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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS)

1) What does the cost of Safari include?

Most of the safari prices include transport from and back to the place of commencement of tour, accommodation and meals while on safari, park entrance fees, services of English speaking driver/guide, drivers daily allowance and in the case of camping tours, campsite fees and cooks allowance.

2) Are the company cars insured? Are they well maintained?

The Eriksen Adventure has a policy of keeping a fleet of vehicles that are not older than four years. The insurance policy for these motor vehicles is comprehensive and the cars are well serviced to ensure that they are able to take our clients safely to their destinations and back over the rough Africa terrain.

3) What is the mode of payment?

Payment is either by travellers checks, swift bank transfer or cash in local currency or easily convertible international currencies. We do accept the major credit cards but attracts a 5% surcharge.

4) Could you please explain the kind of hotels your clientele are accommodated while in the cities?

Depending on the accommodation required we make arrangements for your stay in five star establishments, four star hotels and three star lodgings. In cases of budget accommodation in economy class hotels please note that there is no guarantee on your securing a room. Most of these city hotels are based on bed and breakfast and include taxes. Our prices do not include accommodation in the city so please advise us to make reservations for you before your arrival.

5) What languages do your tour guide drivers communicate in? Is it possible to request for a driver/guide who speaks a specific language?

All our driver/guides speak English. However it is possible to arrange for a guide that speaks an alternative language such as Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese and Chinese at an extra cost.

6) What does one need to bring on a camping safari?

Each and every person on a camping safari should come with the following items: -

  • Light walking shoes,

  • Sleeping bags,

  • Light clothing for the warm days,

  • Warm clothes for the chilly evenings,

  • Personal spending money,

  • Films for whole duration safari

  • Flashlight and batteries,

  • Sunburn ointment

  • Mineral water

  • Mosquito repellant

  • Toiletries

 
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