Experiential travel can include anything from work with endangered species in Namibia to exploring the spectacular diverse wildlife of the Maldivian coral reefs.

Gorilla Conservation – Singita Kwitonda Lodge, Rwanda 
The luxurious hideaway overlooks the rainforest slopes of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park and is committed to sustainability from the ground up. Working in partnership with the Rwandan development board and local communities, Singita is committed to a long-term approach to conservation in the special landscape.

Marine Conservation  –  Cocos Islands, Costa Rica 
Cocos Island National Park is accessible by permit only and accommodations on the island is for park rangers only. The extraordinary variety of wildlife attract visitors seeking eco-touristic discovery and excursions. Fins Attached is a collaborative marine and research organisation set up to promote conservation and provide education for the protection of the marine ecosystem.

Eco-Adventure, Coral Conservation – Como Maalifushi, Maldives 
The only resort in the Maldives, Thaa Atoll offers excursions designed to educate guests on the diverse marine ecosystem and encourage coral to bloom via the planting of coral frames on the seafloor. The resorts mission is to foster the growth of new reefs in a bid to battle the disastrous effects of climate change.

Our lifestyle partners at Ellidore + Thadeus can expertly arrange a completely bespoke trip of a lifetime sure to include adventure without compromising on luxury or comforts. Get in touch with Amelia to learn more about how they can curate a life-changing experience.

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