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Nairobi National Park, Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe center

Nairobi National Park, Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe center

Our journey commences at the unique Nairobi National Park, an urban wilderness sanctuary where you can spot iconic African wildlife against a backdrop of the city skyline. Witness graceful giraffes, majestic lions, rhinos, and more in their natural habitat. The juxtaposition of the wild with the urban is truly mesmerizing, offering a surreal and unforgettable safari experience. The adventure continues with a visit to the Elephant Orphanage, operated by the renowned Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Here, you'll encounter the most endearing residents – baby elephants who have been rescued and are undergoing rehabilitation. Watch them being fed, playing, and even taking their daily mud baths. Their stories and personalities will warm your heart as you gain a deeper understanding of the challenges they face in the wild. Expert guides will provide you with valuable insights into the region's rich wildlife and conservation efforts, offering a profound understanding of the vital work being done to protect Kenya's natural heritage. Learn about the dedicated individuals who work tirelessly to safeguard these magnificent creatures and their habitats. By joining this tour, you actively contribute to wildlife conservation and the preservation of Kenya's unique ecosystems. Your visit to the Elephant Orphanage directly supports the rescue, care, and reintegration of orphaned elephants into the wild, making a meaningful impact on the future of these incredible animals. This tour is not just an excursion; it's a life-enriching experience that leaves you with lasting memories of Africa's wildlife and a profound appreciation for the tireless conservation efforts in place. By the end of the day, you'll carry with you a sense of wonder and a strong connection to Kenya's natural beauty.

Nairobi: Private 4-Hour City Tour

Nairobi: Private 4-Hour City Tour

When you want to know Nairobi and all it has to offer, take a few hours on a private city tour that will include the Railway Museum, the city center and the city market. Nairobi City Tour starts with a panoramic tour covering the modern city center, Parliament Buildings and the Snake Park, it continues to the Railway Museum where old steam locomotives are exhibited, including the one from which Superintendent John Lyall was taken from by a man-eating lion in Tsavo in 1901. Finally you visit the city market where a wide variety of African curios and tropical fruit and flowers are on sale, with a last stop to the Kenyatta International Conference Centre.

Nairobi City Orientation Guided Tour with Lunch at Carnivore

Nairobi City Orientation Guided Tour with Lunch at Carnivore

Nairobi is Kenya’s magnificent capital city and on today's trip, you'll get to know her best! Travel in air-conditioned comfort along Moi Avenue, past the Old Salvation Army Building and onto the City Market. Here you will find colorful curios and delicious produce. Nearby is the largest Mosque and largest library in the country. The Kenya National Archives, located to the left of the Hilton, is a goldmine of cultural artifacts and paintings. Nearby, you'll encounter the City Hall and Law Courts, and also the Mausoleum – the resting place for Kenya’s first president. Visit the Kenyatta International Conference center and take the lift to the top of the revolving top. From here you can relax and enjoy a panoramic view over the city. By now you're sure to be a bit peckish, so head towards Carnivore Restaurant, passing on your way the National Museum and Snake Park. After lunch you will be dropped back at your hotel.

Nairobi: Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center Day Tour

Nairobi: Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center Day Tour

Experience the Giraffe Center, David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, and Kazuri Bead factory on a Nairobi excursion. Witness adorable baby elephants, interact with majestic giraffes, and delve into the artistry behind locally-made beads and pottery. Commence your journey with hotel pickup in Nairobi and embark on your first visit to the Giraffe Center. Observe these elegant creatures in their semi-wild habitat, gain insight into conservation efforts, and seize the opportunity to feed these gentle giants. Next, proceed to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a sanctuary overflowing with endearing baby elephants eagerly anticipating their nourishing meals. As you wander through the sanctuary, be enchanted by the sight of these playful elephants frolicking in the water. Witness the youngest elephants being tenderly fed, followed by the 2-3-year-olds, who have become adept at self-feeding. Marvel at their dexterity as they skillfully grasp their substantial milk bottles using their trunks. The concluding leg of your journey leads you to the captivating Kazuri Beads Factory. Behold the remarkable craftsmanship displayed in the exquisite beads and pottery, meticulously handcrafted by local women. At the end of this enriching tour, you will be conveniently dropped off at your Nairobi hotel.

