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RESPONSIBLE TOURISM: WALKING SAFARIS IN THE MASAI MARA

August 10, 2018

 

Reconnect clients with their spirit of adventure and let them follow in the footsteps of ancient explorers and local Maasai guides in the pristine wilderness on a once-in-a-lifetime guided walking safari in the Masai Mara. This activity at Basecamp Explorers renewed camps, will allow them to discover the beautiful terrains and diverse wildlife all whilst on foot. Getting you closer to the action than ever before, there are many ways to explore Masai Mara, but only walking gives you the opportunity to move at the pace of nature. Along the way, learn about game tracking and spot wildlife rarely spotted from a car. 

 

Clients will tune into the sounds and smells, the textures, temperature, and colors. It gives them a chance to understand how wildlife survives, it really is all about appreciating the finer details of a safari.


RESPONSIBLE TOURISM
 

Basecamp Explorer only conduct their walking safaris in Mara Naboisho Conservancy. Where they monitor the number of tourists who enter the area, reducing the number of vehicles and the human impact on the environment and wildlife creating the utmost safari experience. Not only will clients beimpressed by the variety of wildlife within this area as it is home to the big cats, herds of elephant, giraffe, and wildebeest among other wildlife, they also can go away feeling that they have made very little impact to the environment and have been fully responsible tourists during their visit. 

 

SUSTAINABLE ACCOMMODATION TO MATCH
 

Stay at Eagle View and be at the forefront of Sustainable Tourism. Perched on top of a natural hilltop, this luxury eco-camp is located in the same place where you can go on walking safari - Naboisho Conservancy. With Eagle View well known as a brilliant eco camp after being named in the National Geographic Travellers Magazine’s list of twenty-five top eco-lodges in the world back in 2013. The camp overlooks a waterhole, frequently visited by a variety of wildlife including elephants. 

 

The camp consists of nine tents built on elevated platforms. Each tent offers a king size double or twin beds, bathroom, toilet and two showers, one inside and one open-air safari shower, and a private elevated viewing deck with exceptional views of Naboisho Conservancy.

 

Prices start from $350 pppn, this includes full board, transfers, shared game drives, a night game drives and guided walking safari.


For more information please contact Kristina Harlow.

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