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At Albatros Travel we have a passion for travel and making sure your holiday is as enjoyable and memorable as possible.

From the moment you make your first enquiry, to the time when you are looking through your holiday pictures and reliving the best moments - and everything in between - we'll be there making sure your trip with Albatros Travel exceeds all of your expectations.

Sasha Taylor

General Manager

About me

Being born and raised in Kenya has given me a strong passion for nature, the environment and all things wildlife. I was lucky enough to visit the tiny, but incredibly beautiful country of Rwanda – the “land of a thousand hills”, visiting Kigali, Nyungwi Forest, Lake Kivu and of course the once in a lifetime experience of spending a magical hour with the gorillas made this one of the most fantastic experiences of my life and something which I feel is a must for any wildlife enthusiast. The kindness and sincerity of the Rwandan people was overwhelming and I would recommend this as one of the most incredible and memorable experiences money can buy.

Sasha recommends

It is of course imperative to treck the gorillas when visiting Rwanda or Uganda, however both countries have so much more to offer, from the colobus monkeys in Nyungwi Forest to the sites of an active volcano bubbling away which can be seen from the shores of Lake Kivu, ensuring that you take your time exploring both of these spectacular countries which have so much to offer will leave you with impressions and memories that will last a lifetime.

Sian Cattermole

Website and Social Media Manager

About me

Born and bought up in Kenya and being a third generation Kenyan really drives my passion for promoting this amazing country. My whole working life has been spent in tourism and seeing the industry grow is fantastic. I was educated in the UK before embarking on a Nairobi to Cape Town (and back!) safari - a life changing experience that fuelled my love for travel. Having seen many places in Africa there really is no place that has the diversity of landscapes or the variety of cultures like Kenya. It really is a country with something for everyone.

Sian recommends

I always try and encourage visitors to think outside the box. Tsavo East is an amazing place the landscape is breathtaking and the wildlife viewing opportunities fantastic. Northern Kenya is also home to many treasures including the white sands of the Shaba Reserve which are truly beautiful. And my all-time favourite place is the Kenyan coast ...  somewhere that everybody should experience for themselves.

Caroline Nyawira

Uganda & Rwanda Tours

About me

I was born, brought up and educated in Kenya. When I started out in tourism it was as a stop-gap to 'bigger and better' things. It only took me a week to realise it doesn’t get better than this and seven years later – I am still hooked!

I am driven by the desire to build sustainable tourism in every aspect of the industry. The attractions of east Africa are so numerous- there is always a new jewel to discover and relish.

Caroline recommends

East Africa is amazing whichever part you choose to visit  - but I always encourage people to incorporate a little bit of culture into their stays and take enough time at each place to have an actual feel for the people who live there. A truly amazing safari – in my opinion – is 50 percent great attractions and 50 percent amazing people! I do however, have a special place in my heart for the coastal destination of Lamu with its rich culture, history and great beaches, as well as Lake Bogoria –for its hot springs and geysers and the enchanting views of the eastern wall of the Great Rift Valley. Of course, the incredible gorillas of Uganda and Rwanda are simply unmissable - these creatures are my favourite animals and everyone should go and see them!