Nairobi National Park, Baby Elephant and Giraffe Centre Tour

Nairobi National Park, Baby Elephant and Giraffe Centre Tour

Nairobi National Park: Nairobi National Park is Kenya's oldest national park and is located just a short drive from the city center. It is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants, rhinos, zebras, giraffes, and more. On your game drive, you will have the opportunity to see these animals up close in their natural habitat. Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage: The Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage is a world-renowned wildlife sanctuary that cares for orphaned and abandoned elephants. On your visit, you will learn about the orphanage's work and have the opportunity to see the elephants up close. You may even be able to feed one of the baby elephants! Giraffe Centre: The Giraffe Centre is a unique wildlife sanctuary where you can interact with giraffes up close. You can feed the giraffes by hand and even kiss them on the nose! The Giraffe Centre is also a great place to learn about these amazing animals and the threats they face. Tour Itinerary: The tour will begin with a pick-up from your hotel in Nairobi. You will then be driven to Nairobi National Park for your game drive. You will then be driven to the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage for your visit. After the visit to Sheldrick you will have a break for lunch and a visit to the beads factory . After which you will be driven to the Giraffe Centre. At the end of the tour, you will be driven back to your hotel in Nairobi.

From Nairobi: Karen Blixen, Giraffe Centre and Baby Elephant

From Nairobi: Karen Blixen, Giraffe Centre and Baby Elephant

Begin your adventure at the Giraffe Centre, a place where you can get up close and personal with graceful giraffes. Experience the thrill of feeding these majestic creatures and even share a kiss, all while contributing to their conservation. Learn about the incredible work being done to protect these endangered species. Elephant Orphanage: Continue your journey at the Elephant Orphanage, run by the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Here, you'll meet and interact with adorable baby elephants that have been rescued and are being rehabilitated. Witness the feeding and bathing of these gentle giants and gain a deeper understanding of the challenges they face in the wild. Your visit supports their conservation and reintegration efforts. Karen Blixen Museum: Conclude your day at the Karen Blixen Museum, the former home of the renowned Danish author made famous by her book "Out of Africa." Explore the beautifully preserved colonial-era farmhouse and gardens, as well as learn about the life and times of Karen Blixen. This visit offers a glimpse into the history and culture of the region. This comprehensive tour package blends wildlife conservation, cultural heritage, and the allure of Kenya into a single, unforgettable experience. It's an opportunity to make lasting memories while contributing to the protection of these incredible creatures and the preservation of the region's rich history.

Nairobi: City Sightseeing Guided Walking Tour.

Nairobi: City Sightseeing Guided Walking Tour.

Enjoy a tour of the city exploring the rich and beautiful historical streets of this city.You will be amazed at the warm welcome from the locals and the fascinating moment after the hike. The walk will start at the Kenya Archives for a short preview of Kenyan history, pass the Kenya museum to learn about the history of mankind and stop at the Maasai open-air market to learn and explore the beautiful events and cultural activities, a visit to the Uhuru public park to enjoy the best sightseeing in the city and finish with a stroll to the central business district for a cup of local coffee and taste the street cuisine of Nairobi, Kenya. Tour highlights: ✓Tour the city like a local. ✓ Historical visit of the national archive. ✓Learn history of Kenya through the city iconic buildings,statues and monuments. -Parliament building. -Supreme court. -Bank of India. -7th August memorial park.(No entry just passing outside) -Dedan Kimathi Statues. -Tom Mboya Statues. -Fenzi memorial monument. -Kenyatta Mausoleum. ✓ Cultural shopping experience in the city Maasai market. ✓ Visit Uhuru park and central park. ✓Kenyatta International Conference centre rooftop/helipad city view.

