Supporting local community schools
African Safari Experience and sister company Zambian Safari Experience, is the culmination of the founder, Steve Roberts' idea to bring a wider travelling audience to Sub Saharan African and encounter the fascinating cultures of the region. Such is his love of Zambia that part of his ethos was to Give Back to the place that has been his working passion.
Children's Learning Centre
Like many other African countries, there are difficulties for children, particularly those disadvantaged and/or left without parents and family. Steve's desire to do something beneficial for the local community has really come to the fore now that he has become involved in the Baobuyu Learning Centre in Livingstone, Zambia.
Initially sponsoring a child himself, gradually Steve has encouraged friends and family to sponsor children and keeps them up to date on how those children are progressing. This has then grown into trying to promote the sponsorship to a wider platform.
With this in mind, Livingstone is an ideal destination resort for African Safari Experience with the aim of enabling sponsors to visit the Learning Centre and really engage with the child they sponsor. We actively encourage you to see the benefits that your financial support makes to these children as well as opening the opportunity for people to volunteer.
Should you be interested in supporting one of the disadvantaged children then please contact us for more details.
Snare sweeps in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park
African Safari Experience has agreed with the Zambian government to take over this project from a voluntary organization that sadly can't continue.
The purpose of this project is to remove snares from our National park, Mosi-oa-Tunya, to save our African wild animals from a cruel and painful death at the hands of these unscrupulous poachers. Because of the worsening economic climate, poaching is ever increasing so the challenge to look after our precious wildlife becomes more difficult by the day.
African Safari Experience has taken on this job since April and we've removed 58 snares already!!
Every snare (trap) that we remove from our national park potentially saves the life of one of these beautiful creatures.
DO YOU WANT TO GET INVOLVED AND HELP FUNDING FOR THIS ESSENTIAL PROJECT? PLEASE CLICK HERE.