Below is an open letter from the founder of Gamewatchers Safaris & Porini Camps, Jake Grieves-Cook, to anyone who is interested in coming to East Africa on a wildlife photographic safari and who wishes to know that by doing so part of the costs of their safari will go towards helping to pay for conservation […]Read more
As Gamewatchers Safaris celebrates 30 years of creating eco-friendly African adventures, avid travel-blogger and photographer Clinton Richardson gives his recommendations for planning the perfect experience …Read more
Jake Grieves-Cook, the founder of Gamewatchers Safaris & Porini Camps, has been involved in Kenya’s tourism and wildlife conservation scene for over 40 years. Here he describes the background to the setting up of four conservancies together with the Maasai landowners, with the aim of protecting the wildlife habitat which would otherwise have been fragmented […]Read more
Kristy Thompson, our Gamewatchers Safaris consultant based in Australia, describes her recent visit to a Maasai village while she was staying in Selenkay Conservancy: We were invited to visit the local Maasai village in Selenkay – also the home of many of the camp staff and their families, who directly benefit from the conservation lease […]Read more
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