Untamed Kenya and Tanzania Safari from US$4824 per person - 9 Days

9-days Untamed Kenya and Tanzania Safari

Tour Overview

For true wildlife enthusiasts this private guided safari. Kenya and Tanzania Safari Holiday is the ultimate combination of Kenya and Tanzania’s most famous National Parks. The Masai Mara, Serengeti and Ngorogoro Crater are world renowned.  It is  a must-see destination for anyone wanting to experience the legendary wildlife of East Africa.

Optional Masai Mara Balloon Ride: for those going for the balloon safari, you will be going for the early morning balloon, you will be picked at the hotel by the Balloon Company at 5.30am and drive to the balloon launch site where you will gather for takeoff. Enjoy early morning ballooning over the plains, getting a bird’s eye view of the game below as the sun creeps slowly over the horizon. After approximately one hour aloft, the balloon lands while a breakfast is being prepared for us nearby. The smell of bacon, sausages and eggs drift on the breeze as we sample exotic Kenyan fruits and homemade pastries and, if you wish, glasses of bubbly to toast our flight, a tradition initiated by the Montgolfier brothers. Cost Per Person: $480. (Price guaranteed with advanced booking)

 Tour Highlights

1 night in the Aberdare Mountains eastern rim of the Great Rift Valley.

1 night in Lake Naivasha. With afternoon boat ride to explore the lake.

2 nights in Masai Mara Game Reserve, including a full day and a half day game drive.

2 nights in Serengeti National Park, including a full day and a half day game drive.

1 night in Ngorogoro Conservation area with a stay overnight on the eastern rim of this wildlife haven.

1 night in Lake Manyara. The park is well known for its tree climbing lions, elephants and baboons.

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Day 1
Day One: - The Ark Lodge or Serena Mountain Lodge - Lunch & Dinner

Arrive in Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, flight TBA. Meet driver-guide and after safari briefing, drive to either Aberdares National Park or Mount Kenya National Park.

Aberdares National Park Description: Well known to the world as the home of succession where in came a princess and out went the Queen of England while at Treetops lodge, Aberdares is a land of fortune and diversity. The Park got its name from Lord Aberdares, one of the founder members of the Royal Geographical Society. Located in the central highlands, west of Mount Kenya and 160kms from Nairobi, the foothills of the Aberdares National Park is covered with huge trees, which, as you go higher, gradually give way to bamboo forests. From about 3, 000 meters upward the landscape consists primarily of alpine moorland which gives way to an area of grass land with, from time to time, giant lobelias presenting an attractive contrast. Try this destination of fortunes.-and who knows? You might be the next one queen or king!

Mt Kenya National Park Description:: At 5,199 metres high, Mount Kenya is Kenya’s highest mountain, a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, a magnet for climbers and one of the world’s highest National Parks. To the Kikuyu people who inhabits the land around the mountain, it was believed that this was the home of their Supreme Being – Ngai. The mountain, visible from vast areas of Kenya’s central heartland, is often clear in the mornings, but secludes itself in the afternoons, drawing warm air up from the plains to create huge, expressive clouds that Hemingway said “looked like you could have scooped them up with a spoon.”

This “majestic and tender” mountain, in Hemingway’s words, becomes a talismanic presence for our guests on many of our safaris; gazing at it we’re often reminded of Africa’s ability to—as the great Elspeth Huxley wrote—fully sense “a whole world revolving in balance with itself, more perfect than the finest symphony.”

Lunch at the hotel and enjoy your afternoon and evening watching wildlife from the hotel terrace as they come to drink water at the waterhole.

Attractions: The major physical attractions: Lesatima and Kinangop peaks, numerous waterfalls, Twin & Elephant hills, Table Mounts, black rhinos, elephant, buffalo, giant forest hog, lion, leopard, baboon, black & white colobus and sykes monkeys are abundant. Bird viewing is incredible with over 250 species of birds recorded.

Activities:– include Night viewing of wildlife at the Ark & Treetops, Game Drives, Trout fishing, visit to the Kimathi hideout used by the legendary Mau Mau General.

