Kenya is a country that can be found on every animal lover’s travel bucket list. Its abundance of wildlife is something you need to experience first-hand to believe it. Countless tour operators tempt you to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime nature safari with them – and yes, you should give in to the temptation.

While you travel, let us plant trees for you. It helps the environment, the local population, and it doesn’t cost you a single Cent.

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Environmental Benefits of Reforesting Kenya

One fact to bear in mind when booking your holidays in Kenya: All land-based animals in the country depend on trees to survive. Whether you’re looking out for rhinos, lions, cheetahs, giraffes or majestic elephants – none of these species would survive without trees. No trees -> no life -> no wildlife safaris.

Which is why we took to reforesting Kenya in autumn 2018: Besides planting trees for tuskers, our reforestation efforts benefit a huge variety of wildlife. (Take a look at our world map to find out how many trees we have planted in Kenya to date.)

Furthermore, trees prevent land erosion, and are hence the most efficient weapon against desertification. And, even better, planting trees brings along several social benefits as well.

Social Benefits of Reforesting Kenya

Not just the Kenyan environment benefits from our reforestation efforts. In good old B’n’Tree tradition we ensure the local community profits from our engagement as well. When planting trees in Kenya, we mainly work with volunteers such as scholars on environment-focused master studies. We also include local schools in our reforestation projects, to educate the youngest in our society on the importance of the environment and nature conservation.

To facilitate the realization, we have partnered with the Land & Life Foundation to coordinate our reforestation projects. Thanks to being supported by the Elewana Collection and Cheli & Peacock Safaris, the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation and Minor International, Land & Life Foundation works on 0% overhead. 100% of all donations go directly to the supported schools and communities.

Where in Kenya B’n’Tree Plants Trees

In cooperation with the Land & Life foundation, B’n’Tree is reforesting areas in and around Nairobi as well as the Masai Mara.

You surely have heard of the Masai Mara as wildlife watcher’s paradise, haven’t you? Thanks to your fabulous support for B’n’Tree we can ensure it remains that way for years and decades to come.

Reforesting Nairobi helps to reduce air pollution, decrease the Earth’s surface temperature in and around the city and create a greener, healthier place to live for millions of people.

How You Can Help Reforest Kenya – For FREE!

Whenever you plant trees with us in Kenya, you can be sure that you do something absolutely awesome, by supporting the environment, the incredible wildlife variety as well as the local population. Well done, you!

And best of all: It doesn’t cost you a single Cent to achieve all this! Simply start your journey on whenever you go travel, and we’ll take care of all the heavy lifting.

In case you want to earn additional karma points:

  1. Print the B’n’Tree poster and hang it up in various public places, such as sports clubs, gyms, restaurants, schools, universities, offices, churches, hotels etc.
  2. Join our online communities on Facebook and Instagram – and invite your friends to do the same.
  3. Spread the word by sharing our website with all Kenya lovers – and all travelers in general.

By the way: Did you know that when signing up for our newsletters GROW we will show you even more ways how to plant free trees from the comfort of your screen? Sign up today – and we’ll explain to you how.



Thank you for your incredible support! You are truly wonderful! Thank you!

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