Across The Red Carnation Africa Collection we are proud to work with charities and sustainable partners that leave a positive impact on people, wildlife and the planet. Our sustainable initiatives are at the heart of everything we do, from sending organic waste to communities local to Xigera for their garden projects, to protecting a herd of Cape Mountain Zebras and ancient rock art sites, both at Bushmans Kloof.
Red Carnation Hotels is a proud sibling of the Travel Corporation’s family of brands and works in proud partnership with its TreadRight Foundation to #MakeTravelMatter. On an ever-wider scale, TreadRight supports more than 50 sustainable tourism projects worldwide, including the Wilderness Foundation Africa, the Wilderness Wildlife Trust, the Cape Leopard Trust and ME to WE.
Projects and progress
Discover how Xigera uses a sophisticated solar hybrid system to power 95% of the Lodge’s energy needs.
11th September 2019
Ambassador Céline Cousteau brings storytellers together to highlight the #RefuseToRide campaign.
Our journey takes us to Wadi Seer to meet a women’s cooperative that’s changing lives and preserving local heritage, one powerful story at a time.
Managing Director of Red Carnation Hotels, Jonathan Raggett shares his thoughts on the sustainability issues of today.
Bushmans Kloof and the Treadright Foundation are committed to supporting the work of the Cape Leopard Trust, who protect the local area’s beautiful and illusive Cape Leopard.
Pack for a Purpose partner with the Amy Foundation, which aims to prevent youth violence by providing meaningful development programmes for young people. They provide the bare essential and goods for children to learn during their early childhood development phase.
Find out how we work to make each of our hotels as sustainable as possible.
Ahead of the opening of our latest addition, Xigera Safari Lodge, we discuss the growing desire for luxurious eco-breaks.
Luxury travellers are increasingly concerned with conservation. We explore how the concept is evolving in South Africa.