I'm also delighted to introduce you to Kenya's unique and popular attractions, including wildlife parks, historical monuments and museums, botanical gardens, art galleries, lakes and ocean beaches, entertainment joints, cultural villages and places, local shopping markets, and other areas of deep interest and information.
I'm a certified tour guide and wildlife biologist by academic qualification. For this reason, I strive very much to promote responsible/sustainable travel. I use part of the money raised from my tours to undertake independent environmental and wildlife research. I'm currently assessing species variety and abundance of African Grey Parrots in Kenya's Kakamega Forest. Such publications help me to positively contribute to Kenya's conservation and policy space, hence, these tours matter to me.
This has also seen me serve as a Coalition WILD ambassador for two years.
As nature and cultural ambassador, I offer commentary and factual information, which enables my clients to fully understand, enjoy, and experience Kenya's natural, social, historical, and cultural highlights. I also write articles on my blog, which, since 2018, has been nominated three times for awards.
I specialize in mid-budget and high-end private tours across Kenya and East Africa for holiday travelers, nature lovers, and bird watchers, honeymooners, first-time solo and group travelers, business travelers, and family excursions.
I design memorable and exclusive tours in Nairobi, Maasai Mara, Amboseli, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha, Hell's Gate, Serengeti, Ngoro Ngoro, Lake Manyara, Arusha, Zanzibar, Mombasa, Uganda, and Rwanda. This is mainly through ToursByLocals and my local travel company registered and operating in Kenya, Wild World Expeditions, which I started of passion for exploration and adventure. Before registering the Eco-travel company, I worked as a licensed freelance guide for various tour operators, which earned me a lot of experience and skills.
Please, feel free to book any of the amazing tours I have listed on this platform, or message me so that we can tailor-make one with you, from scratch.
Prices quoted on the listed tours are mid-budget to high-end travel experience with handpicked 4 to 5-star accommodation. Please get in touch for a low season bargain, lower-end accommodation or if you have already booked on your own.
Kenya is an amazing destination of choice for travelers who want to have a feel of true AFRICAN awakening spirit. Africa's endless natural, cultural, and social provisions blossom in this beautiful country. It stands out as an African hub for amazing wildlife safaris, adventure holidays, honeymoon vacations, and business travel. With endless choices, affordable comfort, favorable climate, mouth-watering local cuisines, amazing wildlife, booming socio-economic growth, and welcoming people and cultures, you have all the reasons to visit Kenya.
I love learning and picking vocabulary from my clients.
A Recent Review of this guide
Kevin was excellent on this tour. He was very flexible, and even made arrangements at the last minute when our incoming flight was cancelled. He was very knowledgable about Nairobi and would definitely recommend him
Certified tour operator in Kenya, number BN/2016/450729
Member of the Tourism Professional Association of Kenya.
Ecotourism champion 2015, Environment254 Awards
Environmental Blogger of the Year 2018 and 2019 Nominee, BAKe Awards
Wildlife Blogger of the Year 2018 Nominee, Terra Incognita International blog Awards
Speaker: Nature of Cities Summit, 2019, Paris France; UN FAO Symposium on Non-conventional Waters, 2019 Madrid Spain.
Global Judge: UN Young Champions of the Earth, 2019.
Graduate: Wildlife Conservation
CoalitionWILD Ambassador: 2018-2019
Post-graduate: Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit certification
1. Avifaunal species diversity and abundance along a gradient of landscape in Mau Ecosystem;
2. Impact of human-induced fish traps on the sustainability of fisheries in Kenya's Indian Ocean;
3. Assessing species diversity and abundance of African Grey Parrots in Kakamega forest, Kenya (current).