maasai lady with colourful ear rings in kenya

Leave a Legacy

There is a saying, “Live. Love. Laugh. Leave a legacy.” Short and sweet, yet it encapsulates the &Beyond experience to a T. We inspire our guests to escape the comfortable confines of their daily routines and to intrepidly explore the world in all its beauty and splendour. We help them to fall in love with the natural world and with each other. We encourage them to laugh and find their inner child. And we give thanks, because just by travelling with us, each and every guest leaves a legacy and allows us to continually care for our planet’s land, wildlife and people.

We believe in taking less and giving more and we apply this simple philosophy every day, through actions big and small, to our operations across three different continents. Whether it’s participating in the reintroduction of an endangered species like the black rhino, providing a viable market for local businesses to encourage enterprise development in the communities surrounding our reserves, or simply managing the vegetable peelings from our lodge kitchens, we consciously and continually look for innovative ways to leave a positive and lasting legacy on the earth.

claire trickett with hadzabe tribe

A step back in time Take a step back in time to reconnect with the time-honoured traditions of Tanzania’s Hadzabe people…
by Claire Trickett2nd September 2016

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seal in south america

Conservation Revolution: Part 2 Join our Conservation Manager Les Carlisle on part 2 of his incredible journey through Chile & Argentina…
by Les Carlisle16th March 2017

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andbeyond xaranna use a solar photovoltaic pv power plant

A first in Botswana The first of its kind in Botswana, read all about our new PV power plant and Tesla Powerpack…
by Claire Trickett12th May 2017

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elephant on a walking safari in south africa

25 Conservation victories our guests can be proud of &Beyond was formed in 1991 with the goal of successfully demonstrating that a financially sound, wildlife-based...
by Claire Trickett11th August 2016

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Rhino in Ngala, within the Kruger National Park

Our fearless rhino warriors Today, we celebrate a quartet of rhino warriors dedicated to our ethos of Care of the Wildlife…
by Claire Trickett19th August 2016

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female leopard and cub showing affection

Leopard print belongs on leopards &Beyond continues to work with Panthera to help ensure that leopard print belongs on leopards…
by Claire Trickett13th April 2017

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Rhinos Without Borders Joss Kent and Dereck Joubert

Celebrating World Rhino Day 2017 To celebrate World Rhino Day, we salute the often unsung heroes of the Rhinos Without Borders team…
by Les Carlisle22nd September 2017

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joanne brooks creating crafts with her feet

Against all odds Read how polio survivor JoAnne shared in local African traditions and used her story to uplift others…
by Claire Trickett22nd December 2016

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dentist working while a zebra walks by

A reason to smile This team of do-good dentists are giving the people of Tanzania a reason to smile…
by Claire Trickett25th August 2016

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tiger laying on a branch in india

The world needs more stripes In celebration of Global Tiger Day tomorrow, here are some fun facts about these striped beauties…
by Claire Trickett28th July 2017

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lion cubs playing by daryl dell

A Species in decline, we’re not ‘lion’ To celebrate #WorldLionDay, we take a look back at some of our proudest victories in lion conservation…
by Claire Trickett10th August 2017

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nomusa zikhali sitting under a tree

Announcing the 2017 Robin James Award winner Meet the winner of the inaugural 2017 Africa Foundation Robin James Award and read her inspiring story…
by Claire Trickett25th May 2017

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