Kenya and Tanzania great migration safari
Description of Kenya and Tanzania great migration safari
This trip can be tailor made during the migration season to suit your requirements
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetEnvironmental sustainability means protecting the most natural resources. It is important for visitors to have a brief knowledge of an environment they will visit, do as much of research of a lace before traveling, get to know of the type of vegetation that is around, peoples' cultures, the weather and any other thing that may be worth knowing about. Clients are briefed before proceeding with their safari on what to expect, dos and doníts while at the safari. Which include; ensuring they do not litter the parks or their way to and from the parks as they are provided with trash bins, they should also not feed the animals at the parks or make noise while at safari.
All our tour vehicles have trash cans for proper disposal of waste to avoid disposal of non-degradable that may harm the wildlife. We discourage smoking and loud noise that may cause disturbances to the wildlife.
We encourage our travellers to travel in smaller groups during their trips to various destinations. Handling bigger groups is not easy and they cause stress to the environment
All our driver guides are required to keep by the trails so as to avoid distraction and interferences with the wildlife. Our guides are also discouraged from taking bribes to go off the road for good photos and better views, we encourage clients to let the animals come to them without destroying their habitats. Everyone should keep in mind that the wild animals are not like those found in the theme parks, they are not tamed, hence should take extra precautions not to offend them. We ask our clients never buy products made from endangered species.
PeopleAs a tours agency, we have come up with policies over the last couple of years to promote community based sustainability through the communities we come across during our tours. we advice our travelers to visit the traditional community villages and learn from them to have a brief understanding of their way of life and appreciate their cultures. From the office, we make time during low seasons and visit the communities and appreciate them by providing some basic supplies such as food, sanitary products, learning materials, medical supplies, and help in building better infrastructures. We also team up with some tours agencies, non governmental agencies such as International Red Cross, and also help from other people around us. We also create itineraries that allow clients to experience the local culture through food, festivals, activities and cultural sites.
In activities such as village visits, our driver guides always accompany the clients and act as their voices with the locals. The local cultures and way of life are very beautiful but without a local guide, one may not get the chance to witness the beauty.
Most suppliers source their products from the locals around and also help to improve the living standards of the locals by engaging them in agricultural activities such as organic farming, by use manure from the Masai cattle, employing local labor for supply of water and tour guiding clients as they already have knowledge of the environment.
Providing new sources of income through buying of local souvenirs from the cultural communities and also employing locals to be our driver guides since they are the most knowledgeable about the destinationsí culture and other company staff. This ensures easy understanding between the clients and the local communities visited during the tour.
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