Make an enriching experience one that benefits the world. In South Australia's Flinders Ranges, A&K clients can take part in the ultimate conservation experience to monitor and protect rare wildlife and the surrounding outback. Arkaba is a homestead set in 24,000 hectares of the Australian bush from where you can track radio-collared quoll (a nocturnal marsupial) by setting up monitors and installing heat sensors. This area is all about conservation and the ‘buy local’ ethos. Ideas gathered here will help you change your own world as well, once you are back home.
If you fancy more outdoor activities, you can get to the root of the problem by helping plant trees in Kenya’s Masai Mara and participate in the country’s conservation for years to come. For a more human touch, head to Jordan and learn about efforts being made to protect the land from many emerging sinkholes before stopping at the Jordan Bike Enterprise which is beating rural unemployment. A&K Philanthropy support projects all over the world including education and development in Peru at the Children of the Rainbow School, safe water in schools in Kenya and a medical and maternity clinic for the Nakatindi community in Zambia.