Enjoy this wonderful introduction to some of Kenya’s natural splendors. This safari provides ample diversity with abundant wildlife viewing. The soda rich lakes in the Rift Valley attract migrating flamingos in huge flocks, while the Masai Mara has the greatest concentration of game in Kenya.
While Kenya is too diverse to see everything in less than a week, this safari gives you a splendid range of experiences. Spend a night in a tree lodge where the game comes to you. Cross the equator to the rugged region of the nomadic Samburu where the game viewing, including rarer species, is unforgettable.
Enjoy a full afternoon and morning in Amboseli and get to know this small but superb park within sight of Kilimanjaro’s snow-capped peak. Compare it to Kenya’s largest park, taking in both semi-arid Tsavo East and the green hills of Tsavo West. Arrive four days later at the coast.
Get a feel for the Kenyan way of life with a tour of the capital city, Nairobi. Then visit an up-country, lakeside club with opportunities for golf, horseback riding or boating on the lake. Conclude with a drive across the southern Laikipia ranch highlands, former home to early settlers, for a stay in the northeastern dry bush country that supports abundant wildlife, including rarer species.
This safari covers much of the regular northern circuit but excludes Samburu. Gain an excellent feel for the Kenyan bush in three widely varied habitats. The Mara offers year-round game viewing and contrasts well with the forest glades of Mt. Kenya where the game come to your tree-lodge watering hole. Lake Nakuru has flocks of colourful flamingos, protected rhino and Rothschild’s giraffe for incomparable wildlife viewing.
Begin with a visit to the private ranch of Laikipia’s Lewa Downs conservancy for a taste of generations living with wildlife. Follow this with a uniquely Kenyan stay at Loisaba, remote Lake Baringo and serene Lake Naivasha where you hosts are Lord and Lady Enniskillen.
Explore five very different parks that every wildlife enthusiast will enjoy followed by a relaxing visit to the tropical playground of Kenya’s coast. This safari offers great opportunities to experience a diverse habitats and scenery home to many species of wildlife.
Stay in a forest glade tree lodge. View the spectacular bird life of Lake Nakuru. Enjoy two full days in the superb Masai Mara with additional visits to scenic Amboseli, verdant Tsavo West and dry Tsavo East. After experiencing a significant part of Kenya with excellent game viewing, conclude your tour at the beach and let your adventures soak in.
Skip long hard days of driving and enjoy extra time for game viewing in three superb parks selected for their diversity. See Kenya from a bird’s eye view visiting the vividly contrasting habitats of the small but exquisite Amboseli in the shadow of snow-capped Kilimanjaro, the semi-arid riverine scrubland of Samburu and the delightful rolling grass plains of the Masai Mara, home to the greatest concentration of wildlife in Kenya.
This relaxed safari shows you much of beautiful Kenya: extinct volcanoes, rolling riverine grass plains, wooded green highlands, infinity vistas, majestic mountains, lovely lakes, pink flamingo flocks, a green golf course and semi-arid bush country that include a wide variety of game-rich areas.