Let's Go Travel
Let's Go Travel is one of the leading Tour and Travel operators in Kenya and East Africa and also an IATA air ticketing agent. Let's Go Travel offers their wealth of experience and knowledge to help plan your holiday and travel. They can assist you with your air travel and ticket into Kenya and the rest of East Africa.
There are a huge variety of safaris with various types of transport, accommodation and experiences throughout Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zanzibar and also Rwanda. They show a selection of the possible options to help plan a fabulous holiday or adventure.
Visit www.uniglobeletsgotravel.com to find out more.
Safaricom Limited is Kenya's current leading Mobile Telephone Operator. It was formed in 1997 as a fully owned subsidiary of Telkom Kenya. In May 2000, Vodafone group Plc, the worlds largest Telecommunication company acquired a 40% stake and management responsibility for the company. Safaricom's aim is to remain the leading Mobile Network Operator in Kenya.
In order to achieve this, a strong focus has been placed on quality of service to our customers. Safaricom is and will continue implementing best practices based on Vodafone's vast international experience and Telkom Kenya's unique knowledge of the Kenyan market conditions. The result of this will ensure a superior quality of service that is customer focused and will benefit every subscriber.
With our fast growing subscriber base, we now have over 520 employees so as to keep up with this fast growing industry. Safaricom has also opened 6 retail shops countrywide. The retail shops are located in Nairobi (3), Mombasa, Kisumu & Nakuru. Plans are also underway to open more retail shops in other major towns within the country. We also have a countrywide dealer network to handle distribution and selling of Safaricom services and products.
Safaricom is the main sponsor of the annual Safaricom Marathon on the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
Safarilink is an established airline with an experienced management team, specifically providing air services for the tourist visitor to Kenya. From Wilson Airport, Nairobi, Safarilink provides a network of inter connecting scheduled services to the main 'safari' tourist destinations of Amboseli, Tsavo, Chyulus, Naivasha, Nanyuki, Lewa Downs, Samburu, Masai Mara, Lamu, Kiwayu, Diani and Kilimanjaro. If schedule timings are not convenient, Safarilink can provide charter flights to suit our clients needs throughout Kenya and East Africa.
As part of its ongoing corporate social responsibility programme, Safarilink donates $5 for each passenger into or out of Lewa to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, which in turn protects the wildlife and habitat with the support of community conservation and development programmes in the value of wildlife. So every time you fly Safarilink, you are making a contribution to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy!
Another initiative Safarilink is involved in includes an indigenous tree planting exercise on the foothills of Mt. Kenya National Reserve in conjunction with the Bill Woodley Mt. Kenya Trust. The project is aimed to offset the carbon emissions from our aircraft and hence minimize our operational impact on the environment. Apart from making Safarilink the only carbon neutral airline in Kenya, the project will help re-forestation of the Mt. Kenya region, which is a vital water catchment area.
In August 2009, Safarilink started scheduled flights into Diani on Kenya’s South Coast. As part of our on- going support of conservation projects in areas where we operate, Safarilink has partnered with the Diani beach based Colobus Trust, by donating a fee of each passenger ticket we sell on our Diani service. Safarilink has also donated a ‘tuk-tuk’ vehicle to collect tourists from their hotels to take them to the Colobus Trust to learn about the coastal ecosystem and the work of the Trust.
Sandstorm bags and accessories are hand made in Kenya from top-quality, water-resistant, safari grade canvas and cow hide. The rugged style of bags makes them ideal for hard-wearing, adventurous travel.
As a Kenya based manufacturing company, Sandstorm takes keen interest in supporting the local communities and ecosystems which make it such a special pace. Sandstorm has agreed to help promote and sponsor Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
Sandstorm will make a contribution of $1 to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy for every bag they sell worldwide.
For more information about Sandstorm see www.sandstormbags.com.