The Old Line Safari Company Overview


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The Old Line Safari Company is proud to equip you with a summary of what we offer in terms of travel and holiday packages in Africa. Enjoy and feel free to peruse our website or talk to us so that we arrange the ultimate adventure safari experience for you.

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  2. 2. Destinations • Kenya & Tanzania
  3. 3. Kenya Destinations
  4. 4. Maasai Mara Game Reserve Adjoining the Serengeti National Park of Tanzania, a land of undulating hills and rolling grasslands supporting a huge animal population, Maasai Mara National Reserve is one of East Africa's best-known game viewing areas. Often the casual visitor will be treated to the sight of a cheetah roaming the plains to run down its prey; a lion pride, numbering as many as 20, led by a handsome black-maned male; or a leopard devouring its kill in the lower branches of the sausage tree.
  5. 5. Amboseli National Park Amboseli National Park is located right at the foot of Africa's highest mountain, Kilimanjaro (19, 340 feet). Feeding on the lush grasses, elephants abound in its forest and swamps. Cheetahs prowl the salt flats. Giraffes wander through the forest, while zebras and wildebeest feed on the open plains. The snow-capped dome of the Kibo Peak forms a magnificent backdrop, making this gem of a park a photographer's paradise.
  6. 6. Lake Nakuru National Park Lake Nakuru, a shallow alkaline body of water. Flamingos, often more than 1 million, literally turn its shores pink, a world famous spectacle, while feeding on the abundant algae that thrives in the warm waters. The park is a bird watchers paradise. More than 400 other species, including Pelicans, african fish eagles, white-winged black terns, stilts, avocets, ducks, and in the American winter, the migrant waders, reside on the lake and in the park, too. The park provide a sanctuary for the black rhinoceros, othschild's giraffes, waterbucks, zebras, elands, warthogs, impalas, mountain reedbucks, dik diks and Cape buffalos are common.
  7. 7. Tsavo National Parks Split in two by the main Nairobi/Mombasa highway, Kenya's largest park area covers a total area of 769 square miles. The Tsavo National Parks were once famous for their herds of more than 60,000 “red” elephants, so called for the red murrum earth, like talcum powder, with which they spray themselves. Although these herds have recently dwindled due to poaching and drought, a strong drive by Kenya Wildlife Service has brought peace to their lives, and the populations are increasing again. These parks are also known for their fabled maneless lions. In one year, just three of these lions ate as many as 140 Indian workers during construction of the Kenya-Uganda railway. Once reputed to be the fiercest predators in Africa, they were featured in the 1996 film Ghost and the Darkness.
  8. 8. Tanzania Destinations
  9. 9. Serengeti National Park Covering 5,675 square miles and contiguous with Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, Serengeti National Park is Tanzania‟s largest and most famous park. More than 1 million wildebeests are the chief herbivores and the main prey of the large carnivores, such as the lions, and the hyenas. Just a few of the other animals calling the park home are leopards, rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses, giraffes, elephants, zebras, antelopes, monkeys and baboons, crocodiles, jackals, warthogs, and nearly 500 species of birds.
  10. 10. Lake Manyara National Park Bordered by the dramatic western escarpment of the Great Rift Valley, Lake Manyara National Park is renowned among ornithologists for its superb bird life, more than 350 species, including storks and flamingos. Also of great interest are its famous tree-climbing lions and its abundance of hippos that can be observed at closer range here than at most other places.
  11. 11. Tarangire National Park Tarangire National Park is one of the principal areas in Africa to view elephant, with herds of 300 or more bull elephants an often common sight. Tarangire river is the only permanent source of water in southern Maasailand, it attracts large concentrations of wildlife. Just a small selection of regular sightings include; buffalo, gazelle, giraffe, impala, wildebeest and zebra. It is equally a birding paradise, boasting the endemic ashy starling, rufous-tailed weaver and black-collared lovebird amongst over 550 other species of birds that frequent the area.
  12. 12. Ngorongoro Conservation Area Bordering Serengeti National Park to the north and west, the entire Ngorongoro Conservation Area covers about 3,190 square miles and encompasses the archeologically important Olduvai Gorge and Lakes Ndutu and Masek. Within the area is the Ngorongoro Crater, a volcanic basin of more than 99 square miles, with walls rising 1,998 feet. A natural amphitheater for more than 25,000 animals, mostly zebras and wildebeests.
  13. 13. • Giraffe Manor, Nairobi The Giraffe Manor is an elegant, personally hosted, small and exclusive hotel, famous for its resident herd of rare Rothschild giraffes. The Giraffe Manor offers a rich blend of welcoming accommodation, highly trained and friendly staff, as well as one of Nairobi's finest kitchens. Where to Stay
  14. 14. Where to Stay • The Fairview Hotel, Nairobi The Fairview stands out as a charming and successful blend of the past and the present. Five acres of beautifully landscaped gardens combine with comfortable rooms that offer every modern facility. All rooms are equipped with shower and bath, telephone, T.V., safe, Wi-Fi access and are secured by an advanced electronic key-card system.
  15. 15. Where to Stay • Cottars‟ 1920‟s Camp, Maasai Mara
  16. 16. Where to Stay • Little Governor‟s Camp, Maasai Mara Little Governors‟ is intimate in character, with just 17 luxury en-suite tents tucked around a large watering hole that teems with both birds and wildlife. The camp is unfenced, there is a resident family of warthogs that wander freely through the camp. Guests may need to make way for elephants which sometimes visit the camp at lunch time.
