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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Happy selling!
Suzanne

Verney's Camp

Machaba Safaris’ Verney’s Camp is in the heart of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Situated on the central side of the southeastern part of Hwange National Park, Verney’s Camp is in a private concession of 10 000 hectares (24,710 acres) which is in a remote part of the park not accessed by other visitors. The camp is located at Verney’s Pan, which is situated on a large open floodplain surrounded by teak forest typical of Hwange National Park. The waterhole at Verney’s plays host to numerous animals and is a playground for the famous elephant herds of Hwange...

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