The Safari and Conservation Company

African Based Travel Specialist

Magadi Tenting Centre, Seminary Road, off Magadi Road, Langata. P. O. Box 24576-00502, Nairobi, Kenya
Member Number: 202131 Tel: +254 721 579 999 / +254 722 203 109

The Safari & Conservation Company (SCC) was formed through the passion and experience of the Roberts and Dyer families, third generation Kenyans, who have lived and worked in Kenya, and been involved in tourism, wildlife management, aviation and conservation for the past 40 years.

SCC is the reservations office for Laragai House and Manda Bay. In addition to the properties, we offer ground handling services and personalized travel itineraries within Southern and East Africa.  We offer privately guided trips  with either one of the directors of the Company or with accomplished private guides within the region you wish to travel in.  Whether it be horse riding, gorilla trekking or visiting remote and unusual destinations, we have a large network of contacts to build customised itineraries.   

As a conservation-based company, SCC strives to bring awareness and respect to the fragile eco-systems in which we operate and our responsibilitiy to showcase and offer support to these organizations.  With this in mind, all our itineraries focus on providing our guests with the best Africa can offer, not just wildlife but also specialising in providing safaris that are unique and have a real air of ‘adventure’  and 

SCC is a member of ATTA and Eco-tourism and is a fully insured and licensed ground handler.

Where we operate

  • Botswana
  • Congo, Democratic Republic
  • Ethiopia
  • Kenya
  • Namibia
  • Rwanda
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe
  • Zanzibar

Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Ballooning
  • Beach Holidays
  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing
  • Flying Safaris
  • Mobile Safaris
  • Mountain Climbing
  • Photography
  • Riding Safaris
  • Safaris - Fixed Camp
  • Camel Safaris
  • Walking Safaris
  • Air Charters
  • Guided flying safaris
  • Eco tourism
  • Cultural activities
  • Honeymoon safaris


04 June 2019

Join the Lewa-Borana Landscape Game Count safari in Kenya

The Safari & Conservation Company (SCC) is partnering again with the Lewa-Borana Landscape to create a special safari around the 2020 Game Count. This safari is taking place in February. This safari is taking place in February 2020 and includes The Emakoko, Borana Lodge, Lewa Wilderness, Saruni Mara and Manda Bay.

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10 July 2018

Lewa-Borana Game Count safari goes ahead to bring guests closer to conservation in Kenya

The Safari & Conservation Company is proud to be working together with dedicated conservation organisations and luxury lodges across Kenya to bring like-minded and interested guests to learn more about conservation efforts to protect wildlife and landscapes across Kenya, as well as giving guests exclusive access to the Lewa-Borana Game Count.

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24 April 2018

The Safari & Conservation Company introduce the '1 + 1 = 2 Protect' Scheme

The Safari & Conservation Company includes guests in their commitment to conservation in East Africa through their new ‘1+1 = 2 Protect’ Scheme

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31 January 2018

The Safari & Conservation Company has moved office

The Safari & Conservation Company (SCC), which is based in Kenya, has moved to a different office space within the Magadi Tenting Centre, off Magadi Road in Nairobi. The previous office space, which was shared with one of our properties (Manda Bay), became too small after the hiring of new staff members, including a new Marketing Manager and Office Support, for what we expect to be a highly active 2018.

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08 October 2014

Borana & Lewa Drop their fence to form Kenya's largest Rhino Sanctuary

A First for Conservation in Kenya: Two Private Rhino Sanctuaries Remove Fence to Form the Biggest Rhino Sanctuary in the Country The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and its western neighbour Borana Conservancy are to drop the fence separating the two properties to form 93,000 acres of prime black rhino habitat The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Borana Conservancy will embark on the process of removing the fence separating the two areas to create one conservation landscape for the benefit of the crit…

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