Dinner and overnight at either Mt. Kenya or Aberdares for your first night:

• If you chose Aberdares, you will stay at The Ark Lodge

• If you chose Mount Kenya, you will stay at: Serena Mountain Lodge

Meals: Lunch and Dinner at the hotel.

Day 2
Day Two - Aberdares National Park to Lake Naivasha - Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

After breakfast drive to Lake Naivasha arriving for lunch. Check in to your hotel. After lunch enjoy afternoon boat ride and bird watching in Lake Naivasha.

Boat-ride Description: After breakfast, we go for the boat-ride in Lake Naivasha. During the boat ride the boat captain will explain in details the various animals and birds in the lake. Beautiful photos will also be possible. Among the resident birds are fish eagles, ospreys, lily-trotters, black crakes and a variety of herons. Hippos also live in the lake. This is a freshwater lake, fringed by thick papyrus almost 13 km’s across, but its waters are shallow with an average depth of five meters. The waters of the lake draw a great range of game to these shores. Giraffes wander among the acacia, Hippos wallow in the swamps and Colobus monkeys call from the treetops while the Lakes large hippo populations sleep the day out in the shallows.

Dinner and overnight at either of the following hotels in Naivasha

• Option 1:-Mid-Range/Standard Hotel: Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge

• Option 2:-Deluxe Hotel: Great Rift Valley Lodge

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the hotel.

Day 3
Day Three - Lake Naivasha to Masai Mara Game Reserve - Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

After breakfast drive to Masai Mara Game Reserve, Lunch at your hotel and enjoy afternoon game drive in the Game Reserve.

Optional Afternoon Visit to a Masai Cultural Village: This afternoon, join the Masai dancers donning their African regalia and the jingling on their feet, flow by the rhythm of African beats and dance to their tunes that will leave you refreshed. Cost is $25 per person. (Price guaranteed only with advanced booking)

Masai Mara Game Reserve: The Reserve, the Land of Big Cat Diary and Disney’s African Cats, is considered a “must see” for any new and repeat visitor traveling on a safari to Kenya. It is on the “to do” list for many Kenyans and visitors alike because the park is graced by a wide variety of unique and exquisite wildlife and birds. Masai Mara is the best place to see the “Big Five” animals (elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos and buffalo).

Home of the Great Wildebeest Migration: One of the natural wonders of the world – is a gloriously beautiful, wildlife-rich savannah landscape. The annual wildebeest migration from June to October consists of over 1.5 million wildebeests, gazelles gnus and Zebras roar converge at the border of Tanzania’s Serengeti and Kenya’s Masai Mara making a spectacular entrance in a surging column of life that stretches from horizon to horizon, before finally plunging wildly into the raging waters of the Mara River, creating a frenzy as the fight against swift currents and waiting hungry crocodiles takes priority. Those that survive crocodiles and raging waters cross over to the patiently waiting predators such as hyenas, jackals, leopards and lions for another survival battle.

Wildlife – The Mara is known as one of the finest wildlife destinations in the World. There is an excellent chance of seeing the Big 5, cheetah, serval, hyena, bat-eared foxes, black-backed and side-striped jackals, hippo, crocodile, baboons, warthog, topi, eland, Thompson’s gazelle, Grant’s etc

Dinner and overnight at either of the following hotels in Masai Mara

• Option 1:-Mid-Range/Standard Hotel: Mara Simba Lodge or Concord Mara Lodge.

• Option 2:-Deluxe Hotel: Masai Mara Serena Lodge / Sarova Mara Game Camp.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the hotel.

Day 4
Full Day in Masai Mara Game Reserve - Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

Breakfast in the Hotel and then a game drive. You can choose between a morning and afternoon drive with a stop for lunch. Or alternately a full days drive with picnic lunch boxes.

