Because we believe that the beauty of traveling isn’t just about going to new places, it is new viewpoints. It is the stories you hear, the mysteries you unravel and new friendships that you forge and the ones that remain unforgettable long after the sensation has withered. We gladly welcome and receive travelers from different parts of the world from different walks of life; what unites them is where they’re going.
Time is your most priceless resource, especially on a holiday; the reason why our trips are designed with balance in mind. The world’s a superbly wonderful place, and we want to do our bit to keep it that way. All it takes is just a little surge of self-cognizance and a light traipse. Sustainable travel doesn’t mean there’s no fun. Atleast it appeases the craving by realizing the desired adventure.
It doesn’t matter – where you are from, your age, preferences, relationship status – what actually matters is where you would like to go. Our mission is to provide the best travel experiences to everyone who desires. So it doesn’t matter whether you prefer a soft landing or a wild take-off, a discreet adventure or a cluster expedition, an exclusive travel collection or a simple package; Good Africa is here for you.
There’s something for everyone, just the way you want it. So we have a wide choice of adventures to suit every type of traveler – whether you are solo, set out just the two of you on your own escapade, traveling as a family or group; we will help you make it realizable.
Health and safety
G.A takes the health and safety of its travelers seriously and strives towards ensuring that trips are safe and enjoyable for every traveler.
Below are some guidelines:
All visitors to East Africa are obliged to provide health records. It’s therefore very essential for you to get health advice before you start out. Malaria is prevalent in certain parts of Kenya, particularly the coastal region and western Kenya. Nevertheless, visitors to Nairobi and the higher altitudes should also be take preventive treatment. Treatment should start one week before entering the country and continue throughout the duration of the visit and for six weeks thereafter. Anti-malaria tablets and any over the counter drugs can be purchased in chemists and pharmacies in major centers. Other prescription should include panadol (or any other effective pain reliever as headaches can be caused by the glare of the sun and fatigue). The appropriate tanning or sun-blocking lotion is also necessary. Main towns have good hospital care and Nairobi has excellent medical facilities.