Karibu Vumbi Jeep Safaris Kenya

From the enormous wilderness of the savanna plains to the red soils of Tsavo, originates the word “Vumbi” in swahili meaning of dust, representing Kenya and it’s true meaning of adventure and culture.

Vumbi safaris is owned, run by a local Kenyan supported by a team of the finest experienced and most friendly drivers, tour guides and office crew who will accompany you through the adventurous itineraries. The team is highly trained and informed with much experiences speaking multiple languages giving your safari a worthwhile experience.

Vumbi jeep safaris offers you the authentic feel of original jeep safari which creates the adventurous excitement every safari-goer must have. We are based in Diani Beach, therefore all our itineraries depart from around and about Mombasa, Kilifi, Watamu and Malindi. All our itineraries can be reversed to departures from Nairobi upon inquiry.

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There is something about safari life that makes you forget all your sorrows and feel as if you had drunk half a bottle of champagne – bubbling over with heartfelt gratitude for being alive

Karen Blixen

Kenya Safaris

Kenya Safaris

Vumbi Jeep Safaris offer bespoke safari packages around the Kenya Game Parks and Reserves

Excursions & Extras

Excursions & Extras

From balloon safaris to dhow trips and adventure sports, Kenya offers a wide range of activities. Book excursions and extras with Vumbi Jeep Safaris.

Our Projects

Our Projects

Vumbi Jeep Safaris raise money and assist in building schools and orphanages in deprived areas of Kenya

Special Offers

2 Days Tsavo East Safari

2 Days Tsavo East Safari

2 Days Lions Bluff Safari

2 Days Lions Bluff Safari

3 Days Shimba Hills & Tsavo East Safari

3 Days Shimba Hills & Tsavo East Safari

3 Days Tsavo East & West Safari

3 Days Tsavo East & West Safari

4 Days Tsavo East & West and Amboseli Safari

4 Days Tsavo East & West and Amboseli Safari

7 Day Kenya Safari

7 Day Kenya Safari

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Kenya Wildlife Service
David Sheldrick Wildlife trust