Leader-Led Co-Impact Sourcing Trip - Kenya
The stunning Maasai Mara has captured the hearts of countless travelers. Often referred to as the Eighth Wonder of the World, the Maasai Mara ecosystem in Kenya and Tanzania is home to millions of animals that migrate through the savannah grasslands.
However, the changing climate, lifestyles, and rapidly growing populations are making the future of this incredible place—and the livelihoods of the people who live there—uncertain.
Together with our sourcing partner, Fairoils, doTERRA has a unique opportunity to help maintain the integrity of the northernmost point of Mara through Co-Impact Sourcing.
Diamond and above leaders and members of the 25 Collective can form Wellness Advocate groups to experience the Maasai Mara ecosystem firsthand and understand how Co-Impact Sourcing works to protect one of the world’s most precious natural wonders.
How do I join?
Check the calendar below for availability.
How many people can be in the group?
Minimum of 6, maximum of 12.
USD $2654 per person
Based on 5 nights. Includes full-board accommodation, all ground handling, transfers, internal flights and Nairobi and Mara Accommodation included.
How much of this will I have to plan on my own?
That answer depends on you! But there is a full itinerary built out, fulfilled by our partners at The Wild Hub” with https://www.thewildhub.com ready for you to accept! You just need to gather your group and book international flights and a great week awaits.
If you would like to customize your trip, you can get involved and plan the trip your way.
doTERRA has partnered with the Enonkishu Conservancy, an industry-leading conservation organization, and their professional travel company to manage logistics and provide you with the best possible experience.
Enonkishu and the surrounding conservancies offer an incredible safari and cultural experience at an exclusive rate. You’ll enjoy discounted conservation fees thanks to doTERRA contributions to Enonkishu and the important projects we pursue together.
Enonkishu Conservancy works tirelessly with surrounding conservancies, government leaders, and local communities to revitalize tired grasslands. doTERRA and Fairoils have joined Enonkishu to continue this important work by making annual donations to support conservation efforts. . doTERRA and Fairoils are currently establishing a Co-Impact Sourcing supply chain with local communities to provide meaningful additional sources of income to small-scale farmers and pastoralists, as well as extensive training on conservation, human-wildlife conflict, and environmentally sustainable practices.
Do you have more questions about this Leader-Led Co-Impact Sourcing option? Please email CISEvents@doterra.com with your questions.
Leader led trips Wild Itinerary
Arrive in Nairobi at JKIA and meet our team who will transfer you to Sheraton Fourpoints for a good nights sleep.
Transfer to Wilson airport and take a charter flight or a Safarilink flight to Ngerende, Maasai Mara. Our guides will be waiting to pick guests up in our 4 x 4 safari vehicles and they will game drive back to the lodge for orientation and lunch by the Mara River.
Afternoon guests will go out for a safari game drive in the Enonkishu Conservancy, where they will end up watching the sunset over the Memusi dam, overlooking the wallowing hippos.
Supper and stories by the campfire.
After an early morning wake up call, guests will head out for a sunrise safari and return in time for breakfast by the Mara River.
In the morning there will be a visit to the Wild Shamba and the Fairoils farm and factory, there will be the opportunity to meet the community who work in the area with the essential oils and the Women in the Wild projects.
Lunch will be back by the pool at the Bandas and guests will have the chance to spend the early afternoon team building or relaxing.
An afternoon game drive through the Lemek and Ol Chorro Conservancies. Reflection and discussions over sundowners on the plains, with an optional photoshoot.
Optional Balloon Safari or early morning game drive.
Visit to the Emarti School to meet the children and visit the environment libraries. Group tree planting activity. Lunch by the river back at the Bandas.
Afternoon team building session and a visit to the Mara Training Centre, where guests have the chance to learn about the rewilding and story of the Enonkishu Conservancy and do some beading / soap making or candle making with the Women in the Wild.
Sundowners by the river, with a campfire and catch up session.
Early morning cycle or walk around the Fairoils farm.
Back for breakfast by the river and a morning reflections session.
Lunch by the pool at the lodge. Afternoon game drive and a visit to the Rhino Sanctuary, with sundowners on the edge of the Kileleoni Hill.
Farewell supper where the Maasai herders choir will sing for the guests as an appreciation of their visit.
After breakfast, guests will depart, feeling inspired and refreshed, but ready to catch their flight home.
All game drives, drinks and meals are included.
All meals are made using the freshest locally sourced ingredients. There is a massage therapist available.
Conservation fees go towards supporting the communities and protection of the wildlife in the Northern Mara.