Kenya Safaris can take you to exclusive safari and beach destinations, staying where there are few people but excellent game viewing to be had, and while on safari in Kenya you will be escorted by knowledgeable, professional and friendly guides. The accommodation we recommend is excellent value for money and often they are small camps offering a more personalised service. Our honeymoons in Kenya will give you romance, comfort and style with an exciting Kenya safari and a relaxing time on the shores of the Indian Ocean if you wish it.
Whether you are planning a romantic honeymoon in Kenya or would like to take an excellent safari in Kenya do give us a call, one of our staff would welcome the opportunity of discussing your requirements and giving you up-to-date advice.
When going on safari in Kenya undoubtedly the most famous area for people to visit is the Masai Mara with it’s renown lion population and being the stage for the northern most point of the Wildebeest Migration of some 1 million+ animals crossing into Kenya some time during July and remains there until late October. The weather during these months is also wonderful with warm sunny days and comfortable nights. It is worth noting the Masai Mara offers good game viewing all year round though it is a bit more special during the time the migration.
Game viewing in Amboseli can offer some wonderful elephant herds as well as many predators. Itineraries to Amboseli can range in price and style. Apart from April and May when it can be a bit wet Amboseli does offer some excellent game viewing all year round.
Close to the slopes of Mt Kenya is the Laikipia Conservancy & Lewa Wildlife Conservancy where you can enjoy some excellent game viewing by vehicle or horse back or camel and on foot. Though these are private game reserves the area of land encompassed is so large the game viewing so good and the variety of wildlife to be seen so wide you will not recognise you are not in a national park.
In the north of the country there is the Samburu being more dry and arid with a very different landscape and though there are similar wildlife as elsewhere there are also those which favour the peculiarities of the arid landscape. Samburu is can be enjoyed by all but maybe it would be more appreciated by those who have been on safari before.
A couple hours north of Nairobi lies the lakes of Kenya in the Rift Valley. They are physically very beautiful and offer the opportunity of relaxing in a wonderful serene environment and at the same time offer some game viewing and great birding.
Towards the coast there is the gem of an area, Tsavo National Park, with some excellent game viewing, normally few people and a real wilderness experience. It is often overlooked by people but shouldn’t be offering a variety of topography and a variety of wildlife to be seen. It is renowned for large herds of elephants as well as predators and other wildlife.
The itineraries we have on the web site are just to give you some idea of prices and types of safaris on offer they are not meant to be definitive.