With the world constantly changing and evolving Africa Exclusive believe that it’s important that as a company we contribute to conservation of wildlife in Africa so that future generations may enjoy a safari in this beautiful continent. The Africa Exclusive team are dedicated to working with camps that are actively involved with either improving conservation or working with the communities to make a difference.
How do they do this?
Many of the camps in Africa support wildlife conservation by providing economic benefits to the communities around them, encouraging them to actively protect their own environment and the wildlife around it. Part of the investment that you make when booking your safari goes towards the success of these projects.
The camps that we send you to are small with a strict limit on numbers on the conservancy at any one time. This not only allows you to enjoy a more exclusive safari but reduces the impact on the environment. The lodges or tents have been developed over the years to be ecologically sound. The managers are constantly seeking the best ways to manage waste and have invested in alternative energy sources. Elephant Pepper Camp (Mara North Conservancy), for example, has a ‘Gold’ eco rating from the Ecotourism Kenya.