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Kenya, the original destination of African game safaris offers an escape like no other. This beautiful country located in East Africa covers vast savannahs, towering mountains, the incredible Rift Valley, and relaxing coastlines.
The country provides up-close and personal encounters with its brimming wildlife and nature. A luxury Kenya safari is one of the most classic ways to experience the uniqueness of the country. It also boasts beautiful landscapes as well as a thriving floral and faunal life. From the iconic wildebeest migration seen in a Masai Mara trip to the most popular beaches overlooking the Indian ocean, a Kenya vacation should be on every traveler’s bucket list.
A luxury Kenya safari offers a great opportunity to seek cultural interactions with different tribes of various regions. One can also learn about their traditions and skills. Such thrilling adventures and activities included in a luxury Kenya safari elevates your typical holiday to another level.
Wild Voyager treats guests with customized Kenya safari itineraries, perfect for any type of traveler. Our luxury Kenya safari includes not only game drives in the bush but also beach options overlooking turquoise waters. After having a glimpse of bush adventures, guests can discover a whole new world in the waters of the Indian ocean. Snorkeling and scuba diving are just some of the activities that are famous on Kenyan beaches.
Witnessing wildebeests grazing against the picture-perfect backdrop of the mountains is an unbelievable sight possible only on a Kenya vacation.
One of the highlights of a luxury Kenya Safari is the abundant accommodation choices available. Guests can stay in luxury lodges and cozy camps, which offer the best Kenyan hospitality. Finally, the country is recognized as a melting pot of cultures. Guests can interact with locals as well as other travelers along the journey.
The country offers endless choices to choose from that can be found in many of Kenya's safari itineraries.
Kenya has 3 distinct holiday themes, the most prominent one is the wildlife circuit, for which Kenya is famous globally. Then Kenya also has a vibrant beach circuit on its coast. Finally, there are some great options for those who enjoy hiking and trekking. Whichever option or combinations of options you choose, be sure to savor lip-smacking local cuisine and get a first-hand taste of authentic Masai and other local cultures. Your Kenya experience cannot be complete without savoring a few experiential stay options. Kenya offers some of the most luxurious and nature-friendly accommodations found in the world, while it also caters to the midrange segment equally well. Reach out to our destination experts to design a perfect Kenya trip for you as per your tastes, or you can look for a Kenya fixed departure listed above.
Masai Mara National Reserve
The Masai Mara National Reserve is almost always included in Kenya Safari itineraries. A Masai Mara safari displays the annual spectacle, which is the great migration. First and foremost, among them is Masai Mara, arguably the most famous national park in the world, which has been the subject of multiple documentaries like the BBC Big Cats Diary. Masai Mara is the center stage of the great annual migration of over 2 million Wildebeests and Zebras which is often touted as the 8th wonder of the world. The abundance of big cats, birds, and other wildlife in the Mara just amazes a first-time visitor, and even continues to amaze veterans as well. At Masai Mara, one can see all the African big 5, as also over 470 bird species have been recorded there. Some of the notable mammals are Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs, Rhino, Giraffe, Zebra, elephants, Hippopotamus, Impala, Thomson Gazelle, Eland, Waterbuck, Warthog, and of course the Wildebeest.
Lake Nakuru National Park
This is a 45 square km lake, which is one of the Rift Valley soda lakes. Circumventing the lake is a beautiful forest which is famous for its Black Rhino and White Rhino population, Rothschild Giraffe (One found in Masai Mara is Masai Giraffe), plenty of birds (many are not found in Masai Mara), and earlier it was a great habitat for thousands of flamingos. The park is characterized by grasslands and woodlands. Now, still flamingos are found there but not in abundance. Nakuru also has a good Lion population which is seen often. Witnessing millions of pink flamingos crowding the lake is an iconic sight during a Kenya vacation.
Amboseli National Park
After a Masai Mara luxury safari, the second most popular national park is Amboseli. It is synonymous with its large elephant herds and the dramatic views of Mount Kilimanjaro. It is the highest peak in the entirety of the African continent. Along with elephants, numerous plains animals, as well as predators like cheetahs and lions, can be spotted. Panoramic views, incredible sunrise and sunsets, and excellent wildlife viewing are just some of the things offered by Amboseli. Africa's tallest peak is located in Tanzania just across the border.
