|East Africa,Kenya,Tanzania ,Uganda beach and wildlife luxury lodge safaris,Masai mara air safari packages,Mombasa and Lamu air packages offered to promote domestic tourism|
Nairobi Arusha - Moshi Shuttle
Private Transfers Nairobi Arusha Moshi
|Kenya Luxury Lodge Safari -Road||
Kenya Popular Safaris by Road
East Africa residents packages to Kenya beach and luxury lodge safaris to Masai mara by air ,safari packages to Mombasa and Lamu air packages all offered to promote domestic tourism as well for Non residents
ADVENTURE AIR PACKAGES FOR EAST AFRICA RESIDENTS
Valid from 2nd January to 1st April 2013
The 2 nights Adventure Package includes:
Return flights from Nairobi
.Hippo pool breakfast at Mara Serena Safari Lodge, Bush Barbeque dinner at Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge, visit to the endangered species at Sweetwaters Tented Camp or ‘Lion Rock’ Sundowner at Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge
Single room supplement is Ksh.2,500.00 per night. Extra night supplement Kshs. 16,500.00 per person to include full board accommodation plus a night game drive in lieu of day game drives or at Sweetwaters, opt for an adventure filled 2-3 hours Mountain bike ride around Olpejeta Conservancy with Rift Valley Adventures in lieu of day game drives.
Sweetwaters - Morani Wing/Ol Pejeta House Supplement: Kshs. 2,000.00 per person per night Single Room Supplement: Kshs. 2,000.00 per person per night
Mara/Amboseli/Ol Pejeta: Kshs. 8,000.00 per room per night
Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge: Kshs. 7,000.00 per room per night
Child policy Children under 2 years sharing/own room are charged 75% of adult rate. Children under 2 years will be on complimentary
Rates are subject to change due to fuel tax Kindly note park fees not included
Lamu Homes & air Safaris packages
There is a large variety of accommodation available on Lamu Island, from friendly, basic budget accommodation in small locally-owned guest houses, to exclusive accommodation in privately-owned houses and hotels. Lamu Town is ideal for those searching for the cultural experience of Lamu, shops open late in the evening, the local fish and vegetable market near the town square, the busy dhow harbour, narrow cool streets, mosques, donkeys, carts and veiled women, and the atmosphere of an old town which has changed little in the last 200 years. If you are staying in Lamu Town you can visit Shela or Manda beaches by boat, as Lamu Town itself has no beach. For those who prefer to be near the beach, and perhaps visit the town sometime during their stay in Lamu, Shela Village is 3kilometres South of Lamu town, or a 15 minute boat ride away. The fabulous 15kilometre Shela Beach starts here, the village is sheltered from the open sea, overlooking the channel between Manda and Lamu Islands. For those who prefer complete privacy and seclusion, there is Kipungani and Kizingo on the South-Western tip of the island, about 40 minutes by boat from Lamu and Manda Airport, Kiwayu Island about 40 miles North of Lamu, or Manda Bay on Manda Island. Competitive Air Packages to all the following properties are available on request, from Nairobi, Malindi or Mombasa.. All these properties offer guided excursions and dhow trips, as well as boat transfers from Manda Airport.
Pwani Guest House, Shela Village is situated just a few metres from Shela Beach, behind Peponi Hotel. It is a small locally owned and run guest house. Accommodation is very basic, no hot water in the bathrooms, but family rooms upstairs have the advantage of good sea views from an open verandah where breakfast can also be served. There is a small shop downstairs on the ground floor attached to the guest house. Accommodation is on self catering basis, the neighbouring Peponi Hotel has a bar and snack restaurant for lunch. Tables should be booked in advance for dinner.
Jannat House, Lamu Town. In 1986 Hans Freijd (Swedish) bought this 18th Century merchant's house, which was formerly owned by the famous Muawiya family, descendant from the uncle of the Prophet Mumammed. For many years the house was a private guest house for family and friends. It became a busy place and was finally commercialized and run as a small hotel by its 3 Swedish owners. Situated in the heart of the Old Lamu Stone Town, this small hotel has 17 rooms, 5 terraces, an 'a la carte' restaurant and small salt-water pool in an interior courtyard with a bar. Rooms are furnished with African/Arabic antiques. There are several spacious terraces, some overlooking the pool. Cuisine in the restaurant is influenced by the Swahili flavour, characterized by coconut milk and Arabic spices. The restaurant maintains a smart-casual dress code for dinner. A la carte and barbecue dinners are common. Some rooms have been recently renovated and are small but of higher standard than the old rooms. Some rooms are self contained, others share bathrooms.
