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KENYA SAFARI HOLIDAYS

SUPPORTING THE WELFARE OF THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO PROTECT OUR WILDERNESS

Kenya safari holidays are one of the most sought-after experiences in the world and for good reason. Boasting over 50 national parks and game reserves, Kenya is known as the birthplace of safari, famous for its big cats and even bigger elephants. The diversity of wildlife, culture and ecosystems means that no two experiences are the same on a tailor-made Kenya safari – yet all are magical, appealing to first-timers and veterans alike.

 
Cheetah

Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve is arguably the best place on earth to see wildlife, especially big cats, as the vast prey-filled plains are ideal hunting grounds for lion and cheetah.

Boasting a variety of different mammal and bird species across five different types of habitat, Amboseli is one of Kenya’s best national parks when it comes to unsurpassed safari experiences.

Zebras in Wild
Image by Wade Lambert

A safari in Laikipia can be one of the most rewarding experiences in East Africa. Not only is there an abundance of wildlife including the Big Five, but there are also some rare species that are difficult to find elsewhere on the continent.

Tailor-made safari holidays in Samburu National Reserve are really special. The more common elephants, lions and giraffes live alongside rarer species not found elsewhere in Africa.

Image by Harshil Gudka
Zebra Couple

A safari in Meru National Park is a wonderfully exciting experience. Less visited than some of Kenya’s other parks and reserves, it makes for a perfect ‘off the beaten track’ safari holiday.

Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks combine to make Kenya’s biggest and oldest protected wildlife area. An abundance of wildlife including the Big Five reside across a variety of different habitats. A Tsavo safari holiday is a true adventure in the wild, where large herds of elephants and maneless lions live under the giant African sky alongside huge quantities of Kenya’s other wildlife.

Lioness
Image by Michael Mole

Nairobi is the capital of Kenya, formed back in 1899 by British colonialists who used it as a hub for the Ugandan railway. It is one of the most prosperous cities in Africa, with a thriving industry, a developing cultural scene and a number of different activities to enjoy including a safari in the Nairobi National Park.

Ask most people what comes to mind when they think of Kenya, and the answer is usually safaris and wildlife. However, Kenya also has 300 miles of idyllic white sand beaches running along the tranquil waters of the glistening Indian Ocean

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For Rangers are a dedicated group of individuals who are raising money for the welfare of rangers who risk their lives daily to protect Africa’s endangered species.

Rather than just tell the story – the For Rangers teams hope that by taking part in some of the hardest, most challenging endurance events on the planet, they can draw attention not only to the plight of Africa’s wildlife and the poaching crisis but importantly, the hardships and dangers the rangers are exposed to in trying to protect our wildlife. And in doing so, raise funds that go directly to rangers’ welfare.

  •  Over 1500 rangers have been killed in the line of duty since 2003

  • For Rangers’ mission is to improve the welfare of wildlife rangers, specifically those working on conservancies in Africa

  • For Rangers’ founders are based in Kenya, but its grants benefit a network of conservancies and parks covering 2,500 of the 22,000 rangers currently employed in Africa

  • For Rangers has achieved fundraising goals predominantly through support and recognition of expeditions and extreme physical endurance challenges, raising more than $3 million in five years, together with more than $600,000 of in-kind donations, with minimal investment or promotion

  • For Rangers’ mission is to improve the welfare of wildlife rangers

 

We would love to hear from you, the best way to contact us is via our contact form below.

 

Alternatively, you can call Charlie Potter on +44 7533 335886 or email charlie@forrangers.com

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