What makes a Kenyan safari a sustainable travel option? By Calvin Cottar on Apr 16, 2022 in Africa, Kenya, Regions
As American historian, author and activist, Mary Ritter Beard once said, “travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living”. Sustainable travel makes this true not only for those people visiting a new place, but also for those who call that place home. As a sustainable travel option, a Kenyan safari emphasizes the quality (not quantity) of the wilderness and wildlife, partnerships between safari camps and neighbouring communities, and social entrepreneurship and community development that helps people thrive.
Sustainable tourism credentials for the country
Kenya has worked hard at finding a balance between communities, tourists and conservation to ensure the wild stays wild for as long as possible. About eight percent of its total
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