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Wild Kenya Safaris Opens New Sales And Tourist Information Center In The Heart Of Diani

July 3, 2013 Tour Operator 1 Comment Email Email

Wild Kenya Safaris, a reputable provider of Safaris in Kenya, is pleased to announce their new Sales and Tourist Information center in Diani Beach.

The center, which is located in the heart of Diani will be an easy access spot for travelers wanting information about Tours and Safaris around Kenya.

Shazaad Kasmani (right) in the new 'Wild Kenya Safaris' Safari and Tourist Information Centre in Diani, Kenya.

Shazaad Kasmani (right) in the new ‘Wild Kenya Safaris’ Safari and Tourist Information Centre in Diani, Kenya.

Wild Kenya Safaris selected the Nakumatt Shopping Center for it’s new sales front, making it an easy access point for travelers. “Wild Kenya Safaris new sales and information Center will help travelers make better informed decisions about their Kenyan holidays and activities” said Shazaad Kasmani, Wild Kenya Safaris Managing Director and Kenya Wildlife Services honorary warden. “The new center will also serve as a tourist information point in Diani” added Shazaad.

The new Wild Kenya Safaris center officially opened it’s doors to the public on 10th June 2013 and is overwhelmed by the response from travelers. “The new shop has a simplified yet chic natural feel, with breathtaking wildlife photographs displayed” commented one traveler.

The center, which offers a modern and cozy atmosphere and is flavored with “safari experiences” that have been captured over the different safaris, offers Holiday Services which include Beach Hotel and Cottage Reservations, Road and Air Safaris, Exciting Day Excursions like the ‘Wasini Dolphin Trips’; Bird Watching on the Ramisi River, Beach and Cultural Village Trips on mountain bikes, Scenic Microlight flights along the coastline, Fishing, Diving and much more.

A fabulous contemporary boutique also compliments the “safari shop” for the high-fashion traveler. With hand-crafted semi precious jewelry collections as well as trendy designer beach clothing & trinkets, the passer-by cannot help but step into a world of color and splendor.
The new Wild Kenya Safaris center also serves as the South Coast representative for the MCTA (Mombasa & Coast Tourist Association) and the conservation organization “Friends Of Tsavo Trust”.

Wild Kenya Safaris is owned by Shazaad Kasmani, an honorary warden of the Kenya Wildlife Serves; Shazaad has been active in the fight against poaching. Shazaad is also a professional wildlife photographer and his work has at many times been selected by conservation organizations like the East African Wildlife Society and various travel magazines.

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  1. Ayesha Jain Kasmani says:

    Bravo!Congratulations!Wishing both of you lots of luck and success in your exciting and creative venture.Very nice write up!Mummy

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