It's time to plan that late-winter vacation. Perhaps skiing is in store for you, or maybe a trip to a rainforest. Wouldn't it be ideal to visit a resort where the company is giving back? Maybe they are distributing some of their profits to the community, setting up foundations or providing jobs to locals.
There are many places doing just that.
Conservation Corporation Africa
, an African safari company, founded by the
about 15 years ago with the goal of empowering communities through conservation.
The foundation has implemented many successful projects with a focus on improving health care by building clinics, providing access to water, building classrooms, donating school supplies and assisting children and orphans.
The company not only provides resources to the community, but also employs over 2,500 people. It offers 16 travel destinations, and started giving back from the day of the company's inception in 1991 to demonstrate that the rewards of wildlife and nature conservation could be sustained through tourism in a way that benefits travelers, the land and local communities.
You can experience life-changing luxurious safaris, at the same time knowing that your travel dollars are being put back into ongoing conservation development and community empowerment. The company's model strives to improve communities that directly impact its revenue.
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