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Kenya Safari Tours


Bucket list destinations on a safari in Kenya include the Masai Mara, Amboseli and Mount Kilimanjaro. Kenya is a balanced destination with an enormous variety and abundance of wildlife. The southern parks and reserves like the Masai Mara and Amboseli National Park are well worth seeing. So are the northern parts of Kenya’s private concessions and Samburu reserves, where you can find the Special Five – reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, gerenuk, Somali ostrich and beisa oryx. Kenya is a land full of romance, thrills, and adventure; nothing says “classic safari” like a Kenyan safari.

A Kenyan safari not only offers breathtaking natural beauty in one of the world’s most pristine environments, but it also allows you to get up close and personal with some of Africa’s most coveted animals. Combined with the sight of Mount Kilimanjaro, all this makes a Kenya safari experience unique. The annual great migration is best viewed from both sides of the Mara River, but you can experience the herds on the Kenyan side between August and October.

See Kenya in Your Comfort

Affordable Safari Holiday in Kenya

Visitors who want to explore the major attractions without blowing too much money could think about joining a set departure or group safari, either with a safari company or with an overland truck and also to travel out of season. The set group departures in Kenya do have different accommodation options, starting from mid-range and going up.

Eating out is generally quite inexpensive unless you actively seek top-of-the-range restaurants aimed at upmarket tourist and expats. Wine is almost all imported and tends to be disproportionately expensive compared to the cheap and refreshing local beers.

Budget Safari Holiday in Kenya

Kenya is quite easy to travel through on a tight budget, with two main provisos. The first is that high daily entrance fees at game parks, and the need for a 4×4 make most safari-oriented reserves difficult to explore cheaply, so you would need to focus on other attractions. The second is that wherever possible you’ll need to use amenities geared towards the local economy (buses, guesthouses and small restaurant catering mainly to Kenyans) rather than those charging inflated prices to tourists and expats. Attractions that are particularly well-suited to budget travellers include Lake Naivasha, Lake Baringo, most parts of the far west and central highlands, and the entire coast.

Luxury Safari Kenya

Kenya is a country of contrasts; everywhere you look, you'll see different tribes, all dressed up in their finest. The culture here is incredible, but regions like the Masai Mara, when paired with the north (Samburu, Laikipia, or Meru), feel like you've been transported to another country. 

Kenya's coastline is equally beautiful, with white beaches and a turquoise sea, not to mention Lamu, one of the world's most distinctive islands and a quiet refuge. Kenya is also home to the Great Rift Valley, whose lakes may give a peaceful break from your safari. 

Overcrowding isn't a concern for our visitors because we still operate with some of Kenya's most isolated and luxury safari properties for your luxury safari in Kenya. It is typically the Kenyan people that make your luxury Kenya safari so memorable – they are fascinating, engaging, and have a great sense of fun.

Your luxury Kenya Safari may include everything you choose, from the wilderness to the beach, leisure to action – travel to two distinct locations and feel as if you've visited two different nations.

Those seeking luxury in the bush can pick from a variety of premium tented camps located on community or private concessions abutting the Masai Mara and Amboseli, as well as on the Laikipia Plateau. 

Mount Kenya and Mount Kilimanjaro watch over unspoiled nature in this wonderful nation, which has some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world. Explore the real uncharted wilderness on your luxury Kenya safari by foot, 4WD, or horseback.

Given the distances and roads, the most comfortable way to go on a luxury vacation would be to use the scheduled and chartered light aircraft flights that connect Nairobi, Mombasa, Malindi, and all of the major safari locations. 

Stay at some of the most luxurious and intimate safari lodges and camps in the world. These lodges often combine traditional ‘Out of Africa' type lodging with top-notch meals, imported wines, well-trained personnel, and a variety of skillfully led activities such as game drives, bush walks, and even night drives or equestrian safaris.

There are a few boutique hotels along the coast and in the major towns that combine five-star service and amenities with unique décor and an exclusive vibe.

Witness the annual wildebeest migration as it passes through the Masai Mara, the world's eighth wonder. Observe lions, leopards, and cheetahs as they chase down unwitting victims. Before retiring to the blue tempting waters of the Indian Ocean, learn the Masai and Samburu traditions and dance around the campfire.