Mara Conservancy plays an active role in developing, maintaining, and encouraging conservation efforts within the northwestern sector of the Maasai Mara National Reserve, known as the Mara Triangle.
- A reduction of poaching in the Mara Triangle and the surrounding area
- Improved infrastructure through road maintenance within the Triangle, as well as access roads to camps and lodges outside of the Triangle
- Well-maintained network of secondary roads and tracks to improve wildlife viewing
- Restoration of existing ranger stations and installation of renewable energy and water harvesting systems
- Establishment a transparent and modern (IT based) revenue collection systems
- Strengthened relationships between the Mara Triangle and the surrounding areas by encouraging community projects
- Promotion of responsible eco-tourism principles among camps and lodges
We see the Mara Triangle as an integral part of the Greater Mara Ecosystem that needs to remain healthy for people and wildlife, and for Kenya. The Mara Conservancy is committed to working with local leaders, communities and partners to sustainably manage the Mara Triangle and its surrounding ecosystem through a transparent and accountable approach that creates a secure environment for wildlife, visitors and the community.
To be a leading, world-class public/private partnership in wildlife management and conservation based on a partnership of trust and respect with our Maasai community, local authorities and tourists