Classic Safari Africa

Safari Lodges and Camps in Africa
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Ant's Hill - South Africa

Save the Waterberg Rhino
In 1998, when we first introduced rhinos to Ant’s Nest, we could not have foreseen the implications of the rhino poaching problem since 2009. It was in 2010 that rhino poaching became a national issue and rhino poaching began in the Waterberg area.

African Community Outreach
African Community Outreach support hundreds of families, visiting with them in their homes providing food, medical care and helping to get children into schools.

The Fold
The Fold exists to provide refuge to children in need by investing love. The plight of the young and defenceless has always been close to our heart. Their primary vision is to assist children who have been ravaged by the loss of family, poverty, disease and abuse.

Pack For A Purpose
Pack for a Purpose’s mission is to positively impact communities around the world by assisting travelers who want to bring meaningful contributions to the destinations they visit.

Cottars 1920s Camp - Kenya

Robin Pope Safaris - Zambia

RPS understands that there is an interdependence between local communities and the wildlife and natural resources our safaris rely upon. Because we operate in rural areas that lack other opportunities, we can greatly impact people's lives. We therefore proactively ensure that local people benefit both financially and in terms of quality of life from our operations

South Luangwa

The Kawaza School Fund is a private fund started by Robin Pope Safaris in 1988 to assist in improving Kawaza Basic School, one of the local schools in the Nsefu Chiefdom. Huge progress has been made at Kawaza Basic School and so The Kawaza School Fund has expanded to assist three more schools: Nsefu Basic School, Kapita Community School and Katapilla Community School.
In 2010 Robin Pope Safaris together with other tour operators in South Luangwa formed Project Luangwa, which as a whole will better serve the community and its different projects. Kawaza School Fund is now managed by Project Luangwa and Robin Pope Safaris continues to actively raise funds for these four schools, the teachers and the many children involved, providing the high degree of support it always has.