Pack Safari is an acknowledged sustainable tour operator with a clear mission and vision, allowing us to celebrate the diversity of our cultural and natural heritage with our locals and guests


Projects We Support

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Hakahana Arts Hub
Arnold Mutambirwa from Hakahana Arts Hub lives in Katutura, the township in the Northern part of Windhoek. In his workshop he makes beautiful beaded animals, that we offer our guests as a welcoming gift when arriving in Namibia. This way we support Arnold by providing him a fixed income per month, while he can offer employment to other residents in Katutura that help him in his workshop. Apart from this, Arnold teaches children from the township his craftsman skills, in order to increase their future opportunities. Arnold his dream is to start an art school for children in Katutura.
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Dqae Qare San Community Project
Dqae Qare is a lodge near Chanzi that is owned and run by people from the San-community, initiated in order to create employment and preserve their cultural heritage.The lodge offers an exceptional experience in the Kalahari, as the San show our guests their ancient traditions and share their explicit knowledge of the Kalahari desert. During their stay at the lodge, guests can enjoy an interesting bush walk, a traditional dance at the fire, storytelling, and join in making handicrafts.We have supported the lodge with skills trainings and a solar system.
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Bana Ba Letsatsi
In Maun, the tourist hub of Botswana, one will find the day-care centre Bana Ba Letsatsi, meaning “Children of the Sun”. The centre takes care of orphans, street children as well as children and young people from socially weak families, providing them care and safety and basic needs. The children get daily meals, clothing and medical care, are supported with doing their homework and can enjoy sports facilities. Bana Ba Letsatsi also takes the kids into nature, going on camping trips to the neighbouring Okavango Delta, in order to enhance their relationship with - and understanding of nature and wildlife. The main focus of Bana Ba Letsatsi is to have a significant impact on the future of the children. Psychosocial support is offered, for example through art and drama therapy, in order to develop as an individual. But also skills training, such as vocational skills, brick laying, plumbing or cooking is offered, in order to prepare every child for the labour market in a way that is suitable for that child. Pack Safari has supported the transport of children between their homes and the centre, and in order to go on school trips.
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DRC School Project
We support the Germany-based NGO “Tangeni Shilongo” with their DRC School Project, in the DRC township of Swakopmund. People living in this township often come from the northern part of the country, hoping that the city can offer them employment. However, the reality is that they are unable to find a job, while often facing harsh living conditions, without electricity and flowing water. They do not have the skills to read or write a job application and cannot afford an education for their children.With the DRC School Project, Tangeni Shilongo offers these children free education, giving them back the joy and the future that they deserve. Supporting this goal we have donated a play garden to the school. German volunteers from the Red Cross and paid teachers from Namibia give lessons in all relevant subjects. Besides, a community centre guides and supports people from the township in finding employment, for example by helping in CV writing and computer lessons.
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JP Brand Primary School
We believe that education has the greatest impact on enhancing an equal society. These children are the future of Namibia and can help the country to grow and prosper.Therefore we are committed to support JP Brand Primary School, a rural boarding school in the Namib Desert, east of Walvisbay. The school was built in 1979 for the children of the Topnaar, a local Nama tribe, but was eventually nationalised and converted into a boarding school. Nowadays also children from other groups of the population, such as Herero, Ovambo and Damara, are taught here in a variety of subjects. By improving educational facilities and living circumstances at the school, we aim to help the children realising their dreams and aspirations. We assist the school in construction work, educational equipment and housing facilities.
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Ngatuve Vatere
Ngatuve Vatere, Herero for “We want to help”, is an orphanage located in Kalkfeld, Namibia, for children from the surroundings.The background of the orphaned children is mainly alcoholism and drug use in family. Children are provided housing, food and education, and are taken care of by the housemothers. We supported the orphanage in the construction and maintenance of the buildings and improving the living conditions.Apart from that, the orphanage receives monthly food supplies.
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