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Conservation Safaris

Action for Cheetahs in Kenya (ACK) is proud to be a part of two amazing conservation-travel programs, each of which offer an immersive cultural and wildlife experience unlike any other. Join us for an exciting and unique safari experience that contributes to the viability of wildlife and Kenyans alike! 

The first program is offered to zoo-keepers and volunteers affiliated with the American Association of Zoo Keepers (AAZK). Currently, ACK receives support from zoo grants and from the AAZK Bowling for Rhinos  - this safari is an opportunity for zoo keepers to further understand and appreciate the efforts that they support.

The second program is offered through the non-profit travel organization Miradi Wild, and is available to families and/or individuals of all ages. Both programs feature experiences with Action for Cheetahs in Kenya and include excursions to world-renowned national parks and conservancies.

Travelers in each program have the opportunity to actively participate in exciting research, education, and community-development projects while working side-by-side with ACK staff. 

Trip Highlights – Zoo Keeper Safari

  • See Kenya through the eyes of a conservationists by living in active research camps
  • Participate in ACK’s active research, education, and community-development projects
  • Relish in the luxuries of Sweetwaters Tented Camp in the Kenyan highlands
  • Enjoy excursions to Amboseli National Park, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a Chimpanzee Sanctuary, and Samburu National Reserve

Trip Highlights – Wildlife and Warriors

  • Live like a field researcher in fully operating bush camps
  • Participate in projects by world-renowned wildlife organizations Action for Cheetahs in Kenya and Elephants and Bees
  • Embark on classic safaris at Tsavo West National Park and Amboseli National Park
  • Live in an authentic Maasai village and experience daily life as a Warrior

Each program includes knowledgeable and experienced English-speaking guides, all meals, in-country transport, guaranteed window seat in all-terrain safari vehicle, local taxes and levies, national park entry fees, and lodging. Trip costs support ACK and wildlife conservation. For more information on these exciting programs or to sign up, contact

Tourist Lectures

Action For Cheetahs would like to share our project with you when you are vis­it­ing Kenya. Mary and/or Cosmas will speak with your group either in Nairobi or in the field.

Tourist LecturesOur research camp is only 90 km south­east of Nairobi and is along the route to Tsavo or Mombasa. We wel­come you to stop by for a tour of our research camp. 

If you have the time we can visit a school or com­mu­nity group project, go for a walk with our chee­tah scouts or do a bit of bird watch­ing in the hills around the camp. For groups that are self-contained you are wel­come to pitch your tent for a night or two.

We charge a nom­i­nal fee (rec­om­mend dona­tion) for talks in Nairobi, at the camp or if you would like us to visit you in Samburu or one of the other parks. Please ask your travel agent to con­tact us. You can also visit





Support our work

ACK needs your help to support our scouts and the community so we can accomplish our goal of conservation of the cheetahs in Kenya. You can also purchase COOL Crafts online now.

With your help we can continue our research and conversation activities.

  • Student/Teacher Activity Book - $10 each
  • Plant 10 Trees - $20 
  • Support a School Visit - $30 
  • Field gear for Scouts - $50 
  • Sponsor Detection Dog - $100/month 
  • Sponsor Field Officer/month - $200/month
  • Field Monitoring Equipment - $500

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