Kenya Holiday Packages

Kenya is the country which almost invented the safari holiday, as it was one of the first to embrace this extraordinary and exciting experience, showing the wonders of the wild.

It was also the first to introduce the concept of the Big Five – elephant, lion, rhinoceros, buffalo and leopard – because it is possible to see them all here. A vast land which stretches from the Indian Ocean across the low plains to Lake Victoria on the border with Uganda, and to the central highlands which are bisected by the Great Rift Valley, right through to Mount Kenya, the country’s highest point.

It is a land of explorers, farmers, adventurers and more than 70 indigenous tribal groups, while offering the most magnificent national parks and nature reserves on the continent. There is the Amboseli National Park at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro or the Masai Mara at the northern end of the Serengeti, which is part of the whole migration experience where hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebra and antelope follow the rains. Then there is the desert-like Samburu Reserve and the Rift Valley Lakes – both freshwater and salt and famed for their profusion of birdlife, hippos and crocodiles – and not to mention the beaches of the seductive Indian Ocean resorts.

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  • Take a balloon ride over the Masai Mara
  • Follow the migration
  • Breakfast with giraffes at Giraffe Manor
  • Dive off the coast of Mombasa
  • Visit a traditional Masai village


  • Dry Season – December to February & June to October
  • Green Season – March to May & November


  • The Big Five, Giraffes, Hyena, Cheetah, Crocodile, Hippo

Fast facts

  • Capital – Nairobi
  • Currency – Kenyan Shilling
  • Point of Entry – Nairobi, Mombasa
  • Airlines – British Airways, Kenya Airways
  • Flying Time – 8 hours 20 minutes
  • Time Zone – GMT +3
  • UK and Irish travellers must apply for their visas in advance of arrival in Kenya via the e-visa portal:
  • Medical Requirements – Malaria prophylaxis & Yellow Fever vaccination recommended

Insider tips

  • If arriving into the domestic airport in the afternoon and flying out of the international airport in the evening ask us to transfer you to a local restaurant for dinner – the options at the airport are not great

When to go

  • The wildebeest migration occurs in the Masai Mara between mid-August and October
  • Avoid going on safari in April & May as this is the main rainy season
  • Some coastal properties close from April to June each year


South of Mombasa, on a quiet stretch of white sand away from the crowds and the busier beaches of the Kenyan coast you will find Almanara, a collection of luxury villas and a five bedroom boutique hotel providing space, privacy and personal service.  This small, intimate resort has just six villas set back from the beach in a tropical gar...
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Angama Mara

Angama Mara enjoys a superb position on the top of an escarpment overlooking the Masai Mara 300 metres below. A private access road leads to the game rich Mara Triangle area of the reserve where expert guides take guests on game drives to see the famous prolific wildlife found here including big cats and, in season, the herds of the wildebeest migr...
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Cottar's 1920s Camp

For an Out of Africa experience, right in the heart of Kenya, this traditional camp set on its own 6000 acre private conservancy is where to come. As its name implies, it conjures up a bygone era and all the romance of African safaris. On the border of the Masai Mara with the Serengeti and Loliondo reserves, it preserves its authenti...
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Elephant Pepper Camp

Enjoy a true Masai Mara safari experience in this tented bush camp on the northern edge of the reserve. There are just eight tented suites and one family suite, each offering dressing rooms and safari showers.This is a totally eco-friendly experience with no generators, no permanent structures and no passing vehicles; just the sights and sound...
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Elsa's Kopje

One of the most famous lodges in Africa, it is named after Elsa the lioness made famous in the film “Born Free”, who was released into the wild here at Meru National Park. The nine stone and thatched cottages and one honeymoon suite blend into the hillside and are barely visible as guests approach the kopje.As well as being spacious and...
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The focus of the camp is the large mess and lounge tent with plenty of space to relax and view the wildlife that is attracted to the waterhole in front of the camp which seems to be in constant use by all manner of game including giraffe, zebra, elephant and buffalo. A short drive away nestled beside a rocky outcrop is the pool house, the perfect p...
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Giraffe Manor

