Community & Conservation Safaris
Our Learn, Serve & Immerse African Safaris provide authentic cultural experiences to connect you with the people and communities we work with in many countries on the continent. The word safari means “journey” in Swahili, and what began in the Middle Ages as a means of trade, today safaris play an important role in Africa’s economic empowerment, conservation, and sustainability. The continent’s national parks, reserves and local communities need a steady stream of visitors to do their important work, so in a very real sense, you are making a difference simply by taking a safari.
Tanzania Family Safari
Tanzania is home to some of the most impressive game reserves and national parks in the world. Every day on this Learn, Serve & Immerse adventure, your family will find yourselves face-to-face with a new creature and awe-inspiring sights, such as hundreds of avian species in the Rift Valley, giraffes along Lake Natron, leopards and lions in the Serengeti, and more! You will also experience what life is like in a local Maasai village, and visit and support Tanzania school children, and engage with our NGO partner, the Karatu Education Fund, to learn about their work.
South Africa Cities & Safaris
Learn, Serve and Immerse
Immerse in the splendor and diversity of South Africa - from cities, and townships, to safari! Learn about the country's amazing history, culture and ancient tribal customs of South Africa’s people, while visiting the cosmopolitan cities of Cape Town and Johannesburg and rural communities that surround Kruger National Park.
Zimbabwe Conservation Safaris
Learn, Serve and Immerse in Zimbabwe on a family-friendly safari which offers ample opportunities to participate in conservation and educational projects with our local partners, and go on several awe-inspiring game drives and walking safaris. In addition to discovering the extraordinary wildlife thriving in the Hwange and Zambezi National Parks, this safari offers immersive opportunities to engage with local communities and school children near Victoria Falls and in outside of Hwange National Park.
Botswana: Chobe National Park Extension
Chobe National Park is known for being one of the best wildlife destinations in the world, with its large herds of elephant, Cape buffalo, and birdlife which converge along the Chobe River. Renowned for its reliable and diverse game viewing, you will be awed by the pristine wetlands and wildlife on the safaris in Chobe National Park, which are conducted both by boat and on land.
This extension can be done after South Africa or Zimbabwe safaris.