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Phoenix Safaris caters for both individual and group travellers in East Africa. Each customer is taken care off on a personal and individual level – from a personal warm welcome at the airport upon landing to complete planning of your trip. Our safari experts have the knowledge to plan with you an unforgettable holiday in the most fascinating regions of East Africa – Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Zanzibar.

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Since its foundation in the year 2000 under German ownership, Phoenix Safaris has catered for both individual and group travellers in East Africa. Each customer is taken care off on a personal and individual level – from a personal warm welcome at the airport upon landing to complete planning of your trip. We have many years of experience and know that a safari in East Africa is a “journey of a life time” for many people. Planning a safari which is not too tightly organized and leaves you with enough time to observe the exotic wildlife of East Africa and at the same time offers breaks to relax in the breath-taking surroundings is our specialty. Our office staffs have the knowledge to plan with you an unforgettable holiday in the most fascinating regions of East Africa – Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Zanzibar.

We offer the following services

  • Personalised travel packages (safaris, beach holiday, activities) for single travellers, families and groups
  • Tickets/Charter flights
  • Hotels/Lodges bookings
  • Sightseeing and tours in and around Nairobi
  • Transport & car hire
  • Organisation of conferences and meetings
  • Incentive travel

Phoenix Safaris

United Nations Crescent Village Market Nairobi Kenya
  • Kenya
  • Rwanda
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
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