ACC Kenya Conservation Safari


KENYA CONSERVATION SAFARI

Join Us For an Experience of a Lifetime — July 15-27, 2018

Join us for an exclusive adventure to African Conservation Centre’s (ACC’s) community-based wildlife conservation projects in Kenya! Guided by our world-renowned scientists and community leaders, you’ll experience wildlife off-the-beaten-tourist-track, visit projects and people in diverse and stunning ecosystems and learn first-hand how ACC innovations are shaping the future of conservation. You will also experience one of the most magnificent wildlife spectacles on the planet – the Great Migration in the Maasai Mara!

“People who have been far, see far.”


**OUR 2018 SAFARI IS FILLED — PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR 2019 REGISTRATION.**

Safari Highlights

Enjoy exclusive access to ACC’s conservation programs, scientists and community leaders.

ENJOY EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO ACC’S CONSERVATION PROGRAMS, SCIENTISTS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS

Our safari gives guests the rare opportunity to spend quality time in the field with conservation experts and leaders including:

  • — Dr. David Western (Amboseli Conservation Program)
  • — Dr. Shirley Strum (Uaso Ngiro Baboon Project)
  • — Lucy Waruingi (ACC/Bioinformatics)
  • — John Kamanga (SORALO, Maasai Culture/Coexistence)
  • — Samantha du Toit (Ecological Monitoring)
  • — Guy Western (Rebuilding the Pride – Lion Conservation
  • — Johnson Sipitiek (ACC Conservation Enterprise)

Visit four unique Kenya locations with flights in-between to maximize time at each site.

VISIT FOUR UNIQUE KENYA LOCATIONS WITH FLIGHTS IN BETWEEN TO MAXIMIZE TIME AT EACH SITE.

We visit Laikipia, Maasai Mara, Magadi, and Amboseli. Each site offers special activities such as: walking with baboons, visiting community resource centres, learning about Maasai culture, and wildlife viewing and photography.

ACC Kenya Safari Highlights - Baboon Walk


WALK AND HIKE IN THE WILD

Walk and hike in the wild. In addition to viewing and photographing wildlife in open 4 x 4 vehicles, we’ll have the opportunity to stretch our legs and experience the diverse and beautiful Kenyan landscapes on foot.

ACC Kenya Safari Highlights - Elephant Pepper Camp


EXPERIENCE REAL ECOTOURISM

We stay in lodges, camps and Maasai manyattas that truly benefit wildlife and the community: Twala Cultural Manyatta, Elephant Pepper Camp, Shompole Wilderness Lodge and Tortilis Camp.

Safari Host, Guides & Management

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HOSTS —ACC & ACC-US

Carolyn Greene, (ACC-US Executive Director), is your host on this adventure, along with ACC’s and Kenya’s leading scientists and community leaders. The Safari is managed by Cheli & Peacock Safaris.

Cheli & Peacock Safaris

ECOTOURISM OPERATOR — CHELI & PEACOCK SAFARIS

Cheli & Peacock Safaris, is one of Kenya’s leading ecotourism operators. For more than 30 years, they have developed a reputation for professional service, outstanding food, and attention to detail. Cheli & Peacock Safaris employ from the local communities and support both National Reserves and community conservation initiatives. C & P has been a longtime partner of ACC.

ACC Kenya Conservation Safari - Meals

ACC Kenya Conservation Safari - River

ACC Kenya Conservation Safari - Camp Fire

ACC Kenya Conservation Safari - Around the Table

ACC Kenya Conservation Safari - Lodging, Ecotourism

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