Kenya Safari Tours – 2020
Explore our Best Kenya Tours & Safaris for 2019 / 2020
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.
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!
Explore wilderness watching wildlife at close range is endlessly fascinating and the quintessence of every African safari or Kenya Holiday. Conservancy safari is unlike anywhere else with off-road driving and limits on vehicles.
This safari offers a marvelous opportunity to try something different while on an African safari adventure or Kenya holiday. Visit the last remaining Northern White Rhinos on the planet, canoe on the waterhole in front of camp, walk and wild camp in the in the Lolldaigas hills, jump from the waterfall in the Ngare Ndare, horse ride with rhino or cycle across the Ol Pejeta Plains.
Exploring the bush on foot is one the most exhilarating African safari experiences.
A Wild Camping Trip brings you closer to nature and ideally complements your stay in Masai Mara, Kenya.
Come join us as we embark on an intimate journey in Kenya and follow the "re-wilding" of elephants (orphaned by human-wildlife conflict, poaching and natural disasters) from their baby-years at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust nursery in Nairobi, to their adolescent years and the stockades of Tsavo East.
Nairobi - Tsavo East National Park - Chyulu Hills National Park 13 Days / 12 Nights
Karisia Walking Safaris specializes in walking safaris supported by camels. The trips offer a unique perspective of not just the animals but the land they live in. On foot, we fine tune our senses and experience the country in vivid and exciting detail.
• Experience 2 different ecosystems with a vast array of species
• Explore the world famous Masai Mara, staying in an exclusive private concession on the banks of the Mara River
• Discover Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to almost half of the world's last surviving mountain gorillas.
• Interact with authentic, traditional and colourful tribal Maasai & Batwa Pygmy communities
• Conservation & Community Opportunities - Enkereri Village & School, Maasai Women’s Beadwork, Bwindi Community Hospital, Pack For A Purpose & Victory School
6 Nights in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Masai Mara in Kenya for pure wildlife experience.
Offering exceptional value our 7 day Migration safari combines some of the best wildlife locations in Kenya and Tanzania for experiencing the great wildebeest migration.
Join our East Africa Migration Discoverer lodge safari and follow the famous wildebeest migration! Travel through Tanzania and Kenya and discover all the secret highlights that East Africa holds.
A unique and life-enriching journey through three of Kenya’s most celebrated conservation areas with breathtaking landscapes, abundant wildlife, diverse activities and truly Kenyan cultural experiences.
Experience the best of Kenya's majestic wildlife at Amboseli National Park & the Masai Mara. A conservancy experience like no other!
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.
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 ultimate equine adventure for keen riders, this journey traverses from east to northwest through the Mara Conservancies that make up the Greater Masai Mara ecosystem. Riding between 15 and 40 kilometres per day through big game areas, you will be walking and cantering alongside giraffe and zebra.
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.
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.
Join multi award-winning photographer Hilary Hann in nature’s studio, deep in the heart of the Masai Mara National Reserve and experience the wonder of the GREAT MIGRATION.
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