Visit Africa Limited
Visit Africa Limited is a long established company catering for visitors who wish to stay in superior safari lodges, luxury tented camps and hotels. The company is a family run business Managed by Lewis de Souza who has vast experience in various fields of Tourism in Kenya. Lewis who was born in Nairobi and raised on the fringes of Kenya's Tsavo West National Park (fondly called the "the heart of wildlife" by wildlife lovers) in Kibwezi. In April 1984 Visit Africa was incorporated with Lewis’s daughter Heather-Gail de Souza who is also a lover of the wild, Heather completed her Masters degree at The University of Surrey, UK, and has had worked in various countries including the Middle East and United Kingdom.
A company that prides itself on a strong reputation for quality and reliability built up over many years of delivering the highest level of customer service and care.
All safaris are operated with modern, specifically designed and constructed safari vehicles, all have experienced driver guides, each vehicle is in radio contact with other vehicles so they can get you to areas where game has been spotted and to keep in touch with our office in Nairobi. You can visit the Masai Mara, Amboseli or Tsavo or even Ngorongoro, Serengeti, Selous in Tanzania. Whatever you choose you can be assured of tip top service and quality all the way. Your accommodation whilst of safari will be in some of the very best available, whether it be a lodge constructed to blend in with the surroundings of African Architecture or in luxury tented accommodation you won’t be disappointed. You can also experience Kuhama which in English translates to Move’ a mobile luxury camp that is pitched where the animals are for the season, offering you all the comforts & amenities. Spending the night in a tent in Africa is an unforgettable experience.
The company has a philosophy of supporting sustainable tourism and is a keen follower of the Kenyan conservation movement. It firmly believes that the world as inherited by our parents and must be protected for the benefit of our children and their children.