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The People We Meet Along the Way: Kenya

Home to the Maasai Mara Reserve, the urban capital Nairobi and Big Five safari game, Kenya enchants and transforms travelers with its complexity. Described as “the cradle of humanity,” the country’s magnitude is palpable in its savannah landscapes and vibrant tribal cultures. On her recent trip, Indagare founder Melissa Biggs Bradley met with four of the country’s leading experts on conservation and sustainable tourism. Here, they reveal the work currently being done, the greatest threats to Africa’s wildlife and how travelers can make a positive impact.

Contact Indagare to plan a conservation-focused trip to Kenya.

– Melissa Biggs Bradley on April 25, 2019

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By choosing destinations with a strong conservation ethos, travelers can create an economic imperative for destinations to ensure they are heavily involved with local conservation efforts and have a genuine sustainability ethos.
~ Mark Boyd, The Safari Collection

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