Highlights Of Kenya

Experience one of the planet’s most dazzling displays of wildlife


Explore wildlife-rich rolling plains, spot the Big Five and take to the skies. Kenya promises world-class safaris, dramatic scenery and diverse cultures. This escorted tour provides the perfect pace for exploring both acclaimed and lesser-known national parks, lakes and private concessions.
Safari means ‘journey’ in Swahili and it was in Kenya that the concept originated. Kenya is renowned for its wide-open spaces and golden beaches, but it is best known for some of the most dramatic wildlife viewing in Africa, including the annual great migration of two million wildebeest into the Masai Mara, rumoured to be visible from space. As well as wildlife, Kenya offers the chance to experience fascinating indigenous cultures, such as the Masai and Samburu peoples.
Kenya is not all ceaseless excitement, however. There are some idyllic moments of serenity to enjoy at the idyllic East African coastal resorts. Although Kenya has gained a reputation for being a busy safari destination, there are many beautiful lodges in secluded areas away from high-volume tourism. Kenya has a beautiful coastline stretching down to Funzi island in the south. With old Swahili towns, traditional dhows sailing across the water, and idyllic beaches, the Kenyan coast is an ideal place to relax at the end of your time on safari.

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• Wildlife viewing in private reserves handpicked by Cox & Kings
• Sip specialist Kenyan tea while learning about conservationist Joy Adamson
• Visit local communities whilst staying near the wildlife-rich Masai Mara


• Tamarind Tree Hotel
• The Ark
• Sweetwaters Tented Camp

What's included?

• International flights
• 3 & 4 star accommodation
• Small group size – average 10 people
• Transfers in adapted land cruisers
• Experienced local tour manager
• 8 breakfasts, 7 lunches & 6 dinners
• Guided sightseeing & entrance fees
• Entrance fees to national parks, conservancies & safari reserves
• Boat trip on Lake Naivasha (optional extra)


Fly from London (regional connections available) to Nairobi. Transfer to the Tamarind Tree Hotel (or similar) for the night.

Drive to Aberdare, arriving for lunch at the Ark restaurant followed by leisure time. Overnight at The Ark. 

Spend 2 days on safari in pristine Ol Pejeta. Optional activities include a visit to the Chimpanzee Sanctuary. Stay at Sweetwaters Serena Camp.

Day at leisure. Overnight stay at Sweetwaters Serena Camp.

Drive to Naivasha in the Great Rift Valley for an inspiring talk about conservationist Joy Adamson, to sample special Kenyan teas and to visit the museum. Overnight at Lake Naivasha Country Club.

Transfer to the Masai Mara for 3 days of safari thrills. Admire prolific wildlife and sweeping views alongside expert rangers. Optional activities include walking safaris and a hot-air balloon ride. Stay throughout at the Mara Leisure Camp.

Day at leisure.

Day at leisure.

Visit Nairobi’s Giraffe Centre, before flying home via Jomo Kenyatta airport (day-room facilities available). Alternatively, extend your journey at one of Kenya’s fine beaches.

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