Giving goes both ways

12 August 2016

KENYA: In the week of #WorldLionDay, #WorldElephantDay and #InternationalYouthDay, it's a great time to tell you about all the giving going on at THE SAFARI COLLECTION. At each of their properties, guests already contribute just by staying, but here are a few ways that they can actively take part in projects.
 
Menu of Giving
 
GIVE AND GAIN:
The Safari Collection gives back with these accommodation savings at SALA'S CAMP, SASAAB & SOLIO LODGE for 2017:
  • Stay 4 NIGHTS+ and save 25% in High Season / 30% in Savings Season.
  • COMBINE ANY OF TSC for 7 Nights+ and save 30% in High / 35% in Savings Season or
    10 Nights+ and save 35% in High / 40% in Savings Season.
    (Stays at Giraffe Manor count towards the 7/10-night total, but the discount only applies at the other 3 properties.)
TAKING PART:
  • BIG CATS IN THE MARA — when staying at SALA'S CAMP, have lunch with Mara Cheetah Project researchers or visit the Predator Hub Research Centre. Spend a day in the conservation vehicle or assist in population monitoring for the Mara Cheetah & Lion Projects.
  • SAMBURU COMMUNITY — take time at SASAAB to visit the local school, clinic, women's beading co-ops or join SAFE Samburu on a performing day to address community health and wellness.
  • RHINO CONSERVATION — have dinner with one of the world's foremost rhino conservation experts at SOLIO LODGE, assist with anti-poaching patrols, or invite young conservationists from the local school to go on a private game drive with you.
  • WOMEN AND CHILDREN — use GIRAFFE MANOR's free transfers to visit Karen C Primary School or volunteer for a day at a One Horizon feeding centre, school or women's centre.
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BONUS: Watch the NEW Sala's Camp video here:
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Happy selling!
Suzanne

Ingwe Pan

Located in a private concession of Mana Pools National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 8 tents of Ingwe Pan are tucked into the woodland on the fringes of a large secluded pan. Throughout the season, the pan attracts animals large and small, making for exceptional game viewing straight from camp and in the surrounding areas. Ingwe Pan is a 30-minute drive from the famed Mana floodplain and the Zambezi River, and the terrain is a beautiful mix of baobab groves, mopane and riverine forest...

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