“Walk With Rangers” is an initiative that seeks to raise awareness on the challenges faced by the men and women on the frontlines of the war against poaching- the Rangers. In 2014, Walk With Rangers took 70 trekkers from all over the world, including Kenya, Tanzania, Europe, Algeria, China and the US on a 250 mile trek traversing the wild lands from Arusha, Tanzania to Nairobi, Kenya through the Amboseli ecosystem.
Experiencing varying temperatures, climates, terrain and landscape, our trekkers lived for 15 days with minor comforts of city life, truly immersing themselves in the life of Africa’s true heroes and wildlife guardians, the Game Ranger.

Walk With Rangers has now become an annual educational event, that also serves as a critical fundraising platform for urgent conservation needs.

The annual trek has now taken the unique shape of being the first situational experience of its kind. The trek gives over 50 participants from all over the world annually, a first-hand experience of what it takes to safeguard Africa’s wildlife whilst in the company of the finest game rangers and conservationists in the region.