Zambia Walking Safari South Luangwa Nsolo Camp

Travel Sustainably

Far & Wild are committed to helping you travel sustainably

Walking and camel safari in Laikipia

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Sustainable and responsible travel

We believe that travel can be a force for good, having a positive impact not just on those travelling, but the areas they visit.

We have a number of initiatives in place from carbon scoring and carbon offsetting, to working with sustainable properties and ensuring we support local projects which empower communities and protect wildlife.

At its best, we believe travel helps build local economies, develop and sustain local communities, allows traditions and cultures to thrive, drives wildlife conservation and opens the eyes and minds of those travelling. In short, it is a force for good, and this is what we aim for all our trips to achieve.

Would you like to travel more sustainably?

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Far & Wild Customer Reviews

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Even in the middle of the Serengeti our Travel Co-ordinator was on hand to sort any hiccups.

June & Steven travelled to Tanzania in February 2019 on a trip organised by Alistair.

A real trip of making memories

Heidi & Family travelled to Malawi in July 2018 on a trip organised by Ben.

A Family Selfie In  Majete

Perfect trip to the Masai Mara

Ellie travelled to Kenya in November 2019 on a trip organised by Ben.

First class travel company

Kathy & Family travelled to Kenya and Mauritius in July 2018 on a trip organised by Alistair.

On Holiday At  Il  Moran

Excellent service from start to finish

Sam & Nick travelled to Kenya in February 2019 on a trip organised by Ben.

Sam And Nick On Honeymoon In Kenya

Our brief was 'Unknown Adventure' and they delivered!

Michael & Teresa travelled to São Tomé and Príncipe in December 2018 on a trip organised by Alistair.

Michael Foster Bom Bom Bridge