We believe that the way forward for sustainability of our planet is to practice responsible tourism. The protection of our wildlife and its environment as well as the human wildlife conflict is one of the greatest challenges we face globally. At The Maji we are determined and committed to do our part in minimizing the impact on our surroundings by caring for wildlife and reducing our carbon footprint by practice and education. Our initiatives include regular beach clean ups amongst our staff and local communities through our “Green Team”, discouraging the illegal trade of shells and the destruction of the coral reef, ensuring all seafood bought in the hotel kitchen is from sustainable sources and measured/weighed in accordance to sustainable fishing guidelines. Other projects include upcycling furniture in our own workshops and discouraging the illegal destruction of our indigenous forests in Kenya. In aiming to reduce the impact on our environment at The Maji we try to recycle our waste as much as possible. We have a Bio waste water recycling plant, we make our own garden compost, we separate our trash and ensure it is recycled responsibly, we use solar energy and eco biodegradable cleaning and laundry products as well as providing handmade luxury Eco products to our guests from local cottage industries.