Restoring the Environment

We’re driven by the need to explore and have the freedom to expand our horizons, but we know that travelling irresponsibly comes at a cost for the environment. Going green is no longer an option, it’s a necessity.

One of our key objectives at Go2Africa is to work with partners that are dedicated to keeping the environments we visit in pristine condition, and to help restore destinations that have been negatively impacted. We want to live in a world where people and nature work in harmony, and the only thing we leave behind are light footprints.


Greenpop is an award-winning non-profit organisation that plants trees in urban greening and reforestation projects, as well as spreads environmental awareness. They have planted over 70,000 indigenous and fruit trees across sub-Saharan Africa. For each Go2Africa client that stays at one of our selected Western Cape lodges, Greenpop will plant a tree, helping to restore our natural world.

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Travelife is a leading system of benchmarking, certification and advice for green travel. Travelife sustainability certification helps us improve and independently verify our environmental positive impact.

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Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund

Our partnership with the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund provides our clients with a deeper and richer gorilla trekking experience when visiting Rwanda. We offer immersive gorilla conservation experiences that help raise critical funds for educational needs, provide clean water and basic healthcare to the local community, and aid gorilla conservation efforts to save an endangered species.

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B Corp

Go2Africa is proud to be B Corp certified, authentically living our commitment to using business as a powerful force for positive impact. Our certification proves to our clients that we have an unwavering dedication to sustainability, transparency, and ethical business practices – while also holding us accountable to high standards of community upliftment, environmental sustainability and the protection of wildlife.

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