Best Private Safari Tours

Custom Luxury Trips in Kenya

Best Private
Safari Tours

Kenya’s Luxury Travel is epic and must always include the Masai Mara which hosts the annual Great Migration, flawless beaches, tantalizing sunrises and mesmerizing sunset, the magical hot air balloons, the warm impeccable service and our hand-picked stunning camps and lodges.

Historically, Kenya has its position as the birthplace of the safari. As such, it has been a firm and has remained a favourite timeless safari destination for many decades. This has Kenya to establish one of the continents finest and a quality network of luxury hotels, camps, lodges alongside with world class signature experiences.

Endowed with wonderful and highly diversified wildlife, arguably Africa’s greatest natural phenomena in the Great Migration and miles upon miles of pristine Indian Ocean beaches, there are few better spots on the planet if you are looking to really indulge yourself. Perhaps what stands out most about Kenyan safaris is that despite the incredible experiences it offers, it has stayed true to its roots, with wonderful people taking care of your safari essentials wherever you go.

Custom Luxury Trips in Kenya

Kenya Custom
Luxury Safari

One of the major draws of going on safari in Kenya is the sheer variety of attractions and the activities on its safaris menu. Kenya is diverse and that means that you can see much within a short period of visitation as opposed to other destinations in Africa.

Whilst the game-rich savanna plains of the Masai Mara still remain to be undoubtedly the best-known of Kenya’s parks, in the know guests would also love to head up to the least-visited Western Kenya where Kakamega, Kenya’s only equatorial rain forest lies or explore the inland beaches the remote islands of Mfangano and Rusinga in Lake Victoria. The vast Laikipia conservancies are home to some of Africa’s best-run rhino conservation projects and where the views of the snow-capped peak of Mount Kenya offer a compelling backdrop to every safari guest.

More adventurous guests may wish to discover the wilds of Lake Turkana where they can camp under the stars and trek through the bush with only their guides and a team of camels for company. The stunning Mount Meru National Park, the former home to Elsa the lioness of Born Free fame is another wonderful spot, as are the drier parks of Amboseli, and Tsavo East and West to the south.

Explore the rugged mountains in the north from a helicopter and then find yourself riding through the green Chyulu Hills amongst some of the biggest tuskers in the world without forgetting the spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro. With an incredible combination of all the best wildlife in the bush to the turquoise waters of the Swahili coastline on the Indian Ocean.

For visitors looking to enjoy a longer safari trip with a number of varied areas, Kenya really does have everything to offer.

 

Kenya’s Luxury Travel is epic and must always include the Masai Mara which hosts the annual Great Migration, flawless beaches, tantalizing sunrises and mesmerizing sunset, the magical hot air balloons, the warm impeccable service and our hand-picked stunning camps and lodges.

Historically, Kenya has its position as the birthplace of the safari. As such, it has been a firm and has remained a favourite timeless safari destination for many decades. This has Kenya to establish one of the continents finest and a quality network of luxury hotels, camps, lodges alongside with world class signature experiences.

Endowed with wonderful and highly diversified wildlife, arguably Africa’s greatest natural phenomena in the Great Migration and miles upon miles of pristine Indian Ocean beaches, there are few better spots on the planet if you are looking to really indulge yourself. Perhaps what stands out most about Kenyan safaris is that despite the incredible experiences it offers, it has stayed true to its roots, with wonderful people taking care of your safari essentials wherever you go.

Safari in Kenya

Astounding
Wildlife

The main reason for visiting Kenya is course, its abundant wildlife. This has made Kenya to be an amazing safari holiday not only for the seasoned travelers but also for the first timers equally.  Wildlife safaris in Kenya yields perhaps much better than any other country on the continent with the sheer variety and numbers of animals that can be seen on any single visitation.

The premier Masai Mara, home to of the best big cat sightings on earth, as well as the herds of the Great Migration that call Masai Mara plains their home in the months of July and October takes the plaudits. Alongside the wildlife, you will be able to experience personal encounters with the iconic Masai tribe who for ages have coexisted peacefully with the wildlife.  

Explore the splendid land of Samburu in northern Kenya for the unique species of Samburu. Encounter the mighty Tuskers of the Amboseli back dropped by the picturesque Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain.

Rhino and conservation enthusiasts should head north to Laikipia, more specifically the Borana and Lewa Conservancies, which are home to some incredible rhino conservation, projects, as well as a huge variety of other wildlife.

Wherever you choose to go and whatever animals are top of your list, you will be accompanied by amazing and very knowledgeable safari guides who will really do their best to bring your safari experience to life.

Wildlife safari and combination of the beach is undoubtedly a classic holiday treat. In many aspects, this require guests to overnight in a city hotel to combine the two owing to flight connection times.

