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Member Services: Safaris, Store, Gallery & Services

Our African programs are selected to provide our members with opportunities to preserve African wildlife and traditional cultures. We are also dedicated to offering our members opportunities to learn about African wildlife and traditional cultures and to experience both first-hand. To fulfill that goal, our member services range from our Quarterly Newsletter to our educational African Travel Program, and include the Conservancy's On-Line Marketplace and Gallery of African arts and crafts.

Quarterly Newsletter
As a benefit of membership, our quarterly newsletter comes to you with educational columns, covering African flora and fauna, and African art and culture. We will also keep you informed of significant news and developments in our programs and services as we subscribe to the philosophy that an informed number is an involved member, and that involvement is the key to providing you with an enriching experience.

African Conservancy Store
The next time you need an AC brand gift, a book, a CD, or a movie; a camera, a pair of binoculars, or a safari jacket, visit our Marketplace.
The AC Marketplace carries our own products, and is also affiliated with a variety of retailers to serve your needs. Use the links in the Marketplace each time you shop at these retailers online stores, and we will receive 10-15% of your total purchase.
So bookmark this link, and shop knowing that your purchases support the programs you expect us to deliver.

African Conservancy Gallery
Our Gallery is the place for learning about African art, both traditional and contemporary. Each piece is described, including as applicable the object's raw materials, its production process, its cultural significance and the geography and people who produced it. All proceeds from African art purchases are recycled back into the community. While in the Gallery do check out our current educational exhibit.


African Safaris
The African Conservancy's travel program is dedicated to providing our members the opportunity to have invigorating, enlightening, and intimate encounters with African wildlife and traditional cultures. To that end, we have created itineraries that include a careful balance of wildlife and socio-cultural experiences. We selected Zambia as our headquarters because it still offers a lot of territories unspoiled by Western influence, a wealth of cultural convergence, and unparalleled wildlife viewing. It is for those same reasons that our two-week tour focuses on that country. To ensure that each participant receive personal attention, our tours are limited to groups of six members, with a four-person minimum required for departure. All tours are all-inclusive and are undertaken by private aircraft and 4-wheel drive vehicles.



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