Kenya hosts some of the most beautiful national parks and reserves in Africa, with concentrations of wildlife that are hard to exceed. The big five of African safari are here and living in most of the parks, along with all the animals of your safari imaginings, including:
And myriad more for you to discover.
This tour takes you through the diverse ecosystems that exist throughout Kenya, with rivers, lakes, grasslands, and rolling hills providing the backdrop to your adventure. Volcanic rocks and acacia trees break to land and provide shade and homes to the animals you’re here to discover.
Your tour is a private trip, with only you and your party being driven by your dedicated local guide. It’s possible for you to take domestic flights between some parks to reduce your driving time, which attract extra costs. We offer a range of accommodation to suit budget, standard, or luxury travellers on African safari.
This Tour Price is Based on a Per Person Sharing, in a Pop Up Safari Van and in a Double/ Twin Room/ Tent.
July 01- October 31 | Dec 23 – Jan 3
Jan 04- March 31 | April 19- April 22
Jun 16- June 31 | Nov 01- Dec 22
April 01- June 15
|1 people||US$ 5360||US$ 5180||US$ 4850|
|2 people||US$ 3640||US$ 3470||US$ 3350|
|4 people||US$ 3025||US$ 2875||US$ 2735|
|6 people||US$ 2820||US$ 2670||US$ 2530|
July 01- October 31 | Dec 23 – Jan 3
Jan 04- March 31 | April 19- April 22
Jun 16- June 31 | Nov 01- Dec 22
April 01- June 15
|1 people||US$ 6745||US$ 6045||US$ 5225|
|2 people||US$ 4665||US$ 4120||US$ 3770|
|4 people||US$ 4050||US$ 3505||US$ 3155|
|6 people||US$ 3845||US$ 3300||US$ 3085|
All rates are in US Dollars per person
Children between 12 – 18 years will pay 75% of the adult rates
Children between 3 – 12 years will pay 50% of the adult rate
Children Below 3 years is FREE
Easter, Christmas and New Year Supplement of $35 per person per night!
Day 1 Airport Pick-up to your hotel
When you land at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport we will be there to greet you and take you to your hotel, Sarova Stanley in the heart of Nairobi. You have the chance to explore the city at your own pace on this day, and can choose to take in the sights or avail yourself of the top rate facilities such as the spa and swimming pool at the hotel.
Included in your first night’s stay in Nairobi is:
Day 2 Nairobi to Tsavo East National Park (425 km – 6 to 7 hours)
After breakfast at your hotel, we will depart towards Tsavo East National Park. The journey through the south of Kenya will give you the chance to take in the landscape and see local life pass you by.
You’ll pass over Aruba Dam, and the reservoir that is home to many water birds, on the way to your accommodation in the park, where you will arrive in time for lunch. The afternoon will be spent on a game drive through the park where you have the opportunity to spot:
And many more.
After your first day in the park, you will return to your accommodation for your evening meal. The second day of your safari experience in Kenya includes:
Day 3 Tsavo East National Park to Tsavo West National Park (217 km – 3 to 4 hours)
This morning gives you your first chance to watch the early morning changes that spill across the savanna as the sun rises. Animals emerge ready for the day of hunting, grazing, or scavenging and the nocturnal animals return to their slumber. You have the chance to watch this change first hand and use the dawn light to get some magnificent photographs.
You’ll return to your lodge or camp for breakfast and then depart to Tsavo West National Park. Part of the same territory and intersected by a road, you will be on a game drive as you move between the parks. This is one of the most biodiverse regions in the world and your chances of seeing many animals in their natural habitat is incredibly high.
To make sure you get as much time as possible in the wilds of Africa, you will have a picnic lunch inside the park which will be followed by a visit to Mzima Springs. These natural volcanic springs play host to hippos and Nile crocodiles, among many other animals.
Dinner will be served overlooking the watering hole so you can spend plenty of time watching the natural lifecycle on the savanna. This day of your Kenyan safari includes:
Day 4 Full Day in Tsavo West National Park
Once you’ve had breakfast, you will be head into the park for a game drive. This expedition should afford you chances to see the big five of African safari, along with the other famous animals of the African plains.
Keeping you as close to the gorgeous landscape as possible, you’ll be given lunch as a picnic right in the middle of the park. Afternoon will see you progress your trip through the reserve, one of the largest in Africa and home to over 500 species of bird as well as mammalian life.
After spending all day inside the park, you will return to your camp or lodge in time for dinner. The fourth day of the safari in Africa includes:
Day 5 Tsavo West National Park to Amboseli National Park (154 km – 3 to 4 hours)
With another early start, you will head into the park to once again watch to dawn break over the plains and rivers of Tsavo West. Take in the animals as they prepare for the day, watering and feeding in the cool morning hours.
Once you’ve had breakfast back at your accommodation, you will be driven to Amboseli National Park, including a game drive as you make your way through the parks and between your lodges or camps. Lunch is another picnic in the heart of the national park, allowing you time to take in the scenery that rolls all around you.
Arriving at your accommodation in Amboseli National Park, you’ll be given your evening meal and time to rest and ready yourself for the next big day on African safari. Included in the fifth day of your Kenyan safari is:
Day 6 Full Day in Amboseli National Park
Possibly the most photogenic of all the national parks in Kenya, Mount Kilimanjaro looms large as a backdrop for the images you create of Amboseli. You’ll be taken into the park after you’ve had breakfast at your camp or lodge, where you’ll spend the morning spotting:
And many more majestic creatures besides.
