A rolling savanna of more than 28.000 hectares, the Mara North Conservancy is home to a spectacular array of plants, reptiles, birds and mammals, including elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard and massed concentrations of wildebeest, zebra, gazelle and other migratory wildlife. Leopard Gorge in the heart of the conservancy is famous as the setting of countless BBC Big Cat Diaries and National Geographic documentaries.
Bordering the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Mara North Conservancy is vital for sustaining the famous Serengeti wildebeest migrations and the highly threatened African wild dog and black rhino.
Mara North Conservancy has struck a novel and innovative partnership between the Maasai landowners and a consortium of tour companies to sustain wildlife, improve livelihoods and develop a high quality tourism destination. The partnership has the support of local and national governments as well as conservation organizations in protecting the abundance of wildlife and developing the lives of community members in the conservancy and beyond.
Mara North Conservancy is showing how wildlife, communities and tourism all stand to benefit from a new brand of conservation.
In order to minimize their impact on the environment and wildlife, all member camps also striveto utilize environmentally friendly technologies such as solar panels, eco-burners, ‘green’ waste and wastewater management systems, organic composting for fertilizers or bio-gas, as well as the use of eco-detergents and sustainably grown firewood.
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