Great Plains Conservation Ride for Lions

Great Plains Ride for Lions is a five-night cross country mountain bike expedition, showcasing the striking landscapes of the Amboseli-Tsavo region in May of 2018. The cost is $15,000 per person for the 5 night program and is a fully tax deductible donation to the Great Plains Foundation. All revenue generated will be channeled into two critical aspects of lion conservation.

Through the Great Plains Foundation’s Ride for Lions, conservation-minded individuals and companies help fund and expand the amount of conserved land where lions roam freely. We do this through the purchase of land leases that cost roughly $250,000 to service and protect each year. In many cases, these leases are parcels of ex hunting land where the animal populations have significantly declined. Through programs and partnerships that rehabilitate the land and wildlife while mitigating human-wildlife conflict we have seen areas once desolate, become safe havens where lions and other wildlife return in abundance.

Participants in Ride for Lions not only demonstrate a commitment to conservation, but also intimately experience the land being conserved throughout the course of the ride.

Groups are limited to just 10 members. In keeping with the singular intimacy of this experience, riders gain a greater appreciation for the land undistracted by large groups.

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