Kenya Tailor-made Safaris

Discover an abundance of wildlife in the best national parks of Kenya

Tailor-made journeys to Kenya in 2017

Whether you want to meet red-robed Masai Warriors, view world-class game in the Masai Mara or relax on the sun-drenched beaches in Mombasa, Kenya is a classically beautiful African destination. When we plan a holiday for you, our expert team of tailor-made consultants will put together an itinerary to suit your needs, incorporating your interests and passions with everything that you would like to see and do along the way, be it spotting wildlife on safari, meeting the locals or trying regional cuisine. So make 2017 the year you safari in Kenya.

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Our top picks for a tailormade holiday to Kenya

Most people come to Kenya to go on safari and there are a fantastic array of national parks from the big five rich Masai Mara to the flamingo haven of Lake Nakuru, Kenya’s wildlife opportunities will fail to disappoint! Add to this the colonial gems of Karen Blixen’s house in Nairobi and Elsemere near Naivasha and you’ve got the perfect African holiday. Below we’ve picked out some of the most popular spots in Kenya to inspire you.

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Masai Mara

Picture undulating grasslands punctuated by lone acacia trees and Africa's most famous animal residents and you've pictured the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya's premier game destination. Situated in Southwestern Kenya, the Masai Mara is effectively the Northern continuation of the Serengeti National Park in neighbouring Tanzania. The reserve is named after the Mara River that divides the territory and after the Masai tribes people as well, the traditional inhabitants of the area. Dressed in ...
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Lake Nakuru

The shallow Lake Nakuru is one of the Rift Valley soda lakes and is the most popular in Kenya, renowned for its dense population of flamingos as well as hundreds of other species of birds. The Lake Nakuru National Park was set up in 1961 to encompass the lake and a small mountainous region surrounding the waters. Since then, it has been expanded and now includes a hefty chunk of the area’s grassland savannah and woodland slopes, and stretches out across an area of roughly 188 km sq. Today it's ...
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Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake, unlike many in the Rift Valley region which are soda lakes, and backed by purple-hued mountains with floating islands of vegetation dotting the water's surface. The lake is shallow and the area varies depending on the rainfall, ranging from 114 to 990 square kilometres. The name Naivasha is a British corruption of the original Masai name of Nai'posha, meaning 'rough water', so named for the surprisingly strong afternoon winds that can unsettle the lake's water ...
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The Amboseli National Reserve is one of Kenya's premier destinations due largely to its location at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro, close to the Tanzanian border. Large herds of elephants roam the grasslands and swamps against this striking backdrop, forming one of Africa's most iconic images. Meaning a 'place of water' in Masai, Amboseli has an endless water supply filtered through thousands of feet of volcanic rock from Kilimanjaro's snow melt, which form into two water springs in the reserve. if ...
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Capital of Kenya and the heart of the country's government and commerce, Nairobi is the most significant city in East Africa and an important player on the pan-African stage. It is home to many international embassies, the United Nations headquarters, numerous multi-national companies, non-government organizations (NGOs) and press correspondents. Besides this is a dynamic city home to some 3-4 million people embracing a vibrant cultural lifestyle with upmarket restaurants and busy bars. steadily ...
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Samburu National Reserve

Situated in the northern part of Kenya in the dry lowlands that sprawl out beneath Mount Kenya, the Samburu National Reserve was set up in the late 1960s and is known for its scenic beauty and excellent game viewing opportunities during the dry season. The Ewaso Nyiro (or Uaso Ngiro) River flows through the thick riverine forests of the reserve and provides a near-constant source of water for a variety of fauna including unique species of zebra, giraffes, oryx, ostriches and tortoises. The three ...
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Tsavo National Park

Divided by the A109 road into a West and East section in the south of Kenya, the Tsavo National Park is one of the largest parks in the country and indeed the world. At almost 22,000 km² Tsavo’s diverse habitats, which range from forests and volcanic hills to vast open plains, savannah, waterholes and rivers, are home to a wonderful variety of wildlife including the Big Five. The Tsavo West National Park is covered in volcanic cones, rocky outcrops and lava flows. Tall vegetation makes game a ...
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Mount Kenya National Park

The second highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kenya lies just a few kilometres from the equator yet is heavily glaciated with dramatic crevices. Rising 5,199 metres above sea level and surrounded by breathtaking scenery, Mount Kenya is also one of the world’s largest freestanding volcanic mountains - the volcano is extinct and offers a thrilling adventure for experienced climbers. The scenic snow-capped peaks, magnificent cliffs and glaciers, spectacular waterfalls and valleys, and rolling with ...
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Discover Nairobi

Most trips to Kenya start or end in the capital Nairobi and although you may be keen to get out of the city and into the countryside where all the amazing wildlife is, it isn’t a bad idea to spend a couple of days here. There’s plenty to do like the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Karen Blixen’s house in the aptly named suburb of Karen as well as some great culinary delights like delicious nyama choma (barbecued meat) at Carnivores restaurant!

Inspirations for your safari to Kenya

Make your tailor made holiday to Kenya really special. Take a look at some of our unique things to do whilst visiting Kenya.

Ballooning Masai Mara
Take to the skies

Hot Air Ballooning in the Masai Mara

If you fancy a real African treat then why not take a hot air balloon safari over the Masai Mara? At first light you’ll take to the African sky and soar above the Mara, spotting the animal’s morning movements. Once your balloon ride is complete you return to earth and are greeted with a delicious champagne breakfast in the middle of the bush – an experience not to be missed!

Elsemere High Tea
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Tea at Joy Adamson's house

Home to the Born Free foundation – Elsemere is where Joy Adamson famously lived when she brought up Elsa the lion cub. Nowadays it is a place to walk around, learn about the foundation, have some tea and cakes and soak up a real authentic colonial Kenyan atmosphere. Located near Lake Naivasha it is a great place to visit when in the area.

Giraffe Centre
Lofty retreat

Stay at Giraffe Manor

In one of Nairobi’s leafy suburbs sits the famous Giraffe Manor – one of the city’s most iconic buildings. Guests can spend the night here in true colonial style and enjoy breakfast with the giraffes – who will happily poke their ling necks through the windows for a peak and hopefully a taste of your breakfast! You can also learn lots about these giraffes at the AFEW Giraffe Centre across the lawn.

Gerenuk Samburu
Is it an antelope is it a giraffe?

Spot Gerenuks in Samburu

In the centre of Kenya – 350km north of Nairobi sits Samburu National Reserve. Home to all manner of different African animals including the lesser seen Grevy’s zebra, the reticulated giraffe, Kirk’s dik-dik and the famous gerenuk! Gerenuk’s necks are very long – hence their name means ‘giraffe necked’ and they browse rather than graze for food often standing on their hind legs to eat from trees!

Suggested tailormade holiday itineraries for Kenya

Home to the Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Amboseli National Park, Kenya is a fantastic safari destination and our recommended itineraries take in the best of what Kenya and neighbouring Tanzania have to offer with plenty of game viewing opportunities. For more ideas on what to see in Kenya, give our interactive map a try.

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Kenya Up Close

8 days | FROM USD $5,195

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The Best of East Africa

12 days | FROM USD $10,769

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Land of the Masai

Boasting the most spectacular stretch of the Great Rift Valley, mighty Mount Kenya and the stunning savannah plains of the Masai Mara, not to mention Lake Nakuru with its flock of pink flamingos and a pristine Indian Ocean coast, Kenya is a startlingly beautiful, classic African destination. See the iconic red-robed, spear clad Masai Warriors and enjoy world class game viewing in the Masai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo and Samburu including the stunning great wildebeest migration spectacle every year!

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