We never advertise or promote the services or products of others. So why share this unique Wildlife Conservation and Travel Adventure Club offer from Africa Geographic? Because this is different in every way you could imagine.
For years now I’ve subscribed to the online Newsletter. Even communicated with Africa Geographic’s dedicated owner, Simon Espley on occasion. He is about wildlife conservation through and through. He loves the African bush and thrills at giving others a taste of it and the iconic animals who call it home.
Marrying Wildlife Conservation and Adventure Travel
Simon and his team at Africa Geographic came up with the perfect solution to enhance both preserving nature and safari adventures… an exclusive membership club. The club includes folks involved in wildlife conservation of all kinds. Folks like us who support Moses Arineitwe and his reformed poacher project. It includes top notch conservationists and researchers who really know the ins and outs of protecting and preserving endangered wildlife species. People like Lisa, a world pangolin expert from the Tikki Hywood Foundation. The Black Mambas, the famous all female anti-poaching team. Andre Botha a vulture expert with the Endangered Wildlife Trust. And the list goes on.
Then on the other side are hand picked lodges and travel destinations that are wildlife friendly. Outfits that have been vetted invested in wildlife conservation on top of earning a profit from their guests. Places like, Africa on Foot who specialize in walking safaris in the Greater Kruger area. Yes, their are lions and elephants present. Sounds so fun!
It’s super exciting for us to be part of this club. It provides us with exposure for our projects and it allows us to meet a slew of amazing folk in both the wildlife conservation and travel adventure space.
If an African Safari is in your future do consider joining the club. You’ll find a whole new world open up to you.