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East Africa Tailor-Made Safaris

Chameleon Holidays & Travel are specialists in arranging personalised safaris throughout East Africa. Whether you wish to see the famous sights of the Nile River and Masai Mara or visit the wild and remote corners we will be able to help you. Your experienced safari guide will be a highly skilled individual with knowledge and enthusiasm for the country, who will be eager to share this with you as you explore, be it in a camping style trip or a fully accommodated, luxury safari. We can assist you with planning a trip for two people or for a group of family and friends to ensure that your dream becomes a reality.

Please send us as much information as possible to allow us to understand your wishes. Information should include:

Dates of travel - if available or general time frame
Number of people in the group
Sights you would not want to miss
Level of comfort, (camping, accommodated or both)
Your expectations

The more information you can provide, the more accurate we will be in providing a service & itinerary that fits your needs.



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East Africa Tailor Made Safaris

  • 14 Day Masai Mara & Gorillas (Accommodated) (NAMG)


    This is a scheduled accommodated safari departing from Nairobi in Kenya and through the country"s most enchanting areas and national parks and continues on to Uganda for more thrilling experiences in parks; a tour concluding through more places in Kenya and finally Nairobi. A remarkable opportunity to track both chimps and gorillas - Accommodated

Associated with

Air Namibia Namibia Tourism Board Budget Car Rentals Tour and Safari Association

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Contact Details

Phone: (+264) 61 - 309387
Fax: (+264) 61 - 220885
Email: info@chameleonholidays.com
Facebook: Chameleon Holidays & Travel Windhoek, Namibia
Skype: chameleon.holidays

Visit us in Windhoek

5-6 Voigt Street North
Central Windhoek

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Chameleon Holidays & Travel
P.O. Box 6107
Windhoek
Namibia