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Discover a Luxury Kenya Safari & Beach Holiday
A holiday to Kenya is all about the wildlife — for one, it’s home to the Maasai Mara, the vast national park that for many tourists is Africa! Discover sun-drenched savannahs, mist-topped mountains, and impossibly huge lakes. As for animals, you can expect to see zebra, wildebeest, elephants, and much more in any number of world-class national parks. Flora and fauna aside, there’s a shedload left to discover in Kenya, including some of the world’s best beaches, rich culture, and colourful cuisine.
Tailored For You
Every Holiday is totally flexible
Every holiday is totally flexible. We have a dedicated team of specialists who will take the time to understand your preferences and craft them into an itinerary that’s perfect for you. Contact us today for a quotation and let us help you create the ultimate adventure.
Classic Botswana Safari
Classic Tanzania Safari
Classic Kenya Safari
Price Guide from £9740 - 11
Price Guide from £9740 - 11 Nights
Price Guide from £10,275 pp - 12 Nights
Price Guide from £6995 pp - 11 Nights
Botswana is one of the premier Safari destinations. The Okavango Delta is probably everything that one would expect from a Safari.
Welcome to the former royal hunting reserve of Chief Moremi, in the heart of the Okavango Delta. Wildlife and wilderness are as abundant as action and adrenaline.
Between January and March, the Great Migration takes place in the southern Serengeti. With the rains on the horizon, this is also the calving season for the herds, with zebra giving birth in January and wildebeest in February.
The striking Ol Pejeta Conservancy guarantees an exciting safari experience and we’ll make sure there are as many ways to enjoy exploring the landscapes as there is wildlife to encounter.
Kenya & Tanzania Safari's
The wildlife of the Serengeti and the Masa Mara are the ultimate destinations for game viewing.
Tanzania is a serious safari heavyweight being home to some of Africa’s most famous parks, including the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, and Zanzibar. All of Tanzania’s safari parks have their own special appeal, which makes the country a real contender for our favorite destination.
But let’s not forget Kenya’s Masa Mara. Here you can discover the culture and traditions of the Maasai people and experience thrilling dawn and dusk safari drives on the search for Africa’s Big Five.