© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020
CHAKE CONSERVANCY

VISITOR INFORMATION

Visitors are totally welcome and here is some information to help make your stay a great success! Ecotourism supports wildlife conservation in and around Maasai Mara in Narok, Kenya and employs local community members in projects ranging from traditional crafts production and sustainable agriculture to Safari guiding. Our guides simultaneously serve as paramedics. Most of our visitors fly into Nairobi and you can book your safaris and accomodation in advance or in-country. Concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic? Our tour vans are made in a way that when guests sit comfortably inside, there's social distance and we give health talks to our clients on the importance of handwashing, proper use of face masks and sanitizers while on board our 4×4 tour vehicles.

SAFARI Around Narok

The Maasai Mara National Reserve offers visitors year-round wildlife watching in the world’s richest big game park. Sweeping vistas of grassland with characteristic acacia trees have hardly changed since the dawn of mankind! Lions, zebras, elephants, rhinos and hippos? We’ve got ‘em! That’s because we protect them and they are worth far more alive as part of our living landscape than they would ever be dead. Here it is the human settlements that are fenced-in and the wildlife and safari vehicles that roam free! Let the experts guide you to the adventure of a lifetime. Download their brochure and see how easy it is to set up your tailor-made vacation with them!

December to March

The dry season! At this time of year, the grass is golden and shorter, making wildlife easier to see. Herds kick up dust and the scenery is atmospheric, dawn and sunset views can be glorious!

August and September

Fresh green grasses of the mara draw the migrations into Kenya of huge herds of zebra and wildebeest from the neighbouring Serenghetti in Tanaznia!

Year-round Wildlife

Watching

At any time of year you will experience an abundance of wildlife including possible encounters with: Lion, cheetah, leopard, hyena, elephant, zebra, wildebeest (gnu), hartebeest, giraffe, impala, topi, buffalo, warthog, hippo and a host of smaller animals and birds that add spice to your expedition. We are not restricted to roads, the 4 WD safari vehicles go where the wild animals are and each trip has its unique experiences!

EXPERIENCE MAASAI

CULTURE

You can see the traditional lifestyle of Maasai people, customs & learn rules for visitors. Maasai culture is unique and interesting. Within the conservancy we have been empowering people through education, cottage industry / traditional crafts / sustainable agriculture / employment in conservation & ecotourism. We have started training some of the men and women of the community to make some crafts and bead work to keep them constructively occupied and earn some income. These wares will be available at Chake hall for tourists to buy.

CHAKE AWARENESS TOURS FOR REFORESTATION

We have decided to increase our public presence and welcome you to take up a unique Chake Awareness Tour. You will be helping us improve. Will you be our first Supporter? Charles Kinara will personally guide and show you through our area. You will arrive at Lolgorien and make your way easily to Chake. Or we can get you there. Once here you will see the nursery where all the seedlings are raised for reforestation and get your signed Tree Planting Certificate, as we will plant 10 Little Trees in your name from part of your contribution. You will the get taken for a great walk up to Chake Rock with incredible views over the Mara and take in the vastness and enjoy the cool breezes that blow there. You will meet and greet and walk with our community Rangers and if it's that time , you can join them in a snare sweep. We will show you the animals our Rangers protect, and you are likely to see Elephants and of course Giraffes, Lions, Zebras as well as other smaller creatures. Contributors please message me on FaceBook too please, to arrange your contribution so we can set the dates within reason.
You will see a local community where we have planted trees and meet some of the community members. So all in all, a fantastic day to meet us and see how a Conservancy works. Our Chake Awareness Tours for Reforestation are US$ 230 and a picnic basket will be Included in your tour. Asante Sana! Dankie! Thank you! Please share with any friends who are traveling to Kenya. See you soon!
Chake Tree Nursery Jungle trees cleared to make charcoal Chake Rangers with wire snares found on patrol Chake community bee hives in a honey house Chake Rock viewpoint Chake Lions are safe from poachers and well-fed Chake Elephants browsing near jungle All Images on this page are copyright and courtesy of Pixabay unless marked otherwise.

