In the heart of the Maasai Mara, where the wilderness whispers tales of beauty and resilience, stands Mara Napa Camp—a beacon of sustainable tourism and community empowerment. Proudly championing the “Buy Kenya, Build Kenya” initiative, this fully Kenya-owned and operated camp is poised to make waves at the upcoming East Africa Regional Tourism Expo (EARTE) and Magical Kenya Travel Expo (MKTE) 2023.
From November 20th to 22nd, the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) will witness a convergence of visionaries, enthusiasts, and innovators in the realm of tourism. Among them, Mara Napa Camp shines as a testament to the transformative power of responsible tourism.
The spotlight is on Mara Napa Camp for its unwavering dedication to sustainability and community empowerment, a commendation echoed by PS Tourism during the ongoing expo. This recognition underscores the camp’s pivotal role in not just showcasing Kenya’s natural wonders but actively contributing to the well-being of its people.
At the helm of this endeavor is Prince Harris, the visionary founder whose dream transcended mere lodging. He envisioned a sanctuary that harmonizes the breathtaking allure of the Maasai Mara with a profound commitment to uplifting local communities. The camp’s participation in this prestigious event is a natural alignment with its core values of environmental sustainability and community empowerment.
The convergence of EARTE and MKTE heralds a unique opportunity for Mara Napa Camp. With over 250 exhibitors and more than 700 trade visitors in attendance, the camp is primed to showcase not just a lodging site but a living example of the positive impact that responsible tourism can wield.
To experience Mara Napa Camp’s ethos firsthand, attendees are cordially invited to visit their booth at W34, Canopy Tent 2. Here, the team will unravel a narrative beyond luxury tents and sweeping landscapes—a narrative of transformation through sustainable and community-centric tourism.
As Mara Napa Camp stands tall at the crossroads of beauty, sustainability, and community empowerment, its presence at EARTE and MKTE 2023 heralds not just an exhibition but a testament to the power of conscious tourism in sculpting a better future for Kenya and its people.