Due to high demand, Biologists without Borders is offering two safaris in 2019. One is geared more for biologists and naturalists called “Tracking African Wildlife” and will offer our guests the opportunity to walk the African bush with a famous South African wildlife tracker. This safari is from May 7 to 18, 2019 and can be viewed by clicking the link below. Because of the nature of this adventure, we are only able to take 7 people. So act soon, spaces will fill up fast.

The other safari is our popular “Conservation in Action” safari, which will be its 3rd year. This safari is more upscale and geared more for people who have not been to Africa before. Reserved for only 11 guests you will be staying at accommodations ranging from luxury lodges in Kruger National Park to tented camps in 5-star private reserve in Zululand. The safari dates are from September 6 to 17 of 2019 and can be viewed below. 

On both safaris you will have the opportunity to witness some of our exciting work such as fitting elephants with radio collars to keep them safe, dehorning rhinos for their protection, and monitoring camera traps for endangered species. All profits from the safaris help fund our essential conservation work on endangered species plus you have an experience of a lifetime! An exceptional win-win situation.

Both safaris are now full but we will be offering them again next year – 2020 – so watch this space. 

Click below for full itineraries:

Biologists without Borders – Tracking African Wildlife Safari

Biologists without Borders – Conservation in Action Safari Tour


Click below for video from one of our  past safaris: 

Video of 2017 Safari