Day 5
Day Five - Masai Mara Game Reserve to Serengeti National Park via Isebania border - Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

Breakfast at the lodge and depart for Serengeti National Park with Picnic Lunch from Kenya side. Pick up at Isebania border and you will be transferred to Serengeti National park. Lunch at a picnic site on the way. Serengeti is famed for its annual migration, when some six million hooves pound the open plains, as more than 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson’s gazelle join the wildebeest’s trek for fresh grazing. Yet even when the migration is quiet, the Serengeti offers arguably the most scintillating game-viewing in Africa: great herds of buffalo, smaller groups of elephant and giraffe, and thousands upon thousands of eland, topi, kongoni, impala and Grant’s gazelle

Dinner and overnight at either of the following hotels in Serengeti

• Option 1:-Mid-Range/Standard Hotel: Serengeti Sopa Lodge

• Option 2:-Deluxe Hotel: Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the hotel.

Day 6
Day Six - Spend full Day in Serengeti National Park - Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

Full day is spent in this spectacle of predator versus prey dominates Tanzania’s greatest park. Golden-manned lion prides feast on the abundance of plain grazers. Solitary leopards haunt the acacia trees lining the Seronera River, while a high density of cheetahs prowls the southeastern plains. Almost uniquely, all three African jackal species occur here, alongside the spotted hyena and a host of more elusive small predators, ranging from the insectivorous aardwolf to the beautiful serval cat

Accommodation and Meals: Same hotels and meals as day 5 above.

Day 7
Day Seven - Serengeti to Ngorongoro Conservation Area - Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

Enjoy a morning game drive in central and southern Serengeti then drive toward Ngorongoro Crater rim via the Olduvai area. You can visit a Maasai Village in the Olduvai area (optional activity: fees extra.) The Maasai people who inhabit Kenya and northern Tanzania are semi-nomadic. Traditionally, they were pastoralists famous for their fearsome reputations as warriors and cattle-rustlers.

In late afternoon, proceed to your camp located on the crater rim for relaxation and overnight stay. The world-famous Ngorongoro Crater is at the eastern edge of the Serengeti in northern Tanzania. Nearly three million years old, the ancient caldera of the once-volcanic Ngorongoro, shelters one of the most beautiful wildlife havens on earth, ringed with towering walls and sheltering forests, grasslands, fresh springs, and a large soda lake.

Dinner and overnight at either of the following hotels in Ngorongoro

• Option 1:-Mid-Range/Standard Hotel: Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

• Option 2:- Deluxe Hotel: Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the hotel.

Day 8
Day Eight - Ngorongoro Conservation Area to Lake Manyara National Park - Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

After breakfast, drive to Lake Manyara National park and enjoy morning and afternoon game drive, the park well known for its tree-climbing lions, elephants and large troops of baboons. The park is home to an amazing variety of birds and animals considering its small size. Lake Manyara, the shallow alkaline water mass named after the park, covers two thirds of the park’s total area of 330 Kilometers square.

Dinner and overnight at either of the following hotels in Lake Manyara

• Option 1:-Mid-Range/Standard Hotel: Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge

• Option 2:-Deluxe Hotel: Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the hotel.

Day 9
Day Nine - Lake Manyara National Park to Arusha and Departure - Bed Lunch & Breakfast

Breakfast in the hotel and drive to Arusha, lunch in a restaurant in Arusha. Transfer to Kilimanjaro International airport in time for your home bound flight

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch.

Price Includes.

  • Arrival airport transfer in Nairobi.
  • Departure airport transfers in Arusha.
  • 1 night stay at either Aberdares or Mount Kenya on Full Board Basis.
  • 1 night stay in Lake Naivasha for a boat ride and booked on Full Board Basis.
  • 2 nights stay in Masai Mara Game Reserve on Full Board Basis.
  • 2 night stay in Serengeti National Park on Full Board Basis.
  • 1 night stay in Lake Manyara National Park on Full Board Basis.
  • 1 night stay in Ngorongoro Crater Area on Full Board Basis.
  • Lunch on the last day in Arusha before your transfer to the airport.
  • Ground Transportation is using 4X4 Safari Landcruisers.
  • All clients are guaranteed a window seat with each car carrying a maximum 6Pax.
  • We offer Safari game drives as per the itinerary.
  • National Park and Game Reserve entrance fees are covered.
  • English-speaking drivers will guide and inform you during the safari.
  • Throughout the safari, we ensure you have drinking water.
  • Exclusive private use of the vehicle for each group/family.
  • Exclusive private safari chauffeur/guide for each group/family.
  • We offer 24 hour support throughout the safari, should you need anything

