These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Kenya, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Explore three of Kenya's best safari areas: Amboseli, Meru and the Masai Mara.
Enjoy game drives, night safaris, bush walks and sundowners on this luxurious itinerary.
Relax at the iconic Giraffe Manor and visit the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage.
Travel by light aircraft to avoid lengthy overland drives.
Kenya and Zanzibar Archipelago
Explore the fascinating Ol Pejeta Conservancy in northern Kenya, famous for its excellent population of rhino.
Visit the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Northern White Rhino conservation project.
Game view in the world-famous Masai Mara, an excellent place to spot predators and other big game.
Stay in two fantastic Kicheche Camps which offer some of the best certified guiding in Kenya.
Relax beside the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean on Zanzibar, staying at a boutique beach resort.
Enjoy walking and camel safaris from Tumaren Tented Camp with Samburu guides.
Spend a night under the stars at the Loisaba Starbeds.
Watch the drama of the Great Migration unfold in the heart of the Masai Mara.
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- Kenya honeymoons
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- Visiting Kenya in green season
- Family safaris in Kenya
- The Big Five in Kenya
- Kenya safaris: the Masai Mara and beyond
The adventure and romance of a Kenya safari, coupled with the outstanding camps and lodges on offer, appeals to many honeymooners. Africa specialist Mark outlines the best honeymoon experiences in the country, from sunrise hot air balloon rides to secluded beach relaxation.View this travel guide
Luxury holidays in Kenya
If you're planning a luxury holiday in Kenya, we have a wide range of accommodation available, from sumptuous safari camps to exquisite beach retreats. Our country specialists have experienced these properties firsthand and are on hand to help you choose.View this travel guide
Visiting Kenya in green season
Kenya’s green seasons take place during the ‘short rains’ in November, and either side of the ‘long rains’ that fall in April and May. In these months, you’ll see the bush at its most verdant and have the wildlife largely to yourself during a more cost-effective time to visit the country.View this travel guide
Family safaris in Kenya
On a tailor-made family safari in Kenya, your children can learn about Maasai culture, the 'Little Five' and how to track animals. The country is home to some wonderful family-friendly camps and lodges which our country specialists can include in your family itinerary.View this travel guide
The Big Five in Kenya
Home of the Masai Mara and Lewa Wilderness Conservancy, you'll have countless opportunities to spot the Big Five in Kenya. With a range of first-class lodges, you can embark on traditional game drives and walking safaris in search of these magnificent animals.View this travel guide
Kenya safaris: the Masai Mara and beyond
With its vast open plains scattered with wildebeest, antelope and acacia trees, Kenya is the classic image of a safari. You can safari in well-known areas like the Masai Mara and venture off-grid, as safari specialist Arista explains.View this travel guide