Giraffe Manor is one of Nairobi’s most iconic historical buildings dating back to the 1930s and is reminiscent of the early days of Europeans in East Africa. Whilst the building itself resonates with the past, very much present is the herd of resident Rothschild giraffe who tend to visit the Manor in the mornings and evenings to greet guests ...
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Governors' Camp

Old-style charm fused with 21st-century creature comforts in the heart of East Africa’s prime wildlife area.Originally built for the exclusive use of Kenya’s colonial governors, it still offers one of the best classic safari experiences anywhere. Set along the Mara River, it provides extraordinary sightings of hippo & crocodile...
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Governors' Il Moran Camp

Along the banks of the Mara River, this is the camp to head for when you want all the excitement of the bush with the ultimate in luxury. There are just ten spacious tents, each with Victorian-style bathrooms & vast king-size beds made from fallen olive trees.An ideal honeymoon haven or simply the place to come for a special occasion or celebra...
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Hemingways Nairobi

Hemingways Nairobi is an elegant boutique hotel and member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the world. This beautiful hotel is situated in Nairobi's Karen residential area with magnificent views of the nearby Ngong hills. Hemingways Nairobi has been sensitively designed for the discerning visitor offering full facilities expected in a modern day l...
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House of Waine

Originally a family home, this family owned and run property was lovingly converted into a hotel in 2004 and is now one of Nairobi's premier luxury boutique hotels.The hotel is located in the quiet suburb of Karen and is set on 2.5 acres of tropical gardens.11 rooms are individually decorated  and feature large marble bathrooms,&...
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Joy's Camp

Almost a place of pilgrimage, this was built on the site of Joy Adamson’s original home. It was also the home of Penny, the leopard, the heroine of her last book. Ten sumptuous tents overlook a natural spring where elephant, lion, giraffe and buffalo come to refresh. Each is the ultimate in African chic, decorated as it is with Boran textiles...
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Kicheche Bush Camp

The Olare Motorogi Conservancy adjacent to the main Masai Mara National Reserve has strict controls on the numbers of guests and vehicles in the area, providing  visitors with a superb game viewing experience away from the crowds.  Kicheche Bush Camp has a prime position in this wilderness area, guests can witness the annua...
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Kicheche Laikipia Camp

The Ol Pejeta Conservancy offers guests a wonderfully remote environment to enjoy quality game viewing and is home to Kenya's largest population of Black Rhino, considerable numbers of elephant, cheetah, lion and leopard. Nestled in the shadows of Mount Kenya, Kicheche Laikipia Camp has a prime position in the...
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Kinondo Kwetu

Located on a tranquil private beach on the southern coast of Kenya, Kinondo Kwetu is a small all-inclusive luxury resort overlooking the Indian Ocean – an ideal honeymoon hideaway or just the retreat where we all need to get away from it all.Family-owned and run, it is well distanced from any neighbours and can only accommodate a to...
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Kitich Camp

A private forest wildlife experience hidden in a remote valley of the Northern Frontier District.Small and intimate it involves its guests with the local community, by taking them on visits to local villages, but also by organising safari walks guided by the Samburu and Ndorobo people.Here it is possible to spot everything from elephant and leopard...
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Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp

A magical lakeside camp, just two hours’ drive from Nairobi, but a place where in addition to wildlife such as antelope, giraffe, leopard and aardvark, guests can see hundreds of thousands of birds, including the great white pelican and vast flocks of flamingo.The luxury en-suite tents all have private verandahs overlooking the sapphire-blue ...
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Lewa Safari Camp

Close to Mount Kenya and set in the vast Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Lewa Safari Camp  provides an authentic tented safari experience.  The conservancy is a vital sanctuary for endangered rhinos and Grevy's zebra and is also home to a wide variety of other species including elephant, buffalo and predators.  The camp's expert g...
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Lewa Wilderness

The Craig family have been welcoming guests to Lewa Wilderness for over 40 years and have helped to build the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy into a renowned sanctuary protecting the land and the wildlife so that it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  The game viewing on the reserve is excellent and is one of the best places in East Africa to see ...
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Little Governors' Camp