Stone House Hotel, Lamu Town, is situated in the heart of the Old Lamu Stone Town, just a short walk from Lamu's main street and the waterfront. A small interior coral-walled garden at the entrance provides a nice welcome. It is one of the best preserved of Lamu's famous 18th Century Stone Houses and offers simple, clean budget accommodation in 10 self-contained rooms and 4 with shared bathrooms. Rooms are decorated with typical Lamu-style furniture, mosquito nets and fans are provided. The hotel has its own reliable water supply (no hot water). The rooftop restaurant offers very good views of the surrounding town. The restaurant specializes in Swahili dishes and fresh fish and seafood. No alcohol is available but cold soft drinks and freshly squeezed juices are sold in the restaurant. The hotel offers a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, offering comfortable, clean accommodation at very affordable prices.
Bahari Guest House, Shela Village, is a similar property to Stopover Guest House. Situated near the jetty in Shela, just around the corner from the Peponi Hotel, and a short walk away from Shela Beach. A local guest house, with downstairs café/restaurant serving seafood, Swahili dishes and fresh juices or soft drinks. The cheapest rooms are located at the back of the guest house, and do not have a sea view, other rooms have balconies and view of the sea, and there is a top floor room with sea view for which there is an extra charge. All rooms have mosquito nets and bathrooms, but no hot water. Accommodation is simple and basic and recommended for guests who prefer budget accommodation with the advantage of being on the sea front and near the beach.
Island Hotel, Shela Village, is situated in the centre of Shela Village, just a few minutes walk through the village to the fabulous 15kilometre Shela Beach. The hotel is constructed in simple, Swahili style with 15 self contained rooms, (no hot water). All rooms have fans and mosquito nets. The roof-top "Barracuda Restaurant" specializes in Swahili dishes and fresh seafood, and is well known for its freshly squeezed fruit juices and milk shakes. Alcohol is not available at the hotel, but Peponi Hotel is about 5 minutes walk away and has a bar and snack restaurant open to visitors during the day. Shela Village is a lot cleaner than Lamu Town, sandy lanes, donkeys and children playing, it is a friendly and safe village, visitors are very welcome. The hotel is ideal for clients looking for budget accommodation, reasonably-priced, simple and clean accommodation with good food and friendly atmosphere. Excursions and boat trips are available at the hotel as well as guided tours to Lamu town. As the hotel is in the village, guests will have the chance to really integrate with the local community and get a feel of Swahili village life, the hotel does not have a sea view but is walkig distance to the beach.
Sunsail Hotel, Lamu Town, is a basic hotel situated on the waterfront in Lamu town. It is locally-owned with 18 rooms, 11 upstairs and 7 downstairs (cheaper rates) and all rooms are self-contained. Mosquito nets and fans are provided. No alcohol or hot water showers. Accommodation is available on bed & breakfast basis, half board or full board. There is a safe service free of charge. The restaurant is on the roof top.
House Lodge, Lamu Town, is situated in the town's centre. There
is a rooftop sitting area with views of Lamu town and a downstairs restaurant.
Rooms are self contained, with constant water supply, fans and mosquito
There are six small beach huts called bandas, traditionally designed with high windows. The five double bandas have a double bed downstairs and a single bed mounted in the roof, each has a front porch, shower, sink and flush toilet. All bandas are provided with sheets, mosquito nets and towels. Each has a mains plug with a British socket and all have electric lighting in the evening. The room boy, Kombo, cleans daily and a laundry service is available. The floors and walls are made our of star palm, which is woven locally, the roofs are a thatch of coconut palm. There is no fresh water on Manda Island so they re-use the water from the sinks and showers to water the garden. The sixth banda is larger and divided into two so sleeps between 3 and 6.
There is also a treehouse to rent, which sleeps between 2 and 6 people, with wooden floors, branches coming through the walls and a large veranda on the first floor stretching right around the tree, where there is an open air bathroom with sink, shower and flush toilet. There is another bathroom on the ground floor. The tree house is cleverly built in a baobab tree, and really completes the 'Robinson Crusoe' feel of the place.
The restaurant area consists of tables under palm thatched umbrellas, conveniently situated with a view of the Indian Ocean and of Shela across the channel. The meals include fresh seafood dishes, vegetarian cuisine and more conventional western food. At dusk, Diamond Beach Village enjoys the full view of some of the most breathtaking African Sunsets. Giant clamshells around the lodge act as birdbaths and attract a colourful array of beautiful birds both at dawn and dusk. Enjoy walks along Manda Beach, snorkeling off the small coral reef just a short walk away. Diamond Beach Village is a short boat trip across the channel from Shela Village, and a 15 minute boat ride from Lamu town and the airport.
