Kenya Luxury Camp Safari: Your Way
Guided walks with Maasai warriors allow you to become engrossed in the African wilderness and track the footprints of the big cats and their prey. At Amboseli, you will see elephants, Thomson and Grant’s gazelles, lions, cheetahs and leopards, bat eared fox, mongooses, porcupine, giraffe and yellow baboon among the many now indigenous species. Ol Kinyei is renowned for its unspoilt and breathtaking scenery. The land, with its abundance of water sources in the form of springs, streams and rivers coupled with spectacular views across the Mara is home to a wide variety of animal species. Cheetahs are frequently seen and it is not rare to come across large numbers of both buffalo and elephant. The Olare Orok is the perfect mix of high predator densities coupled with low tourist densities. Teeming with wildebeest during the migration period, the conservancy also has several prides of lions often heard during the night.
The camps are small (6 – 9 tents) and authentic with rustic charm combined with creature comforts. Each camp is situated within a private wildlife conservancy for an intimate safari experience away from hordes of minibuses and crowds of tourists.
Sample Itinerary at a Glance
Day 2: Drive to Amboseli
Day 3: Game drives in Amboseli National Park
Day 4: Fly to Mara and explore Maasai community
Day 5: Game drives in Maasai Mara National Reserve
Day 6: Drive to Olare Orok Conservancy
Day 7: Safari in Maasai Mara National Reserve
Day 8: Fly to Nairobi and depart home
"It could be argued that the safari was born in Kenya."