Adventures for a Cause

 Travel (with) your heart out.

To us, that means journeys — not vacations. Uncharted experiences, not checklists or Top 10s. Being a meaningful part of the community and pitching in sustainably, not superficially. And joining other humans in a struggle that goes beyond borders, languages or species.

It means trekking across astonishing Himalayan passes to save snow leopards. Or cycling through Cambodia and the temples of Ankor Wat to send kids to school. Or exploring the remote African savannah while conserving elephant habitats. Or paddling along the lush rainforests of Canada’s wild West Coast, as the whales you’re protecting break surface in front of you.

And when you find yourself dancing with Samburu women, or staring into a mountain gorilla’s wrinkled face, you won’t need a photo (although you might take one). Because your journey won’t just last in your memories — it’ll last in the creatures and communities you’ve helped.

Adventures for a Cause: the kind of travel you need.

And the world needs.

How Adventures for a Cause Works

HOW IT WORKS

Find out about where to go, how to do it and ways to give back.

Join an Upcoming Trip

JOIN AN UPCOMING TRIP

Individuals, couples, and small groups can jump aboard a journey that’s already gearing up!

Book a Private Trip

BOOK A PRIVATE TRIP

Have a transformative experience with your friends, colleagues, or family members.

For NGOS

FOR NGOS

We can craft journeys for your staff — and strangers! — to fundraise for your organization.

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A4C Blog

  • A Life-changing Adventure – Lois Warwick
    A Life-changing Adventure – Lois Warwick
    They say Africa is life-changing.  It has been for me. What started out as an adventure to do my small part to ‘change the planet’, morphed into so much more.  This was a journey of enlightenment [...]
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  • The Elephant Mirror
    The Elephant Mirror
    So why do we care so much about elephants? Clearly, in ecological terms they are a keystone species, playing an important role changing the environment and maintaining the biodiversity of [...]
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  • Trekking for Elephants – Kenya
    Trekking for Elephants – Kenya
    This was an adventure that came out of the blue. We doing some work on elephant conservation in Laikipia, Northern Kenya, when a friend of ours, Anne Powys, asked if we would consider supporting [...]
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