Together we all have over 20 years experience in tourism and hospitality industry.
It has been a long time dream for us to create opportunities for travelers with a disability to enjoy the beauty and diversity
of this part of the world – our home. We operate in Kenya, Tanzania and Zanzibar.
We are planning to expand to Uganda and Rwanda next year.
Im Februar 2012 begleitete unser Redaktionsteam eine kleine Gruppe mit behinderten und nicht behinderten Urlaubern auf
einer Reise nach Kenia. Ziel war die rollstuhlgeeignete Villa Kusini an der Südküste, etwa 500 Meter Luftlinie vom feinsandigen Strand des Diani Beach entfernt.
Der Kontinent Afrika ist auf der Reiselandkarte von Menschen mit Behinderung meist noch ein schwarzer Fleck. Zu Unrecht.
Fahrten mit unbequemen Jeeps, Camping in unwegsamem Gelände und mangelnde medizinische Versorgung - so stellen sich viele
Menschen Reisen in Afrika vor.
It all started with a Google search for "accessible safaris in Africa". Once my fiancee and I found the company "Go-Africa"
and contacted Yvonne, everything just seemed to come together so smoothly. From the first email to the day we left she was there for us
Contrary to what most people might think – and what I would have said years ago,
a safari IS a real option for people with limited mobility. Since I first returned to Africa as a chair user
I've never doubted the need for this guide, and now, after putting it together – despite the dilemmas –
I’m even more convinced of this. [...]
Go Africa Safaris is proud to be featured in Access Africa, a Bradt's Travel Guide for people with limited mobility. This new guidebook makes African safaris possibe for everyone, irrespective of physical ability. In Part One, planning and preparation is discussed, health issues are covered in depth and transport - including procedures in airports - is thoroughly explained.
Specialised agents and operators in Africa are listed, useful equipment is suggested and tips and advice from other travellers are given. Part Two deals with [...]
No matter what part of the world you call home, when planning a travel itinerary you first want to make sure
the inhabitants of the country you’ll be visiting have a friendly disposition toward visitors.
And if you'll be travelingin a wheelchair, you must ascertain in advance the level of accessibility
you can expect on your arrival. [...]
INTERNATIONAL LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE
Access all AREAS (Words: Lynn Nicholson)
Everyone at some point in their life has wanted to go on Safari, to experience new cultures and
a different way of life, and with Go Africa Safaris you can no matter what your circumstances.
The main focus of their business is to organize holidays to Kenya and Tanzania for the more mature traveler
and for those with a disability, that said, they also organize holidays for the more able bodied
NEW PATHWAYS - MAR/APR 2008
Our Dream Safari Came True!
Sue Wheatcroft is full-time carer for her friend Vicky Eller, 51, from Chesterfield, who was
diagnosed with MS in 1989. Vicky now has progressive MS and is able to stand for only a few
seconds but that did not stop her from having a safari holiday of a lifetime.
HANDICAPPED ROLLSTUHL KURIER - 1/2009 (MAR 2009)
Urlaub in Kenya, Villa Cusini
Famille Steffen Klibler besitzt ein Ferienhaus in Kenia, das rollstuhlgeeignet umgebaut wurde, weil der
Bruder von Herrn Kobler selt über 20 Jahren im Rollstuhl sitzt. Viele andere Rollstuhlfahrer haben in
diesem Haus inzwischen ihre Ferien verbracht.