Sanctuary Olonana Camp

The camp’s sustainable tourism needs are met through solar power, emphasizing the camp’s commitment to renewable energy.

Naboisho Camp

We’re committed to empowering vital wilderness areas in East Africa, fostering sustainability for both communities and ecosystems. Through strategic investments and collaboration with local partners, NGOs, and guests, we’re turning vulnerable regions into thriving conservation economies. With each guest’s contribution, we’re making significant strides towards our goal, ensuring a positive impact on both people and nature.

Mara Plains Camp

In our pursuit of sustainable conservation, we’ve witnessed the decline of precious natural habitats. To counteract this, we’ve pioneered bold conservation models that integrate communities, governments, and the private sector. Through low-impact tourism, we fund compassionate protection and intelligent management of stressed environments, ensuring benefits for both communities and wildlife.

Kilima Camp

Focusing on sustainability through environmental audits, waste management, water conservation, and energy efficiency. The resort actively supports local communities and wildlife conservation.

Kicheche Valley Camp

Sustainability through environmental audits, efficient waste management, and water conservation practices. It emphasizes energy efficiency, pollution control, and community engagement, supporting local initiatives and cultural preservation.

Kicheche Mara Camp

Emphasizing a low ecological footprint, the camp supports local wildlife monitoring and boasts a successful tree planting initiative. Innovative waste water treatment ensures recycling and reuse, complementing solid waste management and pollution control measures.

Kicheche Bush Camp

Sustainable tourism needs are met through solar power, emphasizing the camp’s commitment to renewable energy.

Karen Blixen Camp

On top of planting over 1,100 trees and educating local children on conservation, the camp’s innovative waste management, utilizes biodigesters and composting, complementing its efficient water and energy use, with solar panels and LPG cooking.

Rekero Camp

The hotel offers tourists a chance to experience wildlife and nature conservation firsthand. Their environmental efforts include an annual self-audit, the ‘Ocean Love Initiative’ for beach clean-ups, and support for the Kenya Wildlife Service’s clean-ups.

Elephant Pepper Camp

Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge practices energy conservation, waste recycling, and sustainable sewage management. Its Environmental Management System (EMS) focuses on water, energy, and waste, with annual audits following local regulations.