Safiri Nasi means Travel with Us

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Established in 2017, Safiri Nasi is a Limited company based in East Africa, Kenya. With a team of youthful, experienced professionals and creative team we design customized itineraries in the East African region for groups and individual travelers. We cut across all budgets with diverse product offering. Whether you are looking for white sand beaches, the wilderness, Mountain trekking, day trips or extreme sports we will make it happen.
We are active member of Tour operator society of Kenya (TOSK) with diverse mutual relations with tours and travel companies in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania enabling us organize satisfactory itineraries to our clients in the Region.
Strategically based in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, we offer tours in the East African Region of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Our extensive destination knowledge combined with promptly attending to your enquiries enables Safiri Nasi to create unforgettable journeys. The long-standing relationships with local suppliers assure the smooth processing throughout all stages and a unique holiday at a competitive price.
Regardless of your budget, we can guarantee that the price will be fair and every dollar will be invested in the quality and smoothness of your safari in order to provide you with an experience that just can’t be matched.
Safiri Nasi Vision
To be innovators and leaders in the concepts of tours and travel, hotel bookings, conference and team building, while positioning ourselves as the best tourism company in the East African Region, being recognized for our professionalism and high quality products.
Safiri Nasi Mission
Provide our client’s enjoyable and unforgettable travel experiences, with services that exceed expectations, while contributing to our sustainable tourism destinations and community Social Responsibility.
Safiri Nasi Values
– Direct, Open and speedy communication
– Teamwork
– Flexibility and willingness to accept change
– Recognizing and learning from mistakes
– Risk-taking
– Quality care
Safiri Nasi Community Social Responsibity:
At Safiri nasi, we/ believe in the right of future generations having a healthy environment and natural resources that contribute to a better quality of life. No matter where you go or how you travel, you will have an effect on the environment and the people you visit. Our company also believes that you can have a more authentic and meaningful trip when sustainable tourism practices are applied.
Why Book With Safiri Nasi?
  1. Quality and service
At Safiri Nasi, quality and service go hand-in-hand. We do our utmost to ensure that these two hallmarks are met at every step of your journey. To help achieve these core values, we closely monitor client satisfaction and are consistently seeking new ways to exceed our clients’ expectations.
  1. A personal touch
From first contact, through the duration of your stay, and until you are safely home again, we are with you. You will know your personal travel consultant both by name and by face, as we make it a practice to greet our clients personally and occasionally go through the entire trip.
  1. Friendly and knowledgeable staff
Since we began in 2017, we’ve created unforgettable travel experiences in the East African region for thousands of clients from all over the world. That’s down to the quality of our people. Our staff members have extensive and firsthand knowledge of the region and are passionate about what they do.
  1. Local expertise
It is vital to us that you have a memorable and authentic experience with our holidays. In line with the expectations we have for our staff, we select only local suppliers that are friendly, reputable and have in-depth local knowledge.
  1. Save time and effort
Researching and organizing your own holiday can be a stressful task. Let us do the work for you! By choosing Safiri Nasi, you can save both time and money by booking all of your itinerary services directly with a specialised local agency.
  1. Tailor-made holidays
Designed with you in mind, our packages can be tailored or built completely from scratch to suit your needs. Our experienced travel experts have the resources at hand to make your dream holiday a reality. Why not contact us with your ideas?
  1. You’re in good hands
While on your journey, help is never out of reach. There is always a staff member on call 24/7 to handle any unforeseen situations, and we do our best to respond to emails and voicemail as soon as possible during our regular office hours. We also provide a temporary mobile phone with selected tours.
  1. Legitimacy
Safiri Nasi is a fully licensed tours and travel agency approved by the local authorities. And as a member of Tour Operators Society of Kenya (TOSK), we are held up to a high level of standards and practices. If you want a firsthand account of how we operate, just take a look at our customer reviews!

Important Travel terms you should know

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Travelling is everyone’s hobby. Well, most people at least. Why do I say this? 90% of the people I have come across and we got talking about hobbies, you can bet that travelling was first on the list. I am a travel guru and a self-confessed travelling addict. They say that the first step to recovery is acceptance right? Well, I have accepted, and the best part of this addiction is that it’s actually good for you and you need not recover from it. I like posting pictures on Instagram and Facebook that I take at travel destinations. Most comments and private messages I get are from people wanting to know where I took those pictures and how they can go there themselves. Even the people that I didn’t think would be willing to spend any money for a holiday.
A friend of mine once said to me that he lives vicariously through my pictures feed and wouldn’t mind living my life. If only he knew that he can easily have the same experiences as I have. I call it lack of information/awareness, which I will talk about another time. (You can hold me to this.)
Having concluded that travel is everyone’s hobby (or a substantial number of people at least), one would ask themselves why people do not travel more often. There definitely is a reason. There are various terms used in travel, and until you understand them, you will not be able to tell a good deal from a raw one. If you misunderstand the terms, you might find yourself in trouble and the bad experience is enough to make you lock up your travel dreams and throw away the key.
I want to define these terms for you in layman’s terms. Once you understand them, you will be able to make sound decisions while making your travelling plans. Hospitality providers, Tour operators and agents will also benefit as they will handle an already educated clientele 🙂


1. Per Person Sharing
This is a very common term. I am sure you have come across it in your search for a holiday package. Most hotels/agents use it while selling their products. They will use acronyms as well, e.g. PP (per person), PPPN (per person per night), PPS (per person sharing) – For instance, if a double room costs 10,000 per night, the price per person sharing will be 5,000.
Per person sharing simply means, the amount each person pays when sharing a room or a service.


2. Single Supplement
This sounds like the price you pay for being single or a lone ranger:) It’s the amount charged on top of the ‘per person sharing’ price. Once you pay the supplement, you are entitled to stay in a room alone or get the service exclusively. Does it make sense? Yes it does! Supposing Hotel X charges 5,000 per person sharing per night, this means 2 people in that room will pay 5,000*2=10,000. If you are single, they require you to add a supplement of 30%. I.e. 5,000+30%=6,500. A room that would have fetched the hotel 10,000, is given to only one person at 6,500. Mind you, most hotels do not have rooms designated for single occupancy. Most rooms have the same amenities.


3. Flying Package
Like the name suggests, it’s a getaway that involves flying. Whenever you come across this term in a package, you should know return flights are inclusive.


4. Return Airport Transfers
During my years in travel, I have come across so many people who misunderstand this term. Transfer means being ferried from the airport or bus terminal – or a particular point that your sourced transport can’t go beyond – to the accommodation facility. The word return means take back to the original point. Do not confuse Return Airport Transfers with Flying Package.


5. All-Inclusive
This term confuses many people and is wrongly used in many cases. The term has two meanings, depending on when it’s used; in a hotel setting or a safari setting.
In a hotel setting, All-Inclusive means you can have all you can eat and all you can drink. You are entitled to breakfast, lunch, dinner, 10 o’clock and 4 o’clock tea and snacks, soft and selected alcoholic drinks. Most hotels will offer unlimited drinks at the bar between 11 Am and midnight.
In a safari setting, the term is used when the price mentioned caters for every item listed in the itinerary/program.


6. Half board
This simply means that you’re entitled to two meals per day, mostly breakfast and dinner.
When you travel to a place and want to engage in activities such as excursions, city tours etc., it only makes sense to book your stay on half board.


7. Full board
This entitles you to three meals per day, breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you travel to a park or a place with no restaurants nearby, be sure to book your stay on full board.