Our NEW Eco-Pricing: Lower Prices, Happier Guests, Healthier Planet

Megan Koelemay September 1, 2009 1

Wondering what “Lower Prices, Happier Guests, Healthier Planet” means? It all has to do with our new Eco-Pricing program for 2010, and we know you’re going to love it.  It combines our two passions – travel and conservation – and saves you money!

LOWER PRICES: Our partners around the world have worked exclusively with Natural Habitat Adventures to lower costs so we could pass those savings on to you, our guest.

HAPPIER GUESTS:   Eco-Pricing offers you the chance to save $100 to $1,000 compared to our 2009 rates. You’ll get a once-in-a-lifetime nature travel experience at a once-in-a-lifetime price.

HEALTHIER PLANET: Perhaps the most important aspect of this program, our commitment to responsible travel highlights the necessity for thoughtful tourism as a means of survival for people, places, and wild things around the planet that need it the most. Did you know that when you visit wild mountain gorillas in Uganda, your trip fees provide direct support for the protection of gorillas on a day-to-day basis? You can also send a clear message to the local governments that saving gorillas matters and that, when protected, these wondrous creates can be a source of much-needed tourism revenue. In fact, without tourism, mountain gorillas would likely be extinct.

Our Eco-Pricing applies to over 25 adventures, including these (click the links below for more information about each one):


We’re passing our savings on to our guests! Look for this logo throughout our website or your catalog to see which adventures qualify.

You can read more about our Eco-Pricing program here.

Request your 225-page NHA catalog here.



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  1. Eren Rose September 3, 2009 at 2:17 pm - Reply

    This is a creative idea for you. While you and your guests are already on safari, or otherwise out there in the wild, perhaps you could negotiate with local entities to set up a couple of video cameras at specific animal-intensive sites. The cameras at these sites could then film and/or transmit video of animal activities, sunsets, storms, vistas, etc in the area and transmit these videos in real time (or near real time) back to the USA. You could then charge a monthly fee for people in the USA to download these real-time or near-time videos onto their computers or large-screen TV’s literally as a “window on the world”. There are many people who would love to go on safari, but do not have the physical health to do so. This might be a good option. Tell me if you do this, so I can sign up. My work phone is 410-758-4064 ext 2089.

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