Join us on a conservation safari of a lifetime in Kenya

The Safari & Conservation Company is proud to be working together with dedicated conservation organisations and luxury lodges across Kenya to bring like-minded and interested guests to learn more about conservation efforts to protect wildlife and landscapes across Kenya, as well as giving guests exclusive access to the Lewa-Borana Game Count.

This Game Count on the Lewa-Borana Landscape happens every year, and allows for those working within the conservancy to understand how wildlife are faring against a number of issues that African animals face on a daily basis – including human-wildlife conflict, poaching and drought. This two-day exercise will give guests an exclusive change to get involved with conservation work that has become an interest of many travellers to Africa recently.

Photo: @boranaconservancy

The conservation safari, which is being organised in March 2019 by The Safari & Conservation Company, is in response to demand from guests from across the world who are looking to do more than just ‘go on holiday’, but instead learn and get involved with the problems that are facing wildlife in the area. Guests are able to stay in luxury in lodges such as The Emakoko, Borana Lodge, Lewa Wilderness, Il Ngwesi, Saruni Mara and Manda Bay, while also visiting a number of projects and meeting conservationists working in the area. The safari itself is hosted and guided by Kip Ole Polos, a community leader from the Lewa-Borana Landscape, expert guide and Royal Geographic Society speaker.

Having Kip involved within the safari will be a true highlight for the guests involved – Kip is not only a fascinating speaker and excellent guide, but calls the Lewa-Borana Landscape home. During the safari, guests will stay a night at Il Ngwesi Eco Lodge – a lodge that is community owned and run, and was created with Kip at the forefront of the project.

Photo: @boranaconservancy

Guests from all over the world are being encouraged to book early as availability is limited and a number of rooms have already been booked.

Those interested in joining this epic adventure, please email: alice@scckenya.com for a full itinerary and costing.

For press enquiries, please email: marketing@scckenya.com.

2 Responses to Join us on a conservation safari of a lifetime in Kenya

  1. Gardner Custom Safaris would be most interested in meeting with you while you are in the U.S. (We are based near Los Angeles), and discussed how we may be of service to one another in the future. Our exclusive hands on approach of client care mirrors yours. GCS mission statement includes ecotourism and biodiversity conservation to ensure the viability and sustainability of the indigenous peoples and wildlife.

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