Kenya safaris give you the chance to experience an impressive variety of wildlife, world-famous national parks and magnificent countryside that make the destination ideal for both safari and beach holidays. Kenya is one of Africa’s most popular safari destinations, where you can experience iconic wildlife, unique nature and timeless cultures.
Catch the Great Migration
These tailor-made tours in Kenya are perfect for first-time safari-goers looking for unparalleled game viewing and all the action of the great migration coupled with a little R&R in Zanzibar at the end. It includes two nights at Ngorongoro and four nights in the northern Serengeti at Lemala Mara, a great, little mobile camp ideally placed for watching the wildebeest river crossings.
Elephant magic in north Kenya
Nowhere else in Africa can you get closer to wild elephants or learn more about them than at this exotic eco camp in the Samburu National Reserve. Hardly surprising when you discover its creator is Oria Douglas-Hamilton, whose husband Iain is the world’s leading authority on elephant behavior. It’s now run by Saba, Iain’s eldest daughter.
Meet the Lion King in Kenya
Kenya is where safaris were born and lions still rule the Savannah. Fly from Nairobi to Elsa’s Kopje, a five-star lodge in Meru, the park where George and Joy Adamson lived the legend of Elsa, the Born Free lioness. Then move on to Laikipia see the Big Five before a grand finale in the Maasai Mara in the migration season (July until October).
From the big cats of the Maasai Mara to the flamingo lakes of the Great Rift Valley of lake Nakuru. The lake’s abundance of algae attracts vast quantities of lesser flamingos, sometimes more than one million at once. Often called the greatest bird spectacle on earth, the flamingos are one of Kenya’s top attractions.