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Boasting incredible wildlife and cinematic landscapes, Kenya is truly one-of-a-kind. On Africa’s east coast, this scenic pocket is made up of rolling plains, cultural villages, staggering lakes, and jaw-dropping beaches. Eager to see it all for yourself? One of our Kenya tours is the best way to do it.

Kenya is often called “the whole of Africa in one country” – so, as you might expect, there’s plenty to see. You can explore bustling Nairobi, and learn about the country’s native culture with a visit to a tribal village. Embark on an unforgettable safari in the Masai Mara, keeping your eyes peeled for cheetahs, giraffes, lions and rhinos. Watch herds of elephants roam across Amboseli National Park, and marvel at the dramatic peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. Our carefully-planned Kenya itineraries allow you to take in all the major highlights, in one easy trip.

We have a number of exciting Kenya tours for you to choose from. You can meet like-minded travellers on a small-group tour or, if you’d prefer to simply travel with your own party, you can opt for a private tour. And our Travel Specialists can help you select the right accommodation for you. Whether you’re dreaming of a laidback lodge or a luxury safari tent, we’ve got you covered.

After an action-packed trip, why not unwind with some beach time? You can easily extend your holiday with a week on Kenya’s coast, relaxing on sugar-white sands in Mombasa. Or go somewhere else altogether when you fly to nearby Zanzibar or Mauritius. However you want to explore, our team will help you plan your tailor-made adventure.

Types of Kenya tours

Kenya safari tours

Tour accommodation

Best time to go to Kenya

Types of Kenya tours

We’ve handpicked the very best Kenya tours, so you can easily choose the right one for you. You can go on a Kenya tour in a small group or, for a more intimate experience, opt for a private tour. Most tours are undertaken on four wheels, in a comfortable 4x4. But other itineraries will see you travel in a light aircraft. Both stylish and speedy, this is the perfect choice for a special birthday, anniversary or honeymoon. 

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Most Kenya itineraries begin in bustling Nairobi, before continuing in the wild. You can spend some time searching for the ‘Big Five’ in stunning areas like the Masai Mara and Amboseli National Park, and watch wild flamingos fly into Lake Nakuru. Lots of Kenya tours include a cultural experience, too, such as a visit to a tribal village.

Want to see more of Africa? Opt for an itinerary which includes some time in neighbouring Tanzania, where you can explore the incredible Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater.

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Kenya safari tours

It goes without saying that a safari is sure to be the highlight of any Kenya tour. You’ll have the opportunity to see the ‘Big Five’ – lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant – as well as cheetahs, giraffes, hippos and zebra. Kenya is also home to more than 1,100 species of bird, so twitchers will be in their element.

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In the world-famous Masai Mara, you can embark on thrilling game drives with expert guides, as you search for big cats and gentle grazers. Between July and October, you’ll even be able to witness the Great Migration, when two million wildebeest, gazelle and zebra make the journey from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara.

Many tours also include some time in Amboseli National Park, as this is the best place to see herds of elephants. Elsewhere, Lake Nakuru is celebrated for its flamingos, Rothschild’s giraffes and endangered black rhinos.

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Tour accommodation

Our carefully selected Kenya tours offer a variety of accommodation. When you first arrive in the capital, luxury options – like Hemingways Nairobi and Nairobi Serena Hotel – are the ideal place to stay, so you feel rested and refreshed after your flight.

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Then it’s time to walk on the wild side – but you certainly won’t be slumming it. During the safari part of your tour, you can look forward to rustic lodges and luxury tented camps. Mara Serena Safari Lodge, for instance, is perched on a hillside overlooking the savannah. So, whether you’re in your comfortable suite or the pool, you’ll have fantastic views.

Elsewhere, the iconic Governors’ Camp takes ‘glamping’ to the next level. Kenya’s first permanent tented camp, this place boasts 30 gorgeous tents, each complete with a modern bathroom, private veranda and Wi-Fi. There’s also a bar tent, dining tent, and luxury spa tent.