Nairobi: Visit Giraffe Centre with Kazuri Beads Factory

Nairobi: Visit Giraffe Centre with Kazuri Beads Factory

Your Giraffe Centre and Kazuri Beads Tour begins with a pickup from your hotel in Nairobi. You'll be driven to the Giraffe Centre, which is located in the Karen suburb of Nairobi. Upon arrival at the Giraffe Centre, you'll be given a brief introduction to the Rothschild's giraffe, an endangered species that is native to Kenya. You'll then have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the giraffes by feeding them pellets from a raised platform. After feeding the giraffes, you'll have some time to explore the Giraffe Centre on your own. You can visit the education Centre to learn more about giraffe conservation, or you can simply enjoy watching the giraffes graze in the enclosure. After your visit to the Giraffe Centre, you'll be driven to the Kazuri Beads factory. Kazuri Beads is a women's cooperative that produces beautiful and unique handmade beads and jewelry. When you arrive at the Kazuri Beads factory, you'll be given a tour of the facility. You'll see how the beads are made by hand, from the initial mixing of the clay to the final firing of the beads. You'll also learn about the history of Kazuri Beads and its mission to empower women. After the tour, you'll have some time to shop for Kazuri beads and jewelry. There is a wide variety of items to choose from, including necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and home décor. After your visit to the Kazuri Beads factory, you'll be driven back to your hotel in Nairobi.

The Real Nairobi City Historical Guided Walking Tour.

The Real Nairobi City Historical Guided Walking Tour.

Enjoy a tour of the city exploring the rich and beautiful historical streets of this city. You will be amazed at the warm welcome from the locals and the fascinating moment after the hike. The walk will start at the Kenya archives building for a short preview of Kenyan history, pass the Kenya museum to learn about the history of mankind, and stop at the Maasai open-air market to learn and explore the beautiful events and cultural activities, a visit to the Uhuru public park to enjoy the best sightseeing in the city and finish with a stroll to the central business district for a cup of local coffee and taste the street cuisine of Nairobi, Kenya. Tour Highlights: ✓Tour the city like a local. ✓Learn history of Kenya through the city iconic buildings,statues and monuments. -Supreme court. -Bank of India. -City market. -Macmillan library. -Jamia mosque. -All saint cathedral. -City hall and parliament buildings. -7th August memorial park. (No entry just passing outside) -Dedan Kimathi statues. -Tom Mboya statues. -Fenzi memorial monument. -Kenyatta mausoleum. ✓ Cultural shopping experience in the city Maasai market. ✓ Visit Uhuru Park and Central Park. ✓Kenyatta International Conference centre rooftop/helipad city view. ✓Nairobi museum and Snake park.

Nairobi: Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Centre and Karen Blixen

Nairobi: Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Centre and Karen Blixen

We start by collecting you from your hotel, apartment, house, or place of residence in Nairobi. From there, we travel to the Karen Blixen Museum, which is home to the author and coffee farmer who left Africa in 1914 and lived there until 1931. With a beautiful view of Karen's favorite Ngong Hills and surrounded by a peaceful garden and native forest, the Museum house maintains a tranquil atmosphere that feels like it belongs in the past. "I had a farm in Africa at the foot of the Ngong Hills," she says, paying tribute to the hills. This extensive collection includes outdoor exhibits of farm tools, wagons, ploughs, and original machinery from the coffee processing factory from that era. The lush, well-kept green gardens provide the ideal backdrop for any outdoor event, including team building exercises, corporate galas, and weddings and receptions. At the Karen's Art Corner, we promote regional and up-and-coming artists in keeping with Karen's love of art. Our skilled, multilingual guides provide guided tours on a continuous basis throughout the day. Following Blixen, our guide will make the hour-long drive to the David Shedrick Wildlife Trust, which is open from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm every day. After the elephant orphanage, we'll have lunch at a nearby restaurant or a tourist hotel in (your choice) You then go to the Giraffe Center, which is roughly fifteen minutes away from the orphanage for elephants. Following the Giraffe Center, our guide will drop you off at your hotel or another location in Nairobi after the Giraffe Center.

