Gamewatchers Safaris Blogs

We produce regular blogs about wildlife conservation and safari topics.

Below is a summary of our past Blogs:


(Click Title to View)

The Conservation Concept Giving Kenyan Communities a Brighter Future

Lasting Footprints – Jewellery Collection

An Introduction to Safari Conservancies in Kenya

Can’t afford an African Safari? Think again!

Porini Camps: “Beyond Expectations”

An Update From Ol Kinyei Conservancy

Porini Camps Re-open After the Rains

Helping To Provide An Education For The Children of Maasai Communities Actively Supporting Wildlife Conservation

Porini Lion Camp Guest Review

A Long Weekend At Porini Lion Camp

The Loita Migration

The Lions of Ol Kinyei Conservancy

Porini Safari Camps: Highlights of 2017 (in Pictures)

Safari Guide Images From Our Conservancies

Animals Facts: 10 Species Seen on Safari in East Africa

Incredible Wildlife Locations in Kenya

7 Essential Things You Should Know Before Your Kenya Safari

48 Hours in Porini Mara Camp: An In-Depth Look at Safari Life in Kenya

Tracking Kenya’s Wildlife with the Porini Guides

11 Essential Questions Before You Book an African Safari

There’s More to See On Safari Than Just the Migration! Meet the Big Cats of Kenya

Amazing Images of a Leopard Ambush near Porini Lion Camp

The Right Way (and Wrong Way) to Take an African Safari

6 Essential Photography Tips for Your African Safari

13 Incredible Safari Scenes to Inspire Your Imagination

11 Endangered Animals and How We’re Helping to Protect Them

10 Ways Gamewatchers Safaris Protect the Environment

Supporting Communities with Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)

Forget the Big 5—Check Out These 15 Unusual Animals in Kenya!

10 Days in Africa: The Ultimate Safari for the 50+ Adventurer

15 Reasons to Go on a Safari to the Porini Camps in Kenya

10 Unbelievable Safari Honeymoon Destinations and Ideas

18 African Safari & Beach Holiday Experiences to Stir Your Wanderlust

Olare Motorogi & Ol Kinyei have highest lion density in Africa

Development has devastated wildlife near Nairobi

Eco-Friendly Safaris in Kenya: 5 Must-Haves for the 50+ Traveller

A Letter to Potential Safari-Goers Who Wish to Ensure that Their Visit Will Support Wildlife Conservation and Benefit Local People

Our Community Projects: supporting schools and improving conditions for the children in communities living around the Wildlife Conservancies

University Research in Ol Kinyei shows the benefit of Wildlife Conservancies for the Ecosystem

What animals will you see on a Porini safari in Kenya?

Prince William Flies in to Spend Easter in Kenya

Guest Donations Replace Livestock Killed in Lion Attack

An Elephant Birth in Selenkay Conservancy, Amboseli

The safari camps outside the Mara Reserve which are directly supporting conservation

Ol Kinyei Conservancy provides a safe haven for lions

A future for lions and other wildlife in the Mara eco-system

The lions of Ol Kinyei Conservancy

British & Kenyan soldiers provide medical care for local communities

Gamewatchers Safaris listed by Fodors as one of the Top Ten safari operators to Africa

Join the “Friends of Porini”

Game viewing from Porini Lion Camp

Lions in Kenya: threats to their future survival and conservation

Kenya’s best safari locations

President Obama on safari in Kenya

Video: The Conservancy Experience

Gamewatchers Safaris delivers US $11,000 donation to local community

Porini Safari Camps: Wildlife Gallery

Kenya welcomes US VIPs

The importance of wildlife conservancies in expanding the protected habitat for wildlife in Kenya

The Conservancy Concept

Health: the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, Liberia & Sierra Leone

Counteracting poaching in Kenya

Wildlife safaris in Kenya: why choose Porini?

Kenya’s growing economy

African Cats: The Official Trailer

Why we love Kenya

Wildlife sightings: Porini Rhino Camp

Why travel advisories hurt countries and help terrorists

Safety & Security of visitors to Kenya

Why I love the Maasai Mara

When is the best time to visit Kenya

Concerned about the security of your booking and your own safety while on safari?

We fully appreciate your concerns when it comes to booking a safari in Africa and you can rest assured that your financial security when booking and your own personal safety when on safari is our highest priority. Gamewatchers Safaris is a member of the Kenya Association of Tour Operators bonding scheme, backed by a leading insurance company, to ensure your payments are fully protected if a bonded KATO member ceases trading.