It is very IMPORTANT to NOTE that for every safari you book with US, we plant a TREE in your NAME! So far we have planted over 5000 trees!
We adhere to a carefully crafted model of experiential ecotourism, anchoring all of our safaris and tours with our unique conservation philosophy of the land, care of the people and care of the wildlife.
You can therefore rest assured that RPS runs tours and safaris with a core focus on conservation – helping you enjoy all that these holiday destinations have to offer, while at the same time having as little impact on the natural surroundings as possible.
In essence, going on a safari holiday with RPS means that you are able to directly contribute towards the land and wildlife conservation in Kenya. After travelling on safari or tour with us, you will come to appreciate that as the lucky custodians of these beautiful destinations, it is therefore our responsibility to conserve their delicate eco-systems and respect the wild animals they’re home to, as well as educate surrounding communities on how to continue caring for them.
At each of the hotels / lodges and safari destinations, we’ve invested in extensive training to produce expert safari guides and naturalists who are able to give you a deep understanding of each game reserve’s unique qualities and potential future challenges.
We tread lightly, partner with green safari lodges where possible, apply eco-sensitivity in all that we do. By doing all of this, we genuinely believe that we can help protect threatened ecosystems, endangered species and their precious diversity of wildlife areas. To this effect, we ONLY partner with agents/ lodges that pass the bellow criteria:
• Helps conserve the surrounding flora and fauna.
• Tries to work with the local community.
• Offers educational interpretive programs to both its employees and tourists about the surrounding natural and cultural environments.
• Uses alternative, sustainable means of water acquisition and reduces water consumption.
• Provides for careful handling and disposal of solid waste and sewage.
• Meets its energy needs through passive design and renewable energy resources.
• Uses traditional building technology and materials wherever possible and combines these with their modern counterparts.
• During construction has minimal impact on the natural environment.
• Blends with local physical and cultural environment through careful attention to form, landscaping and color, as well as the use of local traditional architecture.
• Contributes to sustainable local community development through education programs and research.