Nairobi National Museum: Our most recommended tours and activities

Nairobi National Park, Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe center

Nairobi National Park, Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe center

Our journey commences at the unique Nairobi National Park, an urban wilderness sanctuary where you can spot iconic African wildlife against a backdrop of the city skyline. Witness graceful giraffes, majestic lions, rhinos, and more in their natural habitat. The juxtaposition of the wild with the urban is truly mesmerizing, offering a surreal and unforgettable safari experience. The adventure continues with a visit to the Elephant Orphanage, operated by the renowned Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Here, you'll encounter the most endearing residents – baby elephants who have been rescued and are undergoing rehabilitation. Watch them being fed, playing, and even taking their daily mud baths. Their stories and personalities will warm your heart as you gain a deeper understanding of the challenges they face in the wild. Expert guides will provide you with valuable insights into the region's rich wildlife and conservation efforts, offering a profound understanding of the vital work being done to protect Kenya's natural heritage. Learn about the dedicated individuals who work tirelessly to safeguard these magnificent creatures and their habitats. By joining this tour, you actively contribute to wildlife conservation and the preservation of Kenya's unique ecosystems. Your visit to the Elephant Orphanage directly supports the rescue, care, and reintegration of orphaned elephants into the wild, making a meaningful impact on the future of these incredible animals. This tour is not just an excursion; it's a life-enriching experience that leaves you with lasting memories of Africa's wildlife and a profound appreciation for the tireless conservation efforts in place. By the end of the day, you'll carry with you a sense of wonder and a strong connection to Kenya's natural beauty.

Nairobi: Private 4-Hour City Tour

Nairobi: Private 4-Hour City Tour

When you want to know Nairobi and all it has to offer, take a few hours on a private city tour that will include the Railway Museum, the city center and the city market. Nairobi City Tour starts with a panoramic tour covering the modern city center, Parliament Buildings and the Snake Park, it continues to the Railway Museum where old steam locomotives are exhibited, including the one from which Superintendent John Lyall was taken from by a man-eating lion in Tsavo in 1901. Finally you visit the city market where a wide variety of African curios and tropical fruit and flowers are on sale, with a last stop to the Kenyatta International Conference Centre.

Nairobi City Orientation Guided Tour with Lunch at Carnivore

Nairobi City Orientation Guided Tour with Lunch at Carnivore

Nairobi is Kenya’s magnificent capital city and on today's trip, you'll get to know her best! Travel in air-conditioned comfort along Moi Avenue, past the Old Salvation Army Building and onto the City Market. Here you will find colorful curios and delicious produce. Nearby is the largest Mosque and largest library in the country. The Kenya National Archives, located to the left of the Hilton, is a goldmine of cultural artifacts and paintings. Nearby, you'll encounter the City Hall and Law Courts, and also the Mausoleum – the resting place for Kenya’s first president. Visit the Kenyatta International Conference center and take the lift to the top of the revolving top. From here you can relax and enjoy a panoramic view over the city. By now you're sure to be a bit peckish, so head towards Carnivore Restaurant, passing on your way the National Museum and Snake Park. After lunch you will be dropped back at your hotel.

Nairobi: Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center Day Tour

Nairobi: Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center Day Tour

Experience the Giraffe Center, David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, and Kazuri Bead factory on a Nairobi excursion. Witness adorable baby elephants, interact with majestic giraffes, and delve into the artistry behind locally-made beads and pottery. Commence your journey with hotel pickup in Nairobi and embark on your first visit to the Giraffe Center. Observe these elegant creatures in their semi-wild habitat, gain insight into conservation efforts, and seize the opportunity to feed these gentle giants. Next, proceed to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a sanctuary overflowing with endearing baby elephants eagerly anticipating their nourishing meals. As you wander through the sanctuary, be enchanted by the sight of these playful elephants frolicking in the water. Witness the youngest elephants being tenderly fed, followed by the 2-3-year-olds, who have become adept at self-feeding. Marvel at their dexterity as they skillfully grasp their substantial milk bottles using their trunks. The concluding leg of your journey leads you to the captivating Kazuri Beads Factory. Behold the remarkable craftsmanship displayed in the exquisite beads and pottery, meticulously handcrafted by local women. At the end of this enriching tour, you will be conveniently dropped off at your Nairobi hotel.

