SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL AND SAFARIS IN KENYA

SAFARIS IN MASAI MARA, AMBOSELI, SAMBURU, NAKURU IN KENYA

Live in the Maasai Mara for a few days and discover the most beautiful and little-visited places of the savannah with the Maasai people, knowing that your trip contributes to the territory.

The safaris in the Masai Mara in Kenya are some of the most spectacular in Africa. The Masai Mara is located in southwestern Kenya and is part of the Serengeti ecosystem, the part of Tanzania that goes by that name.

At Trip to Help we not only offer trips in Kenya and safaris in the Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru or Amboseli, but we also offer experiences that have a positive impact on the territory visited. We are a responsible and respectful safari company with the environment and the communities visited.

Each safari is organized jointly with the Maasai community living in the area, which is organized through an NGO. In this way, the benefits of the safari in the Masai Mara stay in the community and allow access to education for hundreds of children, and also help female empowerment programs for Masai women. So by choosing a safari in the Masai Mara with Trip to Help, you will not only enjoy the incredible wildlife that inhabits this area, but you will also be contributing to the sustainable development of this area.

KENYA SAFARIS & HOLIDAYS

Giraffes in Arusha Tanzania

4 day Safari and maasai Immersion in Kenya – Maasai Mara

You will be able to disconnect and see the must-see sights of the area. You will go on several safaris, sleep in comfort in the heart of the savannah and next to the charity project to which your trip contributes, and meet the children of their school and the Maasai women the project is helping. Ideal if you only have a few days but you want to experience Kenya to the fullest with masais!

Flexibility in dates.

Price: From 1.425€ per person (in group of 2 persons)

Lioness and her cub resting in Serengeti

10 day Kenya Safari and Beach Holidays – Masai Mara

For those of you who want to combine a safari in the Masai Mara with the beaches of Lamu Island. You will be able to get to know the savannah without haste, and get to know the details of the Maasai community that inhabits this conservation area, in full connection with the wildlife. You will be able to walk on the same ground that zebras, wildebeests, giraffes or elephants walk on and go on safaris with no return time. And before returning, you can enjoy the sun and the beach on the beautiful island of Lamu.

Flexibility in dates.

Price: From 2.495€ per person (in group of 2 people).

Lioness and her cub resting in Serengeti

12 day  Kenya Safari and Beach Holidays – Masai Mara

Complete 12-day trip to Kenya combining safari in the Mara National Reserve, safaris in the Lemek Conservation Area, visit to one of the most isolated communities in Kenya. And finally, a few days of sun and beach on the island of Lamu. Responsible and sustainable tourism. – Flexibility of dates

Price: From 3.400€ per person (in group of 2 people).

Lioness and her cub resting in Serengeti

5 day Safari and maasai Immersion in Kenya – Maasai Mara

In 5 days you will live one of the most impressive experiences of the Masai Mara. From the hand of William, your guide and popular Maasai leader, you will learn about the development project he has managed to make a reality. You will go on safari, learn about the Maasai culture, see a breathtaking sunset in the Maasai Mara savannah. The icing on a cake full of adventures.

Flexibility in dates

Price: From 1.650€ per person (in group of 2 persons)

Pink flamingos in Lake Nakuru

8 day Safari in Kenya – Masai Mara, Samburu & Nakuru

In this 8-day safari you will visit 3 of the main parks in Kenya: the Masai Mara, Samburu National Park and Lake Nakuru. 8 days of safari that will allow you to enjoy one of the most beautiful routes in Kenya and see how each park has its own charm. And what’s more, you will collaborate with the education of hundreds of children just by the simple fact of traveling with us.

Flexibility in dates

Price: From 2.995€ per person (in group of 2 persons)

Pink flamingos in Lake Nakuru

Amboseli & Maasai Mara Safari Tour – 8 days

8 days of route through Kenya where we will visit two of the main parks and conservation areas of Kenya: the Amboseli National Park and the Maasai Mara. During these 8 days of safari we will be able to see and get to know the Maasai Mara through the Maasai community and visit one of the most famous parks in Kenya, Amboseli, where we will see the elephants famous for their giant tusks.

Flexibility in dates

Price: From 2.795€ per person (in group of 2 persons)

Pareja rinocerontes durante Safari en Lago Nakuru

Lake Nakuru & Maasai Mara Safari Tour – 7 days

Experience a 7-day safari in Kenya to explore Lake Nakuru and the Maasai Mara, guided by members of the Maasai community who practice respectful and responsible tourism in the area. Unique activities such as camping in the Mara River or meals in the most beautiful restaurant in the world that we can only do with the inhabitants of the Maasai Mara. All benefits go to improving schooling and community.

Flexibility in dates

Price: From 2.495€ per person (in group of 2 persons)

Lioness and her cub resting in Serengeti

6 day Safari and maasai Immersion in Kenya – Maasai Mara

Ideal for those who want to know the savannah without haste, and get into the details of the community that lives in this conservation area, in full connection with the wildlife. You will be able to leave the jeep and walk on the same land where zebras, wildebeests, giraffes or elephants walk and do safaris with no return time, until nightfall. You will have breakfast in the middle of nowhere, dance around the fire, and see the project’s educational and women’s empowerment project up close. This place will stay with you forever.

