Stay 3 nights and pay for only 2 when staying at any of these Luxury Kenyan Safari Camps, which equates to a saving of 33% or up to £600.
Cottars 1920’s camp
Elephant Pepper Camp
Lewa Safari Camp
Each of these luxury tented camps aim to allow guests a real safari experience, there is a strong emphasis on the wildlife experience and top quality guiding, in some of the most stunning locations of East Africa.
*Excludes August and Sept valid from now until Dec 2013
Experience the great migration on the endless plains of the Maasai Mara
Enjoy safaris with a difference including camel safaris or mobile horse safaris
Unwind on tropical white beaches, or dive in the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean
Visit the Lamu archipelago, rich in Swahili culture and tradition
Kenya is perfect for family safaris, honeymoon or special anniversaries
With a background of travelling extensively in East Africa Chris has a wealth of experience and a great passion for this beautiful and hugely diverse country. Kenya can rightly lay claim to the moniker of being the “Home of the Safari” where the exceptionally high quality of accommodation and superb guiding has been gradually fine tuned since the turn of the 19th Century. The eye watering combination of some of Africa’s best wildlife viewing and famous parks such as the Maasai Mara and the endless white sands of the Swahili coast make this a perfect destination for honeymooners and special occasions.
The huge range of quality accommodation – and sometimes private family camps - on offer means that Kenya is also perfect for families. Family friendly camps and activities for safari addicts of all ages, from walking safaris, mobile bush camps, game drives, horse or camel safaris! There is also the chance to join members from the Maasai community to learn a little about their colourful culture.
Kenya however, can often be dismissed as being too busy and certain areas in the Mara where you find the large lodges can get crowded at certain times, but the Mara is just one of over 50 national parks and far from the largest. You can watch elephants roam on the plains in the shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro at Amboseli, the pioneering private wildlife reserves in Laikipia (home to more endangered animals than anywhere in East Africa, but virtually no tourists), the largest park in Kenya at Tsavo, which many feel has the most dramatic natural landscape in the country.
Some of the most spectacular wildlife viewing on the planet can be found on the open plains of the famous Maasai Mara which is at its most spectacular in July and August when the annual migration is in full flow. There are some excellent small, luxury tented lodges that combine the warmth and atmosphere of a home, with the style and service of any of the world’s best hotels and are the perfect base from which to witness the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle.
There is then no better antidote to the dusty safaris than finding a secluded spot along the 536 kilometres of spectacular tropical coastline, dotted with remote, beautiful islands and beach retreats that offer all kinds of water-based activities, from world class snorkelling and scuba diving to water skiing and kite surfing - or pure, undisturbed relaxation.
For more information or advice on planning your Safari to Kenya, either for a honeymoon, special occasion or family safari, please contact Chris on 01285 880 980.
Journey Ideas For Kenya
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- Kenya Honeymoon
A perfect honeymoon destination, 13 Days from £4,290 for the Bride and £5,690 for the Groom.
- Lake Nakuru and Laikipia Safari
Explore this wildlife rich region for 8 days from £2,595pp.