe’s most threatened wildlife areas, and get actively engaged in eliminating the poaching threat in the Kariba and Charara South wildlife areas. The programme works closely with rural community leaders as well as the regional team of the Zimbabwe Department of National Parks & Wildlife and the Matusadona Anti-Poaching Programme (MAPP). Read more...


Imire: Rhino & Wildlife Conservation

Established as a game park in 1972 by renowned Zimbabwean conservationist Norman Travers, Imire has become synonymous with black rhino conservation in Southern Africa. Having bred 20 black rhino in almost as many years, with 11 releases back into the wild, Imire is also known for its pioneering work on elephant and buffalo research. Read more...


/gallery/25/malawi /gallery/27/zimbabwe /gallery/26/namibia /gallery/24/mozambique /gallery/26/namibia /gallery/27/zimbabwe /gallery/25/malawi /gallery/24/mozambique

Stay Informed

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest news.