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Why Travel with Nature Expeditions?
NATURE EXPEDITIONS AFRICA LTD is an owner-managed company providing tours and travel related services in East Africa. The company was started with the aim of providing tours & safaris in all segments - individuals, families, groups, incentives & conferences. Nature Expeditions provides quality tours & safaris at affordable prices. And then do more!
Our Mission Statement
“To give clients exceptional service, exemplified by courteous, professional actions while subscribing to the highest standards of morals and ethics in the tourism industry”.
Own offices with 24 hours back-up services
With its fully owned offices and manned 24hrs a day, the company provides modern communication and back-up system for easy contact with clients, partners and suppliers. NATURE EXPEDITIONS is a member of “Kenya Tourism Federation” emergency communication center.
Comprehensive range of safari Itineraries
Backed by many years of experience, our staffs are well conversant in arranging safaris, and know how to plan the best and most dramatic itineraries. WE ALSO OFFER tours to suit individuals, families, groups, incentives and conferences. The company maintains its own web site www.natureexpeditions.com, which offers complete range of safari programs in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Ethiopia.
NATURE EXPEDITIONS believe sincerely in providing a great product at a good price. Our prices are very competitive when all of our services are taken into account.
High Standard accommodation
Only the finest hotels, lodges and camps in the cities and out in the bush are selected. Each thoughtfully chosen to reflect not only our own high standards, but also the spirit of the itinerary in which it is used.
Quality transportation with guaranteed window seats
On safari window seat is guaranteed for each client. Each minivan or 4x4 cruiser has a mobile HF radio, cool box, reference books, and binoculars, First-Aid Kit. Our cost for minibus or 4x4 cruiser includes the services of driver-guide. All vehicles are always maintained and kept at excellent standards.
Trained guides and Meet-greet staff
The single, most important aspect of traveling through any country is the quality of the guides. Their knowledge, experience and companionship can make any trip truly magical and incredibly enriching. Every tour has a driver-guide who meets the clients at the airport, and be with them for the rest of their tour arrangements.
Each driver-guide has been taught not only safe driving, but also the Geography, History and Tribal laws in Africa. All speak English, and second international language and have initially trained at the prestigious Utalii Tourism College in Nairobi. Training is on going and all driver-guides and Safari guides are continuously updated in the fields of wildlife, photography, first-aid, vehicle safe driving and maintenance, conservation techniques, and language studies etc.
Unsurpassed personal Services
Your clients are met at the Airport by our representative, and similarly seen off on departure. At the Hotel a knowledgeable host or hostess will assist with their check-in and safari briefing. He/She will be available for them whenever they are in cities to help with shopping, appointment and packing. Should you wish us to protect your identity, this can easily be arranged. Airport representative and host/hostess will wear your badge or uniform, itineraries will be typed on your headed paper, and we will place your stickers on our minivans.
Continuous quality Control
NATURE EXPEDITIONS AFRICA is devoted to quality control, and ensures that all services are kept at the highest possible standards. These include drivers, vehicles, representatives and accommodation.
Supporting conservation efforts
The company is concerned about the continuing pressures eroding the fragile wildlife ecosystems in Africa, and in this regard NATURE EXPEDITIONS fully support goals and efforts of recognized conservations institutions.
August 25th 2012
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July 30th 2012
Recent reports in sections of the East African media, alleging deliberate attempts by TANAPA and SENAPA to keep the annual migration of wildebeest into the Masai Mara, have not only been denied strenuously by Tanzanian officials but by the look of it lack all merit or credibility.According to reports from the Masai Mara, and in fact from individuals on site throughout the year, the migration has reached the Mara River and several major crossings have already been recorded as the wildebeest amassed at the river, preparing for more crossings.A regular source, on condition of anonymity, from within the Tanzanian wildlife management body, in fact wrote to this cor... read more
July 11th 2012
The often mentioned fact here that Rwanda indeed has conversation engrained in its political fabric was once again confirmed when it became known that late last week did parliament pass a special bill, authorizing governments ratifying the relevant global agreement to protect migratory bird species. In fact it was learned that the countrys second chamber, the Senate, had added during the debate, such extra references as the Ramsar Convention and the International Convention on Biodiversity and Habitats to make the new law more comprehensive and not leave out crucial components of environmental protection. The new law will cover at least 255 species of migratory birds depending on wetlands for their annual migration from Europe and deep into Asia to Africa and while many East African countries continue... read more
July 7th 2012
Now in its fifth year, the African Business Awards is the key annual event for the African Business World and is the most sought after award by Africa’s leading companies and entrepreneurs. Organized by the African Business Magazine (ABM) and the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC), the African Business Awards has become a platform to celebrate excellence and best practices in African business and recognizes organizations that have driven Africa’s rapidly transforming economy. On this note it is with a great sense of pride that Kenyan based Serena Hotels was recognized for making outstanding contribution to the development of the African continent, the economic aspirations of its citizens, the transformation of Africas image in international markets by branding the six destinations that it has presence in as an attractive tourism and business destination and for providing the ... read more
July 3rd 2012
Responsible Tourism Tanzania has been described to this correspondent as a new association of like minded individuals and groups who believe in a sustainable approach to tourism in Tanzaniamaking it a pleasure if not outright duty for this correspondent to promote and support this initiative by giving it exposure and making sure the vision and mission of RTTZ is widely read, understood and embraced. Membership in RTTZ is open for all stakeholders of the tourism industry, in particular those of course who support and practice a sustainable approach to tourism in Tanzania. At present RTTZ is welcoming founding members to join and support the devel... read more
June 25th 2012
Why do 40,000 people a year seek to climb the world’s highest freestanding mountain–a mountain so popular it has become known as “Everyman’s Everest”? Here are the top ten reasons, from the most practical to the most profound: 1. Kilimanjaro is technically the easiest to climb of the Seven Summits . You don’t need ropes or special mountaineering gear, or even any previous mountain climbing experience. The youngest person to reach the summit was six years old, and the eldest (as of 2011), was 83. That does not mean Kilimanjaro is risks-free. Rockslides and acute altitude sickness kill ten climbers on average each year (the subject of a forthcoming post). 2. Paradoxically, Kilimanjaro is both remote and accessible. Kilimanjaro is located in Tanzania, just south of the equator, next to the Serengeti. But regular flights fly ... read more
June 20th 2012
Dining in Kenya - Kenya’s abundance of natural produce, combined with the rich variety of cultures and traditions, have created a great culinary nation.The fertile volcanic soil of the Rift Valley produce a bounty of fresh vegetables, while the coast is a great source of tropical fruit and fresh seafood.... read more
June 18th 2012
Kenya has a culture born of countless sources. This region has been crossed by the paths of a long and complex history. From the prehistoric records of early man to the present day, Kenya has been a land of unending change, contrasts and diversity. The early tribal states saw cycles of migration and shifting power, with Kenya as a meeting place for peoples from the plainlands of the south, the forests of the West and the deserts of the North.&... read more