Luxury Kenya safari
Description of Luxury Kenya safari
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
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PlanetThe camps aim is to avoid the threat to both wildlife and communities in the Mara, as space diminishes and tensions are rising between communities and wildlife, especially elephants who can break through a fence and wipe out an entire field of crops overnight leaving a family with nothing to eat or sell for the entire year. Whilst it’s critical for key habitats to remain intact to support Kenya’s wildlife, it’s also important that communities living alongside them feel protected and connected to the Mara. MEPs rapid-response teams are tasked with immediately reacting to and mitigating these intense conflict situations in order to protect their neighbour’s farms from crop raiding elephants.
Their vast undercover intelligence network has been at the center of key poacher arrests and ivory seizures for almost a decade. These teams are not only addressing bushmeat poaching by arresting poachers, confiscating bushmeat, and removing snares, but they are also focused on the increasing habitat destruction activities in these precious forest habitats.
PeopleThis tour supports cutting-edge community empowerment projects through micro-economic assistance encouraging engagement and investment from the local community in the conservation goals of Mugie. Set on a private conservancy, Mugie House offers a myriad of activities by which to explore and enjoy its vast open landscapes.
Guests are invited to visit some of the responsible tourism initiatives – the world’s first bio gas plant in a Masai Manyatta and also visit the Mara Rianda Primary School.
The Camp Collection has been working hand in hand with its community neighbours and local conservation organisations in order to protect the unique wild areas and the species that flourish within them in their diverse areas of operation.
They are working with the sons and daughters of community elders that we began working with all for years . Where there is a known conservation threat, and the research is designed to get a better understanding of the threat and help develop strategies to mitigate it.
There are project that support communities where 85% of the population does not have access to healthcare facilities. By providing healthcare access to remote areas and the opportunity to attend education at both primary and secondary level, Moyo aims to help shape a brighter future for over 3,000 individuals.
Medical outreach clinics improve the general health of community members alongside providing menstrual, nutritional, and sexual education and health hygiene, allowing for improved living standards and basis for further sustainable development. These outreaches also play a key role in promoting family planning and helping to prevent child marriage and Female Genital Mutilation.
The Turengerubuzima Sewing Centre provides girls with alternative paths in life.
The young ladies and girls are welcomed to this project, where they have been given the opportunity to train to become seamstresses and regain self-esteem with a profession and the chance to earn their own livings. While doing this they learn to make reusable face masks, nappies and sanitary pads as well as articles of clothing. Their small income gives them hope for a brighter future.
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