Little Governors’ is intimate in character, with just 17 luxury en-suite tents tucked around a large watering hole that teems with both birds and wildlife. The camp is approached by a boat ride across the Mara River, then an escorted walk through the riverine forest. Vehicles are left on the far river bank, and the camp is therefore quiet and...
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Just a few miles from the Equator, this private game reserve is wild and wonderful and is, set in over 60,000 acres of dramatic wilderness, home to a great variety of wildlife including the Big Five.  Guests can explore the reserve on a varietly of activities including game drives, walks, horse riding and mountain biking.Accommodation includes...
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Loldia House

A Governors' Camp property, Loldia House is the perfect place to start your African adventure - you'll be transported back in time to when the early settlers arrived in Kenya. Set in the Great Rift Valley, Loldia House is often visited by roaming animals and has views of the dormant Mount Longonot volcano. Along with game drives around the ...
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Mahali Mzuri

Mahali Mzuri is the latest project from Sir Richard Branson which only opened in August 2013. Located in the northern region of the Maasai Mara ecosystem it’s the ideal place to view the annual migration. The camp is perched on the side of a lush valley with views that sweep over the endless plains. 12 luxury tented suites are equipped w...
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Mara House

Whether you are travelling to Kenya as a couple, a group of friends or a family, a private house is a great way to enjoy your safari experience.Mara House is located in a wildlife conservancy adjacent to the main Masai Mara National Reserve and, as such, there are fewer lodges and vehicles so you can experience the excellent game viewing witho...
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Naibor Camp

 Within the Masai Mara Reserve, the camp and its large tents offer space and comfort in one of the great game viewing areas of the world. Hidden in a grove of riverine woodland on the banks of the Talek River, each of the seven tents (with two more at the exclusive satellite Little Naibor Camp) has a large viewing deck allowing guests to ...
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Ol Lentille

Located at one of the highest points of northern Kenya’s spectacular Laikipia region, The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is regarded as one of Kenya’s most exclusive safari lodges and is the perfect start or finish to your trip in Kenya.The four private villas are one, two or three bedrooms and are all individually designed and themed offerin...
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Ole Sereni

Set on the main Mombasa Road, in between the International and Domestic Airports, Ole Sereni is an excellent option for an overnight stop in the city. With comfortable, spacious rooms and an excellent restaurant, even those arriving late will be able to enjoy a good meal and rest before journeying on the following morning. There is a lovely pool ar...
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Palacina Hotel Nairobi

The Palacina is Nairobi's premier boutique hotel, both for short stays and longer ones. Guests have the choice of staying in two sections - the suites, which are the hotel accommodation, or the residence which consists of fully serviced apartments for guests staying longer than a month.
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Porini Rhino Camp

In the Laikipia region close to the craggy peak of Mount Kenya lies the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a 90,000 acre reserve that is home to a huge range of animal life including endangered and rare species. This is one of the best places in East Africa to see rhino,  the black, white and four of the remaining seven northern white rhino to b...
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Sala's Camp

Located in a very private area of the Maasai Mara with wonderful views of Tanzania's Serengeti, Sala's Camps makes the perfect spot to watch the great migration unfold.Small and unpretentious, accommodation consists of seven ensuite tents, which are spacious and luxurious and feature hot showers, flushing toilets and running water...
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Sanctuary Olonana

Sanctuary Olonana is an award-winning tented safari camp located on a private stretch of the Mara River in the heart of Kenya’s most famous game reserve, the Masai Mara.This small and exclusive camp, the first of Sanctuary's luxury safari properties, was built along sustainable lines which, along with its innovative wetlands and tree...
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Saruni Mara

Inside the North Mara Conservancy area this is both an eco- & community-friendly luxury lodge.Set up by a group of friends who wanted to conserve the area and help the local community, accommodation is in six elegant cottages with spacious bedrooms and large bathrooms, from which you can see the game whilst showering!A host of activities are av...
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Saruni Samburu

