Puma, Chile | © Tristan Whitworth

Travel with a Purpose

Natural World Safaris

Natural World Safaris

22 Mar 2021

Travel with a Positive Impact

As the world reopens, we have become more conscious than ever of the impact that travel can have - both positive and negative. At NWS we set a standard to make the travel we curate relevant. Trips that educate and inspire, journeys that provide behind the scene access to conservation work. From luxury to frontier, talk to us about the positive impact of your next safari.    

Singita Kwitonda Lodge, Rwanda

Singita Kwitonda Lodge

By planting trees, this new Singita property is building a buffer for the mountain gorillas from the surrounding farms. 

Located on a stunning 178-acre plot of land on the edge of Volcanoes National Park, Singita has been carefully curated to embody the gentle, restorative spirit of Rwanda. It is the perfect choice for mountain gorilla treks. 

Singita Kwitonda Lodge from £3,565/USD$4,495 for 3 nights

Walking safari in Naboisho Conservancy, Kenya

Mara Walking Safari

Embark on a walking expedition across the Mara led by experienced guides in a 50,000-acre conservancy. 

Travel through the Masai Mara's Naboisho Conservancy and learn about the wildlife of the region from expert Maasai guides. Spend three days mobile camping in the wilderness of Naboisho and walk in the footprints of lions, cheetahs, leopard elephants, and a whole host of other African wildlife. 

Mara Walking Safari from £2050/USD$2,585

Namibia safari accommodation; Andersson's Camp

Andersson's Camp

Situated next to Etosha National Park, Andersson's Camp has a state-of-the-art lab where scientists are studying rhino genetics.

Set against the low Ondundozonanandana Mountains, this is a fantastic camp for families or independent travellers. 

Andersson's Camp from £1,050/USD$1,325 for 3 nights

Phinda Forest Lodge, South Africa

Phinda Forest Lodge

At this luxury, eco-lodge join in with participative conservation experiences such as rhino notching or pangolin tagging.

The epitome of luxurious sustainability, this reserve is located in the eastern area of South Africa in the rugged and breathtaking KwaZulu-Natal province. Where possible, Phinda limits energy waste with energy-efficient air conditioners, LED lights, and timers on pumps and water heaters.

Phinda Forest Lodge from £1,300/USD$1,640 for 3 nights

Jaguar

Wildcat Conservation

Help contribute to the wildcat conservation research as you explore the biodiverse rainforests of Costa Rica.

Watch wildlife in one of the most biodiverse countries on the planet, enjoy boat safaris along the canals of wildlife-rich Tortuguero National Park and white water raft in and out of Pacuare Lodge, one of National Geographic's "Unique Lodges of the World". Also, contribute directly to wildcat conservation by placing your own camera trap in either Pacuare or Bananito Sur, and receive photos of wildcat activity up to a year after your return.

Costa Rica Wildcat Conservation Safari from £3,600/USD$4,540

EcoCamp Patagonia, Chile

Eco Camp Patagonia

Track and photograph pumas in Torres del Paine National Park and stay in the world's first geodesic dome hotel. 

Hone your camera skills whilst exploring the soaring mountain peaks in Patagonia. Receive expert photographic tuition and learn from a team of professional puma and fauna trackers who will ensure you make the most of possible wildlife sightings. Stay for six nights at the world's first geodesic dome hotel, the multi-award-winning Eco Camp Patagonia, voted by Travel + Leisure as South America's 2nd best hotel resort in 2017.

 

Namibia safari accommodation; Andersson's Camp

Want to travel with a positive impact?

If you'd like to talk about the positive impact of your next safari, speak to one of our Destination Specialists.

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