We are a group of friends who share a profound love of nature and wildlife. The first time we met was at a meditation retreat in London. A friendship was born, and a few months later we found ourselves on a three-week trip to Uganda.
Coming back to London, we realised Uganda has claimed a special place in our hearts. As a result, our second trip was planned for June 2018 with a clear intention in mind - setting up a travel agency to make Uganda’s natural beauty accessible to tourists from around the world. The idea, however, lacked a deeper meaning. Unable to be indifferent to the current extent of the plight of our planet, our shared love of nature and a desire to help conserve the environment gradually found its way to the surface.
We strongly believe that actions speak louder than words. Hoping to reflect this motto in our actions, a mission was born. We decided to transform our frustration with the current state of the environment into a conservation mission to protect the tropical equatorial wilderness.
„If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude.“
Our decision to act stems from our inability to either accept or ignore the environmental problems Earth is facing. We were inspired by an environmental conservation organisation called Rainforest for Children which has been running on Indonesian Sumatra for nearly a decade.
They were kind enough to offer their support, to share their wealth of experience and to help us install our very first camera traps. Learning invaluable lessons, we have applied their expertise to the landscape of endless savannah, free-roaming animals and ever-smiling people.
Co-founder and CEO promoting the project at speaking engagements around the world.
Co-founder, guide and volunteer programme leader based in Uganda.
She is helping with raising awareness of the programme and focuses her work on education and the establishment of a recycling initiative.