FAQs

What Are The Vehicles Like ?

Vehicles used are generally Toyota land cruisers as they are most suitable for the terrain. Most of the drivers are full-time employees and have gone through training in Customer relationships, tourism-related topics, environmental issues, and vehicle maintenance.

What is the accommodation like ?

The accommodation type varies with you thus you can choose the standard accommodation that is more affordable and recommended, there is also the luxurious lodges that will cost you more and we also have the basic camping which is the cheapest and simplest option.

What about Medical and Emergencies during my stay in Kenya ?

if you have any particular medical problem please consult with your doctor before you come to Kenya as to the medication that you should bring on your trip. This also applies to your own personal first aid kit. We can also include a small fee flying doctors' services in case of an emergency.

Who will be my guide ?

All groups and individual travelers will be provided with a professional safari driver guide conversant in English.

Should i give a tip ?

Tipping will vary depending on the length and complexity of the trip the number of staff on the trip and the number of clients on the trip. Generally, groups like to meet together before the end of the trip to discuss how much they would like to tip each staff member based on their individual trek experience.

Can i go out to a good restaurant in Kenya ?

The number and variety of restaurants are improving in cities and towns with some tourism traffic you can find good Swahili, African, Indian, Chinese and Italian restaurants. Many older restaurants serve typical English food but the variety is widening and many other influences are appearing in menus.

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