Conservation and Superior Kenya Safaris and Tours Kenya Africa

As travelers we all have and share the responsibility to protect and conserve our precious resources. Superior Kenya Safaris and Tours is active in a variety of conservation projects. We offer just a few guidelines which we hope will enhance your experience and reduce the disturbance to the wildlife and the environment at large.

General wildlife codes:

  • Wild animals always have the right of then way
  • Leave only your foot prints behind. Please do not litter in the National parks and game reserves and please don’t throw waste into any lakes or rivers.
  • Please take care when smocking as even the smallest fire can cause major destruction.
  • Please don’t ask your drivers to get too close to the animals or to make any sudden moves that may disturb the animals.
  • Never feed the animals – especially monkeys and baboons that can live in and around lodges. They may look friendly but can be very dangerous.
  • Listen carefully to the instructions of your drivers/ guides, especially with regard to walking safaris or walking at night. Remember that many camps are not fenced so animals may roam through camp at night.

Kenya wildlife code:

in the parks and game reserves the following wildlife codes should be observed.

  • Respect the privacy of wildlife you are in their habitat.
  • Beware of animals, they are wild and can be unpredictable.
  • Do not crowd the animals or make sudden noises  or movements
  • Do not feed the animals. It upsets their diet, imbalances the natural food supply and leads to human dependence.
  • Keep quiet. Noise disturbs wildlife and may antagonize your fellow visitors.
  • Stay in your vehicle at all times, except at designated picnic or walking areas but be careful. Recommended to ask for guides or rangers at the gate.
  • Keep below maximum speed limit (40kph / 25mph) .
  • Never drive off road as this severely damages wild habitat and destroys eggs of animals who lay them on the ground.
  • When viewing wildlife keep to a minimum distance of 20M and pull to the side of the road to allow others to pass.
  • Leave no litters and never leave fires unattended or discard burning objects including cigarettes.
  • Respect the cultural heritage of Kenya .Do not takes pictures of local people or their habitat without asking their permissions.
  • Respect the cultural tradition of Kenya and dress with decorum.
  • Stay over, camp (in designated areas) or leave before dust. Visitors must leave park by 6:30 pm.
  • Night game driving is not allowed in the parks. Night game drives are allowed In wildlife conservancies and sanctuaries at an additional cost in the company of wildlife rangers.