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Who will I meet on safari in Kenya?

 
To meet people who have grown up in a culture different from our own is one of the best things about travel. Our children’s horizons can be broadened by meeting peers who have been raised in a Samburu village. Kenyan cultures are colourful, musical, joyful and rooted in the land. On your luxury Kenya safari you will delight in warm welcomes and have opportunities to make new friends.
Boy fishing with guide at Laikipia Wilderness Camp

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Guide explaining wildlife to teenage girl on safari

Someone to guide you

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Maasai guide teaching tracking to girls on family safari in the Masai Mara

Someone to guide you

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We usually arrange for your family to have your own guide and a private vehicle at each lodge. It gives you the greatest freedom to follow your own journey of discovery. The best guides have a joyful enthusiasm that communicates their love of the bush. When you see an elephant, your guide may seem as excited as you, though they have seen thousands. They’ll have an unlimited treasury of knowledge and stories and will have become a friend by the time you say your goodbyes.
Family hosts and safari owners at Lewa House

Welcoming hosts

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Kids baking with chef on safari

Welcoming hosts

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Walking safari with owner at Laikipia Wilderness

Welcoming hosts

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Safari lodges are managed by hosts, sometimes a husband and wife team. They are dedicated to making your stay as enjoyable and smooth-running as possible. They’ll get to know you and will introduce you to the chef and others in the team. Most staff will be from local communities and all will be pleased and proud to be working at the lodge. There is always someone to chat with, share a joke with, bake a cake with.
Girls with Maasai children

Local communities

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Maasai women beading

Local communities

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Bush walk during Saruni Warrior's Academy in the Mara

Local communities

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Many of the lodges we use are on private conservancies owned by local tribal communities. Imaginative and mutually beneficial partnerships with the people are the key to the sustainable future of wildlife in Kenya. The communities are usually open to welcoming lodge guests as visitors. In this way your family can meet them and find out about their way of life. You can see the school, meet the children and discover what everyday life is like for a Samburu boy or girl.
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