Flexibility in dates.

Price: From 2.100€ per person (in group of 2 people).

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Commitment to sustainability

At Trip to Help we care about the natural environment that surrounds us and we are committed to environmental, cultural and socioeconomic sustainability.

We work closely with the local communities, and it is they who organize and execute the activities: they are at the heart of our safaris in the Maasai Mara or in other parks such as Samburu or Amboseli.

Our goal is that you can enjoy a safari in the Maasai Mara but that it helps the communities that have historically lived in the environment: the Maasai. Let your money stay there, and not end up in the hands of large tourism companies, hotel chains, tour operators or companies that do not promote decent work and fair working conditions for local people.

A safari trip in Kenya with Trip to Help, not only enriches you as a person, but also the whole local community, who teach you about their own land and culture. So, enjoying a safari in the Maasai Mara and at the same time collaborating with sustainable development and empowerment of local communities is possible with Trip to Help.

 

What it means to travel to Kenya

Kenya, located in East Africa and bathed by the waters of the Indian Ocean, is one of the most biodiverse countries on the African continent. It owes its name to the Mount KenyaThe highest mountain in the country, and the second highest mountain in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. To travel to Kenya you should know that the country is home to a diverse, mostly Swahili-speaking Swahili-speakingand also home to different tribes, including the Luo different tribes, among them the Luo, the Kikuyu, or the Maasai.

 

On your trip to Kenya, you probably have in mind an activity in one of the country’s highlights: a safari in the Maasai Mara.. This is part of everyone’s imagination when we think of traveling to Kenya. But the country is much more, and it is necessary to go there with detailed information, if we want the country to our trip to Kenya as consciously and sustainably as possible.

 

The Maasai Mara is an extension of more than 1500km2, and is one of the areas of the planet with the highest concentration of wildlife, together with its neighbor Serengeti, in Tanzania. Both are actually the same land, separated by the border of these two countries, Kenya and Tanzania. Doing a safari there will allow us to enjoy the unique sensation of seeing lions, leopards, wildebeests, giraffes, zebras, buffaloes, cheetahs or huge elephants passing by our side. pass by our side, in freedom.

 

However, on our trip to Kenya, in addition to the Masai Mara, and once we land in its capital, Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta Jomo Kenyatta Airport of NairobiIn this area, an infinite number of landscapes, cultures and realities await us. Realities that we will be able to see with our own eyes, and that in addition, with Trip to Help, we will be sure to be contributing to them, in a positive way, with our trip.

 

We will be able to set foot in the Rift Valley, a geological fracture unique in the world, and designated a World Heritage Site by World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 2011 in the lakes area of Kenya. Two of the lakes that are part of this area, the Lake Navaisha and Lake Nakuru are part of some of Trip to Help’s Kenya trips, and are absolute havens of tranquility and a concentration of wildlife. concentration of wildlife and ideal places to see the colorful spectacle of the flamingos that flood the flamingos, which flood its waters.

 

Travel to Kenya with Trip to Help it also means being aware of the negative impact of tourism in these areas, and also of how we can contribute to the communities, and not the large tourist structures, benefiting from it. That is why, on your trip to Kenya with Trip to Help, you will stay in an area within the Masai Mara, which belongs to a Conservation Area: the Lemek Conservation Area.

 

Thanks to this, and to your stay in this area of the Masai Mara, your money will contribute directly to the mostly Maasai community in the area. And you will see firsthand the impact your trip to Kenya has on the education of children and the empowerment of the Maasai women who live there. children’s education and the empowerment of the Maasai women who live there.

 

In addition to several safaris in the area, you will be able to see a Rhino Sanctuary where a couple of rhinos are guarded 365 days a year to ensure the protection of this species, which is under serious threat.

 

Your safari on your trip to Kenya will also be guided by Maasai warriors, and you will learn about the advantages of doing so in a conservation area: you will be able to walking safaris, enjoy evenings until sunset in the middle of the savannah, you can even camping by the Mara river and do not stick to the timetables that are more typical of the National Reserves, such as the Masai Mara National Reserve.

 

In addition, in your trip to Kenya with Trip to Help, you can also visit other spectacular places, such as the Amboseli National Park, the Amboseli National Park, where there is a large concentration of elephants or a complete change of scenery, leaving the savannah and going to the beautiful beautiful coast and the Lamu Archipelago.The cradle of the Swahili culture. A place of beautiful beaches, a mix of cultures, and unparalleled architecture: this city, Lamu, is built entirely of coral.

In all the Kenya travel experiences Trip to Help offers, more than 80% of your trip will stay in the local community, and you will be able to learn about the projects to which your trip contributes. In addition, your trip will have a direct impact on the community, and will always be guided by people from the community. Maasai communityincluding a very popular Maasai leader in Kenya, who is also a National Geographic guide. National Geographic guide. Undoubtedly, your trip to Kenya, in addition to bringing adventure and learning to you, will leave a positive mark on the local community.

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