Apart from providing tour and travel services, the Green Ranger Safaris team prides itself in its involvement in various conservation efforts and projects.
Conservation involves all measures and actions aimed at safeguarding tangible cultural heritage while ensuring its accessibility to present and future generations.
Conservation embraces preventive conservation, remedial conservation and restoration. All measures and actions should respect the significance and the physical properties of the cultural heritage item.
Green Ranger Safaris has been involved in various conservation initiatives, including the following;
We took part in and helped organise the recent “Ivory belongs to the Elephants walk”, alongside John Nyamu. This walk was done to create awareness in the fight against killing of elephants for their tusks.
We have organised quite a number of tree planting exercises for individuals, companies and schools. We have planted trees in Sagana, Karura Forest, Ruai, Lumo Conservancy in Taita among other regions in Kenya.
Green Ranger Safaris organises safaris to eco-friendly lodges and camps, and encourages its clients to reduce their carbon footprint. Our members of staff also undertake practices that reduce their carbon footprint.
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