Join wildlife conservationists in Kenya
From the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro to the coastline of the Indian Ocean, immerse yourself in the innovative conservation initiatives that seek to protect Kenya’s treasured wildlife and establish personal relationships with authentic tribes.
When to go: January – March & June – October
- On arrival into Kenya you’ll be met by your private guide. A private plane will take you to a stunning lodge on a rhino conservancy in the Laikipia region. While here, you’ll get to see the immense operation going on behind the scenes to keep the elephant and rhino safe and meet the people that risk their lives in pursuit of conservation, take part in a training session with the rangers and their tracker dogs
- Fly to Amboseli National Park, to a private luxury tented camp, with Mount Kilimanjaro providing a stunning backdrop. The wildlife here is simply incredible – you’ll experience it in both the day and night, on foot and on four wheels. This remote area is famous for being one of the best places in all of Africa to see a big herd of elephants
- Due to our very close relationship with the local Masai tribe in this area, you will have the opportunity to interact with the local villagers in a very personal and entertaining way. You’ll hear their stories, visit their schools, throw spears and build fires, and sing and dance
- Head out with the Lion Guardians, a group of young Masai warriors who track and protect lion prides on a daily basis
- Take a private charter to Watamu on the coast, where tropical forests and white beaches meet beautiful blue lagoons and coral reefs. You will have the chance to take part in the Watamu Turtle Watch project, learning about their endless efforts to save the turtles and other marine life. You’ll be able to help with rescue operations and release healthy individuals back into the water