Entries by alloutafrica

Back in Tofo!

When I embarked on a three month volunteer program with All Out Africa Mozambique in 2015 as part of my gap year, I had very little certainty as to what I wanted to pursue at university the following year. I expected the experience to expose me to new cultures and allow me to grow and […]

All Out Africa wins a Gold Award for Best Species and Habitat Conservation at the African Responsible Travel Awards 2017

The African Responsible Tourism Awards exist to recognise organisations who are making significant contribution to responsible tourism, or as Harold Goodwin, Chair of the Judging Panel says the ambition is “to use tourism to make better places for people to live in. This also benefits the industry: great places to live are great places to […]

Finally, back in the ocean!

Hello everyone, I’m Giustina and for the next three months I’ll be working with All Out Africa in Tofo, Mozambique! How awesome is that?! It is not my first time here in Tofo. I had the chance to come here two years ago to do my Divemaster training with the guys from Peri-Peri Diving Center. […]

Teacher training: kicking off 2017!

As we gathered in this small room with these talented, thoughtful, enthusiastic group of 7 teachers. We crammed this small room which we call our “boardroom”. Though with different character’s, from quiet to cheeky but surprisingly they just clicked from the word go and they worked together sharing ideas as we went on with our […]

NEW partner in Cape Town Youth Development

We are delighted to announce a new volunteer placement with Snipers Basketball club as part of our Cape Town program. This amazing organisation was established by Bryn Mbuwula a sport enthusiast who had a passion for developing youth. Bryn established a boys’ basketball team which plays regularly in the Cape Town basketball league. Members practice […]

Looking towards 2017!

Writing about what I’m proudest about for 2016 and our plans for 2017 isn’t easy because there are just so many things I could write! 2016 welcomed record numbers of volunteers and saw members of the team promoted and new staff joining us. We decided each of these special people deserve a blog post in […]