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Kenya, located in East Africa, captivates visitors with its stunning scenery and colourful culture. Its geographical diversity is unsurpassed, ranging from the renowned savannahs of the Maasai Mara to Mount Kenya's snow-capped peaks. Kenya's wildlife is world-renowned, and safaris provide excellent opportunity to see lions, elephants, giraffes, and other animals in their native settings. Beyond its natural beauty, Kenya has a diverse cultural fabric with over 40 distinct ethnic groups, each with its own traditions, music, and artistry. Nairobi, the bustling city, is a centre of commerce and culture, while coastal communities like Mombasa entice with stunning beaches and Swahili heritage. Whether seeing ancient archaeological sites, enjoying adrenaline-pumping adventures, or simply savouring its aromatic coffee, Kenya provides a tapestry of experiences that will linger in the heart long after departure.

Beyond its natural beauty, Kenya's cultural diversity is equally appealing. The country is home to nearly 40 distinct ethnic groups, each with its own language, traditions, and rituals. The Maasai, noted for their distinctive dress and pastoral way of life, provide insights into centuries-old customs and ceremonies. Coastal cities such as Mombasa combine Swahili culture with Arab, Portuguese, and Indian influences, which are evident in their architecture, food, and busy marketplaces.

Nairobi, Kenya's bustling city, is a cultural melting pot and the economic hub of East Africa. Modern skyscrapers stand forth beside wide markets and bustling streets, providing a view into both contemporary and traditional Kenyan life. Visitors can explore the National Museum to learn about Kenya's rich archaeological history, or visit the Karen Blixen Museum to learn about the author's time in colonial Kenya.

About our guided tours to Kenya

Whether you choose a typical safari tour of Kenya's famed national parks, such as the Maasai Mara and Amboseli, or a guided tour of the country's dynamic cities, such as Nairobi, and coastal getaways, such as Mombasa, each experience guarantees unique wildlife encounters and local traditions. A Kenya tour immerses you in the breathtaking landscapes of Maasai Mara's huge savannahs, alive with iconic species, the flamingo-filled shores of Lake Nakuru, and Nairobi's busy markets, where you can sample local Kenyan cuisine and crafts.

From guided tours that delve into Kenya's history and tribal heritage to adventurous safaris that bring you up close with elephants and lions in their natural habitats, every moment spent exploring Kenya leaves a lasting impression of the country's natural beauty, cultural diversity, and friendly people.

Kenya Overland Camping & Accommodated Safaris

The most economical and genuine way to experience a safari is on one of our overland camping safaris in Kenya. Take an overland truck ride across the Rift Valley, bringing everything you will need for your journey. Stop at the Masai Mara for some safari adventures before continuing on to neighboring Tanzania and beyond. During these small group trips of Kenya, everyone pitches tents, cooks, cleans, and stays in twin tents beneath the stars. completely escorted by a two-person, experienced crew that includes a guide. If you would rather not camp, we may arrange an upgraded stay for you. You will travel with others on camping trips on our accommodated overland safaris, but instead of camping in tents, you will stay in inexpensive twin-share accommodations at the campgrounds.

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Kenya Lodge Safaris

On our Kenya Lodge Safaris, you will see amazing wildlife and stay in a fantastic assortment of mid-range lodges and permanent tented camps. There is a maximum group size of seven on these well-liked small group safaris, which are led by a skilled driving guide. All modes of transportation and game drives are in specially designed 4x4 Land Cruisers with big windows to let in plenty of natural light. These safaris feature excursions to other sites, such as the Karen Blixen Museum and the Daphne Sheldrick Centre elephant orphanage, in addition to game drives.

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Private Kenya Safaris and holidays

Discover the delights of Kenya with family or friends on a private safari if group tours are not your thing. Visit some of Kenya's top national parks with the assistance of a qualified driving guide, and take advantage of exclusive wildlife drives in our specially designed 4x4 Land Cruisers. We have carefully chosen a number of fantastic mid-range lodges, and you are free to decide the date of departure. Upon request, we may also provide premium accommodations. Just contact our reservations team and let them know what you need.

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Frequently asked questions

Will I explore the Masai Mara National Reserve on my Kenya safari?

The Masai Mara National Reserve is Kenya's premier wildlife destination, forming part of the giant Serengeti ecosystem with neighbouring Tanzania. It's home to all of the Big Five (lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos, and buffalo) and countless other native species. All of our Kenya safari tours explore the reserve. If you book an overland camping safari, you will spend two nights in the Mara, with lots of included game drives in the reserve. Whilst our lodge tours stay here for three nights - plenty of time to spot lots of wildlife!

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