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 agreement with Gamewatchers Safaris & Porini Camps. We were guided by the Maasai Warriors who wore the traditional dress, to the village where we […]

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on Monday 18th March 2019 at 10:42

If you could go on just one more trip in your lifetime, what would you do? Trek the Himalayas? Dive the Great Barrier Reef? Walk the Great Wall of China? You might be surprised to learn that African safaris are rapidly becoming the ultimate bucket-list adventure. Besides once-in-a-lifetime adventure and unrivalled game-viewing experiences, Kenyan safaris offer travellers […]

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on Tuesday 08th January 2019 at 12:20

If a safari holiday is on your radar, you probably have an idea of how you want your trip to look. Do you picture sleeping under canvas in spacious safari tents? The stark silhouette of the acacia trees at dusk? The sleek cats stretched out in the shade seeking relief from the heat of the […]

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Posted by Gamewatchers Safaris
on Thursday 03rd January 2019 at 03:58

Wildlife photographic safaris seem to be viewed in a negative way by certain animal rights groups and activists—it’s become fashionable to believe that these safaris are all harmful and disturbing to the animals and cause damage to the environment. But in reality, nothing could be further from the truth. Kenya’s diverse ecosystem and wildlife are […]

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on Wednesday 02nd January 2019 at 05:50
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