Heidi 的評分： 4
2004-02-04 11:15 來自香港的Heidi有以下留言：
As far as I know, there are still some differences between Kenya and Tanzania for tourists. 1) air ticket for Kenya should be cheaper; 2) less safety in Nairobi, Kenya (tourists are warned not to go out the streets at night); 3) No visa required by Tanzania for HKSAR passport holders; 4) safari facilities in Tanzania may not be as well as in Kenya coz Kenya has got much more tourists for safari. To me, I am much concerned of safety. Remember the bombing in Mobasa, in the east coast of Kenya, back in 2002 or 2003. A club was destroyed and many tourists were died or injured in the bombing.
richard 的評分： 4
2004-02-04 16:12 來自香港的richard有以下回應：
I have spent 2 days in Mombasa & the beaches. It did not make me feel dangerous. The beaches is very beautiful, but tourist is not much. Only some locals will come up to you and want you to buy some souvenirs from them. Near Mombasa, there are also some safari tours to Malindi.
In Nairobi, it is really not a good idea to get out at night. But in day time, it should not be a problem. Actually, you won't stay in Nairobi for much time since most of your time is spending on Safari and other activities which should not be in Nairobi.
Comparing the 2 countries, I found more tourists in Tanzania. Maybe most animals can been seen here in this season and trekking to Kilimanjaro is also a good time. Even the road to national parks (Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara) is much better than that of Kenya's.
From Nairobi to Mombasa and back, you can take a day train (around KSH3,000 for first class)or a day bus (Ksh500 for Akamba Bus).If you want to save time, you can take a night bus (Ksh600 for Akamba Bus)starting from 9:00pm and arrive around 6:00am. The road is not so good. If you want to sleep in the bus, it is not a good choice. Or you take the plane.
Heidi 的評分： 4
2004-02-03 14:43 來自香港的Heidi有以下留言：
Thanks for sharing so valuable information with me and others. Yup, I know that Serengeti National Park is the best place to see the animal migration in Tanzania. As I also want to go to the island – Zanzibar for diving, and my holiday is rather tight, so I can’t afford too much time in transport from Kenya to the northern and the eastern Tanzania. Most likely I will fly direct to Dar Es Salaam. However, there are not much info I have got so far especially information of local tour operators in Tanzania. I have read the Lonely Planet and also emailed and mailed my inquiry to those local travel operators written in the book. Unfortunately, all my emails have been bounced back and I have received only one reply from the travel operators I mailed to so far. Their price is around US$110 per day. Pretty high, isn’t it? In your message, you’ve mentioned to meet 2 HK girls in Serengeti National Park, and they had made advance booking in HK before they go. Can you give me their contacts if you have? I want to contact them to get more info. I really need some help here. However, it seems inappropriate to spend too much space here in this web to talk about my own travel plan. Since you’ve just returned from Tanzania/Kenya, I would like to get more info about your trip and your experience. Appreciated if you could contact me via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Anyway, so many thanks for your information shared.
Richard 的評分： 4
2004-02-03 09:58 來自香港的Richard有以下留言：
I have just came back from Tanzania & Kenya. If you want to go for a safari tour in Tanzania, I think Serengeti National Park (North Tanzania) is the most interesting place that you should not miss in this season. Most of the animal has returned back from Kenya for the annual migration. However if you want to get there in Sept/Oct, the migration has already started and most animals of Serengeti may have moved to Kenya side (Masai Mara National Park). There is not much price difference between choosing a tour operator before or after you arrive there since they have already had a common price, around USD85.00 per day for Safari (shared group). I have met 2 HK girls in Serengeti National Park. They told me that they had joined a local tour operator before they left HK and their cost is USD1,100 for 14 days for Tanzania & Kenya National Parks. Choosing tour operator there is more flexible. The main advantage of joining a local tour operator before you left HK is that they can pick you up directly in airport. There is now a direct flight (1 Hour stop in Bangkok) to Kenya (Kenya Airways) from HK and the cost is around HKD5,700. They have a joined network with Northwest and you can get flight mileage (around 10,000 Km)from Northwest. In Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (Nairobi,Kenya), they can drive you to Tanzania for around 4 - 5 hours. Crossing the border is easy and you don't need to pay any charge (or need any Visa) for entering Tanzania for HKSAR Passport. For Kenya, you can get Visa in HK in advance or get it when you arrive there. Price is same, USD50.00. Pls pay attention that in Tanzania, most tour operators don't accept credit card. If you don't have cash, they can take you to ATM (Barclay Bank) to get the advance cash by your MASTER/VISA card. The additional service charge plus interest will be around 5% of the amount you get. Lonely Planet is a very good guide book. I had it with me throughout my trip. Wishing you have a good trip!
2004-02-03 14:26 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
兩國 safari 可有大分別嗎？我想我將來會到肯亞一趟的。
Richard 的評分： 4
2004-02-04 19:02 來自香港的Richard有以下回應：
You have a very impressive website for us to sharing our experience to each others! We have to thank for your effort.
I spent most of my trip in Tanzania do trekking and Safari. Actually, I had visited your website before my trip and it gives me many useful information.
In Kenya, I have not joined any safari. I went to Lake Nakuru and Hell's Gate National Park by myself. Lake Nakuru is a place that you should not miss. In Tanzania, there is no such splendid view of flamingoes. You can ask a Taxi driver in Nakuru Town to drive you in for around Ksh2000 - Ksh3000 (3 hours). This does not include the park entering fee which is USD30 per person and your have to pay for the entrance fee of the car and the drivers (total Ksh400). You can also see white rhinoes in the park.
