WildTrek Safaris provides quality travel experiences in Kenya with an emphasis on enhancing the traveller’s knowledge of wildlife, ecology and cultural issues.
WildTrek Safaris is Category “A” member of KATO (Kenya Association of Tour Operators). It is also a member of ASTA (American Society of Travel Agents), APTA (Association for the Promotion of Tourism to Africa) and ESOK (Ecotourism Society of Kenya).
The management staff at WildTrek has over 25 years of experience providing quality safari services. With offices in Kenya, United States, Russia and India, the company attracts a wide range of international visitors and is able to provide them with a once in a life time experiences for family, individuals and special interest groups.
WildTrek has a comprehensive range of fixed-duration safaris combining most of Kenya’s best known parks and reserves, including the Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Selous Game Reserve – all three are in Tanzania. These safaris are simple to book and easy to understand, making them ideal for first-time visitors to East Africa.
Safaris with WildTrek go beyond the usual wildlife en mass tours. They include more in-depth experiences. For example, talks with conservation authorities and visits to indigenous tribal groups. The company aims to ensure passengers return home with an understanding and appreciation of African culture and values.
Drivers are experienced and friendly and speak English, Spanish and Russian. The fleet of vehicles in operation comprises modern 4WD Toyota and Nissan safari vehicles, all of which are equipped with long-range two-way radios.
In terms of accommodation, over the years WildTrek has successfully built and maintained strong relationships with many of the finest hotels, lodges and camps operating in East Africa.
Other activities on offer include, Harley-Davidson tours which involves 15 days of riding through the spectacular scenery of exotic South Africa.
For more information, contact WILDTREK SAFARIS
2nd, Floor Viking House.
Waiyaki way, Westlands.
Tel: (254 20) 4452528, 4452256/7, 4453001.
Fax: (254 20) 4452258