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Safari FAQs

Can I Bring My Children On An African Safari?

Yes You can bring children on your safari tour of Kenya and Africa, however we recommend children’s from aged 2 and over, due to the long days drives and unfamiliar short distance rough roads with bumpy bumpy we call then Africa Massage road. About pregnant women, We advice them to consider flights safari packages to avoid long drives within the parks.

What Should I Bring On The Tour?

We recommend you bring the following on your tour:
Strong, non-slip walking shoes, Hat (wide-brimmed is best), Flynet, Sunglasses, binoculars, , Sunscreen, Cameras, Casual and comfortable long sleeves and short sleeves cloths

How Many People Are On Each Tour?

We have a maximum of 7 people capacity on each 4X4 Land cruiser tour travelling in a comfortable vehicle. Private safari Conducted in a Jeep equipped with a pop-up roof. Guaranteed window seat and access to pop-up roof as per the itinerary.

Can I Request Special Food Requirements?

Yes of course we’re able to cater for one of the following special dietary requests upon request at time of booking: vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free or dairy-free. this should be mentioned at the time of booking, any necessary medication with you on tour all camps and lodges have Fridge, Freezer’s or even Cooler boxes at every vehicle can assist in medical issues. 

What Are The Rules For Drinks?

Meals are included but drinks like alcohol and tips are not included in your package unless stated at the booking time. You can pay for drinks with your credit card or cash dollars/euros/Pounds you have in most locations.

How Safe Will I Be In Kenya And Africa?

Your safety is a top priority and comes first. All parks are guarded at entry and exit points with terms and conditions to enter and exit. In terms of being safe near animals, you will be reminded by your driver guide never to leave a vehicle while on game drives unless on the designated locations within the parks whereby you can come out of the vehicle and make a small walk. All accommodation are protected with electric fences and very safe unless the private Conservancy whereby most accommodations are open naturally walking within your rooms with Masai guides. 

When Is The Best Time To Go On Safari?

There really is no “right” answer because anytime is a good time for safari starting from January to December! Indeed, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda are all situated on the equator, making them fascinating destinations with unique climates and natural wonders. to explore more about each of these countries and the rest of Africa. it is considered a year-round Top destinations in Africa and Its really depends on you and what you prefer.

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