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Cheesemans' Ecology Safaris

Our Conservation

Conservation Is Our Battle Cry!

Our company ethos has always regarded conservation as inseparable from responsible tourism. We struggle with the dilemma that traveling worldwide expends climate-changing carbon. However, we wholeheartedly believe that traveling with us will cultivate your passion for conserving our beautiful world, while stimulating each destination’s local economies.

RESPONSIBLE TOURISM

Our trip leaders lead by example, share tips, and offer various ways to travel lightly and eco-consciously. Each local operator is selected by Cheesemans’ with conservation unique to the destination in mind.

DESTINATION-SPECIFIC CONSERVATION

Our destinations model impactful grassroots practices for conservation. We provide actions you can take before, during, and after your trip to support their efforts towards positive change.

CARBON OFFSETS

When you book with us, we fully offset your carbon emissions throughout the duration of your trip, and in return, you pledge to offset your carbon emissions to and from your trip. Together we can make a difference!

Responsible Tourism

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Connect with like-minded travelers, leaders, and operators that share the same passion for wildlife, travel, and conservation as you. When we travel responsibly, we help protect and preserve the places that can intrigue and inspire others for many generations to come.

Destination-Specific Conservation

Cheesemans’ goal is to ensure that each of our destinations benefit on a grass-roots level. To do so, we are working with local operators in each destination to create an interactive list to facilitate this effort. This is a work in progress, so please check back as we develop this further.

Check out our interactive map below to see how you can help in the destinations we travel to. Please note that the countries shown in green are those we currently have grass-roots conservation efforts underway. These countries, once clicked, will take you to their location-specific conservation page.