May 2018

May 2018

 
 

This new 14-day safari is the best of Kenya from our family to yours.

 

Kenya is where the team behind Outside GO planted our roots over two decades ago. Back then, we flew bush planes and told stories around campfires, sharing the heart of Kenya with visitors from far and wide. This trip continues the legacy and will take you to our favorite places off the beaten path.

 
 
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 GO Trip Designer on Safari | Kenya

GO Trip Designer on Safari | Kenya

 
 

Outside GO's trip designer shares the magic of safari in Kenya.

 

Our resident Antarctica expert, Laura Gerwin, is no stranger to Africa—especially after spending time at some of our favorite Outside GO camps in Kenya. She reports back on what it's like to share a swimming pool with an elephant, sip the official drink of Kenya with new friends, and spend time with Samburu warriors.

 
 
 Two Rothschild Giraffes in Kenya | Photo by Giraffe Manor

Two Rothschild Giraffes in Kenya | Photo by Giraffe Manor

 
 

Here's what you need to know to help protect giraffes in Kenya.

 

Though most people think of elephants and rhinos when it comes to conservation, giraffes are in dire need of our help as well. In the last few decades, giraffe populations have declined 40 percent. Outside GO reporter, Teslin Ishee, delves into giraffe conservation and what you can do to help.

 
 
 Safari Tent in Tanzania | Chem Chem Lodge

Safari Tent in Tanzania | Chem Chem Lodge

 
 

Get up close and personal with conservation at Chem Chem Lodge.

 

Chem Chem lies in the migration corridor between the immense savannahs of Tarangire National Park and the bird-rich waters of Lake Manyara in its own nearly 50,000 acre private land concession. This is one of our go-to camps for conservation, including for resident giraffes.