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Competition for land, the fragmentation of habitats and the encroaching desert are all starkly live issues in Kenya. To be sustainable, the solutions have to benefit the people and the wildlife. Imaginative ways are being found to protect habitats and enable people and wildlife to thrive together. Your family can see this in action while travelling and be at the cutting edge of conservation on your luxury safari.
Children on safari walking with Maasai children

Dynamic partnerships

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Guide watching warthogs in camp

Dynamic partnerships with local communities

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Conservation briefing with teenagers before tracking rhino on foot

Dynamic partnerships with local communities

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Maasai safari guide smiling

Dynamic partnerships with local communities

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Many of the private conservancies that we use operate as dynamic partnerships with Samburu, Maasai and other tribal communities. People who may have seen animals as crop destroyers, or a source of food discover that the safari lodge can enable them to earn income and enjoy improved lives. Some of the most canny trackers are poachers turned conservationists! They will tell you that they far prefer their new way of life.
Conservation ranger with rhino in his care

Saving endangered species

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Cheetah mum with cubs

Saving endangered species

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Woman at Borana Lodge surveying the scenery

Saving endangered species

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Lone lion on vast Mara plains

Saving endangered species

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Several of the lodges that we use have spent decades creating safe places where rhino, cheetah, wild dog and other endangered species can thrive. Seeing this work in action gives hope for the future and is a fascinating aspect of being on safari. The private conservancies in Kenya cover an immense area. They are growing — in Laikipia and around the Masai Mara, conservancies are linking to create vast tracts of land for animals to live and corridors for them to roam.
Elephant calves playing football at Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage

Visit an Elephant orphanage

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Daphne Sheldrick elephant orphanage keeper feeding baby elephant

Visit an Elephant orphanage

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Family game drive watching elephant near Sarara Camp

Visit an Elephant orphanage

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If you stay in Nairobi, we can arrange for you to visit the famous elephant orphanage set up by David and Daphne Sheldrick. You can see orphan elephant calves being fed and cared for by the dedicated staff. The orphanage also has a base in a remote part of Tsavo, where they nurture elephants to prepare them for release into the wilds. If you would like to see this, we can arrange for you to stay at a lodge nearby as part of your safari.
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