Whether you're travelling to Kenya for business or pleasure or to support one of the world's excellent courses, such as World Jenny's Day Safari Cycle Fundraiser Ride 2024, you have a world of opportunity to discover the wonders of East Africa's wildlife with one of Safari Guru's short safaris in Kenya.
Choose from our handcrafted collection of short safaris in Kenya, tailored to suit different preferences and interests and still flexible to add more days or swap destinations. Whether you're seeking indulgence and relaxation or specialist activities like wildlife photography and walking safaris, our selection of properties ensures a perfect balance between professional commitments and wildlife exploration.
Kenya is a land of extraordinary beauty, ethnic culture and mesmerising wildlife. It doesn't matter if you're in the country for a conference or personal commitments; why not extend your stay and embark on an unforgettable safari adventure with Safari Guru?
Extend your trip and immerse yourself in a quick, easy, and fulfilling safari experience. Safari Guru offers luxury and classic safari camp accommodations in iconic game reserves, carefully selected to provide authentic safari experiences amidst Kenya's rich biodiversity.
Tailored Safari Experiences: Each of our short safaris in Kenya itineraries is fully customisable to suit your dates and travel preferences.
With Safari Guru's short safaris in Kenya, you can make the most of your time in East Africa and embark on unforgettable wildlife adventures.
While we present various pre-designed packages below, we're eager to customise your safari to match your unique taste and preferences. With numerous options available, the possibilities are vast and varied. Contact your Safari Guru African travel specialist and share your travel preferences for rates and availability of the most suitable safari camps and lodges over your expected travel time.
Lewa, spanning 45,000 acres, is a distinguished private game ranch situated 30 miles north of the equator, nestled at the foothills of Mt. Kenya. It proudly hosts the renowned Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, featuring limited private houses and camps, ensuring an exceptionally exclusive game viewing experience. Recognised as one of Africa's premier rhino-watching destinations, the reserve not only houses the Big Five but also boasts the world's largest population of the rare Grevy's zebra and other unique northern species. Activities abound, ranging from horseback riding, scenic flights, and night drives to walking safaris, camel riding, and photographic hides.
Alternatively, should you have more time, why not combine Lewa with another premier wildlife destination? Lewa connects well with the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Affectionately known as "The Mara," this impressive expanse of protected land is widely acclaimed as one of Africa's premier wildlife sanctuaries. The Mara forms part of the Greater Serengeti, spanning two countries, including Tanzania, and hosts some of Africa's most incredible wildlife phenomena. Essentially, the Mara serves as the northern extension of the Serengeti ecosystem, hosting the extraordinary natural spectacle known as the Great Wildebeest Migration. Over a million animals make their way through the areas in search of fresh grazing between the months of August and October each year.
The stunning backdrop of the Siria Escarpment in the west provides a captivating view of vast savannas, riverine woodlands, and forests across a deceptively flat landscape, studded with free-roaming wildlife, including all of Africa's big cats, such as cheetah, lion and Leopard.
A selection of Safari Guru's preferred lodges in the Maasai Mara: Governors' Camp, Mara Expedition Camp, Rekero Camp. And for high-end luxury options, offering elevated service levels and private vehicles, Mara Plains Camp, Angama Mara, and Mara Nyika Camp
Kenya's coastline is a paradise waiting to be explored, and at its heart lies the stunning Diani Beach. Nestled along the Indian Ocean, Diani Beach is renowned for its pristine white sands, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant coral reefs, making it a haven for sun-seekers, water sports enthusiasts, and nature lovers.
Visitors to Diani Beach can indulge in various activities, from snorkelling and scuba diving to kite surfing and dolphin watching. The beach also offers opportunities for relaxation, with plenty of beachfront resorts and spas where you can unwind and soak up the tropical ambience.
Diani Beach boasts an array of exquisite lodges and resorts for those seeking a luxurious stay as an add-on to your short safari in Kenya. From boutique hotels to eco-friendly lodges, accommodation suits every taste and budget. Many of these lodges offer stunning ocean views, private beach access, and world-class amenities, ensuring a truly unforgettable stay.
Whether you're looking for adventure, relaxation, or a slice of paradise, Diani Beach and its lodge offerings provide the perfect escape for tourists looking to experience the beauty of Kenya's coastline.
Alfajiri Cliff Villa is one of Safari Guru's all-time favourites along this magnificent coastline.
Like the Serengeti in Tanzania, Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve becomes part of the ‘great migration’, a never-ending circle of life followed by over a million animals. The infamous river crossings, with giant scavenging crocodiles and countless wildebeest charging across the Mara Rivers steep banks into the perilous waters below, are the most prominent happenings associated with this mind-blowing event.
The great wildebeest migration, with millions of grazing animals moving from the Serengeti National Park to the Mara, usually starts to arrive in the Mara towards the end of June and leaves by early October. Another smaller migration of wildebeest takes place from the Loita plains through the Mara Conservancies, starting in Ol Kinyei in February and March (when calving takes place) and then moving during the following weeks through Naboisho and Olare Motorogi Conservancies towards the Mara Reserve.
Kenya Airways and several other airlines offer daily connections to this part of East Africa, including Tanzania, Rwanda and Zanzibar. Kenyan safaris and experiences complement and connect well with primate trekking and beach and island holidays. Let Safari Guru guide you on a well-rounded and rewarding safari experience.
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