About Napenda Africa

Our Strategy

On our part, we have committed a dollar a day from all safaris booked to go towards a community project which you will be part of. Be a part of something special; visit the needy children, help out however you can, play with the kids and socialize with them.

Our Mission

Our mission is to make sure that you ask for more. We will make sure that you wake up to the roar of a lion in Amboseli, witness the magnificent wildebeest migration in Masai Mara or Serengeti, meet Masai warriors, basically our mission is  to make sure that you enjoy every second of our services.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be the best at what we do. We want to stand out within the very many tourism companies. We are the best at what we do and we want to keep it that way in the long run.We want to create a unique travel experience for our clients’ whilst promoting volunteer opportunities that improve the life of the African Child and the environment.

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Tanzania’s Ruaha National Park

Tanzania’s second largest park covering an area of over 13,000 square kilometers and the world’s largest elephant sanctuary; it is peaceful and spectacular in its untouched wilderness; wildlife include elephant, Buffalo, giraffe, cheetah, Lion, leopard, a wide variety of antelope including the Greater and Lesser Kudu and Roan and Sable antelopes; there are also over […]

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Rwanda’s Lake Kivu

It lies between the border of Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda, Lake Kivu is also close to the gorilla – tracking center of rubengeri the largest of numerous fresh water bodies that shimmer in the valleys of Rwanda. It has a variety of bird life including; flotillas of pelicans, malachite king fisher hawks. It […]

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Uganda’s Murchison National Park

Located on over 3,840 square kilometers, it is the largest park in Uganda. It is also most famous for its scenic beauty, the waters of the Nile storm turbulently through narrow cervices 7m in diameter, to crash 45m below into foam of roaring cascades. It is found approximately 350kms North West of Kampala, the river […]

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