“Combining efforts in charitable activities brings people from all walks of life together to share their voice and work jointly for a greater impact in driving change”

As travel increasingly becomes more about the things money cannot buy – shared experiences and treasured memories – so many guests want to make a personal connection and positive contribution to the places they visit. We at Eye See Africa have identified a few organizations in conservation, health, education and culture, facing challenges in their respective communities. We would like to introduce civic-minded travelers to a few of the grassroots organizations in Africa. We will donate a percentage of your trip-spend with us to the charity of your choice and in this way make a difference in the places you visit.


Greenpop is a social business which believes green and sustainable living can be fun, popular and accessible for all. They believe in inspiring a greener, more conscious and inclusive movement and do this through tree planting projects, green events, education, social media and volunteerism . Eye See Africa promises to donate a percentage of your trip to Greenpop, to plant a tree on your behalf in Africa.


Uthando (Love) South Africa is a unique and innovative Non Profit and Fair Trade in Tourism accredited company. The aim of Uthando is to raise funds and other forms of assistance for community development projects in South Africa. One of Uthando’s projects, the Mdzananda Animal Clinic, helps to alleviate suffering and improve the lives of animals and their caregivers.


In South Africa there are over 21,000 children living in 345 registered children’s homes. At 18 they are forced to leave when government funding ceases. There is no support system for them and a scarcity of alternative care programmes. SA Yes helps these young people to avoid problem and high-risk behaviour and to  re-integrate into the community


Desert-adapted lions in Namibia occur mostly outside protected areas in the Kunene Region. Lions often prey on domestic livestock and farmers respond by shooting or poisoning them, in order to protect their livelihood. There is a need for sustainable use of lions for eco-tourism purposes, which provides tangible benefits to the communities, and for proactive management of human/lion conflicts.


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