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With sus­tain­abil­ity at its core, Ser­ena Ho­tels make sure that their clients get first-hand ex­pe­ri­ence of be­ing mean­ing­ful to the ecol­ogy. The brand has two prop­er­ties in the OL Pe­jeta Con­ser­vancy— Sweet­wa­ters Ser­ena Camp and the OL Pe­jeta House. Guests at these two prop­er­ties can learn the con­ser­va­tion ef­forts for the north­ern white rhino, which are pro­tected in this con­ser­vancy. They can also visit the rhi­nos at the rhino sanc­tu­ary along with other ac­tiv­i­ties such as game drives and a visit to the chim­panzee sanc­tu­ary. The ef­fort has made many guests life­long vol­un­teers of con­serv­ing the rare wild. One such in­flu­encer is a six-year-old UK boy, who has even come up with a plan to save the world’s rarest rhi­nos from ex­tinc­tion. Part­ner­ing with Fauna & Flora In­ter­na­tional, he is rais­ing funds through his project – ‘Rhi­nosUp’ for Ol Pe­jeta Con­ser­vancy in Kenya, which is home to the last three north­ern white rhi­nos on the planet. Rosemari Mugambi, Re­gional Sales & Mar­ket­ing Di­rec­tor, Ser­ena Ho­tels, says, “Apart from mak­ing sure that we of­fer a very high stan­dard of prod­uct, ser­vice and fa­cil­ity, we are very par­tic­u­lar about mak­ing sure that our client ac­tu­ally gets the au­then­tic African ex­pe­ri­ence. At OL Pe­jeta Con­ser­vancy we have beau­ti­ful tented camp—Sweet­wa­ters Ser­ena Camp, as well as a pri­vate house—OL Pe­jeta House, which carry out a lot of con­ser­va­tion ef­forts. Ow­ing to this, we are able to en­able our vis­i­tors to learn about the mes­sage of con­ser­va­tion. Re­spon­si­ble tourism is very im­por­tant to Ser­ena Ho­tels and we make sure that we do what­ever we can in terms of not just be­ing dif­fer­ent but also in terms of ed­u­ca­tion.”

Re­spon­si­ble tourism is very im­por­tant to Ser­ena Ho­tels and we make sure that we do what­ever we can, not just to be dif­fer­ent but also to ed­u­cate our guests ROSEMARI MUGAMBI Re­gional Sales & Mar­ket­ing Di­rec­tor Ser­ena Ho­tels

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