Experiences, people, conservation & culture, are all the interconnected elements of what makes a safari authentic. World Safari Day is a reminder of the importance of preserving and rejuvenating these aspects. We’ll keep you up-to-date with exciting happenings within the industry as the world opens up again with news, podcasts and more.
Established by African Bush Camps, we aim to revive the essential safari tourism industry, which has such a positive impact on Africa’s people and wildlife. People are powerful, especially when we get behind a good cause - so please help us by celebrating #WorldSafariDay, on the 25th of November.
In light of the pandemic, tourism has arguably taken the biggest hit in the world ‘shutdown’. While it’s given the industry time to pause and adjust, the multitude of benefits safaris bring to Africa must be celebrated. We need to fly the flag high and get people back to nature!
A safari isn’t just a passive holiday. Walking safaris, canoeing safaris, game drives, mokoro excursions, community visits, boat rides – all of this is a way to experience your environment, connect to nature and help you live in the moment.
Guides, Rangers, Leaders & Conservationists & all those who share the safari experience. The heroes of the natural world, dedicating their life to the longevity of wildlife and wild places.
Conservation is an interconnected term that incorporates responsible & sustainable tourism to ensure these wild places are preserved for future generations. Responsible tourism empowers communities through education & conservation.
A safari celebrates a culture of inclusivity and shares the history of the land and people with those willing to learn. Safaris allow us to experience Africa and the people that call it home. We come away having learnt about their culture, traditions and customs.