Exodus in Partnership with RSPB
Exodus is proud to have teamed up with the RSPB. At Exodus we strongly believe that tourism can be a force for good, bringing benefits to local communities, helping preserve environments and providing real and positive social exchanges. All our trips are run sensitively with over 98% of customers in the last five years stating that we act responsibly whether in the heart of a big city or visiting remote wilderness areas.
Exodus is pleased to announce a series of new landscape and wildlife photography workshops, instructed by award winning photographer and tutor Dave Stephenson. In these workshops we visit three of the RSPB’s most spectacular reserves in the South East: Dungeness, Pulborough Brooks and Rainham Marshes. Click here to find out more and book your place now
Exodus Supports SAVE Vultures Project
Three species of vulture in south Asia are critically threatened with extinction in the near future. The oriental white-backed, the long-billed and the slender-billed vulture.
This shocking decline is because of a veterinary drug, diclofenac, which is toxic to any vulture that feeds on the carcass of recently treated cattle.
As part of Exodus' commitment to conservation and responsible travel, we have teamed up with the RSPB to support SAVE (Saving Asia's Vultures from Extinction). We are working with the RSPB for the next two years to help rid the market of diclofenac for veterinary use and reverse the fortunes of these birds.
What next? SAVE is showing farmers that there are alternative drugs that are just as effective in treating cattle, and establishing Vulture Safe Havens - diclofenac free areas where captivity bred vultures can be released without risk of poisoning.
When you make a booking with Exodus, we will donate 7% of the cost of the holiday to the SAVE vulture project.The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a registered charity: England and Wales no. 207076, Scotland no. SC037654