11-Nov-2011 - Amal, Sweden, November 11, 2011

Just back in Sweden from another memorable visit to Kenya, Uganda and Zanzibar, I have to express my gratitude to the GoAfrica staff. During the last six years I have got assistance from GoAfrica more then ten times in arrangements of tours in East Africa. I have travelled alone, with my wife and with groups of 4-20 people. I myself and my groups have been picked up at places like Nairobi, Mombasa, Diani/Ukunda and Kisumu. The GoAfrica staff has arranged safaris, beach holidays, accommodation and tickets for regional flights. So far, neither I, nor my fellow visitors have had any complaints regarding the services provided by GoAfrica.

The staff has proved to be very innovative, responsive and flexible when it comes to preparation and execution of services. Through GoAfrica I have visited almost all game parks in Kenya and spent beach holidays at different locations both north and south of Mombasa. Some of these places I have learnt to know through the recommendation from the GoAfrica staff. For example, this is the case regarding Sweet Waters Sanctuary where we stayed at our last safari in October this year. This is an excellent place where to go if you want to have an "easy-going safari in a nut-shell" or to combine with other safari options! Otherwise, my ranking list of top safaris is: 1) a combination of Lake Nakuru/Masai Mara, 2) Tsavo East/Tsavo West, 3) Amboseli (not during drought periods). My wife rates Tsavo as number one!

When I express my appreciation of the GoAfrica staff, it includes Yvonne and Esther as managers, Maria and Kelvin at the office and all the guides/drivers. A special appreciation is given to Peter and Rashid, who have been our main guides. They have made it possible for us to register all ?Big Five? at every safari we have carried out. I would also like to recognize the value of the social commitment shown by GoAfrica. I have had the opportunity of visiting the Diani Children?s Village. I have contributed in the support to the Makobe School Special Unit for disabled children, where Esther and Yvonne are the driving forces. To me, this means that the GoAfrica enterprise has a vision that goes beyond the commercial objective of just providing services people interested in African wildlife.

Asante sana!
Holger Jonasson