We offer the traveler an unparalleled range of options. The incredible
diversity of landscapes, cultures, wildlife and activities mean endless
opportunities. With so many choices at hand, some people find the prospect
of planning a trip quite daunting. It doesn't have to be that way. With
Numerical Safaris it is very easy to plan and prepare for a safari that
is as individual as you are, and that satisfies your own personal needs
WHO TO BRING
Whether you are traveling alone or looking for a family trip, you have
plenty of options to suit. Think in advance about whether or not you'd
like to join an organized safari group, or have your own private transport
and guides. We have plenty to keep the single traveller busy. Organized
safaris and camping trips are often great social experiences and a good
way to meet other travelers. East Africa is popular with independent
travelers, and is quite easy to meet up with traveling companions on
For couples, East Africa is a perfect
destination for a relaxing break. We have many secluded, private guesthouses,
camps and hotels ideal for romantic stays or honeymoons. It is also
a great family destination. Kids love it , and the sights and experiences
of a safari can outdo any theme park. There are hotels that cater especially
for families and have special facilities, programs and safari guides
A STYLE OF YOUR OWN
If you want five star Luxury accommodations you'll be spoilt for choice.
But if you want to really rough it and experience life away from the
trappings of civilization it can be equally easily arranged. Do not
even think about how you are going to get around and how long it will
take. We will arrange everything! Do you want to be use light aircraft
to avoid long road trips, or do you enjoy the experience of driving
through the countryside? It is possible to plan a safari that blends
adventure and relaxation, luxury and natural simplicity, social experiences
VISA AND PASSPORT
A valid passport is required for all foreigners entering Kenya, Tanzania
and Uganda. Visa requirements vary according too country of origin.
Most nationality however, require visa to enter Kenya, Tanzania and
Uganda. We advise that you check with the nearest Consulate of Kenya,
Tanzania or Uganda, if traveling to the respective country. Visa can
be processed at the airports upon arrival but this can be very slow.
We therefore advise clients to purchase them from their countries of
origin before traveling.
Malaria is endemic to certain areas of Kenya all visitors should begin
taking anti-Malaria prophylactics two weeks before arriving in Kenya,
throughout their stay and for a minimum of three weeks after leaving
Kenya. Bottled mineral water, both local and imported, can be purchased
in hotel sundry shops and other tourist kiosks. You will find filtered
and safe drinking water in thermos, bottles in your hotel or lodge rooms,
but it is advisable not to drink water from the taps, rivers or lakes.
Do not bathe in rivers and lakes.
A yellow fever and Cholera vaccination certificate is required in Kenya
if visitors are arriving from a country where these diseases are present.
Yellow fever certificate is required in Tanzania regardless of country
of origin. We advise that all clients seek advice from their doctors
when planning to travel. Malaria prophylaxis is recommended.
Kenyan currency is based on the decimal system. The unit of currency
is the Shilling divided into 100 cents. Visitors are advised to check
currency exchange rates regularly. Banks give slightly better rates
of exchange than hotels. It is a serious offense to deface or knowingly
damage Kenyan currency. Visitors are strongly advised to avoid street
dealers and to transact all currency dealings through official dealers.
Nairobi, Mombasa and most other principal centers in Kenya have banks
with Bureau de Change. Banking hours are from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday
to Friday, though some open between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on the first
and last Saturday of each month. Banks at Jomo Kenyatta and Moi International
Airports operate a 24-hour service.