Speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Monday, the 22-year-old revealed: ‘Just made it to Kenya with Save the Elephants on a 10-day trip and it’s so incredible.’
He’s the fashion ‘bad boy’ who has been living it up at Cannes Film Festival with the likes of Michelle Rodriguez, Barbara Palvin, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner.
And over the weekend, model Jordan Barrett swapped the runway for safari as he touched down in Kenya to support animal charity, Save The Elephants.
The Gold-Coast born model explained he’s the ambassador for the UK-registered charity along with Dutch supermodel Doutzen Kroes.
‘I took part in my first fundraising campaign over a year ago. It has gone so well,’
Jordan gushed about spending time with zoologist, Iain Douglas-Hamilton, who founded the animal charity in 1993.
‘Being here with the researchers and scientists and Iain the founder of the elephant research is insane,’ Jordan told Daily Mail Australia.
The charity’s central mission is to help ‘secure a future for elephants and to sustain the beauty and ecological integrity of the places they live,’ according to the Save The Elephant website.
Jordan took to his Instagram Story to document his African sojourn, complete with elephants, khaki outfits and open-air safari vehicles.
In the first snap, Jordan gave fans a glimpse at his impressive mode of transportation – the ‘Save The Elephants’ Cessna airplane.
Meanwhile, in another snap, the international model appeared to fist-pump the air as he travelled in an open-air safari truck.
Elsewhere, Jordan gave his 727,000 Instagram followers a view of his khaki camouflage attire and olive-hued boots.
In a video obtained by Daily Mail Australia, Jordan filmed a small herd of elephants walking slowly through the long grass.
Jordan’s noble ‘Save The Elephant’ pursuit comes after he revealed he’s just a normal ’21-year-old kid’ at the end of the day.
Last month, he told The Daily Telegraph: ‘I am just working hard and making the most of the opportunities that come my way – but I am still the same kid.