Your price dosen't include

  • All flights
  • Additional meals and drinks
  • Optional activities
  • Entrance fees
  • Gratuities
  • Personal items
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What are the Banking and Currency arrangements in Kenya & Tanzania

Currency
The preferred currency is $US

Banking
Banks are found only in large towns, and are generally open from 09h00 to 15h30 on weekdays and 08h30 to 11h00 on Saturdays (Closed Sundays and Public Holidays). Some of them offer foreign exchange services – with cash, bank & credit cards as well as travellers cheques. You can also obtain cash from automatic teller machines (ATMs). Several international banks have branches in the main city centres. Always advise your bank that you are travelling outside of the country as they might block your purchases if they are not informed.

What is the Travel, Transport and Getting Around Situation?

Getting around Kenya is easy once you know your options. Flying, getting a car hire, using the train system, taking a taxi or experiencing Kenya’s popular public transport system are all viable options for your Kenya travel.

Tanzania : Operators will supply you with a driver who doubles as an informal guide; alternatively, you can arrange to fly to your destination and utilise a car and driver supplied by the lodgings. Elsewhere in Tanzania, towns and cities are linked by a steady stream of buses and dala-dalas (minibuses), and in the cities, there is public transport in the way of buses, dala-dalas, taxis, and, in some places, bicycles or tuk-tuks.

What advice could you give us about Food Drink and the Cuisine ?

Kenya : The Kenyan culinary tradition has generally emphasised feeding the masses as efficiently as possible, with little room for flair or innovation. Most meals are centred on ugali, a thick, dough-like mass made from maize and/or cassava flour. While traditional fare may be bland but filling, there are some treats to be found. Many memorable eating experiences in Kenya are likely to revolve around dining al fresco in a safari camp, surrounded by the sights and sounds of the African bush.

The Basics
Kenya has thoroughly Kenyan street food up to fine-dining restaurants that draw on African and wider international influences.

Restaurants Plenty of fine dining restaurants in Nairobi and, to a lesser extent, along the coast with more limited options in provincial towns elsewhere. Most hotels have a restaurant of some sort.
Lodges & Tented Camps These stars of Kenya’s accommodation scene often have culinary offerings to match.
Hotels/Hotelis Cheap (usually) roadside restaurants that serve a predominantly local clientele with simple staples.
Nyama Choma Wildly popular places serving barbecued meats; you choose the cut and wait for it to be prepared.

Tanzania : Tanzania offers a variety of eating options, from sidewalk stalls to European-style restaurants, and dining here can be wonderful. This is especially so along the coast, where the seaside ambience, spices and mix of flavours enhance each meal, and in upmarket safari lodges, where meals seem even tastier against the wild bush backdrop. Eating at local establishments may sometimes get monotonous and leave you wishing for crunchy vegetables or whole grains, but Tanzanian hospitality goes a long way to compensate.

The Basics
Throughout the country, when dining, there’s usually no need to book tables in advance.

Mama lishe Roadside stalls where the local ‘mama’ prepares a plate of the day.
Hoteli Informal restaurants for dining local-style. Look for the day’s menu written on a blackboard.
Night markets Vendors set up roadside grills in many towns and sell nyama choma (barbecued meat), grilled pweza (octopus) and other street food.
Tea rooms These are great places for snacks and light meals; many feature Indian cuisine.
Restaurants Western-style dining is available in major centres; delicious Indian cuisine is also widely available.
Tanzanian Cuisine
It’s easy to travel through Tanzania thinking that the country subsists on ugali (the main maize and cassava flour staple) and sauce. But there are some treats to be found. Tasty Indian cuisine is widely available.

What is the Climate Like ?

