WILD YET RESPONSIBLE
The very foundation of Alex Walker’s Serian is constituted by a deep respect for the beautiful wilds of Kenya and Tanzania, as well as its people and cultures. The preservation of these precious spaces lies at the heart of our ethos and practice, and this manifests itself in a number of ways. One of the keys to conservation is managing the way people interact with these wild spaces, and the game that they harbor. As human populations increase, and pressure on resources mounts, it’s crucial to invest in ways that makes it profitable to local populations to keep conservation alive.

Rescuing ‘Pili’ the Elephant

6.53 AM, Saturday morning, I’m settling into a strong coffee, the morning send off completed, the dawn chorus dissipating as the birds head off to feed. Sammy, one of our Serian mess attendants rushes in with… Read More

MNC – Community

Communities living in natural wildlife areas must be provided with the economic incentives to set aside their land for wildlife conservation. In the 1980s & 1990s, growing land fragmentation began to lead to the environmental… Read More

Wild Yet Responsible Compost

Composting All of our organic waste from our Kenyan camps goes into a compost pit, which in turn nurtures our 100% organic veggie patch, supplemented by cow manure from local Masai bomas. What we can’t… Read More

Contemplate the traditional

A truly unique opportunity to contemplate the traditional… Walk with the Masai warriors, and hunt with the Hadzabe Bushmen – learn from their age-old wildlife experience in the bush. Walking with Alex, or another experienced… Read More

Awards & Affiliates

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Photo Credits: Rachel Ambrose, Gerard Ambrose, Andrew Brown, Eliza Deacon, Peter Haygarth, John Moller, Paul Sheen, Angus O'Shea, Roisin Perret, Anup Shah, Manoj Shah & Alex Walker.
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