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Kenya

Kenya is one of the premier safari destinations in Africa, well known for its cultural safari heritage. The stunning scenery, teaming wildlife, diverse tribes and the friendliest of welcomes are all part of Kenya’s appeal.

Home of Safari

The range of landscapes is extraordinary.. from the icy glaciers of Mt Kenya, rich montane forests, sprawling Savannah teeming with wildlife down to the Indian Ocean and it’s coral reefs and pristine beaches. Our safaris focus on the amazing community wildlife conservancies and their intimate boutique camps and lodges and steer away from National Parks or areas with high visitor numbers.

This is the safari experience we believe in for our clients. The community conservancies are extremely valuable conservation tools and are an important economic resource for communities. Through strict controls on visitor numbers, ethical guiding and superb wildlife the safari experience is first class. Join us for a visit to the home of safari and enjoy this remarkable renaissance.

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Suggested destinations

Masai Mara Conservancies

Maasai Mara forms Africa’s most diverse and spectacular eco-systems and possibly the world’s top safari game viewing. Read More

Laikipia

The Laikipia plateau is a region of wild landscapes and wildlife stretching from east to west largely lying within private and community conservancies, including three extremely important rhino sanctuaries. Read More

Rift Valley Lakes

These freshwater and alkaline lakes, Nakuru, Baringo, Naivasha and Elementaita host some of the highest bird species counts in the world. Read More

Amboseli

Amboseli is famous for its huge roaming herds of elephant and it’s great scenic beauty – the landscape dominated by Mount Kilimanjaro. Read More

Masai Mara Conservancy

Maasai Mara forms Africa’s most diverse and spectacular eco-systems and possibly the world’s top safari game viewing. Private community conservancies offer the highest quality safari experience due to the low density of vehicles and also offer walks, night drives and opportunities to interact with the Maasai custodians of this land.

Laikipia

The Laikipia plateau is a region of wild landscapes and wildlife stretching from east to west largely lying within private and community conservancies, including three extremely important rhino sanctuaries. Many of these conservation areas offer a wide range of activities such as camel riding, canoeing, quad biking, mountain biking and walking.

Rift Valley Lakes

These freshwater and alkaline lakes, Nakuru, Baringo, Naivasha and Elementaita host some of the highest bird species counts in the world. Lake Bogoria and Elementaita and known for their flamingo populations whilst Lake Nakuru lies within a National Park packed with wildlife, including the threatened Black Rhino, and the lake is a major nesting and breeding ground for great white pelicans.

Amboseli

Amboseli is famous for its huge roaming herds of elephant and it’s great scenic beauty – the landscape dominated by Mount Kilimanjaro. The swampland fed by Kilimanjaro’s streams provide a crucial water source for wildlife and in addition hold a fabulous array of birdlife.

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What our Clients say

Karen

I am thrilled with all my photos and put the best ones into photo books. I now enjoy showing these to my friends who are all envious of the fantastic holiday I had! Thank you for being such an excellent guide. Of all the wonderful scenery, birds, mammals and plants I saw, the shots of the African sunset still bring a tear of joy to my eyes. I never expected to get that! I think the whole holiday exceeded my expectations even the amazing thunderstorms that we experienced. I hope to return again one day!

Kate & Richard

We are back home in a rather damp dark England and wishing we were back in Kenyan sunshine. We just want to say a big "Thank you" to you and your team for such a marvelous trip. Everything was perfect from the moment Kenneth picked us up until we said "goodbye to Peter at the airport. The arrangements you made, the camps, the weather, and the animals we saw could not have been bettered. Thank you very much for all the trouble you took for us. We really hope it will not be our last visit!

Millie

We had THE most wonderful holiday. Thank you, to you, and your team for all your organizing. Thank you for the goodie bag on arrival. It was lovely for us both not to have to think about a thing - and to have everything taken care of so expertly. All in all a dream holiday.......and we saw Cheetah and her cubs and leopard!! Thank you again. Hopefully it won't be too long before we can come again.