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KENYA SAFARI? WALK IN THE PARK

Answer the call of the wild on one of our amazing Kenya safari holidays. With a diverse landscape ranging from the Masai Mara grasslands, to the towering peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, Kenya boasts some of Africa’s best safari destinations. It’s one of the few countries where wildlife still exists in abundance, roaming freely in its natural habitat. On a Kenya safari, you can enjoy spectacular game drives in search of all sorts of African animals, including the famous 'Big Five' – lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo.

Kenya is also world-famous for the Great Migration. One of the world’s most amazing natural phenomena, this annual event sees two million wildebeest, gazelle and zebra make their way from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara. If you plan your safari trip for July or August, you can watch thousands of these creatures gathering on the plains – along with lions, leopards and cheetahs, looking for hunting opportunities.

Whether you’re planning a family adventure or a romantic honeymoon, our Kenya safaris have got you covered. You can enjoy a group safari in an open-top 4x4, or opt for a private game drive. Alternatively, why not explore in style with a fly-in safari? You’ll soar over the African grasslands in a light aircraft, looking out for wildlife as you go, before landing near your rustic lodge where you can embark on an unforgettable game drive.

As well as a number of different reserves to choose from, Kenya has camps and lodges to suit all budgets – so whatever kind of holiday you’re after, we have just the thing. For an extra special experience, why not combine your Kenya safari holiday with a tropical beach break? You could head to Mombasa’s white sands on the Kenyan coast, or hop on a short flight to Mauritius or the Seychelles. Tempted? Speak to our Travel Specialists to find out more.

The Great Migration

Masai Mara safaris

Amboseli National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park

Nairobi National Park

The Great Migration

Kenya is the iconic location of the Great Migration. Between July and October every year, the Masai Mara fills with thousands of grazers, as they journey from the Serengeti in search of water and fresh grasslands. The migration usually starts between late-July and early-August but, as this show is run by Mother Nature, timings can vary.

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During the Great Migration, it’s thought that 1.5 million wildebeest, 400,000 zebra and 300,000 travel to the Masai Mara. If you plan your Kenya safari for July, you’ll be able to watch dramatic river crossings, as the animals dodge strong currents and lurking crocodiles. During August and September, meanwhile, the wildebeest creatures make themselves at home on the plains, eagerly watched by big cats and hyenas. In October, the rains return to Kenya – and by November, the wildebeest begin their journey back to the Serengeti.

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Masai Mara safaris

The Masai Mara is the ultimate destination for a Kenya safari holiday. Located in the southwest of the country, tucked inside the Great Rift Valley, this incredible grassland covers nearly 600 square miles. And it shares an unfenced border with Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, allowing animals to move freely between the two.

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There’s never a bad time to go on safari in the Masai Mara, as there are excellent wildlife-watching opportunities all year around. Its diverse population includes the ‘Big Five’, as well as giraffes, hippos, zebras, and hundreds of bird species. And you’ll have a brilliant chance of seeing cheetahs, as the Masai Mara is one of the best places in the world to see them.

Make sure you also spend some time learning about the Maasai people. Instantly recognisable by their iconic red robes and impressive shields – which you can also see on Kenya’s national flag – the Maasai Tribe continue to uphold many of their traditional customs.

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Amboseli National Park

Although Amboseli National Park only covers about 150 square miles, its wide-open landscape makes for an easy safari holiday. In fact, it’s the best place in Africa to get close to large herds of wild elephants, as more than 1,000 of these gentle giants call this place home. But that’s by no means all you’ll see. Besides big cats and grazing herds, Amboseli National Park has more than 400 bird species, including dozens of birds of prey. 

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The southern boundary of the park is dominated by Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. Clouds can sometimes render Kilimanjaro invisible, but fantastic photo opportunities are available when this clears – usually around dawn or dusk. The combination of wildlife and incredible views makes Amboseli National Park a great choice for your safari holiday in Kenya.

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Lake Nakuru National Park

Kenya safaris don’t come much more picturesque than by Lake Nakuru. Its combination of bushy grassland, acacia trees and rocky escarpments is breathtakingly beautiful. And, as the name suggests, the park’s defining feature is a large, shallow lake.

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Over two million flamingos used to congregate around Lake Nakuru to feed, turning the whole area awash with pink. Their numbers dropped between 2014 and 2019 but, in recent years, these colourful birds have started to return. You’ll also be able to see other bird species, including pelicans, cormorants and kingfishers. While there aren’t any elephants in Lake Nakuru National Park, it is home to both black and white rhinos, and the endangered Rothschild's giraffe.

