Choosing Conservation Safaris

Entice Africa Safaris specializes in offering conservation safaris, giving safari enthusiasts the chance to join experts in the field. Our safaris are ideal for those who want to connect with the professionals on the ground as well as gain an in-depth understanding of what exactly is happening in African wildlife conservation.

Booking A Conservation Safari Package

Poaching is the main reason elephants and rhinos are endangered. Elephants are hunted for their ivory tusks and rhinos for their horns, despite a ban on the international trade in ivory. Human-wildlife conflict and habitat loss pose the greatest threat to wildlife species and have led to the extinction of several species and a substantial population decline.

At Entice Africa Safaris, our Kenyan conservation safaris focus more on elephants, rhinos, and big cats. Taking this safari package allows you to see the efforts being made to preserve these wildlife species for future generations. You will also get a chance to visit the conservancies and wildlife sanctuaries, which gives you a better overview of what is happening and how wildlife is rescued.

Whether you intend to explore wildlife species or want to learn more about conservation efforts, booking our educational conservation safari in Kenya is perfect for you. The proceeds from these safaris support the research being conducted, the conservation facilities and the local communities around the wildlife conservancies. You can make donations to financially support these projects.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re interested in both wildlife and learning more about conservation efforts, these educational safaris around Kenya are a great option. The proceeds from these tours support the research being undertaken, the conservation facilities and the local communities around these wildlife areas.You can also donate to help these projects.

A number of our guests are so grateful for the service they receive from our driver guides that they want to show their appreciation in some way. However, there is no obligation to tip, and if you do the amount is completely up to you.