Gamewatchers Safaris: Highlights of 2023
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
2M ago
As 2023 draws to a close, we’re taking time to look back and reflect on the past year and what it has brought to us here at Gamewatchers Safaris and Porini Camps. We’d like to thank our clients and travel partners for all their support during this year. This has enabled us to continue our work to protect conservation areas for wildlife and support our local communities. Here are just a few highlights of the year:   Wildlife Highlights & Photographer Guests Guests at our camps have had some sensational wildlife viewing throughout the year and we have been very lucky to have hosted many ..read more
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Porini Safari Camps: A Wildlife Gallery by Julie Roggow
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
2M ago
Here is a wonderful selection of wildlife images by our colleague and regular guest Julie Roggow. These were all taken whilst staying at our Porini Safari Camps in Kenya. Julie has had a long association with Gamewatchers and Porini, having supported us over many years and using her enthusiasm for travel and extensive knowledge of Africa to devise bespoke travel arrangements for many of our clients. Julie is also a passionate photographer and has kindly shared these images from her visits to Porini Camps. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.         The post Porini Saf ..read more
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National Tree Planting Day in Kenya!
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
2M ago
Last month, Gamewatchers Safaris and Porini Safari Camps staff were delighted to take part in Kenya’s first National Tree Planting Day. This vital initiative saw the entire nation join forces in support of the environment. The day, 13 November, was declared a “special holiday” and we contributed to Kenya’s ambitious goal of planting 500 million seedlings this year and the longer term target of planting 15 billion trees by 2032. It was encouraging to see so many people dedicated to a greener, more sustainable future. The post National Tree Planting Day in Kenya! first appeared on Safari Holida ..read more
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Revamped Mess & Lounge Tent at Porini Mara Camp
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
2M ago
Our team at Porini Mara Camp has been working hard with upgrading the Mess / Lounge area to ensure that it is as comfortable as possible for guests. Take a look around the new space in this video …   Porini Mara Camp is situated in Ol Kinyei Conservancy, which is a designated wildlife conservancy that borders the Masai Mara National Reserve. The location offers a more private and exclusive safari experience compared to staying within the main reserve. Guests have the opportunity to see a diverse range of wildlife. Day and night game drives by 4×4 vehicle and guided nature walks are all i ..read more
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Introducing … South Africa & Mozambique Tour
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
3M ago
For those looking for a new and different African experience, we have recently introduced a 12 day South Africa & Mozambique tour. This comprehensive itinerary lets you explore the wonders of Cape Town and its surroundings, then enjoy the thrill of a Big Five safari in a private nature reserve in Kruger National Park before flying to Mozambique to relax on the white-sand beaches of the Indian Ocean. In summary, the tour stays: 3 nights at the prestigious Cape Grace Hotel, which is situated on a private quay between Cape Town’s vibrant V&A Waterfront and the tranquil yacht marina ..read more
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Meet the “Porini Pride” in Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
3M ago
The “Porini Pride” are named after our Porini Rhino Camp to which they are attracted by the bustling waterhole that is perfectly located adjacent to the camp and where a broad range of animals gather. The pride boasts 19 members, including two adult lionesses, seven spirited cubs (about 13 months old), eight adventurous sub-adults, and two adult males. This video shows recent footage as well as film from last year (when the cubs were very young) and we can see just how quickly they have grown. Porini Rhino Camp is set in a secluded valley on a seasonal river within the 90,000 hectare Conserva ..read more
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Porini’s Masai Guides – a photographer could not hope for more!
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
4M ago
Here, first-time Porini Safari Camps guest Todd Martin from Canada shares his thoughts on his safari experience (and some wonderful images!) following his recent trip … My wife and I enjoyed an amazing 12 nights at four Porini Camps, having had a spectacular safari, in every possible way, from start to finish. We spent three nights at each of Porini’s Amboseli, Rhino, Mara, and Lion camps. I’ve already provided feedback to Gamewatchers as to how wonderful the camps and the staff were, the amazing food, the plethora of amazing animal sightings in the conservancies, blissfully free from “vehicle ..read more
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Expansion of our Digital Learning Initiative
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
5M ago
We’re delighted that Endonyo Narasha Primary School has joined our Gamewatchers digital learning initiative, making it the fourth school enrolled from the communities surrounding our Ol Kinyei Conservancy. This smart learning project is a collaborative effort with WiLearn 4 Life, backed by the PD Foundation, with a mission to empower the community with digital and tech skills. WiLearn 4 Life’s CEO, Roland Diethelm, personally delivered digital learning equipment last month and students and teachers were trained on its usage. We have Oloibormurt, Kishermoruak and Ilmochin Primary schools alread ..read more
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Porini Ol Kinyei Safari Cottages: initial guest reviews
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
5M ago
Our brand new Porini Cottages in Ol Kinyei Conservancy opened just a few weeks ago and some of our first visitors have been sharing their comments and reviews. “Greatest experience in Kenya! Shows how humans and nature can coexist and still have sustainable luxury. Thank you to all the team!”   “A home away from home created amidst the unique flora and fauna of African savannah. Very authentically created cottages with superb and unique interior.”     “Absolutely amazing! Professional driver guide and staff who took very good care of us paying attention to the finest level ..read more
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Ol Kinyei Conservancy: A Wildlife Paradise in Masai Mara
Gamewatchers Safaris
by porini
5M ago
In our latest video, “Exploring the Rich History of Ol Kinyei”, you can discover the history of Ol Kinyei Conservancy, one of the pioneer conservancies in Kenya’s Masai Mara. Established in 2005, Ol Kinyei has been a trailblazer in conservation efforts, making it the only IUCN Green List Protected area in the Mara ecosystem.     Ol Kinyei and its surrounding area now has one of the highest densities of big cats, providing the best possible safari experience for wildlife enthusiasts. There are great wildlife viewing opportunities within the Conservancy year-round, and from here visit ..read more
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