Wild Aid: 100 Miles for Elephants

Four options for the wildlife-conscious traveler

Jan 30, 2013
Outside
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100 miles for elephants african elephants safari

African elephants on the Serengeti.    Photo: Ikiwaner/Wikimedia Commons

WHERE: Kenya
WHO RUNS IT:
Hidden Places

Hidden Places’ founders, veterinarian Dag Goering and author Maria Coffey, started the Elephant Earth Initiative to make life better for the world’s largest land mammal. Join them by raising pledges of $500 to $2,500 to walk with Samburu guides on a nine-day camel-supported trek across Laikipia Plateau, home to one of East Africa’s largest free-ranging elephant populations. Stay the first night in a luxury tented camp, then rough it for a week in expedition tents. January 23–31; from $3,450 per person.

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