Wild Safaris and travel
- Located In:
- 10-20 employees (Founded in 2004)
- Member Of:
- AMREF FLYING DOCTORS & Kenya tourism
- Tour Types:
- Small & medium group tours (Budget & mid-range)
- Price Range:
- $30 to $350 ppper person per day (USD, excl. int'l flights)
Average User Rating
Email Elisha Moseti | 20-35 years of age | Experience level: over 5 safaris
My Wilde Beast Experience
Good services at the best rates in the region. Experienced the first lot of the Wilde beast migration across Mara River. Good communication and excellent game drive. Wouldn't have gotten such a spectacular adventure at that rate elsewhere. Looking forward to next year's adventure same place.
Email Yvette J Guidi | 35-50 years of age | Experience level: 2-5 safaris
4-Day-Safari-Eco-Camp (Group joining budget safari)
It was a great and very affordable safari trip. Big 5s are there!! And much much more
Individual ratings and why:
Safari transportation staff: 5 stars. Why? Our driver was extremely friendly, funny, spoke very well English and it was a pleasure riding in his van. (Name: Sammy)
Onsite-payment: 2 stars. Why? Besides the upfront payment online, the rest was enquired in cash; I thought it can be done via credit card. There was no information on cash payment (at least I don’t remember seeing this). This crashed our liquid money and we couldn’t by many presents after all.
Transportation: 4 stars. Why? There was some vehicle switching in the beginning and our luggage was in a different van, no big deal- but it’s always better to have your own luggage in the trunk behind you. It was guaranteed that the other vans will reach the same destination, but Africa is Africa.
Cars/Vans: 5 stars. Why? The van was always cleaned overnight (by our driver) and there was not one spot of dirt the next days. All trash items which were left behind during the day have been removed by the driver.
Eco-Camp: 3.5 stars. Why? The eco camp was fine, remember you stay in tents. The camp was very clean and the staff friendly. The only conflict was that there is only power (to charge electronic) for two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening. This not just only affected charging cameras or phones, it also affected the lights in the tents. Please bring flashlights and hang up in the tent, otherwise you run in the dark. Power in the morning was difficult (5-7am), you only get technically one hour of charging in, because the tours start at 6am. (We had a solar flashlight with USB connector; that means you can use the flashlight for light and the self-charging solar panel, you can re-charge your phone on the go).
Food: 5 stars. Why? The food provided in the camp was plenty and nothing exotic or odd. There are several choices to take from the buffet. Traveling with children, there was plenty they liked. The food on the road for an all day trip was packed and prepared with love. Nice things and plenty.
Water supply: 4 stars. Why? Since this is an all-meals-included safari, water goes with it. I believe it was 1 liter per person per day, which is pretty good and plenty. But, depending on from which operator you are booking from, the water might be at the camp or in one of the vans. Our water was not at the camp and in one of the vans, which had left the camp after we were dropped off. We made friends and borrowed a liter bottle from others to drink and to use for brushing teeth. That was not great organized, but manageable – since we were all one big family.
Again, I can only recommend this safari- it’s fun and a nice getaway; and we will do it again.
I went with my two children (13+14) –kids friendly (…. I must say that my two daughters are very well behaved, and know the rules)
One last note: We went in February- bring warm clothing. It gets real cold at night in the tent and game drives start at 6am; chill temps.
Don’t forget the pack some sun screen lotion, the sun gets strong during the day.
Email Gra | 20-35 years of age | Experience level: first safari
Email Ronald | 35-50 years of age | Experience level: 2-5 safaris
Good value for money - great experience
We (family of 5) did a seven-day tented safari tour with Wild Safaris & Travel in an open-roof 9 seater bus that we shared with another couple. The bus was rather old but convenient, we could see the wildlife very well. The driver/guide was friendly and knowledgeable. He did not speak a lot spontaneously, but he was always willing to answer questions and was open for suggestions. We must note that on one day, we did not feel safe in the bus (irresponsible overtaking on the road from Nairobi to Mombasa). After we asked to slow down, it did not happen that explicitely anymore.
All parks were amazing - packed with wildlife, we saw the big five and many more. The food was OK but a bit monotonuous, the camps were basic, but friendly. I can definitely reccommend this tour.
Email Malene | 35-50 years of age | Experience level: first safari
Great service, nice people and the Big 5 in 4 days.
The communication when ordering and before the trip was exellence. Thet/Tom did a fantastisk job, retning to make our dreams come true.
We Saw All the animals We Could have dreamed of. Only thing We Could have wished for, was a more directly drive from one park to another. The Office Could arrange a better Way regarding Pick ups and drop offs.
We Got What We paid for accomondation wise, animal wise We godt more Than expected.
Email Karima | 35-50 years of age | Experience level: 2-5 safaris
Very responsive agency that proposes tailor made services
The safari tour was above expectations. The services provided by the agency are tailor-made, and the whole staff is caring.
A wide variety of hotels and lodges were proposed, the van driver amiable and helpful
I definitely recommend Wild Safaris!
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