The whole African safari experience depends greatly on the competence of the guide. It is through their knowledge and engaging character that will make one’s safari experience a memorable and educational one. Hence, we put great value in ensuring that all our guides are up-to-date with flora and fauna information, respectful with our guests, and puts premium in overall customer service. All our guides have years of experienced with professional training in the tourism industry.
Responsibilities of Our Guides
- Briefing the clients on their safari before the tour commence,
- In-charge of driving the safari vehicle made especially for game viewing. All our guides are well-trained in tracking wildlife
- Provide information about each parks visited, animals spotted, and all other educational and interesting information about African wildlife in general. Our guides also have an intensive knowledge of the local African flora and fauna, geography and animal behavior patterns.
- Ensuring the safety and satisfaction of the clients needs while on the safari
Peter Macharia – MD
As the founder of Africa Flash McTours, his goal is to make sure that all our clients received the best service to their satisfaction and have a memorable experience. Peter enjoys to travel and share ideas and experiences with the people he meets
Leonard was born to be a guide having traveled extensively, which puts him a notch higher when it comes to guiding. He ultimately finds himself drawn to adventure safaris.
Edward is a great guide with the ability to spot wildlife and different bird species. Regular positive reviews from clients attest to his commitment.
We use vans with pop-up roof for an optimum game-viewing experience. The optimal number in most of these vehicles is six to 9 people, forward-facing. Each seat has a seat belt and the interior is spacious enough to ensure the comfort of every guest. All our vehicles are regularly checked as safety is our top priority. Below are some of the vehicle features;
|First-Aid Kit||Cooler Box||Spare Tires and Heavy-Duty Jack||Luggage Space|
|Every safari vehicle is equipped with a first aid kit. Our guides are trained to use this in case of emergencies.||All our vehicles have a small cooler box to keep beverages cold. This is not to be taken for granted especially after a long day out in the savannah.||We carry two spare tires and a heavy-duty jack. Having two spares is better than having one due to poor roads in some areas, and presence of acacia thorns among others.||All vehicles are equipped with storage space for luggage and equipment – some under the seating section, others at the back of the truck and some with a detachable trailer.
Obviously space is at a premium, so be sure to pack only the absolute essentials.
|Pop-up Roof||Larger Windows||Two way UHF radio call||Binoculars|
|The roof can be removed so that you can stand-up and have a better vantage for viewing wildlife.||We made all the windows in the vehicle as large as possible so guests can have a better viewing experience.||This allows our driver to easily communicate with park rangers and other tour operators to know where is the latest movement of wildlife.||Provides a good depth effect to view animals up-close|
Toyota Hiace – 4WD
This is a 4 x 4 Safari Van that has been designed & customized locally to handle Kenya Roads. It is designed to carry between 6 to 9 people at most each with a window seat. They generally have a softer suspension than other safari vehicles, giving a slightly more comfortable trip.
Nissan Urvan – 2WD
This is locally made and assembled safari van specially designed to handle the rough terrain (OFF ROAD) of the Kenya Roads. It is designed to carry between 4 to 7 people at most each with a window seat. They have a softer suspension than other safari vehicles, giving a slightly more comfortable trip.