Natural World Safaris conservation
At Natural World Safaris we frequently monitor the social, economic and environmental impact of our travel operations to ensure we are at the forefront of a sustainable and ethical tourism industry. We aim to work collaboratively with our partners and suppliers who we view as crucial stakeholders in the natural and cultural experiences we offer.
By the nature of bringing visitors into an area in a responsible way, bespoke safaris contribute significantly to local economies, communities and to the protection of wildlife and habitat, via payments to the ground operators, land and lodge owners. While we do not employ people on the ground directly, our carefully selected partners employ local naturalists, safari guides and specialists whose activities support and sustain their environment and educate and enlighten visitors.
We endeavour to design creative itineraries and adventures that not only excite our discerning travellers, but that actively support grass-roots projects in the destinations we travel to. In some areas this allows us to give our clients unique access to protected habitats, where they can learn about research and track endangered species. We also support a number of conservation projects worldwide and are an active voice for habitat preservation both in the UK and in our destinations.
This year we will be focusing on the following areas and initiatives:
We don’t have one charity we support, rather some favourite projects that we have personal experience of and where we know our presence can offer a tangible positive impact.