The combination of choosing a scenic location as a kick-off to your African safari is a popular approach for many of our clients. Our major cities in East Africa: Nairobi, Mombasa and Arusha are excellent starting points for an African Safari. Using Nairobi as a base allows you to recover from jetlag by visiting the surrounding attractions, such as the David Shedrick Wildlife Trust, The Giraffe Center and Karen Blixen before departing on your Safari trip. From there you can start any number of a tailor made single Safari trips ranging from 3 to 5 days or multiple trips over 6 to 10 days before returning to Nairobi.

Our job is to get to know your wants and needs and translate them into a trip that surpasses your expectations. African Flash McTours & Travel is the organization that is able to do just that since we have the experienced staff at our Head Office in Nairobi. We will expose you to the music, meals and scenic settings very special to Africa. Sunrise breakfasts in the bush and pristine beaches, picnic lunches under the savanna trees surrounded by African wildlife are some of our surprise offerings.

For some of our honeymoon couples we planned a wedding ceremony in our unspoiled savanna at Samburu. Let us entice you to take a short flight or go by road to a number of Safari destinations where you can enjoy traditional foods in the surroundings of our diverse cultures whilst listening to the roar of a lion or howling of a jackal at night adding an atmosphere to your Safari trip that is uniquely Africa.

We would want all your senses to absorb the soul of Africa. The views, sounds, touches, smells and tastes that will leave you with an experience of a life time. To that end we want to make sure your Safari is one of a kind that you will remember for the rest of your life. This is the way we would want to custom-fit your safari trip – something that is in accordance with your needs, taste and wishes.

Contact us to plan this unique trip that you have been dreaming of; with our experience we can make it come true!


 Happy People on a Safari