Kenya Safari Tours: 2023 – 2024
Explore our Best Kenya Tours & Safaris for 2023 – 2024
Our team of East Africa specialists have travelled the length and width of Kenya: from the world-famous Masai Mara National Game Reserve (during the migration, before the migration and even during the long rains of April) to the spectacular conservancies adjacent to the Mara (from Mara North to Olare Motorogi to Ol Kinyei to Naibosho); we’ve slept under the stars in Laikipia and explored the lakes and crests of the Great Rift Valley. Whether you are on your first-time safari and wish to see elephants with the Mt. Kilimanjaro as a backdrop in Amboseli, or you are following the footsteps of the Adamsons in Meru National Park, or want to just relax on the beaches of Watamu and Malindi, our team of Kenya specialists are here to assist.
Looking for the Best Kenya Safari Tours & Packages? Check out some of our top Kenya travel packages and tours below. Please know that most of the itineraries here are samples and can be customized according to your requirements.
Might you have some guests who would you like to view the iconic wildlife of on safari but think the experience is financially out of reach?
If you're looking for great value options then read on for details of our unique and affordable "adventure camping" tours in Kenya.
The Porini Safari Camps portfolio includes the excellent Gamewatchers Adventure Camps which offer the same high quality game activities you would expect at any of our main camps and also offer guests the advantage of staying in wildlife conservancies rich in wildlife, but at a fraction of the price you would expect for this experiences.
The conservancies the Adventure camps are in offer vast areas of pristine wildlife-filled terrain where you enjoy day and night game drives in 4x4 vehicles, bush meals and guided walks. Here you will observe the wildlife - including elephants and all the Big Cats - with few others and in safe in their natural environment.
Private Pilgrimage for families, groups, photographers, outdoor enthusiasts, watersport lovers.
Explorer’s Favourite 2023 for Families, Couples, Birders, Photographers, Adventurers, Safari Newbies
Galloping in the open plains with a herd of zebra or walking quietly by a herd of grazing elephant – riding safaris are an incredibly unique way to explore areas off the beaten track.
Whether it be a morning ride, an alternative activity to the usual game drive or setting off on a week-long mobile riding safari – guests are provided with the rare chance of getting up close to wildlife without affecting their behaviour or intruding in their space.
Unrivalled Experience - Upmarket, exclusive and bespoke safari.
A unique opportunity to join Asilia Africa's Kenya head guide, Roelof Schutte, on a walking expedition across the Mara conservancies from east to northwest, starting in the Naboisho Conservancy and walking through Olare Orok, Mara North, and Lemek or Ol Chorro.
Experience the best of Kenya's majestic wildlife at Amboseli National Park & the Masai Mara. A conservancy experience like no other!
A safari like no other — from flying over Gambella National Park to travelling to the remotest parts of Ethiopia's Omo Valley. This is Undiscovered Country!
Back to nature. Elemental. A safari like a safari should be. The pure power in the lion’s fang. The bedraggled female hyena exiled from her clan. Camel thorn trees festooned with weaver bird nests. Hippos wallowing in muddy pools. Old dagga boys looking warily in both directions, oxpeckers nibbling. Camaraderie around the campfire. Stories to share. An adventure to remember.
From the personal butler to the Michelin starred chef, luxury and ambience in Nairobi with stunning views over the Ngong Hills. Stately giraffes, acacia trees and skies punctuated with hot-air balloons. A meandering river, studded with hippos. Banded mongoose running for cover. Azure seas spreading outwards to infinity. Canvas sails on the horizon. Sea turtles dance with dolphins as do you on a silvered strip of beach under a diamond sky.
The Naboisho Conservancy of the Greater Masai Mara is perfect walking safari territory and our Kenya head guide, Roelof Schutte, loves nothing more than taking guests to explore this wild place on foot.
A stunning 6-day combination safari including an overnight walking safari with fly camping while staying at Kicheche Safari camps in the Mara conservancies.
Karisia Walking Safaris, pioneers of Kenya walking safaris, take you on an adventurous walking safari near Laikipia. In this energetic walk, you will traverse across dramatic landscapes, and encounter local wildlife, birds and culture of the north. This is a set departure group itinerary with departure dates in 2016 and 2017.
Explore Kenya with your private guide Zarek Cockar, one of a handful accredited gold-level guides by the Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association. On this sample tour, you can see how Zarek can weave your whimsical fantasies into reality.
Taking in some of the lesser known national parks and landscapes of southern Kenya, this adventure makes the journey from A to B more action-packed and interesting than simply hopping on a flight to your safari destination.
One of Kenya’s best-kept secrets, the two log cabins at Rutundu on the lower slopes of Mount Kenya offer a remote wilderness retreat.
The 5,000-hectare Ragati Conservancy on the lower slopes of Mount Kenya is an idyllic retreat, which perfectly complements a safari elsewhere in the Laikipia area.
The allure of Kenya is legendary, and this 8-day safari captures its true essence. Marvel at Amboseli’s famed elephants; lose yourself in the Hollywood romance of Meru, and be awed by the finest wildlife viewing in the world in the Masai Mara.
An 8-day safari with more than a hint of adventure - from the rugged and beautiful wilds of Meru, to the rolling plains of Loisaba and its offering of exciting safari activities, to the spectacle of nature’s greatest theatre, the Masai Mara.
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