Banana House, Shela Village, this is a private house which has developed into a friendly 'Bed & Breakfast' alternative in Shela. Owned and run by Monika, a Dutch lady who has lived in Lamu for several years. The house is very spacious, with attractive sitting and lounging areas, hammocks, and day beds in a beautiful tropical garden within its walls. The atmosphere is homely and welcoming. Rooms and living areas are tastefully furnished and meet a good standard of accommodation.
All bedrooms are ensuite, with hot water showers. On the ground floor, there are 3 rooms, all interconnecting making these ideal for families with young children if required. The first floor also has 3 double rooms ensuite, open, covered dining area and living area. The top floor boasts a private penthouse with double bedroom, private dining facilities, sun-beds which can also be ideal for star-gazing, as well as sitting area. The house has sea views from first and top floors and is about 5 minutes walk to the fabulous Shela Beach and Peponi Hotel.
Breakfast is provided at Banana House, served outside your room or in dining areas. The house has 2 cooks and a fully equipped kitchen at the disposal of house guests. The cooks will prepare meals of your choice, and will charge only for the ingredients which can make Banana House a very flexible and financially reasonable option for your stay in Shela.
****4 Star Accommodation
Salama House & Azania House, situated overlooking the harbour in Lamu Town. These are 2 converted and completely rebuilt Swahili Houses, beautifully adapted for modern use. Spanish owned and managed. The enchantment of the traditional Swahili architecture has been preserved, re-designed to meet the needs of guests. Each house has 5 bedrooms, accommodation between 10 and 12 guests in each. There is a living room open to the courtyard, an upstairs terrace overlooking the sea and the old town. There is an interior plunge pool, dining room and small courtyard. Fully equipped kitchen and Hi-Fi. Each bedroom is individually furnished, with self-contained bathroom, dressing area and private terrace. Just one of the rooms does not have a private terrace. The houses have a cook and at least two room stewards, laundry is included. The rooms can be rented individually or the entire house exclusively for small groups.
Transfers to and from the airport are included as well as daily transfers to the beach by boat. Also included for guests are coffees, teas, soft drinks and juices. Alcoholic beverages are not sold in the houses, but guests are welcome to bring their own, or can be assisted to buy locally although there is not a wide choice available. Panoramic flights, scuba diving and deep sea fishing are available on request. Basic internet service is available from the office. The house has a large dhow with experienced crew which is used for daily excursions, a variety of up to 10 excursions around the archipelago are available. 8-10 people can comfortably spend the day on the dhow and overnight excursions can be arranged on request. The dhow is equipped with: inboard diesel engine, life jackets, shaded areas, safari shower, small kitchen, cutlery, cool boxes, snorkeling equipment, beach towels, first aid kit. Specially designed with sliding table to seat up to 10 people for lunches on board etc.
Fatuma's Tower and Yoga Centre, Shela Village. Fatuma's Tower is a renovated 18th Century ruin standing in a walled garden at the back of Shela Village, near the sand dunes, last occupied a hundred years ago until her death by the unmarried Fatuma and her five female slaves. Over time, all the floors of the building and most of its walls fell to the ground. Now the tower has been reconstructed to have four double rooms with washrooms (and hot water) and two singles sharing a washroom. It is three stories high and built of thick coral walls with high ceilings. There is a spacious library, courtyard with mature tamarind tree fronting the dining area. The rooftop terrace reached by narrow stairs has a panoramic view of Shela, the dunes and the sea. Here you can meditate or gaze at the night sky of brilliant stars and changing phases of the moon. All rooms are furnished in the traditional Swahili style with tasteful wooden furniture. The garden, which contains a spacious and isolated therapy room is surrounded by high coral walls and is full of palms, tropical birds, sweet smelling shrubs and a mature acacia tree giving deep shade.
On the first floor there is a spacious and cool yoga practice hall (50square metres) where the slanted window construction form perfected by the old mosques prevents the entry of direct sunlight and keeps the hall cool and together with traditional Swahili plasterwork gives the whole building an immediate feeling of serenity and calm. There are two regular Yoga classes daily.
The food served is
vegetarian with fresh sea food if required. No alcohol is served as we
seek to promote the house and gardens as a place for personal and spiritual
retreat. There are special rates for Yoga groups.
