+254 735 204 519 info@conquestadventures.co.ke
+254 735 204 519 info@conquestadventures.co.ke

About Our Team



ConQuest Adventures Ltd Birdwatching|Bird Photography and Wildlife safaris are guided, our guide is a very important component of the tour. There are many companies offering escorted safaris, but few use full-time guides.

ConQuest Adventures Ltd has a group of professional guides, expert birders who spend their whole year guiding  groups around East Africa (Kenya Tanzania and Uganda)

We believe that a guide can make or break a tour and so we invest time and effort to ensure that we have chosen correctly. Our guide main job is to make sure you enjoy your holiday and see and photography wildlife. Our guides are not taking their annual holiday but are well paid, highly motivated, and dedicated professionals who are there for you and you alone. They love sharing their knowledge, and do so with passion and humor, making your whole safari seamless and interpretive from day one  to the last day

ConQuest Adventures Ltd tour guides are excellent all-round naturalists, who have a very deep knowledge about other groups of animals too (insects, trees, culture reptiles, etc.) that add an important factor to the tour itself. It is through their trained eyes that you will best understand the wonders of  Africa’s nature that you are witnessing; through the sharing of his knowledge that you will get a real feeling for the safari.

We also use the very best local community guides, in most of the birding destinations across the region to make sure our birdwatching|wildlife and bird photography and overall experience is the best we can pull off



Guides Qualities

  • Their practical knowledge is vast both in identification and driving
  • Quick at spotting the Lifers
  • Outstanding field naturalist with exceptional talent
  • Core, steel, luminous intelligence, well informed
  • The mutual interest of our beloved African bush
  • Good language skills and grasp of conservation issues
  • Experience and knowledge is huge, much of grew from years of team fieldwork