Many humans create problems for wildlife every day… We generate tons of waste, we cut through trees and bush to expand our world, and some people even go so far as to illegally hunt or kill native animals.

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Posted by Gamewatchers Safaris
on Monday 12th June 2017 at 11:38

We’ve talked about our commitment to protecting the animals and their habitat through the conservancy concept—and we’re pleased to have been able to help in protecting the local wildlife and to support local communities. But Gamewatchers Safaris is also committed to sustainable, environmentally friendly tourism and cultural preservation at the micro level, right here in […]

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Posted by Gamewatchers Safaris
on Monday 29th May 2017 at 02:26

Daniel Njaga, Gamewatchers Safaris’ Head of Corporate Affairs, brings us an important message regarding our latest community project to improve Water, Sanitation & Hygiene conditions for pupils of a primary school near one of our wildlife conservancies.

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Posted by Gamewatchers Safaris
on Friday 26th May 2017 at 09:50

Everyone wants to catch a glimpse of the Big Five on their safari adventure: African Lion, African Elephant, Cape Buffalo, African Leopard, and Rhinoceros. But Kenya is full of strange, unusual, and beautiful creatures outside that illustrious group. So grab a backpack, 100 SPF sunscreen, and the best binoculars you can find to see these […]

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Posted by Gamewatchers Safaris
on Monday 15th May 2017 at 09:55
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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.