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Kilimanjaro view - Campi ya Kanzi

News from Campi ya Kanzi

We already posted about the Equator Prize won by Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust and the Champion of the Earth Award received by Samson Parashina at Rio+20.

Samson receiving the Champion of the Earth Award from Edwad Norton

Campi ya Kanzi wants to celebrate with an unmissable offer: stay one week at Campi ya Kanzi in September, October and November and your travel companion will be staying for free!

Campi ya Kanzi - Landscape

Campi ya Kanzi is a stunning ecoLuxury lodge in Kenya, the perfect mix of safari adventures and the comfort of an Italian Palazzo, in order to give its guests authentic and unique experiences. Campi ya Kanzi is in partnership with the Maasai community of Kuku Group Ranch and created the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust, a community Trust, deeply rooted in the community. MWCT is an advocate for the community and works with other conservation organizations to assure a sustainable conservation of the wilderness, wildlife and cultural heritages of the Tsavo-Amboseli eco-system.

Campi ya Kaniz - Lion Quest

Campi ya Kanzi offers several activities, starting from the safari experiences, such as great game walks or game drives, lion quest and excursions to visit orphan elephants reintroduced into the wilderness, but it also has Maasai masseuse for organic spiritual massages under a huge fig three in Chyulu Hills and a teacher of Trascendental Meditation with more than two decades experience. This meditation technique is a simple, natural and effortless procedures practiced 20 minutes per day, one of the most effective method of self-development… and its efficiency could not but reach its maximum if practiced between Kilimanjaro and Green Hills of Africa.

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This entry was published on September 10, 2012 at 11:50 am. It’s filed under Africa, Campi ya Kanzi, EcoLuxury Retreats of the World, Kenya, Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust, Offer and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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