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This hotel is made of local materials and sustainable lumber, designed to have a minimal impact on the environment.
The community is supported through various programs, including employment and purchasing products from the people. Furthermore, sustainable land management has been taught to the Maasai so they can also better protect their lands. And educating the children is another important program supported by this hotel.
First-rate eco-management is the rule here. Rainwater is collected from roofs, gray water is cleansed by septic filters before it's used in the garden, and recyclables are sent to Nairobi for processing. Food is cooked with an eco-friendly charcoal made from coffee husks, low-energy dishwashers save water, and for every day you spend at the camp, a $40 conservation fee is set aside for the Maasai. Even rare black rhino have recently moved onto the ranch - probably a result of the 30 game rangers hired to prevent poaching.
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