The Gorilla Conservation Camp (GCCamp) is a for profit subsidiary of an award-winning NGO and non-profit, Conservation Through Public Health. The Camp provides accommodation to enable educational tourism for gorilla trekking tourists and holistic accredited tertiary education in global sustainable development within a field school setting for university students around the world. The educational experience provided by CTPH with a focus on “One Health” through addressing human, animal and ecosystem health together is delivered in a pristine setting with one of the best views overlooking the top of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, combining a unique education and hospitality experience at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This opportunity helps to meet the growing demand for universities to enhance their international engagement and for university students to expand their study abroad options to Africa, while directly improving the health status and conservation of a critically endangered species, the mountain gorilla and providing much needed health care to local communities and their livestock. On top of improving their academic studies, students enhance their chances of gaining meaningful employment at home and in international development after graduation where they can contribute their knowledge of the One Health approach, which in turn expands the social and environmental impact of CTPH. Current study abroad programs do not engage students in solving problems using a trans-disciplinary One Health approach that can be applied globally. CTPH with 10 years of testing this approach at Bwindi provides a unique combination of an “education and safari” experience open to people wishing to enhance their educational travel experiences.