Following a picnic lunch, you will continue your exploration of the park and be given a chance at an optional visit to a Masai village. The Masai people are known and respected the world over for their relationship with the grasslands of East Africa: their nomadic life grazing their animals across the plains gives them a unique insight into thriving in this land. A trip to the village has an extra cost of $20 per person, which will include a greeting in traditional song and dance, time to walk around the village to learn about their culture, and see inside a typical family home.
Your evening meal will be served at your accommodation. The sixth day on your safari in Africa includes:
Day 7 Amboseli National Park to Lake Naivasha (310 km – 5 to 6 hours)
After spending the previous day with Kilimanjaro, this early morning start should give you chance to catch her snow-capped peak before the clouds roll in for the day. You also get your third experience of the tranquillity of dawn over the rolling lands, this time in Amboseli, and sightings of animals in their natural habitat.
Following breakfast back at your accommodation, your tour guide will embark on the journey to Lake Naivasha National Park with you. Lunch will be provided at your accommodation at Lake Naivasha and you will have the afternoon to spend at your leisure.
As the evening approaches we will take you on a boat ride to Crescent Island within the lake, where you will go on a walking safari to see the herbivores such as hippos and zebras. Your evening activities will be punctuated by dinner at your accommodation.
This day on Kenyan safari will include:
Day 8 Lake Naivasha to Lake Nakuru National Park (92 km – 2 hrs)
The lakes of the Great African Rift Valley are home to stunning mammals and an array of avian life. Your African safari will move from Lake Naivasha to Lake Nakuru as you progress through this volcanic and dynamic landscape.
Upon arrival at your accommodation at Lake Nakuru you will be given lunch and then hit out on a game drive through the national park. This lake is known for the flocks of flamingo that change the colour of the landscape from the rocky reds and watery blues to all shades of pink as they feed and display across the waters.
This location is truly an ornithologist’s pleasure land, with more than 400 species on show, including
And plenty more. There is also chance to see both the black and white rhino, as well as the endangered Rothschild giraffe.
Your trip will arrive back at your camp or lodge in the early evening in time for dinner to be served. Day eight of your Kenyan safari includes:
Day 9 Lake Nakuru National Park to Masai Mara National Reserve (300 km – 5 to 6 hours)
Farewells can be bade to the animals of Lake Nakuru on the game drive that will take your out of the park after breakfast. The journey from the lakes to the Masai Mara travels through the countryside of Kenya, with scenery that will take your breath away.
You will arrive at your Masai Mara camp or lodge in time for lunch which will be swiftly followed by an afternoon game drive which will see you through to dusk. The Masai Mara provides a home to myriad animals synonymous with the plains of Africa, and they sit in wait for you to discover them in their natural home.
Returning to your accommodation for your evening meal, you can rest and ready yourself for a day getting to the heart of this spectacular landscape. This day on safari in Kenya includes:
Day 10 Full Day in Masai Mara National Reserve
Safari in the Masai Mara is a special experience – the numbers of animals that go about their lives across these plains are astounding. Acacia trees provide shade for leopards; water holes provide sustenance for herbivores and hunting opportunities for the carnivores.
Your expert Kenyan tour guide will be on hand to track, spot, and identify the wildlife that you encounter on your first full day spent inside the park. Lunch is served as a picnic, keeping you connected to the landscape and immersed in the nature you’re here to experience.
In the afternoon you have another chance to visit a village of Masai people. Nomads who have thrived across these lands for thousands of years, they will display their warm greeting of song and dance for you, and give you time to explore their village and visit a house. This is an optional activity that has an additional fee of $20 per person.
You’ll return to your camp or lodge for dinner to be served. The tenth day of this African safari experience includes:
Day 11 Full Day in Masai Mara National Reserve
Take the early breakfast as an opportunity to head out in the morning sun to get the best photos of the park. You’ll spend your second full day on safari in the Masai Mara watching the animals, following their trails, and understanding the lifecycles of the delicate and exquisite ecosystems at play in the landscape.
Lunch as a picnic ensures you get to stay in the wilds of Africa for as long as possible, without tracking back to your accommodation. If you’re lucky enough to be on safari in Africa during the migrations of the herds, this is your perfect chance to trace them. Herds of buffalo and wildebeest range over the lands looking for pastures new to graze.
As you explore the depths of the park, you will have chance to watch the sun begin to fall and the wildlife change pace as the temperature dips. Animals come to life and get their final feed and watering before the sun goes down and their territory becomes immeasurably more dangerous.
Your day is completed by dinner taken at your camp or lodge. This final complete day on safari in Kenya includes:
Day 12 Masai Mara National Reserve to Nairobi (265 km – 5 to 6 hours)
Following breakfast, you will take your swansong game drive through Masai Mara as you embark on your journey back to Nairobi. There will still be plenty of animals to see as you depart the park, and stunning scenery en route as you progress through the Great African Rift Valley.
A stop off in the town of Narok allows time to have a traditional Kenyan lunch experience. Upon arriving in Nairobi, we can offer to drop you off at your residence, hotel, or at the airport for your onward travel plans.
Included in the final day of your safari in Kenya is
You can choose from the following accommodation options
|12 Days Kenya Safari Accommodation Options|
|Park||Luxury Options||Standard Options|
|Tsavo East National Park|
|Tsavo West National Park|
|Amboseli National Park|
|Lake Nakuru National Park|
|Masai Mara Game Reserve|
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