Conservancies

The conservancy model of conservation was adopted in Kenya’s wildlife protection areas in order to create co-existence between wildlife and livestock of communities living near tourism attractions. Many conservancies can be described as playgrounds for both wild and domesticated animals to interact as they roam wildly. A conservancy safari in Kenya is unique because on horseback, or walking or while biking, you get the most up close and personal experience with the wildlife you love.

The experience is extra ordinarily unforgettable. For lovers of conservation, you can also experience some of the most endangered wildlife species with the help of professionally trained guides. Lastly, tourists are also given a chance to visit local community projects that the conservancy is involved in. Serves as a unique chance to interact with local community cultures and perhaps make friends.