The Journeys with Purpose expedition team head to Mozambique to support its threatened wildlife and connect with the local communities.
Connecting ethical adventure travel with the purpose of making a difference. A member from the latest Journeys with Purpose expedition shares her insights.
50 days, four countries and 11,235 km later, South Africa humanitarian and eco-warrior, Carla Geyser, has returned home having led a successful international all-women conservation expedition into Southern Africa.
Discovering stunning spots in the Kruger National Park where no tourist has ever been, becoming part of the food chain for a week by sharing the living space of elephants, hippos, buffaloes and lions, testing your feet, legs and stamina with a 100+ kilometre walking expedition; the newly developed north-to-south Kruger Trail is the stuff that the dreams of adventurous nature lovers are made of.
12 Women from around the world are gearing up for a 50-day conservation adventure from South Africa into Southern Africa. The Journeys with Purpose: Rise of the Matriarch expedition will see the all-women crew travel 9,000 km across four countries to raise awareness about the contentious human-wildlife conflict.
In September 2018, the second, all-female Journeys With Purpose expedition, called ‘Rise of the Matriarch’, will make its way through various southern African countries, taking a limited number of people to visit some extraordinary places and conservation projects.
Kingsley Holgate expedition team successfully reached the most easterly point of the African continent.
In July, 2017, the Journeys With Purpose expedition will make its way through remote parts of South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia, taking a limited number of people to some extraordinary places and conservation projects.
The top things one can do on a 5-day gorilla safari in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.
An all women team travels 15,787 kilometres in a period of 100 days, visiting 10 different countries and 37 projects that work tirelessly to save dwindling elephant populations.
Discover the hidden gem of Kakamega Forest in West Kenya – a tiny fragment of remnant tropical rainforest.
A group of South African hikers conquer the 85-kilometre Fish River Canyon Hike in Namibia during heritage month!
Celebrating a decade of corridor conservation, which focuses on linking three of South Africa’s finest treasures of biodiversity.
A journey to Chew Bahir – Best told from the scribbles in Kingsley Holgate’s expedition journal…
Our guests rave about their time spent in Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa.
Experience Luangwa by water with a unique boating safari along the famous Luangwa River.
Situated in the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley, Murchison Falls National Park is undoubtedly one of the country’s natural highlights.
Kasanka National Park will soon play host to the biggest mammal migration on Earth.
Hiking up the volcano that is Ethiopia’s Erta Ale and glimpsing into the rising, spitting, shifting, bubbling lava lake at its core.
A trip of a lifetime to Uganda with spectacular sightings of birds, great apes, and so much more.
A trip of a lifetime in the Okavango Delta – buffalo on foot, elephants playing in the water and a birdwatchers’ paradise.
Meet some of the tribes and hone your photography skills in the remote Omo Valley region of Ethiopia.
Is this Africa’s most iconic safari right now? Gorillas, volcanoes and mountains of the moon. Two of our clients explain why they loved it!
From the thrill of driving through the beautiful Kalahari wilderness to the excitement of camping under the immense African sky, a self-drive safari entices many Botswana visitors. Here are 10 security tips to keep you safe.
A visit to the Gede Ruins uncovers a lost Swahili civilisation and tells stories of how they used to live.
Traveller Derek Cullen packs up his tent and conquers the volcanic crater of Mount Longonot, Kenya.
Summiting Point Lenana – one of Mount Kenya’s three peaks and the only accessible one in the UNESCO World Heritage national park.
Women to embark on a great expedition for the African elephant – 10,000km, 10 countries and a R1,000,000 goal.
Three mobile journalists get ready to set off on a cycle expedition from Cape Town to Addis Ababa in search of stories that demonstrate innovative and solutions-orientated approaches to challenges across the continent.
A photographer is given a second chance at life and uses it to embark on the ultimate bucket list photographic safari to Kenya’s Maasai Mara.
The sailing ship, Picton Castle, anchors in Dakar in Senegal for an unforgettable experience of the bustling city.
The challenge of climbing the Aberdare Mountains, which lie about three hours north-east of Nairobi and border the Great Rift Valley.
Heading ‘The Fast Way Down’ from London to Cape Town in an attempt to break the world record and raise money for the Pro Track Anti-Poaching Unit in South Africa.
Two South African sisters are back in Cape Town after cycling 6,000 kilometres across Southeast Asia to create awareness about the plight of the rhino.
The amazing experience of climbing Nyiragongo – an active volcano in the middle of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Kingsley finds the ‘Heart of Africa’ in the world’s second lung – the Congo Rainforest.
The adventurous team on the Heart of Africa expedition won’t let a few setbacks deter them in their quest to get to the northern rainforests of the Republic of Congo.
Adventurers on the Heart of Africa expedition battle with the continent’s best little conservationists – the tsetse flies – while the source of the Zambezi brings back memories for Kingsely Holgate.
Professional wildlife photographer and guide, Albie Venter, joins our Photographer of the Year on a dream safari in Uganda.
In the ins and outs of Kingsley Holgate’s expedition into the heart of Africa.
Kingsley Holgate, Africa’s supreme adventurer and philanthropist, will begin his next expedition into some of the most dangerous and unexplored regions of Africa – all in search of its beating heart.
The trials and tribulations of summiting Mnt Kilimanjaro.
As if a three month canoe expedition down the Okavango River system wasn’t enough, Josh Iremonger and Dan Dugmore have also discovered crocodile nests in Angola and contributed to important research on the species.
A Brazilian journalist, who also happens to be the first Latin American to join the Tour d’Afrique, has written a book about his four month cycling experience.
Jeff & Kerryn honeymooning their way around South Africa.
Africa Geographic Travel’s second Madikwe photo safari is a great success!