We invite you to join us at Kwihala Camp as we seek to make a positive and sustainable impact through responsible tourism.
Asilia has implemented a US$5 per person per night conservation charge as we want to continue to expand on our conservation and development efforts in the areas that we are committed to. Especially in these times of lower demand for (East-)Africa, conservation efforts and crucial wildlife areas run the risk of collapsing under low occupancies and heavy discounts. Whilst we will continue to discount where necessary, we wish to safeguard our necessary investments in conservation and the management / development of the areas.
Our goal as Asilia is to be a role model in sustainable tourism. At the heart of our organisation is the conviction that world-class travel can go hand in hand with improving livelihoods and conservation of nature. We strive to create a lasting, positive impact everywhere we operate. We believe in better.
Any sustainable contribution must ultimately begin with oneself. This means we buy locally where possible. It means we reduce our footprint by limiting fossil fuel and use sustainable energy sources such as the sun, recycling water and reducing waste. The remainder of our carbon footprint is offset by supporting local forest projects.
Asilia is proud to be the first travel company in Africa to achieve the highest 5 star GIIRS rating and B-Corporation status
. And yet, we trust we do even more. By being creative and developing new models for travel we try to further increase benefits for nature and local people.
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The Serengeti National Park spans an area of 12,950 sq km in Tanzania, located between the shores of Lake Victoria in the west, Lake Eyasi in the south and the Great Rift Valley to the east. The Serengeti is arguably the best-known wildlife sanctuaries in the world, making up one of the oldest, most complex ecosystem on earth.
With more than 2 million Wildebeest and 250,000 zebra the area is home to the greatest concentration of plains game in Africa while also supporting more than 30 species of large herbivores and some 500 species of birds. Unfortunately, increasing pressures leave this iconic ecosystem under threat.
Bringing together a community that believes in better, we aim to involve people and institutions with a deeper interest in Africa and achieving a shared vision for the areas we operate in.