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Road Safaris from Mombasa (Kenya Coastal Beach Hotels) to Tsavo East, Tsavo West, Amboseli, Taita Hills Salt Lick, Ngutuni, Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru.
Kenya Safaris starting and ending in Mombasa. Safaris strating in Mombasa ending in Nairobi

Road Safaris from Nairobi to Amboseli, Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Samburu, Aberdares and mount Kenya among other Safari Destinations in Kenya. Safari starting and ending in Nairobi, Safaris starting in Nairobi and ending in Kenya Coastal Beach hotels

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What kind of safari vehicles do you use for Safari?
We use fleet of well maintained custom built

  1. Safaris Minibus (van)
  2. 4x4 Toyota land-cruiser (jeep)

All fitted with high frequency radio systems to monitor the progress of our clients while on safaris. They all have pop up roof for clear wildlife viewing.Our 4x4 Toyota land-cruiser (jeep) are specially made for royal safaris and on request especially during rain seasons since they are four wheel drives do deal with inconveniences of getting stuck in the rough countryside during your holiday Safaris

We use 4X 4 Jeeps ( Land Rovers and Cruisers ) on our safaris in Tanzania.
In Kenya we use Tourist seven seater vans with pop-up roofs which ensures each passenger window seating.

Are you going to pair me with another traveler(s)?

Yes in most cases we shall pair you with other travelers up to a maximum of seven persons. However we give consideration to families of more than 4 to travel on their own in the vehicle.

Any persons or Family,may also request for a private safari which will be granted at a supplement.

3. Can you smoke when you are on safari?

Due to a variety of factors smoking is not permitted in our safari vehicles. However, regular stops can be arranged for you to enjoy your cigarette.

4. How much luggage can I take on safari?

If your safari does not include internal flights, then you can take up to 30-40Kgs of luggage per person. Please remember the smaller the group the more luggage you can take.

If your safari includes internal flights, most local flights have luggage weight limit of 20 Kgs per traveler including a carry on luggage.

5. What kind of clothes do I need?

We recommend comfortable casual clothes. Please note that some hotels insist on formal dress during dinner. Note also that even during Summer some areas in East Africa might be a little cold hence trousers recommended.

6. Do you accommodate people with dietary restrictions?

Yes we do. Places you will be staying at offers different kind of food, from vegetarians to non-vegetarians. Let us know your dietary requirements in advance.

7. Can I get a visa upon arrival?

Most travelers can purchase entry Visa on arrival at the airport or border crossing at a cost of US $ 50 cash.

Please demand a receipt. However to save line-up at the airport, we recommend that you obtain visas in advance from the particular country embassy located in your country.

8. What immunizations / shots are required?

Currently, there is no any immunizations/shots that is mandatory to have in order to get into East Africa states (Tanzania/Kenya/Uganda) [unless prior to your arrival you go through countries that are infected with yellow fever / cholera or other diseases].

However for accurate and most updated info please visit the respective embassies for all countries you plan on visiting.

9. Would you recommend Malaria Medication?

Yes, because its very common in East Africa.

Among recommended tablets for this are Malarone and Larium. We also recommend insect repellents in addition to the above. Also, try to get away from all bugs (especially tsetse flies in some areas in Tarangire and Western Serengeti) while on the safari that might bother you.

10. How soon do I have to book your tour?

We recommend at least 6~9 months before the day you plan to start a safari. However, the earlier the better.

11. Do you customize a tour?

Yes, we do! Let us know your needs and we will deliver it.

12. What is the migration?

Animal Migration in East Africa refers to the movement of animals between Serengeti and Mara parks.

In late May / early June wildebeests and zebras begin their annual migration from western Serengeti thru the northern Serengeti to the Mara crossing the Mara river.

They reach Masai Mara park sometime in mid July /early August depending on rain endings.

After the short rains in the month of November, the herds move back into Serengeti and make their way to the southern pastures where they rest and feed through the rains until their search for better grazing leads them back north in their annual migration once again.

13. When is the wildebeests / zebras calving season?

This occurs in late January ~ mid March, with thousands of them born daily within that time frame. This happens frequently in southern Serengeti.

14. What is the whether like in East Africa?

Typical temperatures in East Africa are as follows:

Mid March -May and November : Rainy season

June -July- August : Cold weather with about 20-25 degrees Celsius during day and 17-20 degrees during night times.

The coastal region is very humid with temperatures reaching 35 degrees.

15. Do you recommend Travel Insurance?

Yes, we highly recommend travel insurance.

16. Are we supposed to give tips ?

Yes it is common courtesy to tip your driver ,guide and porter when on safari. Drivers are a great source of information and if you tell them in advance what you want to see they will do their best to find it However tipping is not mandatory.

17. Is The food safe ?

East Africa offers an impressive range of foods and drinks to suit all visitors needs from vegetarian diets to full course meals. Whether in a luxury city hotel or deep in the bush, a traveler is almost guaranteed to find a mouth watering buffet with a wide variety of meats to fresh salads and drinks.

The food is relatively safe to try whilst in a hotel or lodge which caters for international tourists. Soft drinks and alcohol are also readily available, cheap and safe to drink.

Kenya Safari starting and ending n Mombasa, safaris from Nairobi ending in Nairobi - Safaris to Masai Mara, Tsavo East and West, Amboseli, Lake Nakuru, samburu and Sweetwaters - Luxury and Budget road Tours and Safaris

Kenya Safaris out of/Starting in Nairobi

Some of our Kenya Safaris begin in the cosmopolitan capital of Nairobi with some safaris ending in Mombasa while others, Like with our Mombasa Kenya safaris the means for transport is Safari Minibus or safari Land Cruiser

Kenya Safaris from Nairobi, Safaris out of Nairobi

Kenya Safaris from Nairobi

Mombasa - Tsavo East, Tsavo West, Taita Hills Saltlick, Ngutuni and Lumo Sanctuaries (Tsavo Eco-syst

Tsavo eco-system forms the biggest game area in Kenya - Wildlife attractions include elephant, rhino, Hippos, lions, cheetah, leopards, Buffalos, diverse plant and bird species. Amboseli to the further South offers great views of mount Kilimanjaro - Africa's highest mountain and the world's tallest free standing mountain

SAfaris from the Kenya Cosat - Mombasa, Diani, Malindi and Watamu

Nairobi Office
Mombasa Road,Vision Plaza, 3rd Floor
Room Number 10A
POST OFFICE 2435 - 00100 Nairobi,Kenya
24 Hours Customer Service
Tel.+254 728 871 018
Tel.+254 734 794 636
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We accept Credit Card Payments
Mombasa Office
Bruno Safaris, ,Birgis Complex Mombasa-Malindi Road
Post Office Box 40037 Mombasa,Kenya
24 Hours Customer Service
Tel.+ 254 728 871 018
Tel + 254 734 794 636
Diani Office
Bruno Safaris, ,White House Market
Next to Leisure Lodge Beach & Golf Club
Post Office Box 81797 Diani, Ukunda
24 Hours Customer Service
Tel.+254 728 871 018
Tel.+254 734 794 636
Malindi & Watamu Office
Bruno Safaris,Silversand Road, Pavilion Hill
P.O. Box 80200 Malindi (Kenya)
24 Hours Customer Service
Tel.+254 728 871 018
Tel.+254 734 794 636

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