The sister camp to Saruni Mara, this is perched on top of the Kalama Mountains which gives it amazing 360 degree views of northern Kenya and across to Mount Kenya. A design delight of just six suites, four of which are big enough for families. Remote and dramatic with great game and fantastic bird watching the lodge offers luxury with a differ...
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Serena Beach Resort & Spa

Paradise on the Swahili coastline highlighted by the whitest sand and the brightest blue sea.A resort hotel that offers everything a holidaymaker might require – a host of water sports including a PADI dive school, tennis & squash courts, gym, large swimming pool & swim-up bar, and ample time and space in which to do nothing except re...
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Just north of the equator in the Laikipia region of Kenya lies the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a beautiful area that is an important haven for a huge range of wildlife.  Here it is possible to see both black and white rhino in addition to elephant, buffalo, zebra, lion and cheetah.  At Sirikoi Lodge there is a choice of accommodation rangi...
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Sosian Lodge

Located in the foothills of Mount Kenya in the high plains of Laikipia, Sosian Lodge is a beautifully restored African ranch house built in the 1940's by Italian artisans. The area around the property is completely unfenced with wildlife roaming freely across the open plains. Expect to see plenty of lion, elephant, buffalo, over 350 specie...
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Tortilis Camp

In a location that dreams are made of, Tortilis, an award-winning eco resort, has unrivalled views of snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro and a vast elephant population – with more than 1,000 in the park. Nestled in an acacia grove,  his camp provides accommodation in spacious rustic tents, all sited on a raised deck with a large verandah, kin...
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Kenyan Safari and Beach Escape

Days: 11 | From: £2,890 per person based on two sharing
Sometimes it's difficult to decide between safari and beach. On one hand you want to dive into the bush and observe the amazing African animals in their wild environment. But you also want some time to flop onto a beach and forget you ever had to go to work. Well this Kenya escape combines both....
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Between two Paradises: Kenya and Seychelles

Days: 12 | From: £3,850 per person based on two sharing
Unable to decide between spending your holiday taking in the excitement and adventure on an African Safari or indulging in total relaxation on pristine, white sandy beaches and crystalline waters? Well, with this stunning itinerary you can choose both. Combining the breath taking and game-rich Kenya...
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Kenyan Luxury

Days: 13 | From: £6,050 per person based on 2 people sharing
This luxury holiday to Kenya spares nothing. From deep into the safari wilderness to relaxing on pristine beaches it has all and more that you could ever want from a Kenyan holiday. So pack your hiking boots and swimwear, you are in for an adventure like never before.Brief Overview: 1 night Nairobi ...
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The Kenya Experience

Days: 10 | From: £3,495 per person based on sharing
Discover the iconic Kenya destinations of the Great Rift Valley lakes and the world-famous Masai Mara. Enjoy some wonderful game viewing and stay at traditional lodge and tented camp accommodation.  This is an experience you will never forget.Brief Overview: 1 night Palacina Hotel 3 nights Lold...
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Kenya's Wilderness Explored

Days: 13 | From: £5,625 per person based on sharing
Looking for the authentic and traditional African safari experience? This 12 night itinerary takes you deep into the heart of Kenya's vast wildernesses where you will discover breathtaking scenery, world-class game viewing and stay at some of the...
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Kenya Safari & Zanzibar Beach

Days: 14 | From: £5,345 per person based on two sharing
Brief overview: 1 night Nairobi 3 nights Masai Mara National Reserve 3 nights Amboseli National Park 5 nights Zanzibar 1 overnight flight
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Kenya Luxury Family Safari and Beach

Days: 11 | From: £4,065 per person based on 2 adults and 2 children
This luxury family safari to Kenya has been designed with younger travellers in mind.  An overnight stay in Nairobi is included so as to maximise time on safari, whilst at the same time keeping travel time down to a minimum.  A Masai Mara safari is an experience the whole family will never...
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Ultimate Family Kenya Safari and Beach Holiday

