To Escape To
To Escape To offer an extensive range of hand picked and unique accommodation in Africa (South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia, Botswana, Nambia, Malawi, Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya (inc Lamu), Zanzibar, Tanzania) and Indian Ocean Islands (Mauritius, Seychelles and Madagascar). Each of our properties has something unique to offer- whether it is a thatched villa on its own private beach, boutique hotel with a world class spa, a family home in a spectacular and safe location or a safari camp where you can walk with the Maasai. Our properties have been visited by us, many of them cannot be found in brochures. Scratch below the surface of some of the most sought after destinations in Africa and Indian Ocean.
We focus on Romantic Retreats, Family Adventures and have Africa's largest collection of Private Villas and Bush Homes.
Founded 2003 by Ingram Casey (Southern Africa Director for ATTA).
Offices in both Cape Town and the UK. Fully Civil Aviation ATOL Bonded.
Tel: UK 0207 060 6747 SA 021 791 0333
Where we operate
Botswana, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Maldives, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Reunion, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zanzibar, Zimbabwe
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Charities we are proud to support:
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A charity close to the heart of Atta Southern African Director Ingram Casey who has a young daughter with Down Syndrome. DSIEF offers the best possible start in life for young children with Down Syndrome.
The Foundation is a truly innovative education programme. It was founded by a passionate group of skilled professionals that are parents of children with Down Syndrome. The Foundation strives to be at the forefront of international developmental and educational support for children with Down Syndrome in the Western Cape and, in the future, South Africa.
In February 2011, the Foundation partnered with Noah’s Ark Pre-School to pilot the “Early Impact” programme, modelling international best practice with a 70/30 mainstream/specialised mix education plan integrating children with Down Syndrome in a normal school setting. It is a first of its kind in South Africa.
In 2012, the programme was successfully extended to 3 pre-school classes from 3 to 6 years of age.
In 2014, the Early Impact programme plans to be extended to primary school classes.
The Foundation also offers support and counselling to parents of children with Down Syndrome and runs workshops and seminars for parents, educators and other professionals.
There is no other support being provided at this level in the Western Cape. DSIEF is breaking new ground in South Africa and, in the process, shattering many pre-conceived ideas about the abilities of people with Down Syndrome.
The aim of Uthando is to raise funds and other forms of assistance for community development projects in South Africa.
Uthando (Love) South Africa is a unique and innovative Non Profit and Fair Trade in Tourism accreditated company