No one knows the land, habitat and animals better than our guides – they can identify many of the individual elephants and Big Cats by name or by family group, and they introduce them to our guests whilst explaining the animal’s behaviour or history.
The images below are just a few that have been shared during the past two weeks by our guides at Porini Mara Camp in Ol Kinyei Conservancy and Porini Lion Camp in Olare Motorogi Conservancy in the Maasai Mara. This shows the great variety of wildlife that can be seen even in a short time in our conservancies.
Olare Motorogi and other wildlife conservancies increase the rangelands for Kenya’s wildlife outside of the National Parks and low-impact, eco-tourism helps to pay for protecting the wild animals as well as generating benefits for the local people whilst ensuring the best possible safari experience for visitors with day and night game drives, guided walks and much more.
The conservancies and the wildlife that they sustain rely on visitors such as yourselves, and our camps and guides would love to welcome you here soon to show you the spectacular scenery and flora and fauna that we help protect.
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on Thursday 07th December 2017 at 10:15