Botswana family safari holiday
Description of Botswana family safari holiday
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetWe know it is not possible to have a 100% carbon free vacation, but you and your family can assist by reducing environmental damage by staying in an eco-lodge and having a responsible vacation hence we have used these properties as they are eco friendly and every guest is provided with a stainless steel drinking water bottle to be refilled with pure filtered water which has undergone a triple water filtration system. We can all do our bit to minimize the use of plastic bottles which damage our precious environment as they will land up in landfill. Both camps have converted to solar power for heating and lighting with backup generators where needed.
We strongly believe in passing on our knowledge to younger generations and educating them on the importance of preserving our environment. We recommend lodges that engage our youngest clients through educational Junior Ranger Programmes giving them a greater understanding of conservation and the ecosystem through interactive activities.
As part of the itinerary there is walking safaris, bush walks and mokoro’s canoe’s which are low impact transport. We always suggest that you look at how you can counter carbon emissions prior to taking your trip.
Environmental Policy and Recycling Project in our office
As an office we run paperless and have a recycling system in place. We have 3 recycle bins for paper, plastic, and glass where all recycled goods are put. Then we have a non-profit organization that collects our recycling once a month and in exchange we will give them a small donation,
PeopleWe support the community and have ensured that the lodges in this itinerary do as such. The camps are private, owner-run by African residents.
Linyanti Bush Camp runs Pack for a Purpose that supports a local community sewing project from the village residents and the main objective of this is to assist the local community to take an initiative to develop their own income. Another project they support is a basket weaving co-operative that has been created to provide employment for women (up to 20 ladies and growing). The baskets are eco friendly as all dyes used are natural.
Khwai Bush Camp definitely supports the local community as it works together with the communities located in the areas surrounding and gives locals an opportunity to be self-sustainable. By sharing knowledge there has been a decrease in the human-wildlife conflict. We also take the opportunity to visit the locals and become accustomed to their way of life.
Both camps are part of a foundation that is not-for-profit with the vision of creating opportunities that empower rural communities located in vulnerable wildlife areas. The programs focus on education and community empowerment.
As part of the itinerary $10 from each camp are donated to the above foundation and go directly to the many community projects.