Conservation Safari: Safari with Purpose
Going on a safari sounds exhilarating and refreshing, right?
It is an experience of a lifetime to come in contact with the best that nature has to offer you. But did you know that this adventure could be a two-way road, with everyone benefitting from it?
A Conservation Safari is a very thoughtful approach to this idea of giving back to the environment. Coupled with the beautiful lands of Zambia, this idea becomes even more attractive.
When on a safari, you can closely witness the environment, wildlife, and communities in that area. This allows you to have a deeper appreciation for what nature and these people present, and in return, you can give a helping hand for conservational purposes.
The Benefits of a Conservation Safari
This conservation entails a lot of things! Your funds and resources are used to preserve the wildlife as well as the culture and heritage of the place you are visiting. These could include:
- Funding education
- Promoting craftsmanship and skill development
- Researching sustainable ways to promote tourism
- Job opportunities
- Reducing waste production and promoting clean waste riddance methods
This list is just an overview of how your involvement can bring about a positive change while you’re having fun.
What Can You Do on a Conservation Safari?
Capturing The Views
Safaris are not complete without documenting every step of the way to decorate your scrapbook.
But did you know that your pictures and videos can help the research teams on the ground develop extensive records and data of all the species in the wildlife? This could include lions, giraffes, leopards, and other animals out in their world.
Please do not hesitate to contact Keryy and her team for a organizing a unique programme, which incorporates wildlife, culture and communities, and much more at [email protected] or with one of the 20 Zambia tour companies and lodges exhibiting at the Go Zambia show.
Several beautiful animals and birds are unique in their sounds, and scientists are keen on recording these voices.
Conservational safaris are a great way to participate in this excursion and listen to these noises by funding special hearing devices that can capture this wilderness.
When you head to a place as a visitor, it is necessary to pay attention to and be considerate of the community of that area. It makes the journey more personal, and the community feels more respected.
When on a safari, you can get involved in projects and funds that promote people’s welfare and success through education, healthcare, and jobs.
Furthermore, you can volunteer in the law enforcement and protection groups that protect the wildlife from hunting, poaching, and illegal tracking. This will spark in you a deep admiration for the work they do so that you may take an active part in future visits.
The best things in life come in twos, and a Conservation Safari is a prime example of that. So, the next time you feel like going on vacation, head on over to Zambia for a purposeful trip!