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Gamewatchers Safaris

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About Gamewatchers Safaris

  • We offer private/custom safaris
  • We offer group tours/safaris
  • Our main focus is: Mid-level safaris
  • We book pre/post-safari attractions
Languages we speak:
  • English
    Gamewatchers Safaris is one of the longest established safari outfitters based in East Africa. We can offer you very competitive rates at all the leading safari camps and lodges in Kenya and elsewhere in Africa. See our list of camps and lodges in Kenya with our prices inclusive of all the costs, so there are no “hidden extras”. You book your international flight to Africa and from our base in Nairobi we take care of everything else for you, from arrival to departure. In addition to Kenya we ...

Vehicle description

We offer a broad range of transport options. Road safaris can be based on special 6 seater safari minivans or 6 seater 4×4 vehicles. Both types have a pop-up roof or a roof hatch to allow for game-viewing and photography. Some camps (including Porini Safari Camps) operate their own specially-adap...
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Masai Mara Porini Camp in Kenya: A dream come true with Jeffery and Joel

Views: 719 Visited: Aug 2015 Reviewed: Oct 01, 2015

The very best part of our safari at the two Porini Camps we visited were our guides Jeffrey and Joel at Masai Mara Porini Camp. The two are brothers and just the dearest and most wonderful individuals you could ask to go on safari with. Incredibly knowledgeable and attentive, but ever so humble and observant. They were soft spoken but engaging in numerous ways. Both of them worked incredibly well with our group of 6, most of whom were extende... read more

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Perfectly satisfied

Views: 575 Visited: Oct 2014 Reviewed: Nov 16, 2014

My wife and I did our first Safari in October 2014. I did moderate research and it seemed Gamewatchers met all our needs. Their camps are ecologically friendly with power derived from solar panels. If we had no electricity at two AM, it was our fault for wasting what we had. The camps were all located away from other camps, so we could have the illusion of being the only ones in the wilderness. We slept in large tents (larger in size than my ... read more

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