If you would like to come and visit us at our head office in North Walsham, home to our marketing department, please call us on +44 (0) 01603 964 730 to make an appointment.
Our team of safari consultants are all Africa experts, but they don't all live in the East of England! To achieve a team with the right breadth and depth of experience means many of our safari consultants work remotely from all around the UK.
If you are particularly keen to meet face-to-face, just let us know and we will arrange an appointment at the office, or a visit to you at either your home or somewhere convenient. Just give us a call. We also make regular Travel Show appearances, an ideal place to come and meet us and to enjoy a good day out at the same time - you'll find details about forthcoming shows below and instructions about requesting complimentary tickets to these events. To schedule an appointment at a show, please email email@example.com.
Hours Monday to Friday 0900 - 1730
Saturday and Sunday - please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on +44 (0) 01603 964 730 and one of the team will get back to you as soon as possible, often on the same day and if not, certainly on the Monday.
See our Sketch for Survival exhibition at London Olympia, and visit Real Africa to talk all things safari at the same time.
A fantastic new weekend show at Harrogate Convention Centre
Our Sketch for Survival 2018 collection will be exhibited on London's South Bank during October.
Sketch for Survival tours to the West Country, opening in Bath for 2 days this November.
We are delighted to be returning to the Norwich School Crypt Gallery in Cathedral Close for three days this year with our Sketch for Survival exhibition
We are delighted to be exhibiting a capsule collection of Sketch for Survival artwork (US artists and selected others) in the Parlour of this prestigious venue in Manhattan New York - one of the oldest art organisations in the United States.
This year for the first time we are touring to New York in the US. Having held several sell-out conservation and travel events at the Royal Geographical Society in London it seems very fitting to be holding an event at The Explorers Club in New York. TEC