Nairobi National Park, Baby Elephant and Giraffe Centre Tour

Nairobi National Park, Baby Elephant and Giraffe Centre Tour

Nairobi National Park: Nairobi National Park is Kenya's oldest national park and is located just a short drive from the city center. It is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants, rhinos, zebras, giraffes, and more. On your game drive, you will have the opportunity to see these animals up close in their natural habitat. Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage: The Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage is a world-renowned wildlife sanctuary that cares for orphaned and abandoned elephants. On your visit, you will learn about the orphanage's work and have the opportunity to see the elephants up close. You may even be able to feed one of the baby elephants! Giraffe Centre: The Giraffe Centre is a unique wildlife sanctuary where you can interact with giraffes up close. You can feed the giraffes by hand and even kiss them on the nose! The Giraffe Centre is also a great place to learn about these amazing animals and the threats they face. Tour Itinerary: The tour will begin with a pick-up from your hotel in Nairobi. You will then be driven to Nairobi National Park for your game drive. You will then be driven to the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage for your visit. After the visit to Sheldrick you will have a break for lunch and a visit to the beads factory . After which you will be driven to the Giraffe Centre. At the end of the tour, you will be driven back to your hotel in Nairobi.

From Nairobi: Karen Blixen, Giraffe Centre and Baby Elephant

From Nairobi: Karen Blixen, Giraffe Centre and Baby Elephant

Begin your adventure at the Giraffe Centre, a place where you can get up close and personal with graceful giraffes. Experience the thrill of feeding these majestic creatures and even share a kiss, all while contributing to their conservation. Learn about the incredible work being done to protect these endangered species. Elephant Orphanage: Continue your journey at the Elephant Orphanage, run by the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Here, you'll meet and interact with adorable baby elephants that have been rescued and are being rehabilitated. Witness the feeding and bathing of these gentle giants and gain a deeper understanding of the challenges they face in the wild. Your visit supports their conservation and reintegration efforts. Karen Blixen Museum: Conclude your day at the Karen Blixen Museum, the former home of the renowned Danish author made famous by her book "Out of Africa." Explore the beautifully preserved colonial-era farmhouse and gardens, as well as learn about the life and times of Karen Blixen. This visit offers a glimpse into the history and culture of the region. This comprehensive tour package blends wildlife conservation, cultural heritage, and the allure of Kenya into a single, unforgettable experience. It's an opportunity to make lasting memories while contributing to the protection of these incredible creatures and the preservation of the region's rich history.

Nairobi: City Sightseeing Guided Walking Tour.

Nairobi: City Sightseeing Guided Walking Tour.

Enjoy a tour of the city exploring the rich and beautiful historical streets of this city.You will be amazed at the warm welcome from the locals and the fascinating moment after the hike. The walk will start at the Kenya Archives for a short preview of Kenyan history, pass the Kenya museum to learn about the history of mankind and stop at the Maasai open-air market to learn and explore the beautiful events and cultural activities, a visit to the Uhuru public park to enjoy the best sightseeing in the city and finish with a stroll to the central business district for a cup of local coffee and taste the street cuisine of Nairobi, Kenya. Tour highlights: ✓Tour the city like a local. ✓ Historical visit of the national archive. ✓Learn history of Kenya through the city iconic buildings,statues and monuments. -Parliament building. -Supreme court. -Bank of India. -7th August memorial park.(No entry just passing outside) -Dedan Kimathi Statues. -Tom Mboya Statues. -Fenzi memorial monument. -Kenyatta Mausoleum. ✓ Cultural shopping experience in the city Maasai market. ✓ Visit Uhuru park and central park. ✓Kenyatta International Conference centre rooftop/helipad city view.

