The life-changing adventures that we curate are only made possible because of the extraordinary people, wildlife, and communities that call this beautiful continent home. Accordingly, a vital pillar of our mission here at Exeter Safari Company is the continued upliftment and support of the people and places that make it all possible. For this reason, a portion of the sales from every trip booked with Exeter Safari Company goes towards supporting one of our many community initiatives.
How your adventure to Africa is changing lives!
Uthando (Love) South Africa
One of our primary partners in Africa is Uthando, a certified non-profit organization that creates a unique link between tourism and community development projects. These initiatives provide stability for the local population and create growth opportunities. For any of our travelers spending time in Cape Town, we are always happy to schedule a respectful, interesting, and entertaining philanthropic tour where you will have the opportunity to see Uthando in action!
From their workshop in South Luangwa, Zambia, local craftswomen use snare wire recovered from poaching traps to create jewelry designs inspired by the African bush. Each jewelry purchase supports the courageous team and their families, and raises funds for local conservation efforts to protect Zambia’s breathtaking wildlife. Our travelers will each receive a piece of Mulberry Mongoose jewelry in their pre-departure package, and so by simply traveling with Exeter Safari Company you are contributing to this incredible organization.
Cheetah Conservation Fund
Founded in Namibia in 1990, Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) is dedicated to preserving and protecting Africa’s dwindling Cheetah population. Their mission is to be the internationally recognized center of excellence in the conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystems. Working with all stakeholders, CCF develops best practices in research, education, and land use to benefit all species, including people. By traveling with Exeter Safari Company, you are contributing to the conservation, research, and protection of this iconic species across Africa.