: Great Migration in the Masai Mara conservancies, Elephants of the Tsavo-Amboseli ecosystem, incredible wilderness in Laikipia & Samburu conservancies.
Duration: 7-10+ days.
Overview: Kenya is home to the original, classic African safari. From seeing the Big Five and the Great Migration to relaxing or being active in an exclusive, private conservancy, Kenya has it all. Visit private conservancies bordering the Masai Mara during Migration season to see a profusion of wildlife from plains game to predators. Enjoy the serenity and vastness of the Tsavo-Amboseli ecosystem. Explore the wilderness by conventional safari vehicle, on foot, on horse-back, on camel-back, or by helicopter.
Cost: from US$ 11,000 per person.
poaching for the international ivory trade, human-wildlife conflict at borders & outside parks, especially with predators around livestock & elephants around small-holder farms, deforestation for agriculture & due to human population growth.
Conservation projects: You have a chance to visit conservation projects during your safari, and even get involved if you want to – from darting & collaring operations, to radio tracking, and community based educational and other activities. Some of the projects here include: Vulture Conservation Project, Tsavo Cheetah Conservation Project, EWASO Lions Samburu, Sera & Namunyak Conservancies, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Mara North Conservancy, Olare-Motorogi Conservancy.
: we hand-pick accommodation to suit your style.
Here is a selection of some of our favourites:
Ol Jogi Home, Serian Mara Camp, Mara Plains Camp, Ol Donyo Lodge, Lewa Camp, Saruni Samburu Camp, Shompole Lodge, Sosian Lodge, Solio Lodge, Ol Lentille Camp.