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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

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


KEFRI plant nursery, Gede, Kenya

The Kenya Forestry and Research Institute (KEFRI) has over 25 years of experience in forestry research and allied natural resources. One of the KEFRI Research Centres specialises in Coastal eco-systems and is based in the Arabuko Sokoke Forest. This forest is the largest and most intact coastal forest in East Africa. The Arabuko Sokoke Forest is home to 20% of Kenya's bird species, 30% butterfuly species and at least 24 rare and endemic bird, mammal and butterfly species such as: the Golden-rumped Elephant-shrew, Sokoke Bushy-tailed Mongoose and Ader’s Duike.

Tree planting at Buffalo Camp

KEFRI are key partners in sharing expertiese and knowledge in reforestation with staff at Tsavo Buffalo Camp to establish a pilot rehabilitation project through reforestation over two hectares of land. 

This project needs volunteers to learn the tree planting technique and transfer the knowledge to children in Chakama. Spreading the understanding and value of refrestation amongst local youth. Each successful tree planted by a young person in Chakama will be rewared with a seedling to be planted in their homestead. 

David and Samuel have started planting indigenous trees and making organic compost in preparation for volunteers helping to plant the first batch of 100 seedlings. All the seedlings are donated by KEFRI, KWS and aquired from individual donations by visitors at Tsavo Buffalo Camp.