Visit one of the Explorer projects on your own unique safari
Explorers against Extinction offers a unique range of holidays & safaris that give you the opportunity to visit a featured conservation project in Africa first hand.
The profits from these holidays is donated to the projects you visit . You can
walk with the anti-poaching dog squad at Ol Pejeta in Kenya, meet
rhino conservation teams in Botswana
foster an elephant orphan, meeting both elephant and the rangers caring for it, during your safari. There are other options too, such as visiting the HQ of
Save the Elephantswith a stay at Saba Douglas-Hamilton's Elephant Watch Camp in Samburu, or visiting one of the many community projects so vital in the journey to conserve wildlife and wild spaces. To see more of our conservation safaris
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The Explorers Classic Safari, Kenya
This is a wonderful classic safari, incorporating three contrasting safari areas, giving you a fantastic opportunity to see the Big Five. Visits to the Giraffe Centre and Sheldrick Trust are included - we even foster a baby elephant on your behalf which you can meet during your visit. At Ol Pejeta, a not for profit conservancy where the anti poaching dogs of Animals saving Animals are trained, you have many conservation activities to choose from including walking with the anti poaching dogs and learning about their role and visiting the last three northern white rhinos in the world.
This fly-in safari to the Masai Mara celebrates wildlife, giving you five wonderful days at Governors' Camps , close to the Musiara Marsh, famous for its superb big cat population. The net profit from the safari will be donated directly to the programs being supported via the Explorers campaign. In addition the Real Africa Trust will foster a baby elephant, in the care of the Sheldrick Trust, on behalf of every group of clients visiting Kenya, whom you will have the chance to visit during your trip.
A fantastic fly-in safari staying at small tented camps in Ol Pejeta Conservancy and a private concession in the Masai Mara. At Ol Pejeta you can visit the anti-poaching dog squad trained by ASA. Explorers against Extinction will also foster a baby elephant on your behalf, being cared for by our partner The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
This Explorers against Extinction
safari with Desert & Delta gives you the opportunity to see many iconic species in the wilds of Botswana. Visit the fabled Savute region of Chobe, stay riverside on the edge of the Makgadikgadi National Park and explore the delights of the Okavango Delta. This is the place chosen by Rhino Conservation Botswana
(RCB) to be a safe haven for rhino. RCB is working to increase and protect populations of black and white rhinos in Botswana and by going on safari here you can learn about the project and support conservation efforts.
This fly-in safari includes a night in Nairobi and then a 4 night stay at Elephant Watch Camp, tailored to focus on elephants and their conservation. Elephant Watch Camp is run by Saba Douglas-Hamilton
and her family with Samburu guides trained to recognise all the elephants in the reserve. The emphasis is on watching the local elephants, getting up close and learning all about the conservation work done by charitySave The Elephants (STE). STE is a partner of the Real Africa Trust. We have raised in the region of $20,000 for them to date. The net profit from this trip is donated to the Explorers Fund to support further conservation efforts.
This fabulous trip incorporates three very different lodges in diverse areas of Kenya with a focus on sustainability and giving back. Stay at the iconic Giraffe Manor, Karen where you can breakfast with endangered Rothschild's Giraffes and visit the nearby Sheldrick Trust elephant nursery, fly to the heart of the Masai Mara to Sala's Camp, a wonderful riverside tented camp in a prime wildlife area, famous for its big cats, and in an excellent position for the Great Migration between late June and September, and stay at beautiful Solio, a private wildlife sanctuary, tucked in the valley between the lofty slopes of Mount Kenya and the peaks of the Aberdare Mountains.The Solio Reserve is internationally recognised as the most successful private rhino breeding reserve in Kenya and visitors will find that sightings of up to 40 rhinoceros at a time are not uncommon.