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Featured Programs

Jambo Africa Safari
Experience the best of the Northern Wilderness Frontier
EA Explorer Safari
Explore the best of East Africa wildlife safari
Treasures of Tanzania
Experience the Best premier Tanzania Wildlife Spots.
Selous Highlights Safari
The True Wilderness African Safari

Adventure Programs

Tanzania Rustic Safari
This luxurious safari recounts the highlights of Tanzania destination.
Tanzania Luxury Safari
This safari offers: Comfort, Style and Grandeur.
Out of Africa Safari
Follow the footsteps of Joy & George Adamson.
Luxury Hideaway Safari
Explore the best of Meru & Masai Mara hidden gems

Our Excursions

Kenya Excursions | Tanzania Excursions | Uganda Excursions | Zanzibar Excursions

The tour covers the modern city center, the colorful market, Parliament, the Railway Museum and the renowned National Museum where there are spellbinding displays of early man, tribal regalia and the flora and fauna of Kenya. A visit to the adjacent snake park is also included. The tour returns to the city center by lunchtime.
This unique wildlife sanctuary is just a few kilometers from Nairobi’s bustling city center but despite its proximity over 50 species of mammals can be found there, including four of the Big Five. The tour also includes a visit to the animal orphanage at the park gate. The tour returns to the city center by sundown.
This half-day afternoon tour visits the Karen Blixen Museum at the foot of the Ngong Hills, the farm and home of Isak Dinesen of “Out of Africa” fame. This is a pilgrimage to the memory of a woman admired universally, both for her spirit and her writings. This is followed by a visit to Giraffe Manor, the wildlife conservation center and home of Daisy, the world famous Rothschild giraffe who starred in the film “The Last Giraffe”.
Lake Nakuru lies in the volcano –strewn Rift Valley, one of a chain of 8 lakes, which stretch the length of Kenya from Tanzania to Ethiopia. The 160 km’s drive from Nairobi passes through highland farms of the Kikuyu people before descending an escarpment into the dramatic landscape of the Rift. Lunch is taken in the Park and is followed by and extensive tour which focuses on the bewildering spectacle of a million flamingo but which also seeks out the large variety of wildlife with which the Park abounds. On the return journey to Nairobi a stop is made at Lake Naivasha where tea is taken among the fever trees and where bird watchers will delight in the fantastic array of bird life.
The colourful island town of Mombasa with its blend of ancient and modern buildings on the Indian Ocean, is Kenya’s principal port and the country’s second largest city. A comprehensive tour of the island includes the Old Arab Town, with its maze of narrow twisting alleys displaying the beautifully carved doors and Arab verandahs, bazaars with curio and antique shops, the Dhow harbour still in use, a Hindu Temple, a visit to the Akamba wood carvers and a drive to the bazaar for a short shopping expedition. The highlight of the tour is probably the visit to Fort Jesus. Built in 1593 by the Portuguese to guard the entrance to the Old Dhow harbour, it is the island’s landmark. Four hundred years old, the fort still stands and serves as a historical museum.
A comprehensive morning tour of the island including a visit to Fort Jesus is followed by lunch at Mamba Village. Mamba is the Swahili name for crocodile and this “village: is really a crocodile farm. Depart after lunch for the Bamburi Quarry Nature Trail. The wasteland of the stone quarry has been reclaimed and amongst the casuarinas trees and other tropical flora reside a variety of wildlife and birds. Eland and buffalo, crocodiles and other reptiles can be seen wandering with crowned cranes. The commercially viable aquaculture complex is also visited.
A 12.00 pm or 6.30 pm departure from the Tamarind jetty for the lunch cruise or evening cruise respectively. After a welcome cocktail the Tamarind Dhow Nawalicker (meaning Gateway to Heaven) cruises past the Old Town and Fort Jesus. Fantastic seafood meals prepared by the world famous Tamarind Restaurant are enjoyed while a local band plays music to suit all tastes. A tri-lingual guide, fully stocked bar and friendly service all add to the unforgettable atmosphere. 2.45 pm or 10.30 pm return to the jetty and thereafter your hotel.