#ElewanaCollection News Updates

ELEWANA NEWSLETTER – FEBRUARY 2020
The Elewana Collection embraces the Slow Food Movement
Slow Food is a global, grassroots movement that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment.
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Elewana Collection joins Virtuoso Community
We are proud to announce that both Elewana The Manor at Ngorongoro and Elewana Loisaba Tented Camp have been accepted into both the Sustainability Community and Adventure Community.
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Elewana Collection appoints new General Manager at Arusha Coffee Lodge
The Elewana Collection is delighted to announce the new General Manager at Elewana Arusha Coffee; Zimbabwean-born Hazel Gumpo.
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Elewana Collection makes a Family Safari easier
We encourage families to experience East African, as there is no better place to enjoy a truly memorable safari with one’s family.
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INTERESTING FACTS FROM OUR REPS:
So much to Experience in Loisaba plus don’t forget our specials…
This month’s top tip is from Liz Harper, Elewana Collection’s Sales Rep in the UK; We’ve seen some great media coverage for Loisaba over the last few months, and experienced increased interest in the region as a result.
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SPECIAL OFFERS:

Book now: Stay for 7 Nights, Pay for 5 Nights in the Bush
Take Advantage of our Stay 7 Nights and Only Pay for 5 at any of our Bush properties. With so many places to explore and so much to experience, take a little longer and get the most out of your stay with us.
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FROM OUR PARTNERS:
Baotree – Engaging Communities in Conservation
Imagine waking up to find that you had lost your job and your life’s savings all in one night. You’d understandably hate whatever was responsible for your loss, and may even go out of your way to destroy it.
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Conservation at its best
We are extremely proud of the work done in the Randilen WMA. The WMA (Wildlife Management Areas) concept provides communities with economic benefits and the Tarangire ecosystem is expanded for the wildlife.
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Elewana Kilindi Zanzibar supports Turtles Release Day
Every 20th of February at Mnarani Marine Turtle Conservation Pond, the island celebrates the Turtles release day, a special event organized by the locals community
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ELEWANA IN THE COMMUNITY:
The Scottish Maasai Power walk in Amboseli a great success!
On the 8th February the Scottish Maasai Power Walk, which started at Elewana Tortilis Camp and ended at Esiteti Primary School, achieved their goal to raise money for the installation of solar power in the new library.
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A swishing new loom for Shanga
The first day I arrived at Shanga in October 2017 I knew I had found a new place to call home. There are many reasons, but the main one was hearing the rhythms of weaving looms. A swish and a swish, click clack, a swish and a swish, click clack.
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Elewana Collection partners with Ailsa’s Suitcase for bags of Kindness
Sarah Weston, one of Elewana’s regular customers, recently sent three complete football kits from the UK to the remote communities that border our lodge at Loisaba Conservancy.
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SKY SAFARI BY ELEWANA:

The ultimate African Experience
An African safari adventure is an experience that will live with you long after you’ve left this magical continent. Let SkySafari guide you on this unforgettable journey of discovery and exploration, with care and indulgence.
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ELEWANA DISCOVERY:
The One Travel Tool You Are Missing
Bring all the benefit of discoveryloyalty.com to the mobile experience with the DISCOVERY Loyalty App. Manage your membership account, book your next stay and redeem your Local Experience awards from the convenience of your phone.
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PR HIGHLIGHTS:
Have Kids, Will Travel: Some of the World’s Best Luxury Resorts Are Geared to the Whole Family
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Global Traveler
The 17 best resorts in the world, according to travellers
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Business Insider
Remembering Amboseli’s Iconic Elephant

The amazing, iconic, magnificent male Tim died on Wednesday the 5th of February. He was 51 years old. It was a tragedy for so many. First, for his elephant buddies who adored him, followed him and learned from him. Then for all the rest of us who cared about him.
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PHOTO OF THE MONTH:
‘Blessing Rain’ by Paolo Torchio
Paolo described the moment: "I spotted the leopard in a perfect scenario, with dead trees, green grass, and perfect backlight from the sun. The weather was fast changing, and suddenly a powerful downpour started without warning. Once in a lifetime… the cloud did not cover the sun, and the magic combination of golden drops of rain gave to the situation this unrepeatable atmosphere."

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