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We specialize in Tailor made & Small group cultural and eco-Safaris primarily in Masai Mara. Unlike any other available attraction, we offer unique 'off the beaten track' tours by off-road vehicles, mountain bikes and by foot. Our exclusive tours...more
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This was our first trip with Eyes on Africa. We are very satisfied with all the work they did. Denis the driver was the best. He is very kind and good at his job and was taking good care of us. We had so much...More
This was my second trip with Eyes On Africa. They are well organized, thorough and easy to communicate with.
They managed all problems quickly and efficiently. I would recommend this company for any group looking for an exceptional adventure in the Serengeti.
They guide was...More
Eyes on africa people took care of our group since We landed in Nairobi. For the next 8days We spent together All drivers were kind, helpfull and for shure good drivers. Maji Moto was great Experience so were the other camps they booked for us....More
It was our honey moon trip and also the 1st time visiting Africa. Great time of 11-day experience with our guide Abu, who's professional and caring all along the way to help us explore the best of various parks. What impressed us meanwhile is the...More
We did a 6 day safari with EyesonAfrica in the last week of October. Our safari involved a 3 night stay at the Maji Moto Camp, 2 nights at Basecamp Masai Mara and a night in Nairobi, all of which I have reviewed separately (both...More
Short-ish version: I didn’t write this review immediately upon my return because I wanted to make sure I wasn’t writing it in anger. I want this to be useful, not a rant.
I don’t know why my experience was so different from every other review,...More
Date of experience: August 2018
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RomanB, Owner at Eyes on Africa Safaris, responded to this reviewResponded November 19, 2018
Dear “Fearless86215” Greetings from Eyes on Africa team!
We have received your review but really surprised to read your comments as we thought we had resolved this matter while you were on safari based on our last communication with you over the phone. We did...More
We had the best guide in the world, Isaac who was professional and extremely informative. He was on time for everything we did and did everything he could to make sure we had the best experiences. Next trip to Africa will only be done if...More
We took custom made 2 week trip to kenya. Trip incuded Diani beach, Lamu Island and Tsavo East NP for a safari. Eyasonafica made us travel plan on a mid range Budget just like we wanted. Also Staff is profesional! specially driver/guide Musa with whom...More
We wanted to make our trip on safari ran away from the crowd, that's why we decided to go on safari for two with Eyes on Africa.
We chose a safari to Tsavo East National Park. The organization from the beginning to the end was...More
We had a two part safari experience: first at Maji Moto Eco Camp and then in Maasai Mara (Base Camp) organised by Eyes on Africa. Our guide William was really knowledgeable and took us safely to see the Big Five (yes, even TWO rhinos). This...More
If you want to go to The Mara you can either fly into Nairobi and drive, (around 6 hours) or take a light aircraft from Nairobi into the outer of the Mara. I would highly recommend the Maasi Mara. I was there in late... More
If you want to go to The Mara you can either fly into Nairobi and drive, (around 6 hours) or take a light aircraft from Nairobi into the outer of the Mara. I would highly recommend the Maasi Mara. I was there in late July/August of this year and we saw many more animals than anywhere else in Kenya and Tanzania, although it was the migration. For the most part we stayed in tents which were very comfortable and warm, (it gets rather cold at night). For a relaxed introduction to Africa, Maji Moto is fantastic. The tents are perfect, not luxurious but very comfortable, the staff are very attentive, the food is good considering you're in the middle of nowhere. Being on safari with the maasi is a terrific experience too because they have an innate sense of where the animals are and The Mara is not as vast as Tsavo, Serengeti or Ngorongoro.12 days on safari will be exhausting. The roads are rough and the drive is hot (no air-con obviously). I would recommend a day out on safari and two days exploring local villages, schools and local walks. Self drive is not recommended. My husband and two older teenage boys thought we could self drive but we were glad to take the advice of many friends who had done similar trips. There are NO signs on the roads and the roads can be non-existent. Driving after sunset is off the cards. There are many bandits, many of whom pose as the police and during the day, the 'real' police are on the roads and they will pull you over for absolutely no reason. It happened to us 5 times although we were with a local driver and it's not a pleasant experience. Crossing the boarders is also quite tedious and confusing and having a local with you helps immensely. Speak with Agnes at Eyes on Africa. She is very helpful and can arrange whatever you need and don't forget your malaria tablets, it's a very real thing.