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  1. When there was a previous burn, (and during the decade of running Safaritalk there have been a few), I said, This would show real some commitment between the country's political figures... Are the destination countries willing to work in such a manner with Kenya's govt? and If it needs to be a case of shaming those countries which are driving the trade, then is it being done? Are countries such as China now so entrenched and invested in Africa that no elephant range state country would dare to embarrass and humiliate them in such a fashion through fear of political repercussions? I followed the burn this afternoon via Twitter, (#‎worthmorealive), and I didn't see a tweet in Mandarin, (or other Chinese language), Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, (admittedly I didn't see every single tweet), and whilst I appreciate that a majority of social media sites are blocked in China, what about engaging with an expat Chinese community, whose second, third generations etc., are more engaged and involved in wildlife conservation issues? (And I've had a little experience in the past engaging with such an audience, having been helped translating messages and comments into Chinese.) The cost of having someone on scene, translating some of the tweets into at least one of these languages, for the twitter campaign ‪#‎worthmorealive‬ could have been met by any one of the attending NGOs. To be honest, I expected to see such engagement and was disappointed not to. I did see a tweet from People's Daily, China, which read QUOTE "‪#‎Africa‬ declares anti-poaching war ahead of historic burning of 105 tons of ivory in ‪#‎Kenya‬" How many more representatives were there from the Asian press corp reporting live, being part of the #worthmorealive twitter campaign? And I wanted to echo the sentiments of a few of the posters on social media who have recognised the commitment of those rangers on the ground who are doing such a great job, at times, putting their lives on the line. Who do care. Who do fight for wildlife. I appreciate your efforts, though I will never know your names. You will never have your photos posted on social media with the celebs and NGOs, but you deserve as much, if not more recognition than they do. Thank you. Matt
  2. Homeview Adventures is a Kenyan registered Tour Operator. We are looking for marketing representatives (partners) from all over the globe. Please do contact us: Email: Website: With regards, Isaac Marketing Manager Homeview Adventures
  3. 3 DAYS MASAI MARA FLYING PACKAGE. 4 Days Maasai Mara and Lake Nakuru (Road Safaris Package) For more information please contact us on:- :-www, Facebook Twitter (EDIT, Matt: I have spoken with @@Tracks Berg Travel who has informed me these specials are no longer running, hence I have removed prices and locked the topic.)
  4. 3 Days Masai mara Masai mara, there is no place like this on earth, a place of exceptional beauty that has drawn visitors from all over the world. Abundance of wildlife, flora and fauna breath taking sunsets and sunrises. Home to the ‘Big five’ (Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant, Rhino) and the BBC Series THE BIG CAT DIARIES. But the most spectacular phenomenon is the Great Migration that has been named as the 7th wonder of the world. Itinerary: Day 1 : NAIROBI/MASAI MARA This tour explores the vast Masai mara National Reserve, the journey Takes you south west along the floor of the Great Rift Valley and then Entering Hemingways country “Serengeti plains. Arriving for lunch. Afternoon game drive ( 16:00 – 18:30hrs ) Dinner and overnight at the Lodge/camp Day 2 : MASAI MARA A full day game viewing (08:00 – 18:30) or Early morning (06:00 – 08:30hrs) and Afternoon (16:00 – 18:30hrs). For a full day game viewing You get to Explore this spectacular and vast National reserve, You are More than likely to find all the Big Five. (Lion, Leopard,Rhino, Buffalo and Elephant) Picnic lunch in the Wild. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge/camp. Day 3 : MASAI MARA/ NAIROBI Early Morning game drive (06:30 – 08:30hrs) back to the lodge/camp For breakfast, leave Masai mara Lunch enroute. Arriving in Nairobi late Afternoon. Price per person sharing a double /twin room: US $ 750.00 Tour Price Includes: .Full board accommodation whilst on safari. .Meal plan as described, B=Breakfast, L=Lunch and D=Dinner. .Accommodation in double/twin/triple room sharing. .All park entrance fees to include government taxes and service of an English, speaking professional driver/guide. .Game drives as detailed in the itinerary. .Exclusive transport in a 4 x 4 all weather safari vehicle with a game viewing roof hatch and UHF radio. Things you need to budget for. The price does not include: .Tips .Laundry .Drinks .Items of a personal nature

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