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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Travel to Kenya: Game safaris and eco-lodges

Fountain Tours and Travel Company is a Kenya based tour operator with head office in Nairobi. The Tour Company has immense experience in serving the local business and leisure traveler in Kenya and East Africa.

Kenya Residents
If you want to book a hotel room in Kenya, you have a conference or team building event. We have great recommendations for you that are quality and pocket friendly – for team building events and conference facilities in Kenya. Travelling to China and Thailand has never been easy for Kenya business and leisure travel – Fountain Tours will help you process your travel documents and VISA's to China and Thailand , book your flight , ground handling ( airport transfers) and accommodation in China and Thailand. You only need to avail yourself on the travel date!
Check a sample China business tour Itinerary on our website.

Non Kenyan Residents
If you do you do not reside in Kenya and you would like to tour this beautiful country, Fountain Tours have Africa game safari packages that can still be customized to meet your test and budget. We meet you at the airport; drop you to your hotel for fleshing up and depending on the safari Itinerary begin your tour thought the Rift Valley, Mount Kenya region, Lake Nakuru and Masai Mara National Reserve.
A Safari in Kenya is ideal if you are interested in birds, the big five – lions, elephants, rhinos, buffalo and Leopard. Nature walks, horse riding can be arranged at some of the lodges and camps in Kenya. The afternoon heat makes swimming or heath spa an attractive proposition. The Coast of Kenya –Mombasa, Malindi and Lamu remains one of the major must tour parts of Nairobi and it is recommended that you book way in advance to avoid pick season rush – peak season especially December require that you book in advance to get the limited accommodation in Kenya's Mombasa Hotels.

Fountain Tours adheres to the philosophy of responsible tourism where we accommodate travelers in community owned, eco -friendly camps and lodges. Most of this lodges and camps are in conservancy where most of the income is given back to back to community health care, water and education projects.