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Green-Safari works in partnership with Wildlife Works - an established wildlife conservation organisation also based near Tsavo East, Kenya.

Offset Emissions with REDD+
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation

When you purchase REDD+ offsets from Wildlife Works, you are purchasing Verified Emission Reductions that preserve threatened forests, protect endangered wildlife, and uplift forest communities.

When you place your order of REDD+ offsets/VERs, the offsets will be retired on your behalf. You will receive a certificate and a record of the VER serial numbers that were retired. If you have any questions, please Wildlife Works at support@wildlifeworks.com

Furthermore, traveling with Green-Safari raises funds for a small reforestation project adjacent to the Buffalo Camp, Tsavo East Kenya. Every tree planted counts.

Tsavo East National Park

Google Maps, Tsavo East National Park

Visit Tsavo East National Park, measuring 22’000 sq.km, it is the largest National Park in Kenya and one of the most extensive in the world. Meaning you are less likely to be caught up in a paparazzi frenzy of tourists trying to get the best photograph of a lion.

Tsavo East, also known as the theatre of the wild, is sanctuary for the big five of the Savannah and over 500 species of birds. In fact, Tsavo is home to the largest population of elephants in Kenya! On safari you can expect to see hurds of buffalo, rhino, lions, leopards, cheetahs, pods of hippos, crocodiles and waterbuck. You can also find rare antelpoes and gazelles such as the lesser kudu, gerenuk and hirola.

Zebra kiss, Tsavo East, November 2011

 

The famous David Sheldrick MBE is the founder Warden of Tsavo National Park. His wife Daphne Shekdrick is the first person to have perfected the milk formula and necessary husbandry for both infant milk dependent Elephants and Rhinos. The David Sheldrick Foundation are the true experts in saving orphan elephants and rhinos and nurturing them to be slowly re-introduced in to the wild.