ARP Africa Travel, Ranger Safaris and Pollman’s Tours and Safaris are collectively known as the ARP Group. As a leading East Africa Destination Management Company, with over 90 years experience, we pride ourselves in providing a quality service, where safaris are memorable, educational and fun. Our operations are strategically located in Tanzania and Kenya, ideally suited to cater for any safari, beach or conference requirement. At a glance, a few of ARP’s assets include:
· London Sales and Marketing office.
· Offices in all major East Africa towns, destinations and airports.
· Networked operations and reservation system.
· Continual staff development and training programmes.
· An extremely knowledgeable and experienced team, with first class guides.
· Modern vehicles, ranging from 4x4 vehicles to luxury coaches . Modern workshops to maintain our modern fleet including satellite garages for any assistance during safari. IATA ticketing and travel agency in Mombasa.
Where we operate
- eSwatini (Swaziland)
- South Africa
- Beach Holidays
- Bird Watching
- Flying Safaris
- Mobile Safaris
- Mountain Climbing
- Riding Safaris
- Safaris - Fixed Camp
- Walking Safaris
- Air Charters
- Guided flying safaris
- Eco tourism
- Cultural activities
- Honeymoon safaris
Our Commitment to Responsible Tourism
In late 2007 Nia’s founder, Shezmin Madhani, spent three months in Nairobi, Kenya where she worked with vulnerable children in a school in Kenya’s largest slum, Kibera. The impact of little food and virtually no educational materials resulted in the students’ lack of participation in class activities. She watched bright young children who were eager to learn but were struggling due to their surroundings. The more time she spent with these children and the dedicated teachers that ran the school, the more her enthusiasm grew for projects which supported such children. After leaving Kenya, Shezmin regularly visited the school with the hope of one day being able to support these children. In April 2009, at the age of 23, Shezmin worked alongside UK donors and local Kenyan suppliers to launch a ‘Food Programme’. The aim of this programme was to provide the school with regular food supplies and educational materials to ensure children attended school daily, were healthy and active in class and gained a basic education. A year later in March 2010 she officially founded and registered Nia Children’s Foundation with the UK Charity Commission. In 2012, Duncan Mahangilu joined Nia Children’s Foundation as it’s Project Coordinator on the ground in Kenya. Duncan’s aim is to support the projects that the Foundation supports and lead new projects. Duncan has worked in the slums on educational projects for many years and dedicates a majority of his time to giving back to the local communities in which he lives. Together, Shezmin and Duncan aim to grow and expand the ‘Food Programme’ across more schools in Kenya.
29 October 2020
The last few months have brought challenges to all of us, especially those within the hardest hit industries of hospitality and tourism. Our best wishes are with you all as we continue to navigate these difficult times together and look forward to better days ahead.Read More
27 May 2020
The global pandemic has touched every life on the planet. This is no more evident than in counties where many already live at the edge of poverty.Read More
15 January 2016
ARP Travel Group launches Migration Safari with HerdTracker in 2016 ARP Travel Group has partnered with the innovative App “Herdtracker”, which gives accurate daily location of the wildebeest migration. For more details on these guided Migration focussed safaris, please contact us on email@example.com.”Read More
14 January 2016
Ranger Safaris has partnered with Paul Joynson-Hicks MBE to offer a special Photographic Safari & Clinic. This 2 week programme is designed for serious and amateur photographers that want to improve their photographic skills. The itinerary is packed with extended game drives, bush walks and cultural visits to give participants a large variety of photo opportunities. This is a scheduled departure operating on a shared basis with only three participants per vehicle to provide wi…Read More
13 November 2015
Serengeti Explorer Camp to reopen in mid-December 2015 in time for the herds reaching Southern Serengeti
Serengeti Explorer Camp to reopen in mid-December 2015 in time for the herds reaching Southern Serengeti Ranger Safaris is excited to announce the continuation of Serengeti Explorer Camp into 2016 and beyond. Serengeti Explorer Camp features 8 deluxe tents and 2 family tents, all en suite. Solar panels power 24 hour electricity and all new lounge and dining tents, combined with an already high standard of service provide an exceptional experience for our guests. The camp als…Read More
12 November 2015
ARP Travel Group launches Migration focussed Safaris with HerdTracker in 2016 We are pleased to announce that ARP Travel Group has partnered with the innovative App “Herdtracker”, which gives accurate daily location of the wildebeest migration. This unique app has revolutionised the way we can identify the location of the migration. It has been hailed as one of the top innovations in the safari industry. Ranger Safaris, Pollmans Tours & Safaris and Serengeti Explor…Read More
22 September 2015
ARP Travel Group given the honor to name Baby Gorilla “INDONGOZI” which means a “Leader” at Kwita Izina 2015 held at Rwanda on 5th September 2015
ARP Travel Group given the honor to name Baby Gorilla “INDONGOZI” which means a “Leader” at Kwita Izina 2015 held at Rwanda on 5th September 2015 (Pictured) Sanjay Gajjar, Ranger Safaris General Manager representing ARP Travel Group at Kwita Izina ceremony. One of 24 people only invited to name one of the newly born baby gorillas. A greater honour for our group ARP Travel Group was invited and honored to participate in Rwanda’s renowned annual gorilla…Read More