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Africa The Word alone conjures up a vision of acacia dotted landscapes streching as far as the eye can see, covered with vast herds of elephants, giraffes and wildebeest. There is a history both natural and man-made, going back to the beginning of time.

We believe that a safari should be more than a drive through the game parks. With Nature Expeditions Africa, you will do more than just visit Africa, you will experience Africa.

Within these pages you will find a selection of safari itineraries and travel options incorporating all the principle attractions of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Seychelles, Ethiopia and Rwanda. Maasai Mara SunsetYou may choose to use one of the itineraries, perhaps adding additional services, or combine several to suit your needs. Either way, Nature Expeditions Africa’s expert staff will be delighted to help at any stage of the process in coordinating your selection.

Finally, tourism is a major contributor to job and economic development and Nature Expeditions Africa is committed to contributing towards recognized conservation efforts in Eastern Africa.

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Top Attractions in Africa
Maasai Mara
In the south-western corner of the country, 390km from Nairobi, lies a vast rolling plain beneath the Mara escarpment striped black once a year by millions of wildebeest and zebra migrating north from the Serengeti plains.

cheetah in Amboseli

Bwindi National Park
The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a magnificient green swathe of dense rainforest, so ancient it survived the last ice age. Bwindi National Park covers 330 sq km of this rainforest and spans altitudes of 1,100 metres to 2,400 metres - a dramatic landscape of steep hills, narrow gorges and streams tumbling down waterfalls.

Addis Ababa
Addis Ababa (the name means 'new flower') is of fairly recent origin - Menelik 11 founded the city in 1887. Situated in the foothills of the Entoto Mountains and standing 2,400 metres above sea level it is the third highest capital in the world.

The City of Windhoek is the showcase of the nation. It is one of the smallest, yet one of the most dynamic and efficient capital cities of Africa. It has over the past decades developed into a thriving city with superb infrastructure and is gaining great popularity as a safe tourism, business and conference destination.

The Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta is the largest inland delta on Earth.
Instead of flowing into the sea, the annual flood of fresh water flows inland, spreading over 15 000km² of the Kalahari sand in a maze of lagoons and channels.
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The Ngorongoro crater is one of the finest places in Tanzania for watching game. It's a must see and it should be on the top of your priority list.
In fact, it's not really a crater it's a caldera, a collapsed volcano. The crater (we still call it a crater) has a diameter of 19km, it is about 600m deep.

Kruger Park
Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa. It is roughly the same size and shape as Wales. It covers 18,989 square km (7,332 sq mi) and extends 350 km from north to south and 60 km from east to west.

At the heart of the Seychelles archipelago lies Mahe, the largest and most densely populated of these beautiful islands. Deptite the fact that this is the busiest island it is still eas to find picturesque villages and deserted beach hideaways.

Stone Town
It may not have a particularly romantic name, but Stone Town is the old city and cultural heart of Zanzibar, little changed in the last 200 years. It is a place of winding alleys, bustling bazaars, mosques and grand Arab houses whose original owners vied with each other over the extravagance of their dwellings. Read more »»

The Volcanoes National Park
Volcanoes National Park, named after a string of magnificent peaks that range from 2,500 to 4,500 meters (8,000 to 14,850 feet) in altitude, is well known as the home of the largest wild population of mountain gorillas.

Thousands of tourists visit the gorillas each year, making the wildlife an important part of Rwanda's tourism industry.

The 7th Wonder of the world - Maasai mara Wildbeast migration

Animal Migration
Why travel with Nature Expeditions Africa

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.

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.. Read more »»


Nyumbu Camp is located on the edge of Masai Mara Game Reserve, at the foot of Odonyo Olip escarpment, with magnificient views of Ngila plains in a prime wildlife area near Talek. Game viewing starts right from the camp and the location is ideal to experience the Wildebeest migration. All 16 tents are well equipped with proper beds, linen and other accessories. Bathrooms are ensuite with hot water and flushing toilets. Meals are taken al-fresco or in our open-sided dining mess. The camp has a fully stocked bar wit a wide range of drinks.

The camp can be accessed by air on a scheduled one hour flight from Nairobi Wilson airport to the Mara Ol- Kiombo airstip - Air Kenya and Safarilink fly twice a day morning flight departing 10.00 am and afternoon at 3.00 pm. A daily service from Mombasa departs at 7:30 am and leaves Mara at 1: 30 pm. There are also daily services from Naivasha at 3.00 pm and Nanyuki at 10 am and also from Samburu at 9:15 am.The camp is a 25 minutes game drive from Ol Kiombo airstrip.

The camp has medium sized, fully insect-proof custom designed tents (16) equipped with proper bed, linen, bedside tables and rugs. Bathrooms are ensuite and are equipped with hot-water and eco-toilet. There are safari chairs on the veranda of each tents. Tents can be converted to triples(limited) on request.
Mara Nyumbu Camp
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Nature Expeditions Africa is a member of the following organisations;
Kenya Tourism Federation
Kenya Tourism Federation (KTF):
Represents Seven recognized tourist asssociations in Kenya. Acts as a bridge between private sector and Government in all matters concerning tourism industry.




Kenya Association of Tour Operators (KATO) :
Upholding the good reputation of Kenya as a tourist destination by ensuring that Kenya tour operators maintain the highest standards of service and value.


Association for the Promotion of Tourism to Africa (APTA): Association for the promotion of tourism to Africa from America.   


African Travel and Tourism Association (ATTA): Creating a focal point for the positive development of travel and tourism in Africa and the Indian Ocean Island.

ECO - Tourism

ECO- TOURISM KENYA: Promoting   tourism practices that conserve Kenya’s natural environment and improve livelihoods associated communities.

Mombasa Coast & Tourist Association(MCTA) is an association of stake holders in the tourism industry. The membership is currently in the region of 200 members consisting of travel agents, hoteliers, tour operators restaurateurs; curio dealers, airlines companies and other tourism relate service sector organisations.

Nature Expeditions supports and promotes community activities in all parks and reserves.

Tumaini Ministries
Tumaini Centre - Nature Expeditions supports Tumaini Centre for orphaned children in Kenya
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