“At the end of the day it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished… it’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better. It’s about what you’ve given back.” ― Denzel Washington

Giving back to the society and especially where we take our clients on our safaris is a core of what we do: wherever your interest for travel takes you to, there is one common thing for us all – a desire to see the world and learn about other destinations, people and their culture. over the past 5 years in the safari industry, we boast of first hand experience on how travel supports both local economies and the people around our parks.


We are committed to giving back to the local communities where we take our clients to safaris in Kenya. We have developed different projects dedicated to improving the lives of the local people through financial empowerment project, economic empowerment opportunities for women in Masai mara, We have also helped to provide school supplies and assisted low income parents in paying School fees for bright students for Junior schools, we are proud to support local communities living around Masai mara and Amboseli. Every of our Safari includes authentic cultural village visit to a school or local village the charges go directly to the village elders who distribute the funds to the local communities. We can create a unique experience for those who have a special interest and would like to make a difference by making an optional donation or school supplies which will be taken to the local schools and communities.

it has been our first priority to Give back in ways that are of more one on one than tourism funds, many of our clients often request on how they can help?, below are ways on how we make a positive impact on the lives in the community


We have helped to support construction of schools and girls rescue centres in the Maasai Mara and Amboseli areas of Kenya for children in those communities, as well as providing school supplies. We have also helped to pay school fees to deserving students for secondary boarding school for parents who could not afford to pay their school fees


At Dream voyage safaris we choose to work alongside the people living in Masai Mara and Amboseli establishing programs that enable the locals to finally have their own source of income through bead works and various economic activities. We identified a strong need for the preservation of the local Maasai culture and for women empowerment. For this reason, we work with local Masai women by providing beads and strings that are used to make various bead works that are later sold to tourists who frequent Masai mara.This a community-based handicraft business benefits around 50 Maasai women who produce artisan goods made from sustainable resources from local woods, beads, cattle and sheep skin. Since we started working with the Maasai women in 2022 an immediate impact has been felt within the community. As of today local Masai women have a source of financial independence, enabling them to feed their families as well as afford their children’s school fees, hopefully cutting the cycle of poverty and illiteracy within their families and communities,


Beats of Beads’ is a non-for-profit trust, fully registered in Kenya. It was created by two women aiming to empower hundreds of Maasai women who live near the gate of Maasai-Mara National Reserve, by providing opportunities using traditional crafts – stringing beads – as a means of economic and personal development.

As ‘Beats of Beads’ has a holistic solution in mind, an Art-center was built that  provides the women’s needs mainly:

1 .  Working sheds for Maasai women artists.

2.   Workshops about different beadings methods.

3.   Sales and marketing platforms.

The compound also have tourists attractions: 

  •  Beads museum (unique in Africa)
  • Cafeteria.
  • Art residency/lecturers accommodation.