11-03-2016 by redazione
A safari in Kenya accompanied by a gesture of solidarity is so beautiful.
Luca Macrì has always been particularly keen to help tourists experience this double emotion.
Of course, you have to find people who are prepared, have a big heart and are open-minded and open-minded.
I explain to my fellow adventurers," says Luca, "that in the midst of the splendid savannah nature there are not only animals and plants, but also people like us who often lack almost everything. Every so often, the young but experienced Malindsian guide succeeds in his intentions.
This was the case on his last safari, when he found the generosity of three 'mzungu', Nicola Merli, Elena Ligios and Zaharia Luminita, who during a safari in the Amboseli National Reserve, decided to give free 'clean' electricity to a Maasai community in the village of Engu Toto, in the Kuku Ranch area.
This was done with a solar panel installed to support two light bulbs, a torch and five sockets for recharging mobile phones and other items, plus a radio. "It was a great joy to share their happiness at receiving this gift," explains Luca, "and it led me to decide to organise a special safari that I will call the 'maasai trail', in which the normal safari will be combined with a full day with the maasai to learn about their rituals, treatments and ceremonies. It's a way to deeply understand the area you are visiting, getting to know the people who have always lived there.
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