Laikipia Plateau – The Laikipia Plateau stretches till Lake Baringo, covering a vast area. It is one of the lesser-known wildlife areas, perfect for spending a tranquil yet luxury Kenya safari. The huge plateau is further divided into ranches or wildlife conservancies. They house several endangered species. Inclusive in its wildlife population is the rare black rhinos and wild dogs that are seen sprawled on the plateau.
Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake about a 2-hour drive from Nairobi. It is famous for its Pelican population, some Flamingos, and the African Fish Eagle. The primary way of enjoying the wildlife is through boating safaris on the lake. Also seen abundantly are Hippos floating in the water while boating.
Ol Pejeta is a private conservancy (all others listed above are national parks) that is home to a good black rhino population and shelters the last two remaining northern white rhinos on this planet. It is also iconic because one has to cross the equator while driving to Ol Pajeta from Nairobi. Ol Pejeta is just north of the equator, while Nairobi lies in the south. Ol Pejeta is a 400 sq. kilometer conservancy located in the Laikipia region. Other wildlife species seen during a luxury Kenya safari in Ol Pejeta are lions, giraffes, and elephants.
Samburu National Park
The Samburu Reserve is a premier destination, commonly seen in many Kenya safari itineraries. It boasts pristine wilderness and borders the Ewaso Ng’iro River. Samburu is famous for its frequent leopard sightings, rivaling or sometimes even more than Masai Mara. That apart it has a very unique forest landscape, which is unlike most the other Kenyan national parks. It is also famous for its Grevy's zebra population, which is another kind of Zebra than what is seen in Masai Mara and most parks in Kenya.
Mount Longonot – A stratovolcano, Mount Longonot lies near the Great Rift Valley. The crater rim of the mountain offers remarkable views of the valley and Lake Naivasha. The mountain is famous for treks and hikes, activities that are often included in Kenya Safari itineraries.
Kenya has some of the most breath-taking beaches in the world like: -
Watamu – Kenya Safari itineraries not only include bush activities but also beach experiences. Watamu is one such beach that has a scenic coastline and is surrounded by broad lagoons and bays. Its crystal-clear waters house a vibrant marine life species. The Watamu Marine National Park has more than 600 fish species. It is a unique attraction to visit in Watamu.
Diani Beach – On the Kenyan south coast lies the Diani Beach which offers sky diving, deep-sea fishing, windsurfing, and other adventurous activities. The beach has nearby attractions such as Kisite Mpunguti Marine Park, Kongo Mosque, and the Kaya Kinodo Forest.
Kilifi Beach – This is a relaxing beach nestled on the south of Kilifi creek. The beach provides a peaceful environment wherein visitors can sunbathe under the palm and baobab trees. After trying out water activities, guests can leisurely ride the dhow boats and appreciate the sunsets. Kilifi Beach is a great destination to add on for a calm Kenya vacation.
Mount Kenya is considered the most technically challenging climb in the whole of Africa, even more than Mount Kilimanjaro. However, the rewards are many, including some of the most pristine scenery you will encounter along the way. Also at the base of the mountain lies the Mount Kenya National Park, which is also home to a decent wildlife population.
Hells Gate National Park
It is one of the best rock climbing destinations in Kenya, and also a place where you can cycle with Giraffes and Zebras. It has some amazing scenery including huge cliffs, stark rock towers, water-gouged gorges, naked volcanoes and many geothermal steam making it one of the most atmospheric Parks in Africa.
All the above tourist destinations in Kenya boast of a spectacular range of accommodation, suiting all budgets. What stays in the memories of our guests is staying at one of the unique and experiential properties. Many of these while offering creature comforts, also offer a glimpse of staying amidst nature, so much so that in some of them you can sometimes hear Lions and other animals making noises right from your bed.
Some of the unique accommodations we work with are Sanctuary Olonana, Mahali Mzuri, Angama Mara, Serena Sweetwaters, Mara Sarova, Governor's camp, Nakuru Lion Hill, Olgatuni Camp, Elewana beach resort, and many others. Each is unique in its own way and different from others. When you consult our destination experts for designing your Kenya holiday, they will recommend the right one for you depending on your tastes and budget.
The luxury tents, camps, and lodges found in the country are unique in their location and hospitality. While some are modern, others remain rustic to match the local Kenyan culture. There are various properties available for every type of taste and cost.
A luxury Kenya safari is one of the most rewarding ways to experience Kenya. With endless safari destinations and activities awaiting, a Kenya vacation is a must.
We craft carefully considered Kenya safari itineraries, that suit every preference and budget.