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Alumerui Resort

Project No: #17852
Capital needed
USD 4,000,000
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Minimum investment per investor: 500,000.00
Country: Kenya
Reason for needing Capital: Project Launch
Stage: Pre-Startup
Ideal Investor Role: Indifferent
Highlights: The land location has several wildlife and Elephants come to give birth in one area with in the land.
There is a river that passes through the land and animals come here to drink from it.
Located 7 kms from the main Masai mara national reserve, game drives and other tour activities are easily arranged
The Local masai community will be involved in activities at the resort giving the guests a true African experience.
What you offer to investors?: Good return on investment. The land is already available and has a great location.
Positive social impact to the local community, improving their lively hood by integrating them in activities.
Concept of going green and eco friendly environment is be our goal.
Executive summary:

Our Team has aquired 30 Acres of free hold land in Masai Mara, Narok County. This land is 7 kilometers from the Sekenani gate of the Masai mara National game reserve. 

We plan to put up a Tourist resort, we have called Alumerui Resort. The site has carefully been selected for its vegetation and availability of wildlife.The project components include but are not limited to:- tented cottages of varying sizes and specifications; a club house ; a swimming pool; ancillary service buildings and infrastructure. Sports, health, cultural activities and small conferencing facilities will also be developed

Apart from finance or capital requirements, most of the above challenges require, to a large extent, discipline and/or corporate social responsibility on the part of the proponents of the project and all parties that will be called upon to participate at what level of implementation starting from inception. It is gratifying to note that the local community as well as the provincial administration and relevant Government Departments have embraced the project and have contributed greatly in highlighting the possible challenges. They have also been involved in the search for solutions and mitigation measures to make the project succeed.

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