WHY BOOK YOUR TRIP WITH US!
Ankole tours and travel seeks to give you a chance to travel and discover the beauty that lies in nature. We take you through the terrains of the Savannah where you get in touch with nature.
Our safaris are tailored to meet your needs by meeting expectations and going beyond that by ensuring they are memorable and leave you wanting to take more trips. We travel, Discover and repeat. We believe in quality and excellence. Our team is ready to listen in details to your needs and recommend on activities to take up.
Our professional guides are also dedicated in help you navigate the vast lands and share a bunchy of knowledge. We tour major national parks and conservancies listed here: Nairobi National Park, Masai Mara, Amboseli National Park, Tsavo East and West, Aberdare national park, Mount Kenya National park and Reserve, Ruma National park among others.
With our team you are sure to experience the diversity of our peoples culture .You will interact with different communities and know what our history looks like. If you love history and culture be sure to tour Nairobi National Museum, Karen Blixen, Meru museum, Vasco Da Gama pillar .
These destinations are Spread out and will leave you wanting more! Looking forward to your first interactions with Kenyans! Here are some Swahili words for you. Jambo-Hello . Asante-Thank you. Karibu-Welcome. Kwaheri-Bye
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Yes, safaris in Kenya are generally safe. National parks and reserves prioritise the safety of visitors. It’s crucial to follow the guidance of experienced guides during safari excursions.
Kenya is renowned for its diverse wildlife, including the “Big Five” (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros). You will also encounter giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, cheetahs, and numerous bird species.
Yes, it’s respectful to greet people with a friendly “Jambo” or “Hello.” When visiting local communities or villages, it’s customary to ask for permission before taking photographs and to be mindful of local customs.
Pack comfortable clothing, including lightweight, long-sleeved shirts and pants for protection against mosquitoes. Don’t forget essentials like sunscreen, a hat, sturdy walking shoes, and a power adapter for your electronics.
While US dollars are accepted in some tourist areas, it’s advisable to use the local currency, Kenyan Shillings (KES), for transactions. Many places, especially outside major cities, may not accept foreign currency.
The Great Migration is an incredible wildlife spectacle where millions of wildebeests and zebras move between Tanzania and Kenya. The best time to witness it in Kenya’s Maasai Mara is typically from July to October.
Yes, it’s recommended to check with your healthcare provider for required and recommended vaccinations. Malaria is present in some areas, so antimalarial medication is often advised. Travel insurance is also recommended.
Hot air balloon safaris are a popular activity in the Maasai Mara. You can typically book them through your accommodation or local tour operators in advance.
Yes, many restaurants and lodges in Kenya offer vegetarian and vegan food options. Be sure to communicate your dietary preferences when ordering.
Kenya has diverse climates, from the coastal areas to the highlands. Generally, pack lightweight, breathable clothing for daytime safaris and warmer clothing for cooler evenings. A waterproof jacket may be useful during the rainy season.