The Elephant Orphanage is a charity that adopts a young elephant who is homeless, falls in a trap, is seriously injured, is out of the group, is injured or sick because of war.
The Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi is currently the most successful public welfare institution in the world in the rescue and treatment of elephant orphans. The elephant orphans here come from all over Kenya. After being cured in the orphanage and stable, they will be sent to Tsavo National Park, where they will gradually adapt to the wild life and eventually be released to nature.
The Loisaba Hunting Camp is located at the foot of Mount Kenya. In addition to the intoxicating scenery, there are a large number of wild animals living there, where you can easily watch wild animals.Start a walking safari tour, accompanied by professional guides and gun guards, to experience the unique experience of finding animals in Africa. In the evening, experience the unforgettable “Starry Sky Bed” and make a sweet dream under the stars of Africa.
Accompanied by a professional guide, you can travel to Loisaba. Loisaba covers an area of 56,000 hectares, where the beauty of the Laikipia Plain to Mount Kenya is unobstructed, and it is a must for elephants and other wildlife. In addition to the hustle and bustle scenery, Loisaba is a model that reflects the perfect combination of local people's ecological protection and tourism development. Participate in the anti-poaching experience specially arranged by us, follow professional training dogs, and feel how local Kenyans anti-poaching and protect nature .
Accompanied by a guide to fly to the Maasai Mara Nature Reserve, stay at the high-end tent hotel on the Mara River and enjoy a variety of wildlife on the hotel's terrace.
Visit the Maasai Mara accompanied by a tour guide to experience the beauty and beauty of nature .
Safari in the Maasai Mara Nature Reserve. The Maasai Mara Nature Reserve is the largest and most popular nature reserve in Kenya. The 1510 square kilometers of grassland and woodland are home to many birds and mammals. The western part of the park is the cliff of Silia. The garden is dotted with acacia trees. Lions, elephants, leopards, giraffes and different kinds of antelopes and zebras can be seen everywhere. If you are lucky, you can also see rhinoceros. The climax of wildlife migration lasts from July to September and is a visual feast for nature directors. Many ancient Maasai tribes also live here.
You can choose to take a hot air balloon (at your own expense) and fly over the Mara Plains. In the sky, you can enjoy the magnificent view of the rising sun. The vast land is gradually waking up, and the animals in the group are passing by.