ENAJA SAFARIS AND TOURS: WHO WE ARE

Ena Stackhouse

Ena Stackhouse

Founder; Trip Planner and Leader

After years of traveling the world and living in Europe, Ena made what she thought would be her one and only trip to Africa. On that trip she fell in love with the people and their cultures, the animals, and the myriad of sensory wonders that make Africa so special. Her travels became almost exclusively African, and soon friends and acquaintances began asking to go along. Ena’s love of the continent became infectious, and Enaja Safaris and Tours was born.

By getting to know you (your likes and dislikes, your interests, your previous travel experiences and your current expectations), Ena creates a customized trip to fulfill your dreams, keeping in mind your comfort and budget, as well as remaining committed to meeting the needs of her special-needs clients.

Ena’s many African friends offer opportunities for experiences not available on standard tours, and her personal experiences and knowledge of each camp and lodge assure a perfect match to your desires. So whether you want an action-based experience (such as climbing Kilimanjaro or trekking to see mountain gorillas) or prefer to just sit back and relax while you safely absorb the beautiful animals, people and landscapes that are unique to Africa, join her in making Africa an adventure all your own.

Patrick Nderitu

Patrick Nderitu

Partner and East Africa Coordinator

Patrick is our Partner in Kenya and handles all of the on-the-ground (and in the air) logistics in Kenya and East Africa. He has worked with Ena since before the company was founded. Patrick is reliable and knowledgeable, and he always ensures that guests are safe, happy, and having a great time.

Dack Stackhouse

Dack Stackhouse

Site Editor; Planning Assistant

Dack helps with updating itineraries to the website, proofreading (occasionally). He also provides humor and encouragement from time to time. In addition, he’s had the good fortune to travel with some of the larger groups when extra help is needed on the ground in East and South Africa. Most of the time, he teaches middle schoolers in North Carolina.

Call Ena to discuss all things Africa! (336) 408-0662