Nairobi: Visit Giraffe Centre with Kazuri Beads Factory

Nairobi: Visit Giraffe Centre with Kazuri Beads Factory

Your Giraffe Centre and Kazuri Beads Tour begins with a pickup from your hotel in Nairobi. You'll be driven to the Giraffe Centre, which is located in the Karen suburb of Nairobi. Upon arrival at the Giraffe Centre, you'll be given a brief introduction to the Rothschild's giraffe, an endangered species that is native to Kenya. You'll then have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the giraffes by feeding them pellets from a raised platform. After feeding the giraffes, you'll have some time to explore the Giraffe Centre on your own. You can visit the education Centre to learn more about giraffe conservation, or you can simply enjoy watching the giraffes graze in the enclosure. After your visit to the Giraffe Centre, you'll be driven to the Kazuri Beads factory. Kazuri Beads is a women's cooperative that produces beautiful and unique handmade beads and jewelry. When you arrive at the Kazuri Beads factory, you'll be given a tour of the facility. You'll see how the beads are made by hand, from the initial mixing of the clay to the final firing of the beads. You'll also learn about the history of Kazuri Beads and its mission to empower women. After the tour, you'll have some time to shop for Kazuri beads and jewelry. There is a wide variety of items to choose from, including necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and home décor. After your visit to the Kazuri Beads factory, you'll be driven back to your hotel in Nairobi.

The Real Nairobi City Historical Guided Walking Tour.

The Real Nairobi City Historical Guided Walking Tour.

Enjoy a tour of the city exploring the rich and beautiful historical streets of this city. You will be amazed at the warm welcome from the locals and the fascinating moment after the hike. The walk will start at the Kenya archives building for a short preview of Kenyan history, pass the Kenya museum to learn about the history of mankind, and stop at the Maasai open-air market to learn and explore the beautiful events and cultural activities, a visit to the Uhuru public park to enjoy the best sightseeing in the city and finish with a stroll to the central business district for a cup of local coffee and taste the street cuisine of Nairobi, Kenya. Tour Highlights: ✓Tour the city like a local. ✓Learn history of Kenya through the city iconic buildings,statues and monuments. -Supreme court. -Bank of India. -City market. -Macmillan library. -Jamia mosque. -All saint cathedral. -City hall and parliament buildings. -7th August memorial park. (No entry just passing outside) -Dedan Kimathi statues. -Tom Mboya statues. -Fenzi memorial monument. -Kenyatta mausoleum. ✓ Cultural shopping experience in the city Maasai market. ✓ Visit Uhuru Park and Central Park. ✓Kenyatta International Conference centre rooftop/helipad city view. ✓Nairobi museum and Snake park.

Nairobi: Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Centre and Karen Blixen

Nairobi: Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Centre and Karen Blixen

We start by collecting you from your hotel, apartment, house, or place of residence in Nairobi. From there, we travel to the Karen Blixen Museum, which is home to the author and coffee farmer who left Africa in 1914 and lived there until 1931. With a beautiful view of Karen's favorite Ngong Hills and surrounded by a peaceful garden and native forest, the Museum house maintains a tranquil atmosphere that feels like it belongs in the past. "I had a farm in Africa at the foot of the Ngong Hills," she says, paying tribute to the hills. This extensive collection includes outdoor exhibits of farm tools, wagons, ploughs, and original machinery from the coffee processing factory from that era. The lush, well-kept green gardens provide the ideal backdrop for any outdoor event, including team building exercises, corporate galas, and weddings and receptions. At the Karen's Art Corner, we promote regional and up-and-coming artists in keeping with Karen's love of art. Our skilled, multilingual guides provide guided tours on a continuous basis throughout the day. Following Blixen, our guide will make the hour-long drive to the David Shedrick Wildlife Trust, which is open from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm every day. After the elephant orphanage, we'll have lunch at a nearby restaurant or a tourist hotel in (your choice) You then go to the Giraffe Center, which is roughly fifteen minutes away from the orphanage for elephants. Following the Giraffe Center, our guide will drop you off at your hotel or another location in Nairobi after the Giraffe Center.

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Amazing! Musa was a gentleman from start to finish. I was a solo female traveler from Ireland and I had the best tour with Musa. He went above and beyond to make sure I had a great day. I will be recommending Musa to my friends and would vouch for him anyday. Thanks Musa

Everything was fine. Even the guide did his best to make himself understood in his elementary Spanish.

It was an incredible experience, our guide was very attentive and friendly at all times.

Kevin was very friendly and knowledgeable. The driver handled the roads well.

Our guide Eric was great! He was early, knowledgeable, friendly and helpful!