it’s hard to imagine that Lions are now on the brink of survival. The Maasai Wilderness Community Trust founded by Campi Ya Kanzi employs over a hundred tribespeople from the Maasai community as rangers and ‘Simba Scouts’ to help further the Kenya Wildlife Service research projects via monitored collaring and lending protection against poaching and human / wildlife confilcts, as well as sustainable management for the entire ecosystem where these majestic animals roam free. In traveling with a purpose by choosing to visit these regions, you are directly investing in all of the effort that is intrinsic for these big cat’s survival, not just in the locations you visit - but the whole of East Africa.
Preserving wilderness, wildlife and cultural heritage across the Amboseli-Tsavo ecosystem by creating sustainable community
benefit for the Maasai people, the last of Kenya’s nomadic tribes.