Travel With Us
With a name like Explorers Against Extinction, and patrons including Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Levison Wood, it will come as no surprise to learn that a passion for travel and adventure runs deep. We strongly believe that the benefits of responsible travel – high quality, low density travel which supports the protection of wildlife, wild spaces and local communities – outweighs the environmental impact of travelling to and from a destination.
Your holiday pounds and dollars have the power to transform livelihoods through employment opportunities, and to attract investment which in turn improves essential services including water supply, infrastructure, clinics and schools.
By booking your holiday through our trusted travel network you can not only support conservation in the places you are visiting but you’ll also be supporting the running of Explorers Against Extinction at no additonal cost to you- for confirmed bookings, we earn a small referral commission from our travel partners. In return you’ll receive complimentary one year membership to our Explorer Club providing a behind-the-scenes look at the work we do.
Our Bespoke Tailormade Travel Brands
Partnerships to Protect the Wild
Explorers Against Extinction offers tailormade holidays through select expert partners to some of the wildest places on Earth. Sustainable eco-tourism – high quality, low density travel which supports the protection of wildlife, wild spaces and local communities – ensures the benefits of your trip outweigh the environmental impact of getting there and back. Our travel network offers:
*Expert first-hand knowledge from small specialist operators;
*Comprehensive bonding for complete peace of mind and financial security;
*Local guides wherever possible, and camps/lodges who employ largely local staff;
*Properties that reduce their environmental impact through use of renewable energies and recycling/responsible waste disposal;
*Sustainable activities focusing on the natural world, and visits and experiences in line with responsible wildlife tourism.