Best wildebeest migration tours with dumasafaris.com? Africa is a fascinating destination if you are searching for raw wildlife feeling. Some lodges don’t allow children under six on game drives, others have a “no children under 12” policy. But there are plenty of family-friendly safari operators, many lodges have swimming pools and babysitting services, and going on safari as a family is one of the most rewarding experiences for children and their parents, an educational adventure that can instil in travellers of all ages a deeper respect for the natural world and our place in it. There’s a reason it’s called “wildlife”. The animals you’ll see on safari, even in reserves and national parks, are wild and many of them are dangerous predators. That said, safari operators take every precaution to keep you safe by giving you a few rules for game drives (such as: don’t stand up in the vehicle) and providing guards who patrol camps and lodges and can even escort you back to your room after dark in case of an unexpected close encounter with a leopard or baboon. Self-drive safaris occasionally make the news, but are safe if you obey a few simple but essential guidelines such as: keep the windows up and the doors locked, never leave your vehicle and don’t harass the animals.
The second largest city in Kenya is Mombasa, a landmark with history, since the twelfth century an important trading center for Arab vessels. In the 15th century, Vasco da Gama, the famous Portuguese explorer, is considered the first white man to set foot here. The old town has a distinct, exotic and at the same time familiar air, a mixture of cultures, the predominant being the Arab one. For a break of time in the true sense of the word, visit Kenya! Find more details at Private Guided Safaris in Africa. Where to stay in Kenya: As with Tanzania, if you go strictly on safari, you will find “all-inclusive” options – with entrance to the park, accommodation, food three times a day, transport, guide. On the Indian Ocean coast you will find a greater variety of accommodation units, from cozy hostels to imposing 5-star hotels. Kenya Visa: It’s easy to get – at the border, in exchange for $ 51. National Parks – Lei hunting, giraffes eating baobabi, zebras passing the famous Masai Mara river? There are only a few episodes you will see in Kenya’s national parks. There are dozens, so you have to choose, however, the most important is Masai Mara, the place where many films or documentaries were filmed.
With our Safaris from Mombasa, we make sure you get a taste of the wild and not just the beach. With the Moi International Airport in place, you can opt to land in Mombasa and start your safari from there as you explore the major parks in Kenya. If you would to expand your stay, and embark on an extension to Tanzania or Uganda, we are here to help arrange your safari. With our wide variety of safaris, we have both Day Trips and short, medium and long haul safaris all starting from Mombasa, Ukunda Diani, Watamu and Malindi. With its recent awards, the Kenyan coast and parks have emerged to be the best among many other beaches and parks in Africa. Therefore, the beach and bush Safari you choose is guaranteed to be an epitome experience with your family, friends, on solo or colleagues.
We specialise in Family, Solo, Photography and Conservation safaris, in order to offer and support our sustainable practices and activities. Our Safaris are well curated to offer you optimum safari adventure and experiences to all our premium destinations in Africa. Discover more info on dumasafaris.com.