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Ecotourism Kenya is excited to be invited to the launch of the first Status of Wildlife Conservancies Report 2016. The Launch will be officated by the cabinet secretary Ministry of Enviroment and Natural Resources, Prof. Judi Wakhungu at the KWS clubhouse grounds. The state of conservancies report consolidates information and data on conservancies based on […]

Exciting Youth Mentorship Opportunity in Community-Based Tourism

 Are you a student looking for an attachment opportunity within the tourism sphere?  If so, consider applying for the student attachment program at Ecotourism Kenya. The program is targeting students from Kenya Universities to undertake the 4-day training from 8th-12th January 2018. After the training, the students will be posted to various host organizations across […]

Invitation to Ecotourism Capacity Development Forum

Ecotourism Kenya would like to invite all graduate students who have passed through our Leadership and Mentorship Program for a capacity development forum. The forum will be an opportunity for us to share with you highlights of some tourism enterprise development modules and other innovative tools developed in an EU funded program. The tools will […]

Ecotourism recommends Suzan Kinyanjui

Are you looking for a flamboyant and result oriented millennial with expertise in customer relations, communications, administration duties, marketing, events organization, community enterprise program engagement? Ecotourism Kenya is pleased to recommend Susan Waithera Kinyanjui.  For the past 6 months, Susan has been volunteered with Ecotourism Kenya and has gained experience in the above mentioned areas […]

Campi ya Kanzi-Ecowarrior of SDG13

Campi ya Kanzi was built by and for the Maasai. Located on Kuku Group Ranch, the “Camp of the Hidden Treasure” is the only safari lodge on a Maasai-owned reserve spanning 283,000 acres of pristine wilderness at the foot of the Chyulu Hills in southern Kenya. Campi Ya Kanzi was founded in 1996 by Italian-born […]

El Karama Eco Lodge -The Ecowarrior of SDG 12

El Karama Eco Lodge was this year’s Ecowarrior of Sustainable Development Goal 12; Ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns. El Karama is situated centrally within Laikipia District, in the 40,000 square Km Ewaso ecosystem that boasts more diversity of fauna and flora than any other region in Kenya. El Karama Eco Lodge is based on […]

Serena Beach Resort and Spa – Ecowarrior of SDG 14

Kenya celebrated the 2017 UNWTO World Tourism Day on 27th September 2017 by showcasing the innovative leaders in sustainable tourism that were recognized in an Eco Warrior Award Gala dinner theme Magical Night Experience. Serena Beach Resort & Spa emerged the winner of SDG14 which is; Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine […]

Ol Pejeta Ecowarrior of SDG 15

The Eco-Warrior Award is a Kenyan tourism award that recognizes and celebrates outstanding contributions to ecotourism practice in Kenya. It is aimed at motivating winning ventures/operations and industry at large to embrace practices that are ecologically and ethically sustainable in order to compete with the best in the world. The 12th chapter of the award welcomed Ol […]

Ol Pejeta – Ecowarrior of SDG 8 & overall 2017 winner

Ol Pejeta, the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa is this year’s overall winner of the annual Ecowarrior Award. The 90,000-acre private wildlife conservancy – is situated on the equator, in Kenya’s Laikipia District, between the foot hills of the Aberdares and the magnificent snow-capped Mount Kenya. During the Ecowarrior Award which was held […]