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There is great need in Africa. We at Africa Adventure Consultants support a number of worthy causes helping both people and wildlife in Africa. For every client who visits Africa with us, we donate $25 to one of the following non-profit programs:

Giraffe Conservation Foundation

Giraffe numbers have plummeted from 140,000 in the late 1990s to less than 80,000 today. In the past 30 years, giraffes have become extinct in at least 7 African nations. The main threats to the species are habitat loss, habitat fragmentation, disease and, increasingly, poaching. The Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) is the only non-profit in the world that concentrates solely on the conservation and management of giraffe in the wild throughout Africa. Their work has had a positive impact on over 100 million acres of giraffe habitat and helps to protect all four species of giraffe. To learn more about Giraffe Conservation Foundation, visit


Grevy’s Zebra Trust

The Grevy’s Zebra Trust (GZT) was founded in 2007 for the protection of the Grevy’s zebras and their habitat. Grevy’s zebra numbers have declined rapidly, dropping from roughly 15,000 in the late 1970s to just 3,000 today. They are now one of Africa’s most endangered large mammals. The Conservancy works to engage and incorporate local communities in protecting Grevy’s zebra in Ethiopia and Kenya. To learn more about Grevy’s Zebra Trust, visit



Musana empowers communities to “be the change” by creating sustainable enterprises that break the cycle of dependency and build pathways out of poverty. Musana tackles poverty through an integrated, holistic approach, using income-generating projects as a catalyst for change. They recognize the multifaceted and interconnected needs of the most vulnerable, bringing economic and social development together. Each enterprise meets a need in the community, working independently but in support of each other. All of Musana’s initiatives work together to create a movement of sustainable solutions that are transforming communities throughout Uganda. To learn more about Musana, visit


Project Luangwa

Project Luangwa seeks to facilitate community empowerment through the benefits of tourism, by improving education and gender equality in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley. Since 2010, a group of the valley’s tour operators recognized the need to empower communities and show the incredible benefits that wildlife and an unspoiled habitat bring to the region. Project Luangwa seeks to reaffirm the importance of tourism as a force for good. To learn more about Project Luangwa, visit

Travel Green

Travel has an impact on the environment. Carbon dioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels are causing the Earth’s climate to change and warm, which will have catastrophic results if we do not act to reduce them. But without travel, we’d miss out on opportunities to see new places, meet new people—to think and live globally. In Africa, wildlife reserves would not have the income to continue protecting wildlife, the millions of people employed in the tourism industry would be unemployed and the critical sharing of cultures would not take place. We believe travel is imperative to fostering a peaceful world.

At Africa Adventure Consultants, we strive to minimize our overall footprint on this earth. We are especially aware of the environmental challenges that the delicate ecosystems of Africa are facing, and now more than ever are taking an active role in protecting these areas for future generations.

Africa Adventure Consultants helps save the planet by continually reducing and minimizing carbon emissions, reducing waste and re-using wherever possible. We support legislation that requires mandatory greenhouse gas reductions and efforts by others to reduce CO2. We continue to work with African partner companies to reduce CO2 emissions by implementing solar and wind power schemes, reduce wood burning, protect land to create carbon sinks, and more.

Our Denver office does the following to reduce our carbon footprint:

  • Having already eliminated or reduced most paper brochures and documents, we use recycled paper for all printed materials still needed.
  • We re-use and/or recycle all waste paper.
  • We research, hand-select and recommend camps, lodges and hotels with excellent environmental practices and policies.
  • Reduce drive times for employees when possible and offer remote work opportunities for many employees

We also encourage guests to participate in our charities program which helps fund sustainable development and conservation in the regions where we travel. For more information on our unique program, call us at 866-778-1089.

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