African Adventure Community Project

in the Maasai community, women often engage in beadwork, crafting bracelets, necklaces , and other decorative items. This traditional craft not only serves as a source of income but also plays a significant role in preserving the rich cultural heritage of a the Maasai people. 

Its is customary for Maasai families to allocate a portion of their earnings to help the less fortunate or to provide food to those in need.

Overall, women play a vital role in the Maasai community, contributing significantly to their families' well-being and the broader community's welfare. Their efforts are greatly appreciated and celebrated.

Through this small community project, we are making a tangible difference in the lives of two families. Your purchase has a tremendous impact on these families.

Meet John "Lenchadah", a young Maasai guide who lives with his family near Sekanani, just outside the Maasai Mara. John, a real youngster full of enthusiasm and community spirit, is following in his father's footsteps as a  Maasai guide.  He is married and has tow adorable children, whose future he is striving to secure.

Mr. Steve and his family live on the southern edge of Amboseli National Park in Kenya. Once upon a time, Frank and Belinda were lost on the backroads in Amboselli. This is where we met Mr. Steve , who gracefully guided up back to  "civilization", and our friendship started.