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Nairobi National Park

If you’re after a Kenya safari holiday that combines wildlife with a city break, look no further. Just six miles south of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi National Park is the country’s most accessible game reserve. In fact, it’s the only game reserve in the world that borders a capital city. The savannah is home to a large and varied wildlife population – and, in certain places, you can even view the animals against a backdrop of Nairobi’s nearby skyscrapers. 

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Although the absence of elephants means it can’t be classified as a ‘Big Five’ reserve, Nairobi National Park is one of the best places in East Africa for spotting black rhinos. Other residents include giraffe, zebra, ostrich, buffalo, and more than 400 bird species. Cheetahs, lions and leopards also roam here, but they’re not seen all that often – you’ll need a bit of luck and patience to see one of these infamous creatures.

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The Great Migration

The Great Migration

Kenya is the iconic location of the Great Migration. Between July and October every year, the Masai Mara fills with thousands of grazers, as they journey from the Serengeti in search of water and fresh grasslands. The migration usually starts between late-July and early-August but, as this show is run by Mother Nature, timings can vary.

Show More
Show Less

During the Great Migration, it’s thought that 1.5 million wildebeest, 400,000 zebra and 300,000 travel to the Masai Mara. If you plan your Kenya safari for July, you’ll be able to watch dramatic river crossings, as the animals dodge strong currents and lurking crocodiles. During August and September, meanwhile, the wildebeest creatures make themselves at home on the plains, eagerly watched by big cats and hyenas. In October, the rains return to Kenya – and by November, the wildebeest begin their journey back to the Serengeti.

Show More
Show Less

Masai Mara safaris

Masai Mara safaris

The Masai Mara is the ultimate destination for a Kenya safari holiday. Located in the southwest of the country, tucked inside the Great Rift Valley, this incredible grassland covers nearly 600 square miles. And it shares an unfenced border with Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, allowing animals to move freely between the two.

Show More
Show Less

There’s never a bad time to go on safari in the Masai Mara, as there are excellent wildlife-watching opportunities all year around. Its diverse population includes the ‘Big Five’, as well as giraffes, hippos, zebras, and hundreds of bird species. And you’ll have a brilliant chance of seeing cheetahs, as the Masai Mara is one of the best places in the world to see them.

Make sure you also spend some time learning about the Maasai people. Instantly recognisable by their iconic red robes and impressive shields – which you can also see on Kenya’s national flag – the Maasai Tribe continue to uphold many of their traditional customs.

Show More
Show Less

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park

Although Amboseli National Park only covers about 150 square miles, its wide-open landscape makes for an easy safari holiday. In fact, it’s the best place in Africa to get close to large herds of wild elephants, as more than 1,000 of these gentle giants call this place home. But that’s by no means all you’ll see. Besides big cats and grazing herds, Amboseli National Park has more than 400 bird species, including dozens of birds of prey. 

Show More
Show Less

The southern boundary of the park is dominated by Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. Clouds can sometimes render Kilimanjaro invisible, but fantastic photo opportunities are available when this clears – usually around dawn or dusk. The combination of wildlife and incredible views makes Amboseli National Park a great choice for your safari holiday in Kenya.

Show More
Show Less

Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park

Kenya safaris don’t come much more picturesque than by Lake Nakuru. Its combination of bushy grassland, acacia trees and rocky escarpments is breathtakingly beautiful. And, as the name suggests, the park’s defining feature is a large, shallow lake.

Show More
Show Less

Over two million flamingos used to congregate around Lake Nakuru to feed, turning the whole area awash with pink. Their numbers dropped between 2014 and 2019 but, in recent years, these colourful birds have started to return. You’ll also be able to see other bird species, including pelicans, cormorants and kingfishers. While there aren’t any elephants in Lake Nakuru National Park, it is home to both black and white rhinos, and the endangered Rothschild's giraffe.

Show More
Show Less

Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park

If you’re after a Kenya safari holiday that combines wildlife with a city break, look no further. Just six miles south of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi National Park is the country’s most accessible game reserve. In fact, it’s the only game reserve in the world that borders a capital city. The savannah is home to a large and varied wildlife population – and, in certain places, you can even view the animals against a backdrop of Nairobi’s nearby skyscrapers. 

Show More
Show Less

Although the absence of elephants means it can’t be classified as a ‘Big Five’ reserve, Nairobi National Park is one of the best places in East Africa for spotting black rhinos. Other residents include giraffe, zebra, ostrich, buffalo, and more than 400 bird species. Cheetahs, lions and leopards also roam here, but they’re not seen all that often – you’ll need a bit of luck and patience to see one of these infamous creatures.

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