You don't have to practice yoga to stay here! The place is quiet and all who want to feel peaceful and just relax are welcome. Only 5-10 minutes walk away from the waterfront, nevertheless, sheltered from the glare and activity on the sea. Guests are encouraged to treat the place as a private home and the staff are excellent at making guests feel comfortable.
The top floor 2 doubles can be treated as a separate apartment with its own kitchen, staff and stairway. Also a cottage in the garden has 2 doubles and can be totally self-contained.
House Hotel, Shela Village
Off the bustling waterfront of Shela village, dhows sway gently on the incoming tide as merchants and fishermen cross back and forth on the shimmering sand. A few steps away, a few white steps and a small entranceway, framed by clusters of frangipani and bouganvillea flowers, opens to cool shade and green shadows. Entering Kijani House is like stepping into a secret garden. Two aquamarine pools glow gently in the shade of giant kunazi trees, small tables and beach chairs lie in the shade of a profusion of different species of palm trees, and flowering flamboyants and yellow oleanders branch out over large terraces that face the ocean. 'Kijani' means green in Kiswahili, at once invoking the colour of Islam, the small hotel's verdant gardens, and new growth.
Swiss owner Pierre Oberson created Kijani House to revive the tradition of stone Swahili houses and create an authentic retreat for visitors looking to experience Lamu's past. It took Pierre more than ten years to rebuild the hotel from the ruins of three old houses, and he used only traditional methods and materials in the restoration. Kijani's rooms and gardens are filled with antiques or handmade replicas of the furniture, lanterns, ornaments, and utensils that graced the stately houses of Lamu's past. Copies of old Portuguese lanterns hang from white archways. An arrangement of ceramic water pots stand - used to carry oil and water aboard ships centures ago - stand under the shade of a palm tree. Members of the village even borrow Kijani's ceremonial chair, crafted from hardwood and wickerwork on the nearby island of Siyu, for weddings and special occasions.
True to the atmosphere
of a Swahili house, Kijani's rooms and central areas emphasize the aesthetics
of privacy and space. Each room has a private veranda shaded from sight
by arabesque archways and trees. The 10 rooms are vaste and cool, shards
of sunlight and ample breeze welcomed through tall shutters. A canopied
Swahiil bed stands beside antique cupboards and tables coloured with hand-painted
Indian tiles and painted glass. In the bathroom, intricately carved mirrors
set off the sensous effect of the walls, ceiling, and floor in warm ochre,
its heady oriental effect heightened by shafts of light filtering through
shutters from the world outside. Kijani House offers a retreat from the
bright bustle of Lamu's waterfront - a lush oasis of green gardens, pools,
and cool rooms in all their Swahili splendour.
Peponi Hotel, Shela Beach, is probably the most famous of all Lamu hotels and is the only one situated directly on Shela Beach. A small, private, family-owned hotel, it was once a house, which grew into a hotel. The atmosphere is intimate and low key. The sea-facing bar and snack restaurant is open to hotel guests and visitors alike, and is an ideal stopover for cold drinks after a day on the beach, although there are private verandah's and dining for hotel guests only. The hotel restaurant is renowned for excellent fresh seafood and cuisine to cater for all palates. As in most places in Lamu, service is very friendly. The hotel has 24 rooms in total and two categories of accommodation, all rooms have ocean views.
Superior Rooms: are differentiated by their location, size, private outside area, artwork and Swahili furnishings. No two rooms are the same. Many have swing beds on the verandahs with big soft cushions. Five of the rooms are built right on the beach, with private verandahs overlooking the sea while the rest have a combination of ocean and garden views, private rooftops, a small garden and two adjoining rooms share a spacious verandah. Kikoi toweling robes are provided in these rooms. The Superior room numbers are 17-25.
All rooms have: Overhead fans, mosquito nets, showers (not baths), fresh flowers and personal safes. Peponi toiletries with pumice stones, beach and bath towels, colourful kikois to wear either to the beach or as evening wear for men, a flask of chilled drinking water, writing paper, laundry service (aim is 24hours), the option of room service breakfast. Hairdryers, cots, extra beds and baby baths are available on request.
Standard Rooms: 5 twins and 3 doubles are located in the palm garden, which is a large, private garden area with sunbeds and two hammocks, overlooking the sea. These are room numbers 5-12 which have been built in small units of two rooms per unit.
