‘A talkative bird will not build a nest’ sums up our approach to charity work and ‘giving back’. It speaks to our ethos of ‘deeds, not words’, which many of our travellers share. We’re often asked by our clients how they can directly benefit the communities or animals they’ve encountered on their journey, so we’ve prepared this list of ways to make a personal contribution to Africa that continues giving long after you’ve returned home.
Go2Africa's fundamental approach to travel sets us apart. It’s how we create the kind of vacation that you remember for years to come, and it depends as much on our first-hand expertise as it does on the relationship we build with you. You don’t pay for it but it’s our most valuable service: putting you in the right place at the right time in the right hands to witness Africa’s greatest wild events.
Soft white snowfall on Christmas Day is a real scene-stealer but the months before and after the powdery magic give the northern hemisphere winter a bad name: sludgy ice mixed with mud tracked all over your living room and grey skies as dull and endless as left-over turkey. Luckily, there's a a perfectly balmy solution to escape your central heating and trade your thermal underwear for beachwear and sandals: say ‘hello’ to Christmas in Africa.