Chake Images

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A Signed Certificate For Tree Sponsors

Chake thanks contributors

with a signed certificate

© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020

VISITOR INFORMATION

Visitors are totally welcome and here is some information to help make your stay a great success! Ecotourism supports wildlife conservation in and around Maasai Mara in Narok, Kenya and employs local community members in projects ranging from traditional crafts production and sustainable agriculture to Safari guiding. Our guides simultaneously serve as paramedics. Most of our visitors fly into Nairobi and you can book your safaris and accomodation in advance or in-country. Concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic? Our tour vans are made in a way that when guests sit comfortably inside, there's social distance and we give health talks to our clients on the importance of handwashing, proper use of face masks and sanitizers while on board our 4×4 tour vehicles.

SAFARI Around Narok

The Maasai Mara National Reserve offers visitors year- round wildlife watching in the world’s richest big game park. Sweeping vistas of grassland with characteristic acacia trees have hardly changed since the dawn of mankind! Lions, zebras, elephants, rhinos and hippos? We’ve got ‘em! That’s because we protect them and they are worth far more alive as part of our living landscape than they would ever be dead. Here it is the human settlements that are fenced-in and the wildlife and safari vehicles that roam free! Let the experts guide you to the adventure of a lifetime. Download their brochure and see how easy it is to set up your tailor-made vacation with them!

December to March

The dry season! At this time of year, the grass is golden and shorter, making wildlife easier to see. Herds kick up dust and the scenery is atmospheric, dawn and sunset views can be glorious!

August and September

Fresh green grasses of the mara draw the migrations into Kenya of huge herds of zebra and wildebeest from the neighbouring Serenghetti in Tanaznia!

Year-round Wildlife

Watching

At any time of year you will experience an abundance of wildlife including possible encounters with: Lion, cheetah, leopard, hyena, elephant, zebra, wildebeest (gnu), hartebeest, giraffe, impala, topi, buffalo, warthog, hippo and a host of smaller animals and birds that add spice to your expedition. We are not restricted to roads, the 4 WD safari vehicles go where the wild animals are and each trip has its unique experiences!

EXPERIENCE

MAASAI CULTURE

You can see the traditional lifestyle of Maasai people, customs & learn rules for visitors. Maasai culture is unique and interesting. Within the conservancy we have been empowering people through education, cottage industry / traditional crafts / sustainable agriculture / employment in conservation & ecotourism. We have started training some of the men and women of the community to make some crafts and bead work to keep them constructively occupied and earn some income. It is especially important for widows to have independent income. These wares will be available at Chake hall for tourists to buy.

CHAKE AWARENESS TOURS FOR REFORESTATION

We have decided to increase our public presence and welcome you to take up a unique Chake Awareness Tour. You will be helping us improve. Will you be our first Supporter? Charles Kinara will personally guide and show you through our area. You will arrive at Lolgorien and make your way easily to Chake. Or we can get you there. Once here you will see the nursery where all the seedlings are raised for reforestation and get your signed Tree Planting Certificate, as we will plant 10 Little Trees in your name from part of your contribution. You will the get taken for a great walk up to Chake Rock with incredible views over the Mara and take in the vastness and enjoy the cool breezes that blow there. You will meet and greet and walk with our community Rangers and if it's that time , you can join them in a snare sweep. We will show you the animals our Rangers protect, and you are likely to see Elephants and of course Giraffes, Lions, Zebras as well as other smaller creatures. Contributors please message me on FaceBook too please, to arrange your contribution so we can set the dates within reason.
You will see a local community where we have planted trees and meet some of the community members. So all in all, a fantastic day to meet us and see how a Conservancy works. Our Chake Awareness Tours for Reforestation are US$ 230, a picnic basket will be Included in your tour. Asante Sana! Dankie! Thank you! Please share with any friends who are traveling to Kenya. See you soon!
Chake Tree Nursery Deforestation for charcoal making Chake Rangers with wire snares Chake Honey House Chake Rock viewpoint Chake's well-fed lions Chake Elephants browsing near jungle

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All Images on this page are copyright and courtesy of Pixabay unless marked otherwise. A Signed Certificate For Tree Sponsors

Chake thanks contributors

with a signed certificate

VISITOR

INFORMATION

Visitors are totally welcome and here is some information to help make your stay a great success! Ecotourism supports wildlife conservation in and around Maasai Mara in Narok, Kenya and employs local community members in projects ranging from traditional crafts production and sustainable agriculture to Safari guiding. Our guides simultaneously serve as paramedics. Most of our visitors fly into Nairobi and you can book your safaris and accomodation in advance or in-country. Concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic? Our tour vans are made in a way that when guests sit comfortably inside, there's social distance and we give health talks to our clients on the importance of handwashing, proper use of face masks and sanitizers while on board our 4×4 tour vehicles.

