We offer reliable Kenya car hire and rental services in Nairobi and all over Kenya, using a proven range of Safari vehicles for hire with Driver Guides at competitive rates. Vehicles include Safari Tour Vans and 4x4 Landcruisers, ideal for Tourist safaris and gamedrives in national parks such as Maasai Mara, Amboseli and Tsavo. We also provide car and driver service in Nairobi.
Lonely Red Earth road in Tsavo West , Kenya
FRIENDLY HIRE AND ALL THE OPTIONS YOU COULD NEED !
The Safari Tour Van or Safari Microbus is the most popular choice for safaris in Kenya, preferred for its carrying capacity of upto 7 passengers and lower costs compared to the Landcruiser Safari vehicle ( see below). The Safari Microbus is either a Nissan or Toyota vehicle and comes fitted with a large pop up game viewing roof, UHF radio call, heavy duty suspension and also has large side windows for enhanced all round visibility. This vehicle is only available with a Driver-Guide. ( Self Drive is not possible).
Price $ 180 per day including a Driver~Guide, all his allowances, Fuel for unlimited mileage based on typical Safari Itinerary [daylight hours only] and TaxesEnquire
The 4x4 Safari Landcruiser is one of the best vehicles for a Safari, offering improved comfort and better versatility, allowing tourists to access Safari camps and lodges which may have challenging road conditions, or as is the case nowadays, may only allow 4x4 vehicles within their wildlife areas. The vehicle comes fitted with UHF Radio Call, game viewing hatches and additonal safari customization such as colloer boxes to carry drinks. This vehicle is not available on self drive and the rate includes the provision of a qualified, expert Driver-Guide.
Special rates are available for hire duration exceeding 1 week.
Price $ 270 per day including a Driver~Guide, all his allowances, Fuel for unlimited mileage based on typical Safari Itinerary [daylight travel only] and TaxesEnquire
A fast flowing river over a drift in Tsavo East, Kenya
Rain can quickly turn roads into streams
No traffic - a safari road in Southern Kenya
Wildebeest crossing a road in the western part of Masai Mara
Even 4x4 vehicles could get stuck on this road in Serengeti
Self drive not a good idea for these roads