Some words about Musa
Ole Musa is from the Maasai ethnic group and was born close to the Amboseli National Park. He initially joined the team as a security guard. He then joined the team as a trainee in the operations section and worked his way up to being in charge of reservations. He is a great outdoors personality, enjoys the wild and also has time for his family.
Musa and the others
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. Over the past few years we have done a lot of research and training to make this dream a reality. We are proud to be part of the group that pioneered the Bradt Travel Guide Book Access Africa by Gordon Rattray. It’s now our job to ensure we make your dream holiday possible.
We have made tremendous progress over the last years concerning disability awareness and many stakeholders in the industry have joined us in making Kenya and East Africa accessible for everyone.
Sometimes travel is much easier with someone who can help you with daily tasks, like dressing, shopping, changing money and getting around. For anyone who feels they need assistance along the way, our guided safaris/holidays with one of our trained team-members is ideal. Let us know in which areas you require assistance by our contact form, and we'll be there.
Africa possible for everyone
We have made tremendous progress over the last 10 years concerning disability awareness and many stakeholders in the industry have joined us in making Kenya and East Africa accessible for travelers with a disability. Our accommodation are carefully chosen so no need to worry. Our vehicles have easy access ramps to get on.