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Best time to go to Kenya

In Kenya, temperatures range between 20°C and 30°C throughout the year – but some months are better than others. It’s best to book your Kenya tour for the dry season, which runs from July to October. This is the ideal time to see the country’s wildlife, as the animals are easier to spot. The annual Great Migration also begins in July so, in summer, you’ll be able to see up to two million of wildebeest and gazelle grazing on the plains.

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If you’d prefer to avoid the crowds, December to February makes a great alternative to peak season. You can expect mild temperatures around 25°C, and you’ll still see plenty of animals.

March to May sees a lot of rain, which can make travel difficult. There’s also a second, short wet season between October and November, but these downfalls tend to be quick and less frequent

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Types of Kenya tours

Types of Kenya tours

We’ve handpicked the very best Kenya tours, so you can easily choose the right one for you. You can go on a Kenya tour in a small group or, for a more intimate experience, opt for a private tour. Most tours are undertaken on four wheels, in a comfortable 4x4. But other itineraries will see you travel in a light aircraft. Both stylish and speedy, this is the perfect choice for a special birthday, anniversary or honeymoon. 

Show More
Show Less

Most Kenya itineraries begin in bustling Nairobi, before continuing in the wild. You can spend some time searching for the ‘Big Five’ in stunning areas like the Masai Mara and Amboseli National Park, and watch wild flamingos fly into Lake Nakuru. Lots of Kenya tours include a cultural experience, too, such as a visit to a tribal village.

Want to see more of Africa? Opt for an itinerary which includes some time in neighbouring Tanzania, where you can explore the incredible Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater.

Show More
Show Less

Kenya safari tours

Kenya safari tours

It goes without saying that a safari is sure to be the highlight of any Kenya tour. You’ll have the opportunity to see the ‘Big Five’ – lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant – as well as cheetahs, giraffes, hippos and zebra. Kenya is also home to more than 1,100 species of bird, so twitchers will be in their element.

Show More
Show Less

In the world-famous Masai Mara, you can embark on thrilling game drives with expert guides, as you search for big cats and gentle grazers. Between July and October, you’ll even be able to witness the Great Migration, when two million wildebeest, gazelle and zebra make the journey from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara.

Many tours also include some time in Amboseli National Park, as this is the best place to see herds of elephants. Elsewhere, Lake Nakuru is celebrated for its flamingos, Rothschild’s giraffes and endangered black rhinos.

Show More
Show Less

Tour accommodation

Tour accommodation

Our carefully selected Kenya tours offer a variety of accommodation. When you first arrive in the capital, luxury options – like Hemingways Nairobi and Nairobi Serena Hotel – are the ideal place to stay, so you feel rested and refreshed after your flight.

Show More
Show Less

Then it’s time to walk on the wild side – but you certainly won’t be slumming it. During the safari part of your tour, you can look forward to rustic lodges and luxury tented camps. Mara Serena Safari Lodge, for instance, is perched on a hillside overlooking the savannah. So, whether you’re in your comfortable suite or the pool, you’ll have fantastic views.

Elsewhere, the iconic Governors’ Camp takes ‘glamping’ to the next level. Kenya’s first permanent tented camp, this place boasts 30 gorgeous tents, each complete with a modern bathroom, private veranda and Wi-Fi. There’s also a bar tent, dining tent, and luxury spa tent.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go to Kenya

Best time to go to Kenya

In Kenya, temperatures range between 20°C and 30°C throughout the year – but some months are better than others. It’s best to book your Kenya tour for the dry season, which runs from July to October. This is the ideal time to see the country’s wildlife, as the animals are easier to spot. The annual Great Migration also begins in July so, in summer, you’ll be able to see up to two million of wildebeest and gazelle grazing on the plains.

Show More
Show Less

If you’d prefer to avoid the crowds, December to February makes a great alternative to peak season. You can expect mild temperatures around 25°C, and you’ll still see plenty of animals.

March to May sees a lot of rain, which can make travel difficult. There’s also a second, short wet season between October and November, but these downfalls tend to be quick and less frequent

Show More
Show Less

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