Wednesday, December 4, 2013


Executive summary by darmansjah

Walk for Elephants

The country’s Laikipia ecosystem is home to one of the largest free-ranging elephant populations in East Africa, but the intensified, illicit hunt for ivory threatens to decimate it by 2020. Raise funds for a local anti-poaching initiative while trekking the stomping grounds of these beloved giants. Led by the company  founders, this walkathon and camel-supported camping expedition covers up to 15 miles a day from Laikipia to the Kirisia Hills, leby by Samburu guides.

Hidden Places Travel: “100 Miles for Elephants,” 9 days; US$3,450;

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