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Ecotourism Kenya and Wanderlust Diaries are collaboratively running a social media campaign dubbed The Conscious Traveller. The goal of the campaign is to create awareness of responsible travel best practices and to highlight best practices that travellers can take note of while in a destination or on a trip.

The awareness creation campaign is complemented with a monthly photography challenge set to run from 1st – 15th April 2022 at 12 A.M. The theme of this month’s challenge is Museums: Our Future In The Past. Supporting partners of this initiative are the National Museums of Kenya and Kenya Climate Change Innovation Centre.


Did you know that Kenya has 20 Museums and several other prehistoric sites, monuments, and world heritage sites? Find out more on https://www.museums.or.ke/  Museums are known to treasure and preserve history. Some might underestimate the potential museums hold as unique tourist destinations despite their knowledge offer on culture and heritage. Additionally, museums offer memorable experiences as one gets to spend meaningful time with their selves and/or loved ones.

Visit a museum near you and join The Conscious Traveller Photography Challenge!



Theme: Museums. Our Future In The Past.

Eligibility: Open to Kenyans and Kenyan residents

Device: A smartphone

Photo requirements: Photos to be saved as .png, .jpeg, .jpg (other formats will not be allowed)

Entries: Maximum of 4 photos per individual

Submission channel: info@ecotourismkenya.org, Email subject to read ‘Photo challenge 2022 A’

Include your full name, age, the date when the photo(s) were taken, the type of phone used, and a short caption. Let the caption be a sentence of 20 words maximum.

Open submission date: 1st April 2022

Submission closes on: 15th April 2022 at 12 A.M.



  • If you take pictures of other travelers, kindly obtain consent before submitting.
  • All photos must not have been used in past challenges/competitions.
  • Submitted photos cannot be used in subsequent challenges.


See the winner, George Munala: