Kenya ecotourism and conservation

Kenya ecotourism
and conservation

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When it comes to responsible travel - or ecotourism - Kenya ticks all the boxes.

Kenya provides sanctuary for some of the planet’s most endangered species. It is a stronghold of rhino and elephant protection, and is famed for its work with turtle, dolphin and dugong conservation. Kenya also protects such endangered creatures as the Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Hirola antelope, and the beautiful pangolin. You can see many of our projects in action.

Widely thought to be the birthplace of mankind, Kenya celebrates its ancient cultures of over 44 ethnic groups. Staying in one of Kenya’s conservancies not only provides a unique safari experience - it ensures you are helping support community development by securing jobs, empowering women, and supporting projects which provide education, health, and social welfare.

And when it comes to accommodation, Kenya is truly a leader in the field of eco-sustainability. Many of our hotels and lodges are run on solar power, practice grey water recycling, limit single-use plastics, and are committed to conserving the environment. To ensure that your accommodation is eco-friendly, simply consult the Eco-tourism Kenya website. It’s the responsible thing to do.

Rhino conservation, Ol Pejeta
Maa Trust © Lorna Buchanan-Jardine
Kenya ecotourism Hemingways Ol Seki
Hemingways Ol Seki, Naboisho Conservancy

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