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Kenya safari

Excellent year-round game viewing

A Kenya safari can be as simple or as diverse as you like. All tours start with your arrival in Nairobi; most need an overnight stay at one of the city’s accommodations.

The first destination on the list of any Kenya safari is the Masai Mara, home to the seasonal wildebeest migration as well as excellent year-round game viewing. Second in popularity is Amboseli National Park, perhaps most famous for its postcard views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Fast claiming the attentions of safari-goers are the private conservancies of the Mount Kenya area and Laikipia Plateau, home to great game viewing and multi-activity safaris.

And with its own glittering Indian Ocean coastline, combining a Kenya safari with a beach holiday is as simple as a short plane journey and minibus transfer. We also have Kenya and Tanzania combination safaris, ensuring you see the very best of East Africa. Browse our recommended Kenya safaris below or simply contact us for advice on the best itinerary for your needs and budget.

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TOP EXPERIENCES

Perfect safari and beach destination

1. See the Great Migration

Kenya’s legendary Masai Mara greets the arrival of the herds with crocodile-infested rivers, big cats, hyena packs & wild dogs – it’s nature at her most dramatic.

2. Ride a Hot Air Balloon

Watching the sun rise over the African savannah is a sight never forgotten; enjoy it from 1000 feet up & come down for a champagne breakfast. A must-do in migration season!

3. Live ‘Out of Africa’

Looking for a candle-lit tented camp set under flat-topped acacias? Kenya is where it all began – luxurious, old-world accommodation with private butlers, afternoon tea & silver service.

4. Hit the Beach

Home to dazzling beaches packed with activities & offering superb diving, Kenya is perfect for a safari & beach holiday. Choose between family resorts, romantic lodges & exclusive islands.

5. Check out Kilimanjaro

Africa’s iconic peak stands in Tanzania but the best views are enjoyed from Kenya’s Amboseli Park. You’ll sit back to good game viewing too.

6. Have a Breakfast

Kenya travel usually needs a night in Nairobi: super-size your stay-over at the city’s Giraffe Manor & enjoy one of the world’s most unique dining experiences.

7. Meet the Maasai

The red-robed Maasai people are synonymous with Kenya’s savannahs & many lodges offer guided visits to local communities. You’ll learn how to track game, make fire & even perform the famous ‘jumping dance’.

8. Look for Flamingos

Kenya’s central highlands are home to flamingo-covered lakes, the Aberdares forest & Mt Kenya; further north are family-friendly Meru Park & the wild Samburu Reserve – home to big cats & desert animals.

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