Travel to Africa information

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Beauty Of Africa

From the great wildebeest migration, (the 7th natural wonder of the world), the Kilimanjaro (at the top of Africa), The gorilla tracking, to the sun kissed sand beaches (love nest), Africa is everything when it comes to holiday vacation. The beautiful and fascinating Africa will relax your mind and you will be tempted to make Africa your home.

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Visa and Health Regulation
Visa requirements vary from time to time and should be checked with nearest tourist office of diplomatic mission. Health certificates are required but these vary with country of origin and should be checked with relevant authorities. Yellow fever and cholera vaccinations are recommended. Anti malaria medication should be started prior to arrival.

Films and batteries are available at most lodges but in restricted stocks and sizes so it is suggested you bring your own supply. A 200 mm to 300 mm telephoto lens is recommended for game and bird photography.

Much of East Africa is generally warm, minimal humidity and cool evenings. Temperatures vary with altitude.

Cotton, linen dresses, light slacks and short sleeved shirts are recommended. Bring a warm sweater, as nights can be chilly at high altitudes. Comfortable walking shoes, swim suit, sun glasses, suntan lotion, flashlight and an alarm clock will complement your safari gear.

Hotel Check in/check out
Check out time is usually 1000 hours. Hence check in cannot be guaranteed before 1100 hours unless room is reserved from night before. Day rooms up to 1800 hours are usually available.

Accommodation and Meals on Safari
Lodges: Rooms are singles, doubles, triples and suites. Lodge facilities include lounges/bars with log fires, dinning rooms and viewing platforms. Most lodges have outdoor swimming pools.

Tented camps: These range from simple luxurious and provide spacious twin beds with mosquito netting, private bathrooms and verandas.

Meals: On safari, meals are provided on full board basis. There is full English breakfast. Lunch is often buffet style set out with salads, cold and hot starters and hot main dishes. Dinner is 3-5 courses with a combination of dishes.

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Wildebeest migration

The safari from Kenya is an amazing experience

Wildebeest migration

The safari from Kenya is an amazing experience