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If you do your research and consult our travel experts, we’ll make sure you capture all the magic of the green season with one of our experience guides. The green season is quite unique and offers some spectacular game viewing opportunities.
Safaris are a great opportunity to create awareness and help travellers experience the authentic beauty of Africa. World Safari Day is the perfect opportunity for us to celebrate the communities, ecosystems and wildlife around our camps, which is the core of our Foundation and an integral part of our safari experiences.
A truly authentic African safari is an adventure of a lifetime. You have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore faraway places surrounded by picturesque scenery and spectacular wildlife. There are hundreds of reasons to go on an African safari. Whether you have the great migration on your bucket list or just want to get to see a pride of lions or a herd of elephants on a game drive, You have the opportunity to take your family on a adventure they’ll treasure for years to come.
As a foundation we recognize the importance and urgency in providing learners with access to quality education and ensuring that they have the tools and resources that they need at school to enable them to learn without any barriers or hinderances. Our Education focus area aims to improve the quality of learning facilities, provide access to education for the poor, and offer leadership and job shadowing opportunities.
Females in safari is a platform that showcases female empowerment in our business and in the tourism industry. From our camps in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana that are managed and run by women to our female guides program and community empowerment projects that are supporting mothers and young girls we are actively investing in the development of women in the areas leadership, education, business and career development
Both cheetahs and leopards belong to what we know as the big cat family. However, it is important to note that these two species of wild cats have significant differences that are not always obvious to the naked eye, especially when seeing them out in the wild.