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Lion family traveling over the great Mara Napa plains in Kenya

Mara Napa Camps works tirelessly with the indigenous community, park wardens and rangers, visiting scientists, university students, National Geographic, and wildlife protection agencies (both local and international), to discover and implement solutions to wildlife conservation challenges, and human/wildlife conflict.


The decline of habitat and many forms of wildlife in the Mara has reached critical mass. Mara Napa Camps, implements programs to address and mitigate these problems. 

Giraffe family in Kenya
Mara Napa Camps collaborates with Mara public schools to help local children in Kenya learn about wildlife and conservation

Mara Napa Camps collaborate with Mara Public Schools, through films and education, to help children learn more about the benefits of wildlife and their habitats and the direct impact they have in our daily life.


In addition, the soon to be completed Maasai Museum, and community coffee house. will be a place for school children and the public to learn more about Maasai history, the geology of the region, conservation oranimals and the ecosystem of Mara, as well as in depth information on the rich cultural heritage of the Maasai. Hands on exhibits, films, round table discussions, and fireside chats with rangers are just some of the activities available at the museum. 


We believe education is the key to creating future conservationists, leaders, and stewards of our planet.

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