Days: 14 | From: £5,565 per person based on 2 adults and 2 children under 12
This truly is the ultimate family holiday to Kenya, taking in an incredible 6 nights on safari in some of the most amazing, game-rich parks that Kenya has to offer. Children are well looked after and a nature trail with a Masai guide is sure to be the highlight of their trip. The excitement and adve...
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Ultimate Kenya Experience

Days: 12 | From: £7,150 per person based on two people sharing
Discover the very best that Kenya has to offer with our newest itinerary featuring stays at three different game reserves -Laikipia, Samburu and Maasai Mara. This 11 night holiday is perfect for those looking for the authentic African safari experience. Discover stunning&nbs...
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First Time Safari in Kenya

Days: 9 | From: £4,235 per person based on per person sharing
Nothing can quite compare to your first safari experience in Kenya, and this itinerary is designed to let first-time visitors experience all the magic of this wonderful destination. Visiting two different game reserves during your stay, you will have the chance to view the full spectrum of wildlife ...
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The Ultimate Big Cat Safari With Jonathan Scott

Days: 10 | From: £4,995 per person based on two people sharing
The Telegraph and Africa Travel have teamed up to bring you a unique escorted tour, exploring the magnificent big cats and rhinos of Kenya. The tour will be lead in part by ward-winning wildlife photographer, zoologist and BBC Big Cat Diary presenter Jonthan Scott. 
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Classic Kenya Driving Safari

Days: 12 | From: £5,995 per person based on two people sharing
The Classic Kenya Driving Safaris are accompanied by an experienced professional guide who knows their ‘backyard’ intimately, with expert knowledge of everything from the Big Five to some of East Africa’s most rare floral species. Aside from leading the safari and taking care of al...
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Mahali Mzuri The latest from Richard Branson's luxury collection.
Elsa's Kopje Here's a look at Elsa's Kopje Camp.
Joy's Camp Here's a look at Joy's Camp.
Cottar's 1920's Camp Here's a look at Cottar's 1920's Camp
Sanctuary Olonana Here's a sneak peek into Sanctuary Olonana
Saruni Samburu & Saruni Mara A sneak peek into the beautiful Saruni Lodges.
Elephant Pepper Camp Elephant Pepper Camp brings people to the heart of the wilderness
Giraffe Manor Have breakfast with a giraffe!
Governors Camp Discover the wonders of the Masai Mara
Governors Il Moran Camp The camp for those who want that extra bit of luxury.
Kicheche Bush Camp Epic wildebeest crossing the Mara River
Kinondo Kweto Boris Polo takes a birds eye view of this fantastic resort
Kitich Camp Young elephant enjoying a swim in the Ngeng River near Kitich Camp in the Mathews Mountain Range, Kenya.
Lewa Safari Camp Explore the fantastic wildlife within the UNESCO site at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
Lewa Wilderness Take to the skies on a flying safari
Little Governors Camp The Camp is located in the heart of the best game viewing area of the Masai Mara National Reserve.
Loisaba Experience a camel safari to explore Loisaba's dramatic wilderness
Loldia House Loldia House is an ideal spot to relax, taste the pleasures of Kenyan country life and explore the Great Rift Valley.
Naibor Camp Explore the Masai Mara in style
Porini Rhino Camp What makes a Porini Safari - take a look here
Serena Beach Resort and Spa Enjoy the highlights of the tropical Kenyan coast
Sirikoi Sirikoi is a beautiful, small, family run lodge situated on private land and surrounded by the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
House of Waine Peaceful retreat in the heart of Nairobi
Ol Lentille Ol Lentille
Kenya Travel Guide to Kenya
Rich Man's Game published Sunday 24th November 2013
Safari for Beginners published Tuesday 8th April 2014
How To Spend It: Beyond the Big Five published Friday 24th October 2014
Royal Award for Rhino Protector published Wednesday 5th August 2015
&Beyond Kichwa Tembo | Conde Nast Traveller published Tuesday 1st March 2016
The Ultimate Big Cat Safari With Jonathan Scott published Monday 9th January 2017
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