Volcanoes Safaris is delighted to be included in Sophie Roberts’ article “Africa’s year of zero: a special report on the future of wildlife tourism” in the FT’s How To Spend It.
Volcanoes Safaris is proud to be listed as a recommended safari company for our “…long-term commitment to community and wildlife, and corporate transparency”.
“Volcanoes Safaris operates four lodges in Rwanda and Uganda. One of the original pioneers of gorilla eco-tourism, the company invests heavily in community projects, from hospitality training for disadvantaged local youths to ecosystem protection and heritage preservation for indigenous peoples. The lodges are managed by Rwandan and Ugandan nationals. Every time I return, I’m reminded that safaris have moved on from the khaki-and-G&T cliché: the lodges are woven into their communities and landscapes in a way that speaks to contemporary Africa.” Sophie Roberts.