News, industry insight, community projects, and offers from the African Bush Camps family
Africa Day celebrates the anniversary of the Organization of African Unity. This holiday, which is formerly known as African Freedom Day and African Liberation Day commemorates, not only the founding of the OAU, but also its role in bringing the African nations together.
African dance is considered to be the world’s oldest form of choreography. To this day, many tribes in sub-Saharan Africa pass these African dance legacies on to their children from a very early age.
For the month of April, Global Giving is hosting the Little by Little campaign. During this campaign, all eligible donations up to $50 USD per unique donor per organisation will be matched at 50% for the duration of the campaign.
Lolebezi, the brand-new property in the African Bush Camps family, is situated in the awe-inspiring Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia and will undoubtedly be one of the most breathtaking. The lodge has been created to take advantage of the one kilometre of private river frontage that it possesses on five acres of protected wilderness.
In November 2021, we launched a female safari guide project with the purpose of increasing the number of job opportunities for local women. Read more about this phenomenal project in our blog.
African Bush Camps has a long-standing foundation, fondly known as African Bush Camps Foundation, which was founded in 2006. The foundation’s work is centered around creating opportunities that empower rural communities situated in vulnerable wildlife areas.