The IMPACT Tourism portfolio loves to give back to local communities and wildlife/environment preservation projects. Within our portfolio we have a vast array of projects that involve community education, sustainable projects, and best practices when it comes to human/wildlife environments.
Looking to support one of these special projects? There are several to choose from. Below you can find out the IMPACT these properties are making on their local communities. We are proud to share them with you, please consider donating.
The Earth Organization (TEO) is an independent, grass roots, international non-profit, conservation and environment organization, with new solutions, committed to the creative, responsible rehabilitation of Planet Earth and the plant and animal kingdoms. Find out more about what they are doing by clicking here.
Committed to the protection, preservation and careful management of natural resources and the environment, Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary carefully administers both the 18,000 acre wild habitat of the Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary and the 3,000 acre Oserian Wildlife corridor. Find out more about what they are doing by clicking here.
Kicheche Camps is committed to a sustainable environment for all areas in which it places a camp. Specific projects have been put in place to support the local community and wildlife. Specifically, support has been focused in the form of education for the local communities. Some of the projects Kicheche has implemented and continues to manage are: The Kicheche Community Project, Olkimitare Nursery School, Aitong Academy, The Aitong CMF Medical Clinic, Koiyaki Guiding School. Find out more by clicking here.
African people have so much - exuberance, incredible landscapes, passion, and a pronouced happiness and beauty that is quite inexplicable, but they often lack some of the most basic of needs that we westernerrs take for granted. The African people have incredible courage, willpower and a dedication to hard work, but that often just doesn't cut it; and that is where Les Paletuviers comes in. As we enjoy the wonderful things of the African people, it is only proper to give something back. Find out more by clicking here.
Mugie is one of the core study areas of the ‘Laikipia Predator Project’, a research study aimed at improving the conservation of large carnivores throughout Africa. Across most of Africa, people have eradicated predators such as lions, wild dogs and hyenas, largely because theses animals are a threat to livestock. With human densities rising, even predators living inside national parks are threatened as reserve border areas are developed and settled. Click here to see how Mugie is trying to offset these threats.