This program from Kujua Adventures is the best of both worlds – hands on action for animals combined with an amazing Kenyan safari.
You will have hands on opportunity to participate in anti-poaching tactics where you will physically removing snare traps placed by poachers in animal sanctuaries. After that adventure you will have a private guide through Kenya’s most renowned parks where you will see countless wildlife up close.
The safari will take you to the amazing Masai Mara where the great migration occurs and home of the Masai tribes. You will visit Amboseli Park at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro and stay in a hotel on stilts in Tsavo where you can view herds of wild elephants and other wildlife from your bedroom.
| DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION
|| Nairobi, Kenya
||Airport transfer to program location
Local transportation during program
Accommodations (private and tented)
Private guide throughout trip
Training on de-snaring tactics & poaching
||Airfare to departure location
Passport & Visa Fees
Guide gratuity during excursions
KUJUA Adventures was founded in 2014 and it’s dedicated to providing local and international Eco-travel and tours. Their programs are geared toward promoting responsible and conscious tourism, which promotes animal welfare in word and deed. They can provide Vegan and vegetarian safari and tours.
The founders of Kujua Adventures have years of experience, creativity and professional knowledge in the east Africa region. The word ‘KUJUA’ is Swahili for knowledge or ‘to know’ – our company therefore is gearing to making its clients have the knowledge leading positive change in the world through eco tours, conservation, animal welfare and human development.
In this regards we have contracts and alliances with hotels and tourist organizations and establishments in the country that promote our vision and mission. This is why we look into every detail of your trip to insure each itinerary has all the ingredients to satisfy our clients and our mission.
||2 week minimum
||All Ages are Welcome
Learn more about Kujua Adventures and their programs at www.kujuaadventures.com.