The climate of Kenya varies by location, from mostly cool every day, to always warm/hot. The climate along the coast is tropical. This means rainfall and temperatures are higher throughout the year. At the coastal cities, Mombasa, Lamu and Malindi, the air changes from cool to hot, almost every day.

The climate in Tanzania is tropical and coastal areas are hot and humid, while the northwestern highlands are cool and temperate. There are two rainy seasons; the short rains are generally from October to December, while the long rains last from March to June. The central plateau tends to be dry and arid throughout the yea

What sort of clothing should I bring?

When it comes to clothing, you need to take extra caution as Kenya & Tanzania often exhibits unpredictable weather patterns. Here’s a basic guide of the kind of weather to expect at certain times of the month.

January- mid March: Most parts of the country are hot and dry. Light dressing would be appropriate. You can however carry moderate clothing for the cold nights.

Mid-march-June: Most parts of the country are experiencing the long rains, but the weather is warm. Carry warm clothing.

June-mid October: Fairly hot. The plains are green and it is a good time to explore. Carry a mix of light and warm clothing as the temperatures drop drastically in the evening and nights.

Mid-October-December: Short rains. Most parts of the country are fairly cold and wet. It would be in order to carry warm and light clothes.

A point to observe is that in the major Kenya cities, most people appreciate contemporary culture and don’t place too much emphasis on dressing. In the rural areas however, because of the reserved African culture, there still exist prejudice towards women dressing in excessively short skirts, short dresses or shorts and pants.

Business suits and business casual for men and ladies is the accepted wear if travelling to Kenya on business.

What are the Electrical and Plug Standards

Electricity in Kenya
In Kenya the power plugs and sockets are of type G. The standard voltage is 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
Power plug adapter needed in Kenya?
In Kenya the power plugs and sockets are of type G. Check out the following pictures. When living in the United Kingdom you don’t need a power plug adapter in Kenya. Your power plugs fit.

You need a power plug adapter in Tanzania, when living in the United Kingdom.
Below you find pictures of the applied power sockets and corresponding plugs. And we provide more information about the voltage and frequency.

Electricity in Tanzania
In Tanzania the power plugs and sockets are of type D and G. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

Power plug adapter needed in Tanzania?
In Tanzania the power plugs and sockets are of type D and G. Check out the following pictures. When living in the United Kingdom you need a power plug adapter for sockets type D.

Your appliances with plug G don’t fit socket D.

We do the work for you:

• Consultation with a member of the Your Safari Team – no obligation
• Your bespoke itinerary is then created by our Founder and Chief Guide; Kathryn Haylett
• We provide proactive advice and guidance during the process
• We work with you to create the individual experience you are looking for
• We book the vehicle and all the accommodation for you
• Remember – this costs no more than if you were to book it all yourself – we just make it a whole lot easier for you. So why not use our 20 years of expertise to help you plan your perfect self drive safari

Before you depart, we send you your Pack which contains:

• Your full, detailed, day by day itinerary
• Realistic travelling times between accommodation
• Emergency Contact Telephone Numbers
• Self Drive Do’s and Dont’s

What our Customers are saying ..

All in all, another wonderful experience from Your Safari

We have been customers of Your Safari before and enjoyed a fantastic experience in Namibia, so when the opportunity came to take a tour with them to India on the quest for wild tigers, we jumped at it. Again the experience was fantastic. In conjunction with local guides we had...

Vince & Tracy Groome

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2020-02-18T13:12:10+00:00

Vince & Tracy Groome

We have been customers of Your Safari before and enjoyed a fantastic experience in Namibia, so when the opportunity came to take a tour with them to India on the quest for wild tigers, we jumped at it. Again the experience was fantastic. In conjunction with local guides we had a fantastic two weeks, taking in the cultural melting pot of Delhi, the elegance of Jaipur - including the imposing Amer Palace and the breath-taking majesty of the Taj Mahal. But of course the prime reason for the tour was the safari drives in the National Parks and this did not disappoint. We had excellent sightings of tigers in all three parks that we visited and took some great photographs. But there was so much more to see than tigers and we spent time in the forests observing the deer, the magnificent Gaur (largest bovines in the world), the fascinating behaviors of the Langur Monkeys and birds of all varieties, including eagles and vultures. As a special bonus, we also had sightings of the elusive Sloth Bear. India is an incredible country and you have to embrace the organised chaos at times. But the people are fantastic and friendly and we felt very safe throughout. All in all, another wonderful experience from Your Safari. (and next stop for us a self drive tour of British Columbia, arranged of course by... Your Safari.

