Kenya Tour Budget Safari offers affordable prices for safaris in East African countries, including Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Kenya.
Safari Holidays (11)
from Australia, September 2018
"Masai Mara tour review"
The tour was very good, and the company made extra effort to get us to the airport on time for a flight connection after the Safari
from Argentina, April 2018
Kindness of people
from United States, November 2017
"Will return in the future"
Great weather, saw lots of animals.
Mary Mc Closkey
from United Arab Emirates, June 2017
"Excellent very impressed"
Loved the game drive and the camp and the village
Fernando Garcia Hernandez
from United States, June 2017
I like the guide person Martin is a very professional person hi did excellent job I'm enjoyed so much
from United Arab Emirates, April 2017
The staff were incredibly helpful and friendly
from Belgium, October 2018
"It was okay but nothing special"
The hells gate by bicycle was nice
from Germany, January 2018
"Very good guides"
The activities with your guides
from Jersey, December 2017
our guide James was excellent and made up for all inconvenience!!!
from Kenya, July 2017
- The accomodation was as expected regarding Kenya standards. Clean and friendly people (although it's not as announced when advertising it as a "resort overlooking the lake" - which I didn't mind)
- The tour is perfectly scheduled it. There's time to visit everything in a relaxing way and enjoy every place.
from Germany, October 2018
"Immer wieder gern "
Beste Safari die ich je gemacht habe! Unheimlich viele Tiere ! Sehr netter Guide! Alles sehr abenteuerlich! Nichts für Spießer oder alte Leute , da es teilweise echt wild her ging durch das alte “ Safariauto”
Ben H. Bolivia
We booked the 3 day camping safari to the Masai Mara. It's advertised as a Budget tour but we were
Required to pay extra as we couldn't leave Nairobi until after the advertised start of the tour. Probably fair enough and we started a private tour as a a result.
Be warned, the drive to the Masai Mara is long. Seriously, you sit in the car all day along bumpy roads.
That's said when you do get to the Masai Mara it's fantastic. So many elephants, giraffes and all kinds of antelope. We saw lions and we were really lucky and saw a Cheetah with her three cubs just before we left for the day.
The good thing about the Masai Mara is the drivers get you really close to the animals, however, I can see that within the next few years all the off path journeys will take a toll on the area and you should see it now before it gets destroyed.
The Masai people also graze their animals in the park and the entry section is pretty well barren. It does make seeing the animals a lot easier though.
The accomodation is budget (hence the name) but it is clean and warm. Similarly the food is fair but not great.
The tour is what you make it, but if you can afford to fly from Nairobi you should do that.
All the issues raised are not specific to this company, it's just the way it is on the Masai Mara. I would definitely recommend them. Our guide was amazing and really made sure we got the most out of our trip. I'm really sorry I can't remember your name! But you were FANTASTIC!
All up a great experience and hopefully we can afford to come back in the near future.
Ben and Lara.