Welcome to Oranje safari Blog!! On our blog we will be regularly sharing Kenya safari holiday information. The information will be mostly on destinations, how to easily book your holiday, how to prepare for your safari, any government policy affecting your holiday.
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Glamping kenya safaris

Luxury kenya glamping safaris From Mombasa When looking at organizing your safari to East Africa Kenya traditional camping have evolved to luxury glamping. Most of these glamping camps are small and some are unfenced allowing the animals to roam around the accommodation. It is very common to have feedback where animals were scratching their body […]

Flying safaris luggage

Flying safari Luggage compartment If you choose to have flying safari option from Mombasa or Niarobi. On the flying safari the luggage you are allowed to take is normally restricted to 15kg and highly recommended in soft bags due to airplane luggage compartments being very small. Most of the safari flights are between 12 to […]

Karibu tena for Kenya safari holiday

‘’Karibu Tena’’ means ‘’Welcome once again’’ in ‘’Swahili’’, the widely spoken language in East Africa. After the world being put in a pause Kenya is once again welcoming international guests from all around the world. Kenyan people are waiting to welcome you with a big Genuine smile, visitors are genuinely cherished and appreciate tourists visiting […]

4 days kenya safari

4 Days kenya Safari This safari is ideal for Guests looking at going on a 4 day safari from Mombasa or diani beach or can also start from Nairobi and ending at our Kenyan pristine beach. If commencing in Mombasa, The Program begins with the magnificent Tsavo West national park visiting then Amboseli national park […]

Nairobi Tours and Safari

Nairobi the capital city of kenya it is also one of the largest cities in Africa. The name Nairobi is derived from the Maasai tribe one of the 43 tribes in kenya, Nairobi means cold water. This magical city has a population of about 9 million people from all the communities in Kenya. Start from […]

Mombasa and Bamburi Beach Safari’s and Tours

Mombasa is the second  largest city in kenya. The city have four beaches namely Nyali Beach, Bamburi beach, Shanzu beach and Kikambala beach. Its warm waters offer a good and safe opportunity for swimming and snorkeling lovers. Being public beaches when walking on the beach you will meet many different locals selling souvenirs and glass […]

Diani beach safaris and tours

Diani beach is a small town bordering the Indian ocean in Kenyan south coast an ideal place to start or end your Kenyan safari and equally enjoy beach stay. The town is blessed with beautiful white sandy beach and warm ocean water which safe to swim and snorkel. Looking for safari from Diani? You can […]

Kenya Safari Checklist

Days on safari are generally hot and call for summer light cloths (shorts and t-shirt). In the mornings and evenings, long-sleeved shirts and pants are better and will also protect you from mosquitoes. For those sensitive to the sun, a loose cotton shirt a good bet during the day, as is sunscreen. For colder mornings, […]

Ban of Single Use plastic

As you prepare for your safari holiday in Kenya after the covid 19, we would like to inform you that the Kenyan Government has opted to ban the use of single use plastic bottles in all parks and touristic areas. After serious consideration our government opted to ban the plastic bottle use to help in […]

Holiday preparation

Required documents A passport is required that is still valid for at least six months after the date of departure. A visa is required and costs approximately USD 50 per person. You can only apply visa online on this link https://account.ecitizen.go.ke/visitor-registration or get your visa on arrival. For more information about the Kenya Embassy in […]