Fair Trade Safaris adds gorilla tracking this year.

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BY LOUIS MARROQUIN | Photo by C. Culbert


Scoop: This luxury leisure travel outfitter arranges bespoke African photographic safaris - tailor-made to clients' dates, interests, and budget - as well as fixed-itinerary group trips and adds a philanthropic twist. All profits generated from journeys go to either wildlife conservation or community development programs. Clients can even request which charity they would like the profits from their trip to support. The company organizes wildlife photo excursions; wine, culinary, and cultural tours; mountain climbing expeditions; walking, boating, or horseback safaris; and much more, in assorted eastern and southern Africa destinations.

What's new: This year, Fair Trade adds gorilla tracking in the mountains of Rwanda and Uganda to its itinerary activities. The company also has introduced a new 14-day fixed-itinerary group safari to Southern Africa that includes cultural visits and a side trip to Victoria Falls in Zambia. In addition, many package prices now include airfare for the journey to and from Africa.

Information: fairtradesafaris.com

Deal: Discounted prices for these trips: 10-day Southern Africa safari (from $4,985); Mount Kilimanjaro climbing expedition (from $1,985); and 10-day Tanzania adventure (from $4,985). To book, call the ClubLine or email clubline@clubcorp.com

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