Living Earth Adventures is proud to work together with the following organizations and charities:
African Impact is Africa’s leading specialist in volunteering. Started by a Zimbabwean family with a huge passion for Africa’s people and its wildlife, African Impact welcomed its first volunteers in 2005. Since then, the company has developed a large number of projects throughout Africa, and is proud to offer sustainable support to local communities and conservation initiatives, while providing rewarding and life-changing experiences for international travelers.
Encounter Mara is an exclusive, luxury, eco-friendly tented safari camp in the world-famous Masai Mara. Situated in the private Mara Naboisho Conservancy, the camp’s extraordinary riverside location with stunning views provides exclusive and unrivaled game viewing opportunities without the hordes of vehicles accustomed to other areas of the Masai Mara. With twelve spacious and private tents blending into the natural environment, game-viewing starts from the camp itself, with impressive densities of game in its immediate surroundings, including the big cats and the annual wildebeest great migration the Masai Mara is renowned for.
Chris Weston is a UK-based wildlife photojournalist and co-founder of Living Earth Adventures. His photographs has been published in international media and magazines, and he has written twenty-nine books on wildlife and photography, including his most recent title, Animals on the Edge - Reporting from the Frontline of Extinction.
Situated in the Zimbabwe Midlands, Antelope Park is a stunning game reserve that offers a range of truly unique activities. Not only can you experience the African bush on the back of an elephant - you can also walk with lions. As part of the world’s first Lion Rehabilitation & Release into the Wild Programme, Antelope Park offers personal and educational encounters with lions.
Annabel Vere is a London-based photographer with a passion for traveling. Her work covers bands, portraits, landscape, and wildlife, and her work has been published in a large number of books and magazines. We are excited to be using some of her images.
The African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of the African lion. The Trust supports the four-stage African Lion Rehabilitation and Release into the Wild Program, which aims to provide a solution to augmenting the sharply decreasing numbers of lions through the release of wild-borne offspring from rehabilitated captive bred lions.