Suggested itineraries for your Kenya family safari holiday
Kenya safari and beach holiday
Combine the world-famous Masai Mara with some time on Kenya's gorgeous coastline with our signature Kenya family safari and beach holiday.
Guide Price From £3,680 | $5,000 per person (based on 2 adults and 2 children under 12) Duration 10 nights Best Months July - October Region Nairobi, Masai Mara, Kenya Coast,
Kenya wildlife and conservation safari holiday
Combine the world-famous Masai Mara with beautiful scenery and incredible conservation successes in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
Guide Price From £4,350 | $5,900 per person (based on 2 adults and 2 children under 12) Duration 8 nights Best Months July - March Region Nairobi, Lewa and Laikipia, Masai Mara,
Kenya bucket list safari and beach holiday
Our Kenya bucket list safari and beach holiday combines the world-famous Masai Mara with beautiful scenery and incredible conservation successes in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, followed by a private villa beach escape on the Kenyan coast.
Guide Price From £5,500 | $7,480 per person (based on 2 adults and 2 children under 12) Duration 10 nights Best Months July - March Region Nairobi, Lewa and Laikipia, Masai Mara, Kenya Coast,
Kenya driving safari holiday
Experience incredible wildlife, vast wilderness and tranquil lakeside abodes on our Kenya driving safari holiday.
Guide Price From £3,865 | $5,250 per person (based on 2 adults and 2 children under 12) Duration 8 nights Best Months July - March Region Nairobi, Rift Valley Lakes, Lewa and Laikipia, Samburu,
Kenya multi-generation family safari and villa holiday
This private safari house and villa holiday is perfect for a multi-generation family celebration in the home of safari.
Guide Price From £4,200 per person (based on 4 adults and 2 children under 12) Duration 10 nights Best Months July - October Region Nairobi, Masai Mara, Kenya Coast,
Where to go on your Kenya safari holiday?
Kenya’s most famous national park is the Masai Mara, and with good reason. The volume of wildlife found here is unrivalled anywhere in Africa, with the exception of the Serengeti, in neighbouring Tanzania. The main reserve is complemented by adjoining private conservancies, which allow for the same epic experience, but in a more private setting.
Kenya is also home to many equally magnificent, but less well-known safari destinations. Your tailor-made tour highlights could include Lewa and Laikipia in the north, famed for industry-leading conservation successes. We’re also big fans of the scenic Rift Valley Lakes, and the remote wilds of Samburu.
Following an adventure in the wild, stunning stretches of coastline and a world of aquatic exploration await. It’s all here, encompassed in one country. Truly, a one-stop shop for one of the greatest safari tours imaginable.
What to see on a Kenya Family Safari?
Welcome to world-class game viewing. Kenya is home to the Great Migration: over two million wildebeest and zebra make their way from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara, and back, each year. A Kenya safari holiday will also include the chance to spy the Big Five, as well as countless other animals and birds.
With such topographic diversity, each region has its own unique ecosystem and creatures. For wildlife fans, we recommend including two different safari areas, where possible, to experience the unique diversity of Kenya.
Kenya has something for everyone, which is why it’s amongst the best destinations for a luxury family safari.
Where to stay on Kenya safari tours?
Kenya has a bounty of accommodation options, designed to suit every taste. Creative camps and lodges draw on the elements around them, offering a diversity not found anywhere else. Breakfast with giraffes in an old Manor House, stay ‘on top of the world‘ overlooking the Masai Mara, or travel back in time to the birth of safari, with some 1920s hospitality.
What to do?
Immersive experiences will be amongst your tour highlights, and connect your safari to the pulse of the place. Take in quality time with indigenous tribespeople or give yourself over to experiences of the wild in ways you never imagined. Explore on foot, on horseback, aboard a camel, a helicopter, or a hot-air balloon. Then, complete the adventure by snorkelling and SCUBA diving along the coastline’s colourful reefs.
How to plan a Kenya safari?
The best way to start planning your own unique family safari, is to get in touch with us, the experts.
We’ll start with a free consultation, via phone, video call or email/chat. We’ll get to know you and what your hopes and dreams are for this special trip.
From there, we’ll produce your own personalised itinerary and refine it with you to ensure it’s perfect.
We’ll then be with you each step of the way to plan every detail and answer every question, ahead of your dream safari. As a small, family-run business, we offer a standard of service and care unmatched in the industry.
When you’re ready to start planning your own unique family safari holiday, we’re ready to help.