SAFARI Around Narok

The Maasai Mara National Reserve offers visitors year- round wildlife watching in the world’s richest big game park. Sweeping vistas of grassland with characteristic acacia trees have hardly changed since the dawn of mankind! Lions, zebras, elephants, rhinos and hippos? We’ve got ‘em! That’s because we protect them and they are worth far more alive as part of our living landscape than they would ever be dead. Here it is the human settlements that are fenced-in and the wildlife and safari vehicles that roam free! Let the experts guide you to the adventure of a lifetime. Download their brochure and see how easy it is to set up your tailor-made vacation with them!

December to March

The dry season! At this time of year, the grass is golden and shorter, making wildlife easier to see. Herds kick up dust and the scenery is atmospheric, dawn and sunset views can be glorious!

August and September

Fresh green grasses of the mara draw the migrations into Kenya of huge herds of zebra and wildebeest from the neighbouring Serenghetti in Tanaznia!

Year-round Wildlife Watching

At any time of year you will experience an abundance of wildlife including possible encounters with: Lion, cheetah, leopard, hyena, elephant, zebra, wildebeest (gnu), hartebeest, giraffe, impala, topi, buffalo, warthog, hippo and a host of smaller animals and birds that add spice to your expedition. We are not restricted to roads, the 4 WD safari vehicles go where the wild animals are and each trip has its unique experiences!

EXPERIENCE MAASAI

CULTURE

You can see the traditional lifestyle of Maasai people, customs & learn rules for visitors. Maasai culture is unique and interesting. Within the conservancy we have been empowering people through education, cottage industry / traditional crafts / sustainable agriculture / employment in conservation & ecotourism. We have started training some of the men and women of the community to make some crafts and bead work to keep them constructively occupied and earn some income. These wares will be available at Chake hall for tourists to buy.
© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020

CHAKE AWARENESS TOURS FOR

REFORESTATION

We have decided to increase our public presence and welcome you to take up a unique Chake Awareness Tour. You will be helping us improve. Will you be our first Supporter? Charles Kinara will personally guide and show you through our area. You will arrive at Lolgorien and make your way easily to Chake. Or we can get you there. Once here you will see the nursery where all the seedlings are raised for reforestation and get your signed Tree Planting Certificate, as we will plant 10 Little Trees in your name from part of your contribution. You will the get taken for a great walk up to Chake Rock with incredible views over the Mara and take in the vastness and enjoy the cool breezes that blow there. You will meet and greet and walk with our community Rangers and if it's that time , you can join them in a snare sweep. We will show you the animals our Rangers protect, and you are likely to see Elephants and of course Giraffes, Lions, Zebras as well as other smaller creatures. Contributors please message me on FaceBook too please, to arrange your contribution so we can set the dates within reason.
You will see a local community where we have planted trees and meet some of the community members. So all in all, a fantastic day to meet us and see how a Conservancy works. Our Chake Awareness Tours for Reforestation are US$ 230, a picnic basket will be Included in your tour. Asante Sana! Dankie! Thank you! Please share with any friends who are traveling to Kenya. See you soon!
Chake Tree Nursery Deforestation for charcoal making Chake Rangers with wire snares Chake Honey House Chake Rock viewpoint Chake's well-fed lions Chake Elephants browsing near jungle All Images on this page are copyright and courtesy of Pixabay unless marked otherwise.

Chake Image

Chake Image

Chake Image

Chake Image

Chake Image

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Chake Image

A Signed Certificate For Tree Sponsors

Chake thanks contributors

with a signed certificate