We harness a shared passion for the natural world, and turn that passion in to pounds for frontline conservation.

A Passion for Travel

Responsible travel, or ecotourism,  is a fantastic way to support the conservation of wildlife and wild spaces, as well as the communities who live in close proximity.

We promote responsible wildlfe travel all around the world so whether you want to trek to see orangutans in the wilds of Indonesia, glimpse jaguars in the Pantanal in Brazil, or catch up with the Great Wildebeest Migration in East Africa you’ll find lots of inspiraton at our dedicated travel sites: Real Asia, Real Americas and Real Africa.

Simply make a holiday enquiry through one of our dedicated sites, and our trusted travel partners will make a small donation on behalf of all confirmed bookings, to support the work of Explorers Against Extinction.

A Passion for Art & Photography

Through the sale of original art and photography we have been able to support multiple frontline projects, from establishing a new working dogs programme in Garamba National Park in the DRC, to equipping Forest Edge Community Rangers working to safeguard tigers in Sumatra.

ALL PROCEEDS from our annual Sketch for Survival exhibition and auction goes to our Project Fund while a percentage of profits from our Affordable Art Gallery also supports our work.

Whether you’re an artist donating a piece to one of our collections, or a consumer bidding for artwork in our auction or buying from our gallery – thank you – you are supporting our projects and helping us to raise awareness about a whole range of issues.

A Passion for Pushing Yourself

Leading an active lifetsyle is a great way to improve your health and well-being.

Whether you’re an individual who loves to test themselves with endurance running/cycling, or someone who just wants to get fit (or fitter) with some friends by working towards a common goal, we’d love you to sign up for one of our many outdoor, active charity challenges exploring Britain, to to some of the iconic destinations further afield, from Mount Kilimanjaro to Everest Base Camp.

It’s a brillant tried and tested way to raise much needed funds for charity and we hope in the process you’ll also have a lot of fun, make friends and learn new skills,  while helping us to raise vital awareness about a host of different conservation issues.