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.

graduates from africa foundations clef bursary initiative

Educating natural leaders Education is key and we give thanks to everyone that has supported the CLEF bursary programme…
by Claire Trickett10th November 2016

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joss kent andbeyond ceo with bateleur award winner

A tradition close to our hearts The Bateleur Awards are a longstanding tradition at &Beyond that we all look forward to…
by Claire Trickett2nd December 2016

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andrew after his eye surgery

The gift of sight Our heartfelt thanks to the guardian angels that changed the life of one of our butlers at &Beyond Kichwa Tembo…
by Claire Trickett4th November 2016

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collared jaguar in south america for conservation purposes

Conservation revolution Les Carlisle shares his expertise across borders and leads a conservation revolution in South America…
by Les Carlisle8th December 2016

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rhino hanging on a rope lifted by a helicopter on the rhinos without borders initiative

Ever seen a rhino fly? Rhinos Without Borders has safely airlifted the most recent batch of 12 rhino to Botswana…
by Claire Trickett3rd August 2017

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Lion in the rain

Phinda: the return of the rains Come join our rain dance at &Beyond Phinda as we celebrate the end of a relentless drought…
by Claire Trickett1st March 2018

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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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guests celebrating birthday at andbeyond phinda with staff family

What defines adventure? Adventure travel means something different to every person. To us, adventure is simply not knowing what comes next…
by Claire Trickett8th September 2016

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turtle swimming is crystal clear blue water

Turtle whisperers In celebration of World Turtle Day, learn how these endangered hatchlings brave it to sea for the first time…
by Claire Trickett23rd May 2017

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Measuring the rhino horn Rhinos Without Borders

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It takes a lot to save a rhino Watch these emotive videos and you’ll agree that it takes a lot to save a rhino…
by Claire Trickett19th January 2018

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Paying it forward by nature Getty Joss KD

Paying it forward by nature Our annual &Beyond Bateleur Awards celebrate &Beyonders that are paying it forward by nature…
by Claire Trickett1st December 2017

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lewis pugh diving into freezing water for ocean conservation

How far would you go to protect the earth? Find out why Lewis Pugh swam 5 km in the icy waters of Antarctica, wearing nothing but a speedo…
by Claire Trickett10th November 2016

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