Cliff Boat Safaris is located in Nakuru National Park in Kenya, about a three-hour drive from the capital of Nairobi.
Yes, before embarking on your boat safari, we will present a safety briefing, and life jackets will be indicated for each passenger in an easy-to-reach location.
Yes, a safety boat operated by a coxswain is within the vicinity and rapid reach in case of any emergency. Furthermore, all safaris will be monitored by radio communication.
Yes, passengers are covered by insurance.
No, we do not allow smoking on the boat for safety reasons.
We’re always trying to ensure we leave the lightest footprint possible. We change fuel filters and regularly service our boats to ensure they run efficiently and cleanly. We also operate an electronic fuel injection four-stroke outboard because they are a lot more fuel efficient and environmentally friendly. We never fuel the boats on the water and do prior checks to ensure no spills or fractures in the tank.
We also try to cut the idle whenever possible so that you can enjoy the sounds of nature instead. Reducing our speed when approaching the jetty further avoids wake damage to the shoreline.
All waste materials and garbage are removed and disposed of responsibly. We also continuously train our crew and personnel about best practices in environmental matters.