WorldWomenWork Safari

Africa Calls and WorldWomenWork have joined together to offer a magnificent safari adventure to some of Africa’s last remaining unspoiled wilderness areas in Zambia and Botswana, far from the all too common places where mass tourism and commercialization have had an indelible effect.  Staying in remote hidden corners of spectacular national parks and private concessions, the world of big and small game will be experienced primarily on foot safaris with highly skilled and knowledgeable naturalists and guides.  Open vehicle safaris day and night and canoe trips will also be offered. Camps are small and intimate and located in unforgettable settings of great scenic beauty.

16 Days in Africa

  • 7 nights in Zambia’s superb South Luangwa National Park where walking safaris were pioneered more than 60 years ago, at Mfuwe Lodge, Kuyenda and Bilimingwe Bushcamps. .
  • 1 night on Sindabezi Private Island near Victoria Falls on the Zambian side.
  • 3 nights in Botswana’s unique World Heritage site, The Okavango Delta.  Walking safaris.
  • 3 nights in the Selinda Reserve of Botswana.  Walking safaris and canoeing.
* Space is strictly limited to eight travelers in shared accommodation on a first come basis.
** $1,000 per person tax deductible donation to World Women Work to be used for project picked by group.

Although space is limited, we hope you will be able to join us for an unforgettable trip to Africa this August. This is a wonderful way to experience Africa and give back to the African community through WorldWomenWork, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Learn more about WorldWomenWork and founder Singer Rankin below.

WorldWomenWork supports women and conservation of endangered species around the world.  Founded over 17 years ago by Singer Rankin, WorldWomenWork has traveled to some of the most remote parts of Africa and Asia in search of women artisans creating unique and beautiful products. The proceeds from sales of these items along with generous contributions are educating girls, helping achieve economic independence for women, and protecting the natural world where they live. WorldWomenWork has worked in 8 countries and gives away each year about $175,000 to conservation and education efforts.