All Out Africa was founded in 2004 by Kim Roques and currently operates in Swaziland, South Africa, Botswana and Mozambique. See our Mission Statement The name "All Out" signifies dedication and adventure.
All Out Africa comprises a travel company which focusses on providing responsible travel experiences and a non-profit foundation which focusses on supporting social and environmental projects.
We have a small but committed team of staff who are passionate about wildlife and people.
Responsible Travel Company
All Out Africa's travel division offers the following experiences:
- Volunteer projects - inspirational working holidays for volunteer travel, gap-years and career breaks;
- Adventure tours - up-close and meaningful guided wildlife, adventure and cultural tour experiences.
All Out Africa's travel division also runs Lidwala Backpacker Lodge and Hout Bay Backpackers.
All Out Africa's non-profit division has three sections:
- a Research Unit aimed at carrying out field research projects;
- a Wildlife Fund aimed at developing and managing projects to benefit threatened wildlife; and
- a Children's Fund aimed at developing and managing projects to benefit vulnerable children.
All Out has a head office in Ezulwini, Swaziland, a base in Tofo, Mozambique and a base in Cape Town, South Africa. We have carefully selected our locations to provide the best that southern Africa has to offer in terms of scenery, culture, wildlife and adventure whilst being able to assist some of the most needy people and threatened wildlife of the region.
Our head office serves as our communication hub with links to the various field operations and we have a number of vehicles as well as the equipment needed to make our operations cutting edge.
An excellent 4 weeks during which I have felt at home at Lidwala and Swaziland. It is a pleasure to have been welcomed into a small part of local community. Life and gain an insight.Rachel Steen
Swaziland Social Projects Coordinator
Nosipho serves as the Swaziland Social Projects Coordinator. Originally from Swaziland, she comes from a Zimbabwean father and Swazi mother. Nosipho has 7 years of experience in community development and is currently getting her Advanced Diploma in Project Management from Africa Management Development.