What animals can I expect to see on a Safari Tour?

East Africa is one of the ultimate safari destination with the big five animals that make this iconic group that every safari goer want to see. It is a unique and compelling destination that leaves an indelible mark on the soul of every traveler. Our African safari tours enable you to experience the land habitats with large populations of mammals including.

Lions, leopards and cheetahs, Hippos, Elephants, Black or white rhinos, Giraffes, Buffalos, Hyenas, Zebras, Wildebeest ,Nile crocodiles, Mountain gorillas, And more

When is the best time to go on a Safari Adventure?

Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda has two rainy seasons and is mainly dry and nice in between these rains. The short rains come in November, and then there is a mostly dry break between then and late March when the long rains arrive, lasting until the end of May. November is still a good time to visit for fantastic wildlife,with relatively long rainy seasons early in the year and short rainy seasons late in the year. As a result, most people think the best time to take African safari holidays is between June and mid-late October.

What is included in the tours?

Our tours include: excellent Toyota minivans or Land Cruisers with pop-up roof and unlimited mileage; all national parks entrances; camping fees and permits; unlimited water during the safaris; donations to the local communities; accommodation as agreed (on full board or all-inclusive basis).

What is not included in the tours?

Our tours do not include: country visas; items of personal interest like souvenirs or extra services/tours not agreed beforehand; tips (the industry recommends a guideline of $10 USD per person per day). Please be aware that, if after you book your tour, the government decides to apply increases in park fees, camping fees, concession fees or others, these shall be added to your contract.

What types of Safari’s do you offer?

We offer an array of the best safari holidays for both day and multi-day trips in different locations and focus on different types of wildlife. We also offer breathtaking aerial safaris

Please be aware that, if after you book your tour, the government decides to apply increases in park fees, camping fees, concession fees or others, these shall be added to your contract.

Which airport should I arrive at?

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi (NBO)

What payment methods do you accept?

We welcome payments through Wire transfer, and credit card. Credit card transactions are processed via Pesapal (please note that there is a service fee associated with this payment method

What are the visa requirements?

From January 2024, Kenya is a free visa country. All foreign citizens wishing to travel to Kenya will need an eTA, except citizens from countries who are exempt. More information at https://www.etakenya.go.ke/en

Do I need any vaccination?

It is very important to set an appointment with a travel doctor in your home country before you come. Depending on the situation, you might take vaccine for yellow fever and may take prophylaxis pills to protect you against Malaria. If you go to Zanzibar or come (or have a transit) in an endemic yellow fever country, proof of vaccination against yellow fever may be required at the airport

Regardless of covid vaccine status, all travelers will need to show a negative PCR test taken no more than 3 days before arrival in Africa on their safari trip.

Is accommodation in Nairobi required before/after the safari?

Well, we always recommend it because we like to start our safaris early in the morning and on the last day we like to avoid having to worry about reaching the airport on time. But, of course, we are flexible and we can start the safari when you arrive at the airport and can finish any safari with a drop off at the airport. However, in those cases, we always recommend flights arriving in the morning of the first day and flights leaving in the evening of the last day.

What should I take for the safari?

All necessary documents: passport, vaccine certificate and others that might apply; Any medication you might need: This should include medication for possible common situations like headaches or diarrhea; Sunblock, sunglasses, hat, lip balm and moisturizer; Your camera: we recommend bringing a wide lens (about 17-55mm) for those scenery pictures, and a telephoto lens (in the 200-400mm range) to catch animals at a distance; Binoculars: We do provide a pair of top notch binoculars per every 2 persons in the vehicle but feel free to bring your own which you may be more used to. Binoculars really make a big difference on a safari; Clothes: Comfortable and casual clothing, with khaki, beige or green colours. You should pack T-shirts, shirts with long sleeves, jeans, a sweater and a jacket (for the cold mornings), swimwear (if the accommodation you selected has pool or if you do a beach extension) and comfortable hiking shoes; Insect repellent.