The Reteti Elephant Sanctuary is situated in the remote Mathews Range, among Kenya’s second largest elephant population. The sanctuary takes in orphaned and abandoned elephant calves with an aim to release them back into the nearby wild herds. This is the result of a widely recognised and expanding grassroots movement of community-driven conservation across northern Kenya; a movement that is growing new economies, transforming lives and conserving natural resources. Read more

Reteti Elephant Sanctuary

The Reteti Elephant Sanctuary is situated in the remote Mathews Range, among Kenya’s second largest elephant population. The sanctuary takes in orphaned and abandoned elephant calves with an aim to release them back into [...]

The Hide Community Trust

The Hide Community Trust is a non-profit organisation, committed to conservation and sustainable community development. This Trust runs alongside The Hide Safari Camp and is partnered with a local community that surrounds Hwange National [...]

Numwa School

Close to our hearts is Numwa School at a nearby safari ranch called Imire, which is renowned for its work in rhino breeding. Numwa School is both a primary and secondary school situated on [...]

Zambezi Elephant Fund

The Zambezi Elephant Fund (ZEF) works collaboratively with the Zimbabwean government, NGOs and the private sector to develop, implement and manage: anti-poaching operations, field equipment and supplies for rangers and support teams, anti-poaching ranger [...]