Zambia and Malawi
African Parks is a non-profit conservation organisation that takes on the complete responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of protected areas in partnership with governments and local communities. They have 18 parks under management
Bumi Hills, Omay North, South West shore of Lake Kariba
Boots on the ground, boats on the water - their scouts patrol 24/7 in a structured campaign to prevent and combat poaching and wildlife smuggling.
Chikumbuso means Remembrance, of those who died of AIDS and to do for others. At Chikumbuso we have stepped into a circle of compassion, of prayer, and of community engagement and transformation through education, micro-enterprise and love.
Chipembele runs extensive, inspirational and impactful conservation education programmes in the schools and communities close to South Luangwa National Park. This helps to conserve wildlife, protect habitats and generate sustainable development for all.
Conservation Lower Zambezi is a non-profit organisation that has been operating for over 25 years. They focus on conserving the Lower Zambezi through wildlife protection, environmental education and community engagement.
CSL is a community based conservation organisation working in close partnership with DNPW. We support 65 scouts for anti-poaching patrols, a Detection dog unit, Wildlife vet, Pilot for aerial surveillance and a Human-Wildlife Conflict mitigation team.
Kafue National Park
Musekese Conservation is partnered with Zambia’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife and helps provide resources for law enforcement and research initiatives that contribute to the preservation of wildlife and communities within the Kafue National
At the heart of Project Luangwa is the belief in empowering communities through the benefits of tourism. Established in 2010 by some of the tour operators in South Luangwa, the project strives to improve standards of health and education.
Root to Fruit provides employment to rural communities, improves livelihoods and offsets your carbon footprint. Trees are planted and then nurtured on your behalf. The project is based on the shores of Lake Malawi, and run by local Malawians.
The Siankaba Community Trust helps provide the tools to support and encourage the community of Siankaba to live sustainable, self-sufficient lives. Examples include the provision of freshwater boreholes and seeds as well as giving local children a good ba
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
This Foundation is dedicated to the upliftment of humanity and wildlife, and brings together communities, local authorities, and the private sector to provide the following: Access to water, food security, sanitation, education, local empowerment etc.
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
The Victoria Falls Anti Poaching Unit was established in 1999 and strives to combat the menace of poaching in the region. Working with relevant authorities, other wildlife organisations and concerned stakeholders, VFAPU represents a voice for the wildlife
Wild Horizons established the Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust, a non-profit entity and dedicated vehicle for promoting conservation awareness, education and the empowerment of local communities, through the sustainable use of endemic resources.
Middle Zambezi Valley
Zambezi Elephant Fund is a diverse group of Zimbabweans who work with Zambezi Valley stakeholders in anti-poaching/maintaining healthy elephant populations and other wildlife, preserving biodiversity, restoring lost and critical habitats and assisting wit
Corporate Air is a licensed air charter company offering non-scheduled flights in Zambia and neighbouring countries. We provide a safe, compliant and efficient aviation operation. We understand fully that “time is money”.
Altair (the brightest star in the Aquila constellation) is owned by Giles Raynor and has been in operation since 2003 with Giles having flown for more than 40 years. They operate flights throughout Zimbabwe using Cessna 206’s and Piper Navajos.
Edward runs specialist photographic safaris across Southern Africa from his base in Zambia’s famous South Luangwa. With 10 years living in the Luangwa, he offers guests a specialised safari blending photographic opportunities with expert wildlife guidin
Victoria Falls, Livingstone, Kasane
Based in Victoria Falls, Leza offers a private Tour Leader and Guest Relations Concierge. She meets our clients on arrival into Victoria Falls, Livingstone and Kasane and is on hand to ensure everything goes smoothly during their stay.
Proflight Zambia was established in 1991 and is Zambia’s leading scheduled airline. From its base in Lusaka its domestic routes include Livingstone, Mfuwe, Lower Zambezi, Ndola and Solwezi, with regional routes to Durban and Johannesburg in South Africa
ProCharter is Zambia’s largest charter operator with 11 aircraft exclusively available for charter. Aircraft operated range from 5 to 56 seaters with ability to access remote bush strips and any licensed airstrip within Zambia or the region.
An owner run company providing road transfers in and around Harare as well as cross country. Their drivers are helpful and experienced and their vehicles are well maintained and comfortable.
Tours Africa is a small and personal Meet and Greet and Transfer company based at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka. Their reliable and friendly team offer a seamless and efficient first impression for all of our guests arriving into Lusaka.
Ulendo Airlink offer scheduled and charter flight services to destinations in both Malawi and the region, including the South Luangwa. A friendly and efficient team offer meet & greet services from their base at Lilongwe airport.
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Take a trip to Elephant’s Walk Shopping & Artist Village where local creatives, boutique shops and studios abound. Browse the shops, interact with local artists or just enjoy a coffee or meal in the tropical courtyard at the Ellie Café.
Lusaka Collective is a hidden treasure trove located behind a bustling street food market- embracing authenticity and everyday life in Lusaka. Dedicated to the development and promotion of the best of Zambian design.
To a backdrop of passing elephant a team of Zambian women hand craft jewellery from poachers’ snare wire. Their designs are inspired by the African bush. Sold internationally they have raised $100,000 for conservation through sales.
Tribal Textiles is a conscious home décor brand, blending traditional craftsmanship with contemporary composition. Textiles are ethically handcrafted by local artisans using sustainable materials. A workshop tour is a highlight to a stay in South Luangwa
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