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
With the Covid-19 pandemic bringing tourism to a temporary halt, our teams are bringing you the sights and sounds of the Masai Mara for you to enjoy from the comfort of your own home. Our Porini Mara Camp manager, Jimmy Lemara, and our expert safari guides are in Ol Kinyei Conservancy. The Conservancy is a […]Read more
The 6th Mad Hatters Festival was held in Lamu, Kenya in February 2020. 143 elaborately-decorated participants gathered on Peponi Beach, Shela, to compete for prizes for the best hats. As ever it was a fun and friendly day with a fabulous atmosphere of crazy creativity …Read more
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
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.