Our Managing Director, Dr Mohanjeet Brar, features in the Oct-Nov 2021 edition of “Msafiri” – the Kenya Airways’ inflight magazine – where he explains the role we took in setting up conservancies on community land in Kenya, first in Selenkay and then Ol Kinyei. These conservancies were the first of their kind in Kenya and […]Read more
Income from tourism to Porini Safari Camps supports many aspects of running the conservancies in which the camps are set, including the employment of rangers to protect the wildlife. They not only deter poachers but work alongside various third-party agencies in regard to the welfare of the animals.Read more
At Porini Amboseli Camp (Selenkay Conservancy) and Porini Mara Camp (Ol Kinyei Conservancy, Mara) we have been set up some hidden unmanned camera traps (trail cameras) to obtain a record of which animals are around. The trail cameras have been placed in spots close to the camps to reveal the nightly goings-on in the conservancies […]Read more
Conservation education is critical and continuous process to raise awareness on conservation issues, understanding of natural resources, sustainable development and sharing knowledge with the next generation. The Maarifa Foundation (TMF) is a partner organization based in Australia, it works with Gamewatchers Safaris and Porini Safari Camp to impart conservation knowledge to the younger generation therefore, […]Read more
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