There are many different travel agents and tour operators in Kenya.
The list is endless including big to small ones, and old ones to new ones.
All of them have their special prices and pricing policies.
Donâ€™t let yourself be attracted to travel agent or operator
simply because they are charging the least.
Cheap is often expensive and you might end up paying a lot more in the end.
Sometimes, many things can go wrong on your Safari and this
could all arise from making a wrong choice of the travel
agent or operator from the start.
Kenyan roads are not the best even there is has been great
improvements in the last few years.
An agency that has its own fleet of tour vans and jeeps is often the best option.
Go online and check the reviews by other Safari goers and
focus on the history of the different tour agencies and operators.
Make sure that these reviews sound honest and real,
and that these institutions are members of a
local and established tourist body;
are registered by government; have active social media pages;
have bona fide physical office addresses;
accept credit cards, reply email promptly,
are interested in you as an individual
not only in getting you to go on a Safari with them, and so on.
Only pick the tour agency or operator that you
feel confident about; one that you are sure will make your
dream Safari come true.
If you have your doubts, do not commit yourself to any
until you are completely certain
they are the best bet.