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East & Southern Africa
One of Kenya's oldest safari companies founded over fifty years ago by Carl Pollman.
Based in Nairobi, the company has a fleet of over 200 vehicles which range from large coaches to safari buses and 4x4 vehicles, to guide safaris in all the wildlife areas in Kenya.
Pollman's is dedicated to responsible tourism which is implemented in their offices, planning and workshops.
Began operating in 2007 specialising in the South Luangwa game reserve in Zambia also providing transfers to and from Chipata.
Their mission is to provide independent travelers with quality safaris at low prices and keep the personal touch because they are a small, hands on operator.
Focus primarily on Tanzania safaris and Zanzibar with a network of offices located in Dar es Salaam, Ngorongoro and Zanzibar this company was established in 1985.
They operate and maintain their own fleet of over 220 4WD (4x4) and minibus type safari vehicles using three fully equipped workshops in Arusha and the Ngorongoro outpost.
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Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) was founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA in 1978 by a 28-year old high school teacher named Judi Wineland.
They focus on providing high-quality, good-value adventure travel experiences to vacationers aged 50 and up.
This travel agency tailor-makes safaris and has been in business since 1998. They organise trips to Southern and Eastern Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands.
Based in Cape Town in South Africa they have one of the largest teams of travel consultants in the African safari industry.
Owner managed by Hilde Keil and based in Arusha, Tanzania for the last 25 years operating safaris in the Northern Tanzanian circuit.
Paradies safaris also organises trips to Zanzibar and Mt Kilimanjaro.
Roy Safaris, registered in 1989, started off with one vehicle and two employees, progressed slowly but steadily to its current fleet of over 25 vehicles and about 55 employees.
Their offices are situated in Arusha, Tanzania and they cover the Northern Safari Circuit and Kilimanjaro treks.
Ol Mesera is a small, cozy tented camp situated between Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara and Lake Natron, while Tarangire lies just a little bit further north.
They provide a number of activities in and around the immediate area including safaris, walks, cultural and botanical tours.
Top Three Safari Companies
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