Sanctuary's tourism philanthropy

Sanctuary's tourism philanthropy

Sanctuary Retreats is a company that has been committed to conservation and responsible tourism ever since opening its first camp in the Masai Mara in 1999.

That’s according to Michael McCall, director of Sales Australia, NZ & Asia. He says the company has always strived to build long-lasting relationships with rural communities in the areas in which it operates, making a point of

identifying and supporting long-term, viable and self-sustaining projects.

‘Our aim is to ensure that all projects are supported by our staff and guests and we work closely with communities to identify their needs so we can deliver projects that really have an impact.’

Some of Sanctuary Retreats Philanthropy’s success stories include Ilboro School Tanzania, a special needs school in Arusha funded by Sanctuary Retreats; Nakatindi Clinic Zambia, a medical clinic that serves 50 people a day that was rebuilt by Sanctuary and also the Rhino Relocation programme in Botswana – translocating Rhino from South Africa to Botswana.