Past Webinars

12 December 2019

Community & Conservation Safari, adding value & meaning to guest experiences with African Bush Camps

African Bush Camps

The season of giving and reflecting on the past year is upon us. African Bush Camps invites you to join us as we dive into our community and conservation relationships and highlight the importance and impact a conscious traveller can make towards sharing and conserving Africa together. Walk with the African Bush Camps team as we explore the intricacies of conservation and illustrate how guests can actively participate and understand the need and benefits of the work being undertaken by African Bush Camps Foundation. Join us on our Community and Conservation Safari, as we empower one another through enriching experiences.

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05 December 2019

Introducing Lengishu - the new exclusive use property on Borana Conservancy

Borana

Lengishu is an exclusive use family home at the heart of the Borana Conservancy in Northern Kenya, the country’s newest and most successful rhino sanctuary. Offering accommodation for up to 12 guests, Lengishu combines a leading wildlife destination with a sustainable ethos and locally sourced and inspired design. Lengishu is nestled quietly into a ridgeline offering stunning views across Borana, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and deep into Kenya’s Northern Frontier. Stone for the floors and design features were excavated from the site itself, earth from the site clads the walls and the exposed timber-work was all sourced locally.

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03 December 2019

Borana Lodge & Conservancy - using tourism to fund conservation

Borana

Borana Conservancy is a 32,000 acre private conservation area hailed by Save The Rhino International as ‘Kenya’s newest and most successful rhino sanctuary’. In 2013, a founding population of black rhino were introduced to Borana and the population has since thrived. Once settled, Borana and the neighboring Lewa Wildlife Conservancy dropped their fences to form the Lewa-Borana Landscape (LBL), the largest contiguous rhino habitat in East Africa which spans 92,000 acres. The LBL currently hosts 12% (105) and 14% (98) of Kenya’s black and white rhino stocks respectively.

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