Everything went like clockwork thanks to your brilliant organising.

I think you may still be in Namibia but I just wanted to say a very big thank you for the most amazing visit to Namibia. Everything went like clockwork thanks to your brilliant organising. We were lucky not to have any breakdowns or punctures. Everywhere we stayed was of...

Ann Morgan & Sue Austin

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2020-02-18T14:25:10+00:00

Ann Morgan & Sue Austin

I think you may still be in Namibia but I just wanted to say a very big thank you for the most amazing visit to Namibia. Everything went like clockwork thanks to your brilliant organising. We were lucky not to have any breakdowns or punctures. Everywhere we stayed was of the best and all were so friendly and hospitable.

It truly was a holiday of a lifetime for Steven and I

We Just wanted to say thank you again for a wonderful holiday, it truly was a holiday of a lifetime for Steven and I we have some wonderful memories and photos, you guys were just great and it was also lovely meeting you all and sharing the experience with yourselves...

Debbie & Stephen Primmer

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2020-02-18T14:09:30+00:00

Debbie & Stephen Primmer

We Just wanted to say thank you again for a wonderful holiday, it truly was a holiday of a lifetime for Steven and I we have some wonderful memories and photos, you guys were just great and it was also lovely meeting you all and sharing the experience with yourselves and Chrissie and James, it is a holiday we will never forget, and we still can not believe all that we saw, I am sure a lot of it was due to your experience Kathryn, and we certainly learnt a great deal.

It was everything and more than what we expected.

After a year and a half of planning and building excitement we finally had our safari this November. It was everything and more than what we expected. From the initial contact with Kathryn, through all the planning, to the safari itself, everything went very smoothly, the accommodations were above and...

Gerry and Sam Wilson

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2020-02-18T14:07:35+00:00

Gerry and Sam Wilson

After a year and a half of planning and building excitement we finally had our safari this November. It was everything and more than what we expected. From the initial contact with Kathryn, through all the planning, to the safari itself, everything went very smoothly, the accommodations were above and beyond , each one unique and interesting. We couldn't wait for the end of the day to see where we would be next! We toured Namibia plus did an animal safari which will be one of the highlights of our lives. To see wild beasts in their natural environment is truly something to treasure and appreciate. Our guides John and Jules Birch were so helpful from the minute they picked us up until they deposited us at our flight home . John's help and hints with photos enabled us to get some really great shots , his knowledge of the animals and their habits was invaluable in sightings. He and Jules were very caring and we had a lot of fun and laughs, we left as life time friends. I purchased a pair of small binoculars before we left and so happy I did. If you don't mind getting dirty, love adventure and fun and want a small group of people on your trip this is the company for you. When we return to Africa we will definitely be using Your Safari again

a fantastic trip, saw tons of wildlife

We have had a fantastic trip, saw tons of wildlife and just wanted to say a big thank you for all your help. The baby in the zebra pic had been born on the road less than five minutes before we got there and Bob took this as it got...

Bob & Theo Johnson

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2020-02-18T13:51:55+00:00

Bob & Theo Johnson

We have had a fantastic trip, saw tons of wildlife and just wanted to say a big thank you for all your help. The baby in the zebra pic had been born on the road less than five minutes before we got there and Bob took this as it got up for the first time. One and a half hours later we saw it running with its mum to catch up to the herd. Magic! There were about 30 of these elephants at the water hole just as we arrived at Okaucuejo – they even came back for another show the next night - a bit before the two rhinos were squaring up for a tussle. We have so many great memories and are just getting 360, (of the 1500+ total we took), printed to make up an album. We absolutely loved walking at both Etendeka and Okonjima. We never thought you could get so close to a cheetah without being eaten alive!!! Bob got some lovely pictures of very relaxed cats! We are saving our pennies so we can go and do it all again.