One beautiful thing with Kenya is that it’s seemingly endless swathes if Indian Ocean coastal strip is easily accessible from all major safari destinations. This means, on the day you head to the beach you can enjoy a safari in the morning and be on the beach, cocktail in hand by late afternoon.

You’ll be spoilt by the so many spots to choose from, all of which depend on the style of place you want to stay and how much you want to do during your time on the beach.

Kenya’s furthest north coast, Lamu is arguably the most interesting of Kenya’s beach spots, with a fascinating old town, iconic properties and a truly unique feel to it. Just to the south of Lamu, Malindi and Watamu offer visitors a wonderful spot to stay further south and are especially well-known for offering excellent deep-sea fishing.

On the other hand, Mombasa is a busier part of the coastline without a doubt, but there are still some outstanding luxury properties tucked away there if you want plenty going on. Last on the coast, Diani Beach furthest south is a great spot if you are looking to really get away from things and relax as it is home to a succession of incredible private villas – perfect for those who love small little things in their luxury.

Beach & Wildlife
Safari Combination

Private Kenya Birdwatching Safari

With over 1,050 recorded bird species, Kenya is a birders’ magnet. Right from the capital city of Nairobi, you can watch over 100 bird sepecies within a day. From the flamboyant conglomeration of pink flamingos whose massing makes for surreal photographs. They have been driven from Lake Nakuru in the past half-decade because of industrialization and rising water levels, and many have moved to Lake Bogoria, Lake Magadi and other alkaline lakes within the region.

Apart from matchstick-legged birds that can be seen feeding on the algae that gives them their candy floss hue, Kenya birds range from the small but unmissable finches to the bulk Turaco song master of the tree tops, the elegant Secretary bird that catwalks the plains and the bold Ostrich that poses with ease for photography. Also visit Lake Naivasha, home to Golden-winged Sunbirds, and Superb Starlings.

Further to Lake Victoria home to African Fish Eagles and numerous specialties in the swamps, you can stretch it further to the new birding frontiers of the Aderema and Katotoi Hills where some of the most sought-after birds can be found. From here find your way back through Kenya’s only rainforest, Kakamega where birding is your ordinary cup of tea – Oluokos Signature runs small group bird watching tours.

Coming to Africa for the first time? Kenya is one of the best countries in Africa for those on their first wildlife-watching holiday. With endless safari possibilities that allow you spend a minimum of 4 days to a maximum of over one month on safari.

Kenya’s safari industry is backed up by an efficient tourist infrastructure with dazzling choices of luxurious camps, hotels and lodges to suit all taste and budget. After all, Kenya is the origin of safaris. The trending modern safaris were invented back in the Twenties and to date Oluokos Signature still takes you down the memory lane in the most ethical manner.

First Time To Kenya?

Discover Western Kenya

The least-visited Western Kenya is home to rolling tea plantations, lush swamps, and equatorial forests, along with Kenya’s second-highest mountain and the largest lake in Africa.

However, the ultimate highlight is the Masai Mara a natural continuation of the famous Serengeti Plains undulating grassland, dramatic escarpments, beautiful acacia forests – and the greatest wildlife show on earth.

Scaling up the heights of Mount Elgon sampling Nile Perch big fishing opportunities, birding the remote islands, or just basking lazily on the mainland beaches of Lake Victoria are among the so many leisure activities to undertake while in Western Kenya.

With some of the most breath-taking sunrises and sunsets, Western Kenya remains to be one of the best locations in Kenya to see some of Kenya’s most sought-after bird species in its forests, swamps, lakes, and rivers, and even in the scattered hills with its neighboring countries. Beyond flora and fauna, it’s in Western Kenya where the 44th former US president, Barack Obama has his roots in the village of Alego, Kogelo. Well known to be among the most welcoming communities, the culture here isn’t something to be missed. Welcome to Western Kenya!

Considered as best safari gem of East Africa, Kenya does get busy. This means, it can pay to be a little sassy with your visiting moments. To be precise, July to October dry season is largely considered to be the best time to visit most parts of Kenya, but August and September in particular are always extremely busy, especially in the Masai Mara as the herds of the Great Migration cross the Mara River. Alternatively, consider a visit in October or November before the short rains begin for a quieter, more exclusive safari experience, or around Christmas and into January and February. This is normally before the long rains start in March and the days are clear, sunny and warm with excellent hunter and the hunted wildlife viewing all over the country. For those who are keen to visit Kenya’s coast, the weather trend is largely the same as the rest of the country making it pretty easier to plan a bush and beach experince too.

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Sample Our Best Private Safari Tours

Great Migration Safari

Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

Maasai Mara Luxury Safari 4 Days

Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

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Western Kenya Safari 10 Days

Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

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