Those venturing to Africa to go on a Kenya safari are very likely to choose places that are well known to wider public. Typically, these are vast parks, but the number of visitors can sometimes make you feel that they are smaller than they actually are. For a great experience you should consider a conservancy. Usually, these are smaller spaces, privately ran and with different preservation programs as a part of their work. By pursuing this option, you can both enjoy the visit and experience, and help the effort to protect animal population.
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“After a night marked by a wildlife soundtrack playing on repeat, something is exhilarating about walking amongst the African bush before sunrise.”
- Basecamp Explorer is making safari lower cost and accessible while addressing the issue of land encroachment.
- In the Mara Naboisho Conservancy, Basecamp Explorer pays leasing fees to Maasai families.
- The Maasai guides know the animals in the area and are spiritually connected to the land.
Read more: https://www.fodors.com/world/africa-and-middle-east/kenya/experiences/news/forget-the-national-park-heres-why-your-kenya-safari-should-be-in-the-mara-naboisho-conservancy