A Bespoke Travel Company

Connect with the World as Global Citizens

What we do

School Expeditions

Offer your students the chance to become Global Citizens, inspire their CVs with our Passport for Life programme, build Cross Cultural Partnerships with a local Malawian school or join a Village Youth Group as they strive to meet UN Global Goals.

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University Expeditions

Witness The Sustainable Development Goals in action with a student trip to Malawi. We offer a number of Global Development Workshops (GDWs) to university groups aiming to educate and engage on vital issues affecting the world today.

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Challenge Expeditions

Take on a fundraising challenge for your chosen charity, link with a local Community or raise money for an International Organisation and visit their Malawi based projects. We can tailor make a challenge to suit all needs, interests and budget.

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Who we are

The Responsible Safari Company (RSC) is a specialist expedition company working in Educational, Sustainable, Philanthropic & Experiential Travel.

Operating exclusively in Malawi, we work with Schools, Universities, Charities, Businesses & Individuals creating highly bespoke expeditions which connect people with the world as Global Citizens.

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Looking for something more bespoke?

In addition to our Educational & Challenge programmes, we also provide personalised services for Holidays, Scouts & Boy's Brigades, Film location services, Corporate team building expeditions and various open Scheduled Departures.

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Bespoke Options

Case Studies & Testimonials

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Global Development Workshops

Our Global Development Workshops follow the UN Global Goals efforts, providing in-the-field experiences which centre around global issues such as Healthcare, Environment, Education, Water Management & Sustainable Agriculture.

We're committed to creating sustainable growth through social enterprise, reducing the dependence on the aid industry and driving tourism generated income to rural communities.

Recent News

Women in Malawi are key
Challenges
Sue Bowern, 04/18

Women in Malawi are vital in the potential rise of the country's development and sustainability. Women are of great value to our economy, worthy of education, and their protection, access to good health and nurturing contributes greatly to a decrease in child mortality

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Bring on the Global Goals
Challenges
Sue Bowern, 04/18

We value our social enterprise model to deliver sustainable and responsible tourism to our clients - read how our staff learn about Global Goals

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George and his Bees: November Update!

Elizabeth Bailie, 11/17

Bees are swarming and water is pumping!

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An inspired expedition...
Travel report
First, 11/17

Ania Jeffries, Award Winning Coach, chats about her expedition to Malawi in October 2018

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Our Statistics

7,500 +
(2009 - 2016)
Travellers
$13,500
(2013-2015)
Funds donated to Malawi Conservation
16,000
(YODEP, CISER)
Community beneficiaries
$36,500
(2013-2016)
Facilitated Community Donations

Our Partners

These are some truly wonderful organisations who allow us to do what we do...