at aims to protect the area’s large cats by gawking at them from Land Rovers.
Sorry—make that “studying their behaviors, monitoring their response to conservation actions and improving livestock practices.”
More than just gawking, Loisaba guests can actually aid said efforts by using receivers and antennae to monitor the movements of leopards and lions.
That’s on top of the river rafting, fishing, horseback and camel riding, and quad biking that’s usually on offer.
Throw in some luxury accommodations at Loisaba Lodge, and you’ve got yourself a DRIVEN-worthy excursion.
We’ll meet you for a post-predator cocktail at six…
- Posted January 10, 2013
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