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Transforming Kenya’s Tourism Landscape

I specialize in developing sustainable ecotourism projects in Kenya that promote environmental conservation, cultural preservation, and economic development. By collaborating with local communities and industry experts, I organize group expeditions that showcase the natural beauty of Kenya while ensuring the well being of its people and ecosystems

Interesting Fact

Domestic tourism in Kenya remains a largely untapped treasure trove. While the world marvels at our breathtaking landscapes and vibrant wildlife, many Kenyans have not had the opportunity to experience these marvels firsthand. Surprisingly, 1 in 10 Kenyans have never laid eyes on a lion in the wild, despite these majestic creatures being iconic symbols of our land

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King Leo

As of 2023, according to the IUCN, only about 23,000 lions are left in the wild, making their future uncertain as they face increasing threats from habitat loss and sport hunting. There are numerous videos on YouTube which showcase hunting of lions as a sport.
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Leopard

Leopards which are arboreal are facing significant habitat loss each day due to increased deforestation and land conversion for agriculture, which fragments their living areas and reduces their prey availability. As of 2023, the leopard population has declined by over 30% in the last three decades, primarily due to habitat loss and poaching
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Rhinoceros

As of 2023, there are less than 27,000 rhinos left in the wild, with poaching rates so high that more rhinos are killed for their horns each year than are born. Its a scary thought to imaging if this trend continues, they could go completely extinct by the year 2040. Only two northern white rhinos remain on the planet, and both of them are female.
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Jumbo

African elephant populations have plummeted by around 30% in the past decade, with approximately 20,000 elephants being killed each year for their ivory.

Group Tours/ Excursions

Guided Safari Tours

Embark on an exhilarating journey through Kenya’s most iconic national parks. Witness the majestic Big Five and a myriad of other wildlife species in their natural habitat

Cultural Immersion

Cultural village tours provide an authentic glimpse into the daily lives, crafts, and rituals of local tribes.

Waterfall Excursions

Experience the refreshing beauty of cascading waterfalls. Hike through lush forests to discover hidden falls, where you can swim, relax, and appreciate the serene surroundings

Camping

Reconnect with nature by spending a night under the stars in eco friendly campsites. Enjoy the tranquility of the wilderness with minimal environmental impact, complemented by guided activities and local organic meals

Mountain Trekking Adventures

Challenge yourself with a mountain trekking expedition. Ascend breathtaking peaks, traverse rugged terrains, and witness panoramic views that will leave you in awe.

Marine Expeditions

Snorkel and dive among vibrant coral reefs in the coastal region. Encounter marine life, and explore the underwater wonders of the Indian Ocean.

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