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Joseph Njoroge

Kenya should be on top of every adventure traveler's list, with over 40 wildlife National parks and reserves, the annual wildebeest migration crossing from Serengeti to Masai Mara, the great rift valley running from North to south , the equator line crossing from east to west, over 500kilometres of white sand Indian ocean beaches and over 42 difference tribes and cultures.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"African wildlife safaris, birds watching, cultural tour, mountain hiking. and custom made tour."

How did you get involved in travel?

"Traveling and meeting new people is my passion since childhood, after my early career working with united Nations, year 2000 i decided to get to my passion i enrolled for 2 years tour guiding and administration course and after my graduation i started traveling in many parts of Kenya visiting National parks and learning detailed wild animals behaviors, birds, trees, meeting local people and understanding their culture and learning their local languages.

I wanted to share with other people who love to travel my experience and year 2002 me and my wife we started our travel company. Our team is professionals and we guarantee you an unforgettable African safari experience."

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"Year 2012 i was traveling with a family of Eric, his wife, 8 years old son and 5 years daughter for 10 days in Kenya National parks, our 5th day we were at tree top hotel in aberderes national park, we were having dinner and i was explaining about the queen Elizabeth of England how she was staying in that hotel when she was made the queen, and Eric's son told his father that in their school their teacher told them the founder of world scouts and girl guide movement is buried in Kenya, and Eric asked me if it was true, yes it was 30 kilometers from our hotel in a city called nyeri little did i know both children back in their country were members of Scouts and girl guide, from that point our programme changed and we had to visit the Burden Powell museum in the morning and the children bought gifts or their class and had lunch at Outs pan hotel which was the founder's house , we arrived to our next destination in the evening but the family was happy we still take our clients to these place."