  17. 17. Where to Stay • Amboseli Porini Camp, Amboseli This award winning eco camp features nine spacious guest tents, comfortably furnished and with en suite bathrooms including shower, wash basin and flush toilet. Tents have solar-powered electric lighting.
  18. 18. Where to Stay Kiwanjani Eco Lodge, Tsavo Kiwanjani sits elegantly in the middle of the two Tsavo's evoking an incredible sense of familiarity - a true home in the wilderness, perfect place for an arm chair safari.
  19. 19. Where to Stay • Chui Lodge, Naivasha Chui lodge is set in the privately owned Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary an exclusive and exquisite paradise, nestled in a grove of Euphorbia trees overlooking a waterhole with the mosaic of the dramatic Mau Escarpment as a backdrop. This setting epitomizes the Masaai translation of the word Oserian as being a "place of peace".
  20. 20. Where to Stay • Loisaba, Starbed Whether sleeping under the undisturbed African night sky on our unique Star Beds, rafting down the majestic Ewaso Ngiro and Ng'are Narok Rivers, or watching the big five stroll past on a game drives, a visit to Loisaba will revive your mind, rejuvenate your body and revitalize your soul.
  21. 21. Where to Stay • Santuary Kusini, Serengeti Sanctuary Kusini is the only permanent tented camp in the southern Serengeti and provides extraordinary views of the game studded plains .
  22. 22. Where to Stay Gibbs Farm House, Ngorongoro Gibb‟s farm is a working farm located on the forested slopes of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. It comprises a warm and friendly community where the rhythm of farm life has calmed and restored the weary safari journeyer for over 40 years.
  23. 23. Where to Stay Lantana Galu, Diani Beach Lantana Galu Beach-a spectacular new development overlooking Diani's famous white powder sands, is perfect for that laid-back beach holiday you've been dreaming of!
  24. 24. Why The Old Line Safari Company • Superior Service We believe that first-class service is a right of every traveler booking a safari with us, so our experienced safari guides are always delighted to offer you personalized attention. In fact, they get in touch with you as soon as you book your safari and remain at your disposal all the way to the end of it, as they see you off at the airport. We keep the group size manageable when traveling, too, precisely so we can maintain a high level of service and develop a lasting relationship with our clients. By combining our intimate knowledge of Africa, and our relationships built through wildlife conservation efforts, we are able to show visitors the real Africa. We understand the details that make a vacation special and how travel experiences can positively change the lives of both the traveler and the host communities. We offer a travel experience that exceeds the average vacation. With a team dedicated to our clients, we want to provide services that reflect the warm, generous hospitality for which Kenyans are famous.
  25. 25. Why The Old Line Safari Company Expert Safari Guides one of our expert safari guides accompanies you on your safari, briefing you on your travel itinerary and sharing his or her vast knowledge of wild flora and fauna. Consummate professionals, as well as possessing experience in safari guiding and natural resource management, all Old Line Safari Company safari guides hold a degree in Wildlife Management or related field
  26. 26. Why The Old Line Safari Company • Custom Safari Vehicles To ensure safe, comfortable, reliable transportation for our clients, we maintain a fleet of custom safari vehicles that are serviced regularly and comply with government requirements for seat belts, two-way radios, speed controls, and the like. What‟s more, our vehicles are stocked with bottled water, binoculars, field guides, and other necessities. And, we guarantee you a window seat on safari.
  27. 27. Why The Old Line Safari Company • Private Charters Cut on travel time and spend ample time in the wilderness. Fly between exotic safari destinations in light aircrafts and helicopters allowing you to experience Africa through a „hawks eyeview‟
  28. 28. Why The Old Line Safari Company • Local Offices in Africa Our headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, is manned by experienced travel professionals who carefully plan your itinerary and provide 24/7 backup during your safari. We pride ourselves on delivering personalized attention to every client, from the time you first contact The Old Line Safari Company until the end of your safari. In fact, our special brand of Kenyan hospitality is our trademark.
  29. 29. Why The Old Line Safari Company • 24-Hour Medical Evacuation The safety and comfort of our clients remains our primary concern. Consequently, The Old Line Safari Company works closely with Flying Doctors‟ Society of Africa (FDSA) to provide complementary medical evacuation services in the unlikely event of a health emergency during safari, including in remote areas.
  30. 30. Why The Old Line Safari Company Commitment to Conservation and the Local Community Founded on the principles of ecotourism, The Old Line Safari Company works closely with Youth for Conservation, a local charity in Kenya, to save wild animals from snaring. In addition, we have joined forces with Kasigau Ranch, a community- owned ranch bordering Tsavo West National Park, to promote this location as a tourism destination consistent with conservation practices and ideals. We have also partnered with Integra and Pontis Foundations supported by SlovakAid to undertake several community projects in the greater Tsavo Conservation Area. Simply by choosing to travel with us, you greatly help further this vital cause.
  31. 31. Why The Old Line Safari Company Commitment to Conservation and the Local Community
  32. 32. Why The Old Line Safari Company Commitment to Conservation and the Local Community
  33. 33. Why The Old Line Safari Company • Old Line Safari Company Extras As a result of our unparalleled commitment to excellence, our clients enjoy additional benefits :  Our safari guide always meets you at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on arrival and sees you off at departure.  You receive complementary airport transfers between your Nairobi hotel and Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.  You receive an Old Line Safari Company gift pack. Tel +245 20 214 3709