Eco-Friendly Kenya Adventures With Global Basecamps

Global Basecamps has introduced a new catalogue of Kenya tours, promising to show first time and returning Kenya travelers something they have never seen before. Travelers will journey through Amboseli, Tsavo, the Great Rift Valley, and up Mt. Kenya, encountering exotic wildlife along the way.

The Kenya Wildlife and Cultural Camping Adventure has been marked the company's flagship tour, taking adventurers from Nairobi through the Masai Mara Game Reserve, Maji Moto, Lake Naivasha, and Lake Nakuru. Travelers on this tour will track herds of animals including zebras, giraffes, gazelles, lions, cheetahs, and more. They will also witness the daily life of the Maasai and walk safaris along Lake Naivasha where hippos and pink flamingos flourish. The Kenya Wildlife and Cultural Camping Adventure will be offered at a reduced price until July 31, 2012.

Global Basecamps also offers custom Kenya eco safaris that support local community projects and the local economy. The company is dedicated to sustainability and making it easier for travelers to book sustainable hotels, lodges, and private tours.

“We have been busy for the past few months updating our product offerings and services” commented Global Basecamps Co-Founder Michael D’Amico. “Building the right partnerships and finding the perfect lodges in Kenya has been a process for us, but it was worth the effort, as I think we have put together a really special collection of tours to this beautiful country.”

For more information on Global Basecamps, please visit www.globalbasecamps.com.

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