NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL POLICIES
The Kenyan Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife and its partners developed
the Tourism Agenda 2018-2022 to stimulate innovation in the tourism industry.
Such innovation should protect nature, boost tourism and stimulate GDP growth.
The Tourism Agenda highlights several strategies, which were also discussed during the
African Safari Summit held in March 2019 in Nakuru.
We implement these strategies, as Emboo River
• brings additional tourists to the Maasai Mara
• is a popular destination for the growing group of niche travelers who love eco-friendly and sustainable tourism
• improves Kenya's competitive position in the tourism industry, as Emboo River is
first in the region with a fully sustainable and luxurious lodge of this scale
• uses technology and innovation to improve tourism
Click here to see the Kenyan Tourism Agenda 2018 - 2022.
You must have seen the news about the international Sustainable Blue Economy Conference which President Kenyatta hosted in Nairobi in November 2018. As an outcome, the Government of Kenya committed itself to confront the challenge of waste management.
Emboo River is a proud partner when confronting this challenge.
As Emboo River strives for sustainability and eco-friendly practices such as renewable energy,
Emboo River supports the progress of the Paris Agreement on climate change and the
UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) which we impact include the following
SDG 1: No poverty
SDG 6: Clean water and sanitation
SDG 7: Affordable and clean energy
SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth
SDG 12: Responsible production and consumption