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Kenya is a fantastic place to enjoy a safari, one will see great wildlife and views along with a wide variety of exciting activities.Contact Adda
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Why choose Kenya for your next safari?
Advice from our Africa experts on choosing the right destination for your safari
Home of Safari
At the heart of the country is perhaps its most famous export, the Great Wildebeest Migration in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. However, safari in Kenya is by no means limited to the Mara, to view it as such would mean missing out on some of the most remarkable safari destinations in Africa. In the last few years, there has been a surge in popularity for northern regions including Laikipia and Samburu where rugged mountain ranges burst out of the plains below them, and offer a discerning traveller to chance to experience luxurious safari away from the crowds.
Kenya's coastline has long been famed for its white sand beaches and a relaxed atmosphere. A destination in itself, but also the perfect way to complement some time in Kenya’s interior. From Lamu in the very north, right down to the enviable peace and tranquillity of Diani in the south, Kenya's coastline has something for everyone. The Kenyan coast offers no shoes relaxation, luxurious spas, beautiful villas and perfect beaches if you’re looking to lay back and relax, but if you are the type who can't sit still, then enjoy the fantastic variety of activities on offer from world-class deep sea fishing, scuba diving and the fastest growing sport of them all kite surfing.
Kenya is an extremely diverse country, straddling numerous climate zones and contains a vast range of different landscapes and cultures. This enables the country to offer an array of experiences, from remarkably remote, luxurious camps to more accessible and more affordable safari accommodation. From the big game of the Masai Mara and Chyulu Hills; to the heat and intensity of the Chalbi Desert and Lake Turkana; to the white sand and turquoise water of the Swahili Coast.
Land of Legends
Kenya is a land of legends; from Karen Blixen to conservationists like George and Joy Adamson of Born Free fame. The Mara big cats have long been well documented in Big Cat Diary, Tropic Air’s helicopters feature prominently in David Attenborough’s films, and the conservation successes of conservancies like Lewa Downs is well known, especially so of late with HRH the Duke of Cambridge standing as Royal Patron of Tusk Trust. Kenyan safari is going from strength to strength and the involvement of a young generation of passionate conservationists fills us with enthusiasm for Kenya’s future.
Suggested itineraries for your safari
An outline of our favourite combinations
Ulimate Kenyan Safari
- This itinerary combines some of the best aspects of Kenyan Safari. Using some of our favourite lodges, one will see great wildlife and superb landscapes.
- From approximately £7,500 pp inc. flights and transfers, based on two sharing for 10 nights. Fully inclusive on safari all meals, drinks, safari activities and regional flights.
- 1 x Night Giraffe Manor, 3 x Nights Ol Malo,y 3 x Nights at Lewa House followed by 3 x Nights Mara House
Landscapes and Wildife
- This itinerary combines some of the lovely areas that boast not only some incredible game but also insane views. We are looking to incorporate Laikipia the Mara and Nairobi's Giraffe Manor.
- From approximately £6,200 pp inc. flights and transfers, based on two sharing for 8 nights. Fully inclusive on safari all meals, drinks, safari activities and regional flights.
- 3 x Nights Solio Lodge, 4 x Nights Sala's Camp and finishing with 1 x Night Giraffe Manor
Riding and Adventure
- This itinerary aims to create an exhilarating experience where one does something truly exciting without the crowds.
- From approximately £6,500 pp inc. flights and transfers, based on two sharing for 12 nights. Fully inclusive on safari all meals, drinks, safari activities and regional flights.
- 4 x Nights Elsa's Kopje, 4 x Nights Lewa House and finishing with 4 x Kicheche
Kenya's safari highlights
Showcasing the diversity of Kenya
The Masai Mara
Home to the Great Migration and the greatest density of wildlife on earth this is safari like nowhere else and chance to see the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth.
Samburu National Park
Rugged mountain ranges jutting out flat planes this wild frontier is brought to life by the great rivers flowing through it and home to the famous Samburu Tribe.
With Mount Kenya rising as the centrepiece to this highland plateau offers a great chance to see wildlife from a unique perspective with cutting-edge conservation and sustainability.
Meru National Park
A vast park that lies off the beaten chance and gives people a chance to see the big five away from the crowds and in pristine wilderness.