I suspect you’ve already been told about Super Saturday

We just wanted to say thank you for such a great holiday. We had a tremendous time. I suspect you've already been told about Super Saturday, but we had a great time every day; lots of variety and very busy viewing. The group got on well and I think we...

Beryl & Peter Comrie

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2020-02-18T13:47:13+00:00

Beryl & Peter Comrie

We just wanted to say thank you for such a great holiday. We had a tremendous time. I suspect you've already been told about Super Saturday, but we had a great time every day; lots of variety and very busy viewing. The group got on well and I think we all enjoyed it. We had lots of fun with Ian ensuring that he caught the front legs of lions in the correct  Kathryn position. The guide - Sam - was excellent. He really loved Super Saturday and will spend for ever telling his mates about it. He was on a huge roll!

Once more thank you for a fantastic experience

Hi We are back - all in one piece. We had an absolutely wonderful time - so many many thanks for putting it all together. Once more thank you for a fantastic experience.

Norma Clarke

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2020-02-18T13:40:13+00:00

Norma Clarke

Hi We are back - all in one piece. We had an absolutely wonderful time - so many many thanks for putting it all together. Once more thank you for a fantastic experience.

Thank you again for a perfect holiday.

We wanted to thank you so much for an absolutely fabulous trip to Namibia. It seems very difficult to pick out a highlight because we were so impressed by just everywhere we stayed. You really took on board what we said about liking the birds, the wildlife, wanting somewhere quirky/...

Pam & Paul Boller

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2020-02-18T13:33:03+00:00

Pam & Paul Boller

We wanted to thank you so much for an absolutely fabulous trip to Namibia. It seems very difficult to pick out a highlight because we were so impressed by just everywhere we stayed. You really took on board what we said about liking the birds, the wildlife, wanting somewhere quirky/ unusual to stay. Everywhere you selected was just perfect and we met some lovely people.

A huge thanks for making this experience possible.

First of all, thank you so much for taking on board our requirements and bolting this trip together. Your detail investigating Okakambe and the golf course is greatly appreciated. We have had a truly memorable time. I can’t believe we started planning this trip over a year ago and now...

Veronica Willard

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2020-02-18T13:14:32+00:00

Veronica Willard

First of all, thank you so much for taking on board our requirements and bolting this trip together. Your detail investigating Okakambe and the golf course is greatly appreciated. We have had a truly memorable time. I can’t believe we started planning this trip over a year ago and now we have done it! Cornerstone: David and Peter had a fun game of golf. A perfect start to the trip (and easy to find). Okakambe: I know I mailed about this but Eddi, Kathrin, the horses and everyone who looked after me made a lasting impression. Erongo: A perfect peaceful place for us to settle into the trip after my riding etc. The trails are a great way to explore. Okaukuejo: Amazing! We did have some fantastic game sightings from here. Namutoni: On the way here we had great sightings of a family of 13 elephants and much more. This end of the pan seemed greener and offered more opportunities for us. Okonjima: This place is a haven and captivating. The enthusiasm of the guides and people are an inspiration. We watched a pangolin being tagged one night and saw three white rhino whilst hiding behind a bush on foot!

Everywhere you booked us was exceptional

Nick and I both had a fantastic holiday both with you and afterwards on our self drive adventure. Being without a camera on a specialist photographic safari might sound crazy but you, John and Trish, all made me feel happy and comfortable. Everywhere you booked us was exceptional in terms...

Nick & Alison Eastcott

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2020-02-18T14:28:08+00:00

Nick & Alison Eastcott

Nick and I both had a fantastic holiday both with you and afterwards on our self drive adventure. Being without a camera on a specialist photographic safari might sound crazy but you, John and Trish, all made me feel happy and comfortable. Everywhere you booked us was exceptional in terms of location, comfort and experience - thank you so much! We will return!
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