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Kenya

Home of the safari and the Masai Mara, Kenya remains one of the most popular wildlife destinations in the world, offering the most diverse range of species and eco-system habitats within Africa.  Famous for its stunning landscape, savannah rich with magnificent wildlife,  pristine beaches and majestic snow-capped mountains, Kenya also has diverse cultures unchanged by the modern world along with an exotic history. This is also the place to witness nature's most awesome spectacle, the annual migration of wildebeest as they cross the Mara River. Beyond the Masai Mara, explore the game reserves and national parks of Laikipia, Samburu, Amboseli and Tsavo. There are endless opportunites for adventure, discovery, relaxation and wonder.

See a selection of our suggested itineraries below and contact our Africa travel specialist, Chris Evans, to arrange a tailor-made Kenya safari on: +44 (0)1242 787 806.

Arijiju - Borana Conservancy

Sculpted into a distant, warm hillside in the Borana Conservancy in northern Kenya, Arijiju is the brainchild of one very astute and compassionate man. Arijiju is set in the heart of the Kenyan Highlands, with uninterrupted views over rolling savannah and acacia and olive tree peppered valleys which stretch to the Aberdares and the foothills of Mount Kenya. 

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Highlights
  • Tracking the Big Five in the Lewa / Borana Conservancy
  • Watching the night sky from a star bed on the roof
  • Exquisite service, including bush river picnics
  • Spa, gym and hammam included

Enasoit - Laikipia

Situated in the heart of a private game reserve in the foothills of Mount Kenya, Enasoit is an exclusive-use luxury tented camp offering spectacular experience in the most wonderful setting. Sleeping up to 12 people in six beautifully designed en-suite tents, the camp offers breath-taking views and excellent game viewing in one of Kenya's most prolific wildlife areas, the Laikipia Plateau.

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Highlights
  • Next to the resident ostrich and young zebra, a cheetah living in the kennel with the family's pet dog
  • Family estate with warm service and lovely staff
  • Tropical garden and pool area
  • Stylish accomodation

Ol Jogi - Laikipia

Ol Jogi is a private retreat for up to 14 people, surrounded by thousands of acres of African wilderness. Spend your days getting up close to The Big Five and the hundreds of species that call Laikipia's orange hills home. Explore the estate's conservation projects, and lap up heavenly isolation back at the luxurious lodge. From £20,175 / $30,000 per night, minimum five nights. 

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Highlights
  • Endangered species such as black rhino, African Wild Dog and Grevy's Zebra
  • Magical candlelit dinners on the kopjes
  • Heading out by helicopter to explore the Great Rift Valley
  • Relaxing on your veranda as animals come to drink at the water hole
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