The Honeyguide is a bird in Africa that leads people and honey badgers to beehives by calling and swooping from branch to branch. The bird likes to eat the bee larvae, but needs someone else to break open the hive.
I'm Kate Spencer. I used to work in a Kenyan safari lodge on a leading wildlife conservancy that specializes in rhino preservation. Now I want to support conservation organizations in Africa by connecting them to intrepid travelers who are looking for an adventure that combines comfort, style, fantastic food, unique encounters, and outstanding conservation practices.
The idea is to turn even first-time safari-goers into long-term conservation supporters. Just by going on safari, you will see and support the people who are working to preserve some of the most extraordinary natural and cultural resources that Africa has to offer.
Every trip is unique. Travel from lodge to lodge, from camp to camp, go on a walking safari, or just stay put somewhere and get involved.