Bush and Beyond is the central booking and reservations office for a selection of small luxury camps and lodges including Lewa House, Lobolo Camp & Jade Sea Journeys, Ol Malo, Ol Malo House, Sarara Camp, Tangulia Mara Camp and The Emakoko. As well, we manage the bookings for the mobile walking safaris, Sarara Walking Safaris in Namunyak and the mobile riding/walking safari Ol Malo Nomad out of Ol Malo.
For over 25 years the principals of Bush and Beyond have been involved in the East African safari industry as tour operators and lodge owners. In June of 2003, Chris Flatt and Trish Luke joined forces to establish Bush and Beyond. With offices in Nairobi and marketing representation in the UK and North America, Bush and Beyond is a vibrant and growing company.
The staff at Bush and Beyond has over 200 years of combined experience and are able to manage all of your needs from the moment you arrive until you depart – including checking availabilities and making bookings at properties, arranging any internal flights/transfers or any other ground handling arrangements.
The Bush and Beyond portfolio features Kenyan safari destinations as varied as the different habitats they occupy, and as individual as their owners. The properties are run by individuals who know the land, the people and the wildlife that lives there. All are privately owned and are in secluded conservation areas where guests will not have the peace of the bush destroyed. This is the real Africa.
Bush and Beyond
P.O. Box 56923
Tel: +254 (0) 20 6000457/6005108
Fax: +254 (0) 20 6005008
To find out more about planning a safari, please fill in the enquiry form below, indicating any special interests. We shall ask an African Travel Specialist in your area to contact you or please feel free to contact us directly.
To check availability, please click here.
For planning purposes please note that a safari visiting Bush and Beyond destinations costs from US$900 per person per day for all in-country arrangements, subject to the itinerary chosen.
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