The hotel has a newly built swimming pool overlooking the sea and a very well-stocked gift shop with souvenirs and gift items from all over Kenya. The hotel dhow departs daily to Lamu town for those wishing to visit the historic town, its museum and shops for a couple of hours before returning to Shela by lunch time.
Kizingo Point, Lamu Island. A small resort consisting of six
spacious bandas with shaded balconies and uninterrupted views over the
Indian Ocean.The knowledge and expertise of the villagers was used to
construct the bandas using local materials such as mangrove poles, star
palm leaves and coconut palms. The lodge is totally eco-friendly and very
comfortable, strongly committed to conservation, ecologically sound practices
and a symbiotic relationship with the local community.
Baytil Ajaib 'House of Wonder', Lamu Town, beautifully restored 18th Century palatial Swahili House located in the heart of Lamu town, it took 11 years to renovate the building in order to remain true to original Swahili style by studying the architecture and materials used in constructing traditional stone houses. The result is a stunning house impeccably restored to its previous splendour, sub-divided into five unique and private apartments. The mixture of materials used and the architecture provide the natural air-conditioning, the house is always cool. Frangipani flowers float in traditional pools of cool water, scenting both the water and the air. Secret alcoves, balconies and terraces provide rooftop views of Lamu town and the Lamu archipelago. The rooms are all decorated with authentic Swahili furniture and a mixture of African and Western art and artifacts. The dining room is on the ground floor, and for those who can't quite make it to the breakfast table, it can be served in the apartment. Baytil Ajaib offers the chance to turn back the hands of time and experience life as it was at the turn of the century. Bed & Breakfast or half board available. The whole house is also available for rental. Alcoholic drinks are not served but guests are free to bring their own.
Munira Camp, Kiwayu Island. Munira Island Camp Kiwayu is on Kiwayu Island, which is situated 40 miles North of Lamu Island. The Camp was started by Mike and Caroline Kennedy nine years ago. They have created a beautiful place which completely blends into the natural environment. The camp is totally eco-friendly running on solar and wind power. Water is brought in by a team of donkeys from a well about half a mile away. There are 7 comfortable spacious bandas, built of makuti and Jambies (local matting made from palm fronds). They are all beautifully positioned each with panoramic views of the ocean and surrounds, all with total privacy.
The island itself is 12 miles long by half a mile wide. There are lots of caves and coves to explore. There are also two villages on the island, Kiwayu, an hour's walk to the South and Chandani, 20 minute walk North. There is an extensive mangrove creek system, ideal for bird watching and light tackle fishing. Added to this is a 6 mile virgin beach (no beach boys) and spectacular snorkeling over a myriad of unspoilt coral reefs. The food is influenced largely by a Swahili flavour, which is characterized by coconut milk and Arabic spices. International cuisine is also provided, all fresh and in abundance.
There are two 33foot motorized sailing dhows, Munira and Mwezi, these are available for hire for explorative trips. Overnight or day trips can be arranged to the Island of Lamu. Deep sea fishing, scuba diving, water skiing and windsurfing also available. Game drives or walks on the main land are also available, dolphins and whales are often seen off the Coast of Kiwayu.
The rooms have makuti roofs, and matting walls and floors and are set in amongst coconut palms, acacias and tamarind trees, overlooking the sandy beaches and the bay. The rooms have been opened up to maximize the views and catch the breeze. Hot and cold running water is now piped to all the rooms. The rooms have table fans and individual safes. 220/240 volt generator power supply. New soft furnishings, cutlery and crockery give the place a bright new look and fresh flowers add a colourful touch. The lodge previously relied on well and rainwater but recently a de-salination unit has been installed to guarantee fresh water at all times. Drinking water is provided in the rooms. Manda Bay has safe swimming, long empty beaches for hassle-free walking (no beach boys or curio shops) with own security.
Cuisine naturally features a marine flavour - freshly caught tuna, giant crab or lobster are the order of the day, but individual needs and flexible mealtimes are designed to fit in with guests requirements.
An experienced team and range of equipment means that there is a large variety of activities which include: water skiing including small skis for children, windsurfing and sailing, diving and snorkeling, creek fishing, trips to Siyu Fort and lamu, bicycling and deep sea fishing.
