Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club Introduces Eco-Safaris

Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club has introduced a set of authentic leisure activities and experiences beyond the car safari. With a keen focus on sustainability, conservation and supporting the circular economy of the ecosystem, the hotel located within the private Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy and on the slopes of Mount Kenya is offering a range of eco-safaris, including walking, biking and horseback riding safaris.

Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club is situated amid the Laikipia region, which is home to a variety of wildlife, indigenous woods and waterfalls. Safaris on the slopes of Mount Kenya offer year-round access to the remarkable resilience of nature. In addition to offering a range of outdoor activities including horseback riding, cycling and guided walking safaris, the hotel also offers bush dining experiences in the company of the elusive mountain bongos. In partnership with Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy and Kenya Wildlife Services, the site has also restored elephants and giraffes to the area.

Visitors will have the opportunity to observe mountain bongos up close in the large reserve and the first-ever sanctuary of its kind in Kenya. Moreover, travelers who wish to assist these conservation efforts can participate in animal adoption programs, which also benefit the welfare of rescued animals and the work of the conservancy. Visitors are also encouraged to plant a tree in the Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy or a rose within the Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club estate as a way of helping to restore the slopes of Mount Kenya.

Just a stone’s throw away, guided by expert rangers, guests can opt for a range of adventures in the forest. They can enjoy an exploration to discover the native plant species and wildlife hidden within this region. They can spot a variety of animals, from the Burchell zebra and African cape buffaloes to the waterbuck and the endangered mountain bongo.

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