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about us

Through our twenty years of experience as professional guides, and the full knowledge of the area, your African adventure will be magical!

Our philosophy is to preserve the beauty of these places and instill it in those who want to share it with us. to do it through conscious tourism, far from the turmoil of modern life, but much more connected with nature.

Our guests they often report that their best moments were those spent during the contemplative observation of animals, in the silence typical of that moment which then represents the essence of a safari worthy of the name.

If you scream everyone hears you ... if you whisper only those around you hear you ... But if you are silent only those who love you listen to you.

Mahatma Gandhi

Do you have any questions?

FAQ

Here are some of the most common questions, along with full answers from our support experts.

We have two rainy seasons – one long and one short. In the middle it is hot and dry. The long rains are from late March to early May, and the short rains are mostly in October / November.

Sunrise and sunset, full moons or endless skies glittering with stars are heavenly moments that we like to take time to enjoy. It is cool in the savannah and pleasant on the coast.

Acknowledging staff with a tipping is a custom in Kenya and is much appreciated.

A suggested tip is $ 5-15 per guest for each day of safari.

All guides speak English, some of our guides speak Italian and German.

In some fields / lodge the energy comes completely from solar energy, usually in the savannah at night there is no energy, a torch is always available in every accommodation.

Sockets are in British style, it is recommended to bring converters and adapters for universal plugs.

Light clothing, hat, binoculars, sunglasses and mosquito repellent, SPF 30/50 sunscreen.

In the savannah: comfortable short and long trousers, long and short sleeve t-shirt, sweatshirt for morning and evening game drives.

Light and comfortable trekking shoes or sneakers are best for hiking, slip-ons or sandals for use in camps / lodges.

By the sea: summer clothes, equipment for those who love diving.

Cameras and videos to capture incredible scenes, or paints and brushes for artists.

The use of bottled water is recommended. Water is brought to the facilities p To combat pollution, we discourage the use of plastic bottles

Please bring a refillable bottle / flask / thermos and please recycle the plastics.

During the safari you can refill your bottle with the water available on the vehicle and leave the plastic at the guide or deposit it in the special containers at the accommodation.

Visas must be applied online before the arrival.

Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of six months from the date of entry into Kenya. Upon arrival, make sure you have two blank pages in your passport.

Please check the following websites for more information on requirements visa: http://www.evisa.go.ke

The mobile phone network is available through Safaricom / Vodafone and Airtel.

Wi-Fi is available in most of the accommodations in the Savannah.

It is possible to buy a SIM from a local manager and set up a credit dedicated to the internet.

In the structures, credit cards are accepted regularly, however we recommend a timely check for the chosen structures.

US dollar banknotes issued before 2007 are not valid in Kenya.

Medical and travel insurance is recommended.

A preventive therapy against malaria is recommended especially in the wetter areas.

We recommend the evacuation service Flying Doctors – we can sign up for a small fee.

We recommend that you update all vaccinations in good time before departure. A yellow fever vaccination is imperative and required no less than 10 days prior to travel if you are coming from or have been in a country with risk of yellow fever.