Kiwayu Safari Village, Northern Lamu Archipelago, nestled amongst the mainland dunes, about 30 miles north of Lamu Island, the oasis of Kiwayu Safari Village overlooks a sheltered lagoon to the north of Kiwayu Island. Boasting total seclusion, visited only by fishermen and dhows, accommodation consists of thatched bandas/cottages which blend into the dunes. Cuisine centers around fresh catches of fish, excellent seafood. The theme of Kiwayu Safari Village is informality. Each banda is a spacious suite consisting of a bedroom, dressing room, safari-style shower with running water and lavatory. Each hammock-strung verandah offers total privacy and panoramic views over the lagoon. The dining-room and bar are also built in the local Bajuni tradition with palm-thatched roofs and woven matting floors. Each of the 18 bandas is within easy reach of the water's edge, the boats and the bar. Beach walks, foot safaris, snorkeling, dhow trips and picnics, fishing trips, sailing or windsurfing as well as deep-sea fishing are activities available. Most excursions except deep sea fishing are included in the price of accommodation.
Days Masai Mara
3 Days Masai Mara
3 Day Amboseli
4 Days Masai Mara + Lake Nakuru
6 Days Amboseli + Nakuru + Mara
7 Days Masai Mara Migration
|Kenya Budget Camping Safari||
Kenya Daily Tour Departures
Days Masai Mara Camping
3 Days Amboseli Camping
4 Days Lake Nakuru Masai Mara
5 Days Tsavo West/Amboseli
6 Amboseli/Lake Nakuru/Maasai Mara
Days Maasai Mara Joining Safari
4 Days Mara Nakuru Joining Safari
Nairobi Day Excursions Tours-Daily
Nairobi - Arusha -Moshi Shuttle-Daily
Nairobi Arusha Moshi Private Transport
|Mount Kenya Climbing Packages||
Kilimanjaro Climb -Trekking
Kenya Climbing Sirimon Gate
Trekking Mount Kenya Naro Moru
Mount Kenya Climb Chogoria Route
Rock Climbing Batian, Nelion Peaks
Mt Kenya Trek + Kenyan safari
Mount Kenya + Kilimanjaro Combined
Days Kilimanjaro Climb -Marangu
8 Days Kilimanjaro Machame Route
7 Days Rongai Route Trekking
Kilimanjaro Climb + Tanzania Safari
Kilimanjaro + Mt. Kenya Combined
Machame Route + Extra Day
|East Africa Transfers & Transport||
Special Interest Safaris
- Arusha -Moshi Shuttle Bus
Train Service Nairobi-Mombasa-Kisumu
Nairobi Airport Taxi Transfer
Kenya Car Hire Rental Nairobi
Group 20 - 25 - 29- 37 Seater Bus Hire
Kenya Photographic Safari
Kenya Family Safari Holidays
Kenya Bird Watching Safaris
Exclusive Private Safari Experience
|Tanzania Luxury Lodge Safari||
Tanzania Budget Camping Safari
Days Ngorongoro Crater
3 Days Ngorongoro/ Lake Manyara.
4 Days Manyara + Crater +Tarangire.
5 Days Manyara Serengeti.
Tanzania Luxury Lodge Road Safaris
Days Ngorongoro Crater
3 Days Ngorongoro + Lake Manyara.
4 Days Ngorongoro +Tarangire.
5 Days Ngorongoro + Serengeti.
Tanzania Budget camping Safari
|Kenya Tanzania Combined Holiday||
Safaris From Mombasa
+ Tanzania Safari + Zanzibar Beach Holiday
Kenya Safari + Tanzania Wildlife Safari
Kenya + Tanzania Safari Packages
7 Days Kenya Safari Lamu Beach
9 Days, Family Safari in Tanzania
Days Tsavo East National Park
2 Days Tsavo Safari East/West Parks
3 Day Tsavo East / West National Park
3 Days Tsavo East/Amboseli
4 Days Tsavo/Amboseli National Park
Mt. Kenya Climbing || Mt Kilimanjaro Climbing || Kenya Camping Safaris || Nairobi Airport Transfers || Kenya Luxury Lodge Safaris|| Kenya Flying Packages || Bird Watching Safaris Kenya & Uganda ||
Kenya Tanzania Shuttle Bus Transfers || Africa Honeymoon Safaris || Kenya Most Popular Safari || Kenya Educational & Study Tours || Kenya Car Hire || Kenya Family Safari Holidays||
With Online Credit card Secure Payment option
Muindi Mbingu Street, Portal Place House 4th Floor Suite 403: Tel/Fax: 254 (0) 20 2248453, Hot Line: +254 722-348656, +254 734 503953,+254 710 189751, +254 714 239 555
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kenya Based Licensed and Registered Tour operator (058673)|| A Member of Kenya Association of Kenya Operators (KATO) FE/350
|| Member of Nature Kenya -East Africa Natural History Society (EANHS )