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KENYA

"A family safari paradise", GURU Traveller

"My next destination", Deon De Villiers

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KENYA; RIVER CROSSINGS AND PREDATORS DELIGHT...


If one could say, 'this is where safari was born", it would be Kenya. An authentic safari experience in a vastly diverse landscape offering abundant and exhilarating wildlife experiences.

The Maasai Mara is generally the building block for any Kenyan safari experience, and from there you could build into the itinerary a visit to the Amboseli with the magnificent Mt Kilimanjaro backdrop and majestic 'Tusker' elephants, or alternatively hop over to Rwanda or Uganda for their ultimate primate experiences.

Kenya offers great diversity in the safari experience, from unimaginable luxury to walking safaris operating fly-camps in wilderness zones for small groups and families.

Like the Serengeti in Tanzania, Kenya's Maasai Mara becomes part of the 'great migration' on an annual basis, and knowing when and where to book is an essential aspect to your successful migration focussed safari. The Mara River crossings with scavenging crocodiles are the most prominent happenings associated with this mind-blowing event.

The best wildlife viewing months in Kenya are during the Dry season from late June to October. The wildebeest migration usually reaches the Maasai Mara in July and remains until October when they move back to the Serengeti in Tanzania.

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Featured Properties


Maasai Mara National Park
  • 30 Tents (2 Camps)
  • Mara Triangle
  • 180º views

Angama Mara, a remarkable owner-run safari lodge inspired by the Swahili word for ‘suspended in mid-air’. Located high above the floor of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, Angama Mara overlooks Kenya’s Maasai Mara, considered by many as the loveliest game reserve on the continent.

Here guests will find a lodge where everything is as it ought to be, with tailor-made safari days and a famously warm Kenyan welcome.

Lewa Conservancy, Kenya
  • 9 Rooms
  • Private
  • Family

This is one of Kenya’s oldest and most private safari ventures; which has since become one of the countries prized family safari destinations.

With the backdrop of snow-capped Mount Kenya and the diversity of scenery from open plains, rolling hills, valleys, escarpments and rivers, Lewa is a magical place to game drive for the ultimate Kenyan safari experience. Excellent chance of seeing all of the “Big Five” and Lewa is one of the only game parks where visitors are almost guaranteed to see the endangered black and white rhinos.


Mara North Conservancy, Kenya
  • 4 Vast Tents
  • Intimate
  • Hosted Dining

A mere 45-minute flight from Nairobi will find you in the midst of the Masai Mara at Ngare Serian; an intimate little camp: set along the banks of the Mara River, where the sounds of rushing water are punctuated only by languorous laughing hippo and animals visiting to drink.

It lies in the private Mara North Conservancy, and the beauty of this location is that only 10 other camps have access to it – so the feeling of having your own personal piece of Africa is a luxury that we have in spades.

Laikipia Plateau
  • 6 Villas
  • Ultra Luxury
  • Distinctive

Segera lies in the high grasslands of the Laikipia Plateau, its six timber and thatch villas raised above a profusion of botanical life to offer views towards Mount Kenya. Each large, en-suite bedroom has a private deck with sun loungers, swing bed and sunken Jacuzzi sunk into the deck outside the bedroom. Gracious Segera House and Villa Segera boast even greater privacy and luxury. The main area comprises the Paddock House, Wine Tower and renovated stables, complete with bar and dining room filled with contemporary African art from the Zeitz Collection.

Maasai Mara National Park, Kenya
  • 17 Tents
  • Abundant Wildlife
  • Prime Location

Little Governors’ Camp is a luxury safari camp located on the edge of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. The camp is approached by a boat ride across the Mara River, then an escorted walk through the riverine forest, making the camp quiet and undisturbed. Guest tents at Little Governors’ have wooden decks with large verandahs for guests to enjoy the constant game activity that takes place around the marsh in front of camp. Guests may need to make way for elephants which sometimes visit the camp at lunchtime.

Little Governors’ Camp has been awarded a Gold Eco-Rating from Eco – Tourism Kenya.

Maasai Mara National Park
  • 40 Tents Total
  • Mara Triangle
  • Family

Experience a true Kenya safari in the comforts of a classic tent. Set into the dense vegetation that surrounds the Sabaringo River, the classic tents reflect the spirit of explorers of old. Comfortable interiors and a lovely ensuite bathroom offer a traditional tented safari experience, while secluded private verandas offer a shady spot to while the afternoon away.

Save up to 15% and be captivated by the thundering herds of wildebeest of the Great Migration, with longer than a 3-night stay at a combination of &Beyond’s Kenya lodges and camps.

Diani Beach
  • 3 Family Villas
  • Beach
  • Privacy

Located on the beautiful and pristine Diani Beach on South Kenya's coast; Alfajiri Villa’s are renowned as Kenya’s most exclusive beach retreat and is wildly lavish, opulent and individual.

A complete one off, there is no comparable villa experience in East Africa - privacy and exclusivity on the Kenyan coast doesn't come any better than this.

Three villa include; the Garden Villa, the Beach Villa and the Cliff Villa (Featured)

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