What can we say? It was without doubt the best holiday either of us have ever had, and we have been on some good ones in the past. We would like to thank Paul for all his hard work, great patience and his very good advice.
Karen & Martin
Kenya is the original safari destination, only 8.5 hours flying time from Europe and with a time difference of only two or three hours, Kenya is a perfect exotic holiday destination.
Kenya has been blessed with amazingly varied and attractive scenery, from pristine white beaches to snow capped mountains, from game covered plains to shimmering deserts, from rich tribal culture to an exotic Swahili influenced coast: A Kenya Safari has it all in abundance. This combination of attractions makes Kenya one of the best places in Africa for a Safari and Beach Holiday and a perfect honeymoon destination.
Fortunately Kenya is large enough to absorb the thousands of tourists who arrive every year and it is easy to avoid the busy tourist areas.
Safari Club will take you in style to areas where tourists are fewer and the sights and sounds of Kenya can be experienced in peace. Safari Club tailor made safari holidays in Kenya aim to give our clients the best value luxury safaris in Kenya without any compromise on the quality of your wildlife experience, guiding and accommodation, allowing you to experience the timeless majesty of Africa the way it should be experienced.
The best times to visit Kenya are probably October to February for scuba and clear seas, whilst the best time to visit Kenya for a game viewing safari are the drier months from June to October and January to Mid March. The annual wildebeest migration generally takes place from July to October but varies from year to year.
A safari circuit in Kenya could include:
Amboseli well known for its large tuskers and other game with Mount Kilimanjaro and its snow covered summit looming above the plains.
Meru National Park is the least visited of the large Kenyan parks and as such is an unspoiled and pristine wilderness, the place where Joy Adamson hand reared a lion cub and released it back into the wild as made famous by the film “Born Free.”
Shaba National Reserve is semi desert with a rugged hilly terrain, great rocky kopjes (small hills) and lots of springs supporting the abundant wildlife located in the Samburu region of Kenya.
Laikipia and Samburu are on the edge of the rugged Northern Frontier District where the management of our camps work with the local Masaai and Samburu community to preserve the environment and which has the second highest game density in Kenya.
The Masaai Mara is a place that every traveller should visit on that journey of a lifetime, a place where nature still rules supreme and where the annual wildebeest migration around August and September is one of the wonders of the world that cannot fail to hold you enthralled.
The rift valley lakes of Lake Nakuru, Naivasha and Baringo with their huge flocks of flamingos and Lake Nakuru National Park a stronghold for both black and white rhino are another Kenya favourite.
With powdery white sand, freshly caught seafood and few other tourists Lamu is a popular choice for a beach break Whilst the palm fringed coast, with its dazzling white beaches, North and South of Mombasa would meet most guests idea of the perfect tropical hideaway. There are many excellent and reasonably priced hotels and lodges to suit every budget.
HOW MUCH WILL A SAFARI IN KENYA COST?Typical inclusive cost per adult per day including all park fees, local road and air transfers.
On Safari £280 to £450 (US$375 to US$675)
At the beach £100 (US$150)
If you are planning a safari in Kenya or would like a quotation or sample itinerary please complete our simple contact form or call one of our safari consultants for an informal chat on telephone 0845 0545 889
FEATURED KENYA ITINERARY
CONSERVATION AND SAFARI - SIX NIGHTS- FROM £2230 ALL INCLUSIVE
This diverse Kenya Safari holiday visits the Ol Pejeta Conservancy on the Laikipia Plateau within sight of Mount Kenya and with Kenya’s second highest game density. Ol Pejeta is at the heart of game conservation in Kenya and offers the rare opportunity to experience conservation efforts at first hand including the chance to meet and possibly go out tracking with the researchers specialising in Elephants, Rhinos and predators, who are based in the conservancy. You will be staying at the small and initimate Kicheche Laikipia camp with people who have a real love of Kenya and its wildlife
The Maasai Mara is your second destination; this fabulous reserve offers incomparable game viewing. Kicheche Mara camp is situated in the Mara North Conservancy, where you can enjoy the spectacular wildlife in an authentic Bushcamp without crowds of visitors to intrude on the intimacy of your wildlife encounters. Game drives are in both the Mara North Conservancy where you can also enjoy guided walks and go off road and the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
You can extend your holiday with a visit to the South Coast where beautiful white sand beaches, clear blue seas and spectacular coral reefs combine beautifully with your safari.
7 Days From US$3512 (£2341)
12 Days From US$4696 (£3132) (With beach extension)
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