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Africa Conservation Travel’s mission is to provide travellers with the highest quality conservation-based safari experience whilst creating awareness for, and ensuring a positive impact on, sustainable and responsible tourism, conservation and community development initiatives.

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Located in Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and the Adventure Capital of Southern Africa, ACT is focused on offering experiential and conservation-conscious itineraries to promote sustainable tourism, raise awareness of conservation initiatives and provide third-party funding support for the conservation and community development sector. By travelling with us, you are automatically making a difference to on-the-ground initiatives focused on protecting and conserving the wildlife and habitats of the areas you visit whilst helping to empower communities to do the same. Whilst the Africa Conservation Travel office is located in Zimbabwe, it offers itineraries across sub-Saharan Africa.

Conscious Travel Experiences

Our vision is to create a greater connection between our guests, the communities, and the conservation of the wildlife and habitats. We have partnered with a number of conservation and community development organisations working on the ground, in each of the areas we promote, to not only create greater understanding and awareness, but to assist and support in their efforts.

Our Benefiting Partners

  • Tikki Hywood Foundation
  • Zambezi Elephant Fund
  • Kariba Animal Welfare Fund Trust
  • Victoria Falls Anti Poaching Unit
  • Painted Dog Conservation
  • Greenline Africa
  • Elephants Without Borders
  • Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust
  • The Soft Foot Alliance

Africa Conservation Travel

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
  • Zimbabwe
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