Tanzania offers some of the best eco-lodges and eco-resorts in Africa. For those who are embracing a more sustainable trip, Tanzania won't disappoint.
We believe that the most effective and immediate way to make a positive impact on wildlife conservation and community development is to go on safari. Through paying conservation fees – a tariff worked into the cost of your safari that's collected by our partners and transferred to indigenous landowners – you directly finance conservation and give communities (like the Maasai and Samburu) a tangible incentive to protect East Africa’s beautiful flora and fauna.
Also, booking your safari at the top eco-friendly lodges and camps in Kenya and Tanzania helps create jobs for local community members.
Ecotourism in East Africa will play a vital role in the recovery of safari travel, now more than ever. And by going on a sustainable safari, you have the opportunity to give back. So, if you’re considering a safari with a purpose, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite eco-friendly lodges in East Africa.