Hell's Gate National Park allows you to walk inside the park. Cycling is a very good way to explore the park. There is not much animals there. You can find Zebra, Impala, Warthog and some kind of very big mouse. The gorge inside the park quite worth a visit.
If you like water sport,swimming and diving, Mombasa is a place that you should visit. Confronting the Indian Ocean, the beaches there are very beautiful, with very soft, white sand.
Comparing the 2 countries, my experience is Tanzania is a bit better than Kenya. Their roads are better and towns are much cleaner than Kenya's. You can see rubbish anywhere in Kenya. I found much more tourists in Tanzania. Anyway, Kenya still worth a visit especially there is now a direct flight from HK to Nairobi !
2004-02-05 13:06 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
你還會再去非洲 safari 嗎？我很懷念 safari 的日子，到過其他如尼泊爾 safari 亦完全不能相比。我下次 safari 想去非洲南面國家如納米比亞、博茨瓦納和津巴布聿，不過肯亞還是要去的。
Richard 的評分： 4
2004-02-05 14:22 來自香港的Richard有以下回應：
I have the same feeling of you. Originally, my main purpose of my trip is to climb Kili. After the Safari, I have new experience on the wildlifes and would like to know about that. I think Africa is a place that is very attractive for those who like wildlifes. I won't miss it in my future travelling plan.
Heidi 的評分： 4
2004-02-02 17:13 來自香港的Heidi有以下留言：
Dear Web Master,
Thank you for providing a lot of useful information in the web. I am planning for a safari tour in East Tanzania this autumn. Unfortunately, there is limited inoformation of local safari tour agent info I can get so far. What is the better way to do with whether joining a local safari agent upon arrival or book the tour in advance? Can you introduce the safari agent you joined before? And how about the price of 3-4 days safari?
To other web browers,
I am planning to travel to East Tanzania (Dar Es Salaam and Zanibar Island) in this Sept or Oct for about 2 weeks. I am wondering if anyone are interested and like to join with me. Please contact me via email at email@example.com
2004-02-02 22:17 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
Pros and cons. Book in advance allows better planning. Join after arrival should be cheaper. Anyway, it makes no harm to ask quotations before you go. I picked my agent by sending mails to several agents listed in the Lonely Planet guidebook. My chosen agent has a web site. You can find it in 相關網頁 of my travel info page. Expects US$70-100 per day (2001 price) for shared safari.
林大有 的評分： 5
2004-01-24 14:06 來自台灣的林大有有以下留言：
2004-01-26 13:56 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
抱歉我手上那沒游隼的資料，我想你可到 Yahoo 試找 "游隼" 的網頁吧。
tenny 的評分： 4
2004-01-03 23:15 來自香港的tenny有以下留言：
I would like to ask some details about going to Kenya. My husband and I will go to East Africa, but mainly Kenya on Jan. We will join the local tour. The tour guide tells us need not to have any injection. Is that true? Do you know is the hygiene in Kenya better than Tanzania or not? And can you give me some details what medicine do we need to bring with us to the trip. Although your web-sites has provided some informations on this aspect, however I think it's not enough. Thanks for your attention.
2004-01-04 23:58 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
ㄚ紋 的評分： 5
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廖佩君 的評分： 5
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Richard 的評分： 4
2004-02-03 11:01 來自香港的Richard有以下回應：
There are many routes to get to the top of Kilimanjaro. You can choose the easiest route (Marangu route) which is common to most of trekkers. However you still have to beware of the mountain sickness and coldness as mentioned by the Web Master. Another important point is the protection of sunlight and UV light which will harm skin very much especially when there have excess snow in the mountain. You should also wear your sunglass in day time when you get down the mountain. Remember to bring along with enough water and some chocolates and high energy snack in you pack. A trekking pole is very useful especially for descend when you are already very tired. The real top of Kilimanjaro is Uhuru Peak(5,895M). But if you only get to Gillman's point (5,680M) by the Marangu route, you still can get the certificate of summiting the mountain. Allow 2 hours from Gillman's point to Uhuru Peak. During you ascent, you should keep your pace slowly and steady. Should you need a rest, stay there and keep going only when you have enough rest. I think persons with reasonable fittness should make it. Wishing you summit the mountain !
Rick 的評分： 5
2003-12-16 20:21 來自台灣的Rick有以下留言：
Rick 的評分： 5
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2003-12-15 23:07 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
Tammy Huang 的評分： 5
2003-12-14 23:21 來自Yi-lan, Taiwan.的Tammy Huang有以下留言：
My friends asked me to search for the information of the highest mountain in Africa---Jilimanjaro. I found your website by accident. It is so wonderful.
They plan to climb Jilimanjaro next year. Which month is the best one to climb it? And, if they have questions, I'll ask you. Please answer me by e-mail, ok?
It is so nice to get your website.
2003-12-15 11:00 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
較乾和較暖的一、二月是較佳的登山季節，六至九月亦少雨，但六、七月氣溫較冷。我上次一月去，很難想像原來赤道地區也會冷至 -10 度。
廖佩君 的評分： 5
2003-12-13 13:13 來自台灣的廖佩君有以下留言：
2003-12-15 08:19 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
PAN 的評分： 5
2003-11-22 00:06 來自台灣的PAN有以下留言：
這個月想去坦尚尼亞OR 肯亞 遍尋各團都找不到同好.始終無法出團. 在這裡看到了很多跟我一樣對東非有熱情的人很感動.
如果有機會.希望能在 坦 OR 肯亞 見到各位.如果有朋友想在12 OR 1月前去東非.可以E-MAIL 給我嗎? 也許可以結伴而行....
loe 的評分： 4
2003-11-08 22:37 來自台灣的loe有以下留言：