Children on safari are a joy, as they bring to light many of the questions that adults are ‘afraid’ to ask, and they incite a level of discovery which adults rarely reach. Great Plain’s Young Explorers’ Conservation Camp has handcrafted a diverse, active and educational children’s program complete with a survival skills course and local pen pals to make a safari the ultimate well-rounded family adventure.
Activities include archery, tracking, art, fishing, cooking and astronomy. Children will leave as conservation ambassadors, with certificates of completion and a new skill set to wow their friends back home. ol Donyo Lodge and Zarafa Camp are on consummate family safari destinations, hosting children as young as five and modifying the level of activities according to age.
Great Plains Conservation saves wild tracts of land and endangered species, and generates much needed revenue for local communities, helping them care for their natural and wildlife resources. It specialises in enhancing habitats as well as creating premier class safari experiences for guests who want to understand Africa a little better.