What kind of trips do you offer?

We specialize in custom designed safari itineraries in the East Africa Region for individuals and small groups from the luxurious to rustic, from special interest to hiking – all in custom made 4×4 safari vehicles. We are not a backpacking, overland or safari minivan company and we strive to offer the highest quality of services. Your enjoyment is our priority so we will offer trips that are suited to your comfort needs and appropriate for you physically.

Is East Africa a safe place?

The world in general has become more aware of the threat of terror attacks recently and East Africa has not been immune to this. Governments may issue travel warnings to their citizens, which cover a wide range of countries and regions, without specifically stating what the risk is.

In East Africa, like everywhere in the world, there are certain areas you should avoid. Incredible Kenya Adventures, tours & Safaris will make sure you steer well clear of any problematic areas.

We would never recommend a safari that we feel might be dangerous to our guests. Ultimately, the choice to travel is yours. We can keep you up to date with the latest updates on travel advisories for East Africa, so you can make an informed decision.

Most of your safari will be focused around finding and viewing wild animals, often at very close quarters. The animals are by nature wild and unpredictable. Your guide will be experienced at reading each situation and will always keep you safe, as you get as close to the action as possible.

When is a good time to travel?

There is no good or bad time to travel to East Africa. The various parks, conservancies and ranches have resident wildlife populations so you always have a good chance of fine sightings. The game may move to different areas during the rains or be more concentrated during the dry season. If there is a particular type of game or time of year that you prefer to travel, we will advise you on what would be the most suitable wilderness area for you to visit.

How difficult are the trips?

Our trips are tailored to your needs and preferences and we invite you to provide us with information which will guide us in our recommendations. Our trips can take you trekking for days through beautiful countryside, hiking for a day to an overnight camp out, a leisurely bushwalk with a local trackers or simply sitting back on game drives in comfortable vehicles or lying back on a beach.

Is age or fitness an issue?

Your safari can be as energetic or relaxing as you like, although healthy people of all ages can enjoy game viewing throughout the region. If you have an ailment, disability or are concerned about your level of fitness, please let us know in advance so we can tailor your itinerary to avoid strenuous, energetic activities.

Is age or fitness an issue?

Your safari can be as energetic or relaxing as you like, although healthy people of all ages can enjoy game viewing throughout the region. If you have an ailment, disability or are concerned about your level of fitness, please let us know in advance so we can tailor your itinerary to avoid strenuous, energetic activities.

Can children go 'on safari'?

Most camps and lodges welcome children and offer reduced rates although some do have a minimum age. Naturally we will plan your safari keeping in mind factors such as the ages and interests of your children, your expectations and what you (and they) hope to experience on your visit to Africa.

What immunizations are required?

Vaccines commonly recommended for travellers to Africa include those against:

Tetanus

Diphtheria

Polio

Typhoid

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B

Yellow fever – Certificate required for entry into, or travel between, some African countries.

Rabies

Meningitis

Several of these vaccines require more than one dose, or take time to become effective. It is always best to seek advice on immunization well in advance, if possible around 6 weeks before departure.

What are your terms and conditions?

You can download our full terms and conditions as a PDF.

What clothing should we bring?

   a) On game drives in vehicles, any color clothing is OK.

   b) However if doing some walking in the bush natural colors or khaki clothing is the preferred color.

   c) Dark clothing (black and blue) will attract tsetse flies during day, but they are not out at night.

   d) Much of Africa gets cooler in the evenings and early morning (especially the months of June/July/August/September). The best advice is to dress in layers with a sweater and light windbreaker.

   e) Early morning/night temperature can be around (40-60F). During the day it can rise to around (70-86F). Gloves and scarves are a good idea.

Can I use my cell phone?

Your cell phone provider will be able to assist you with the possibility of using your own phone while in Africa; however obtaining international roaming service can be expensive. You will need to have your phone unlocked by your cell phone company in order to use it abroad. In most major cities you will be able to purchase a SIM card and air time which may be exchanged for your normal SIM card if your phone has one. Remember though that reception in the bush may not be possible. Use your cell phone only in private areas of camp for your privacy and in consideration of others.