Wild Impact Adventures are hosted by Tarquin and Lippa Wood in their community in the heart of the Masai Mara. Together they have over 20 years experience of community development work, continuing the long history of philanthropic community work in East Africa carried out by the Wood family.
Tarquin and Lippa are the founders of Wild Impact as well as the Enonkishu Conservancy and the Mara Training Centre, where they work on community led conservation, looking after the heritage, people and the natural resources of an increasingly fragile ecosystem on the edge of the Mara Serengeti Ecosystem.
Rebekah Karimi manages the Enonkishu Conservancy and has a background in Conservation Biology. Rebekah manages a team of rangers and herders and leads the research and ecological monitoring programs on Enonkishu as well as the livestock programs. Albanus Musyoka leads the team at the Mara Training Centre and has studied Wildlife and Conservation. Musa Kiseer leads the grazing plan as well as the community projects and is a trainer in Holistic Management.
Our team is passionate about providing impactful, life changing adventures for anyone of any age desiring a change from the norm.
Wild Impact Adventures are located in the world-famous Maasai Mara ecosystem in Kenya. The overall purpose of the program is to combine a life-changing safari experience with an enhanced ability of the participants to create and manage the future they desire.
"I had an awesome adventure with the team at Enonkishu for a 6 week expedition on my gap year, it was incredible."
The Earl of March and Kinrara
“Safari and getting involved with real community conservation projects in the incredible Mara - it doesn't get better than this”
"Enonkishu is a place of hope and inspiration."