At Traveljar we are proud to support and work with organisations doing incredible work in conservation, community engagement and empowerment. When booking a trip we ensure that a donation is made to at least one of our partners and we offer you the opportunity if possible, to go behind the scenes to see first-hand the work being done to help save wildlife and support communities. Traveljar also organises dedicated conservation trips and fund raising events for our partners.

Rhino 911 provides emergency helicopter rescue to rhinos injured or orphaned due to poaching. They have responded to over 140 calls for help since its inception. You can join Rhino 911 for a patrol flight or a horn trimming experience. This opportunity is not only amazing, but you are also saving rhinos in the process and investing in their future.

Established in Zambia in 2008, Game Rangers International (GRI) is a non-profit organisation that works in close partnership with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife to empower rangers and local communities to conserve nature. They embrace a holistic approach to conservation across three thematic areas; resource protection, community outreach and wildlife rescue. Your trip to Zambia can include a behind the scenes visit to their Elephant Orphanage Nursery Facility.

The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation is a conservation charity funding key projects across Africa and Asia. They help support wildlife crime and rangers on the front lines of poaching, community education programmes and wildlife projects that rescue, rehabilitate and return animals back to the wild.

Mabel is a sustainable feminine hygiene initiative teaching girls and women in rural communities how to sew their own reusable period kits. The kits can last up to three years, which not only helps many low-income families financially but also reduces waste in landfills. Mabel also teaches menstrual lessons to educate women and girls on the importance of feminine hygiene safety. Email Libby ( if you are interested on helping set up a project.

Partnering with Trees for Life has allowed us to set up our own forest grove and with every trip we make sure a new tree is planted to help offset the carbon dioxide produce through travel.