Leopard male sitting on a branch in a big tree in Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Kenya Safari

from $2,270

Group Size:
Wildlife experience

Kenya is a fantastic country for big-game safaris. Its vast parks and reserves are home to a great density and variety of wild animals and birds. It's also one of only a few African countries where you can see all of the Big Five: elephants, leopards, lions, Cape buffaloes and black rhinos. Moreover, the Great Wildlife Migration heads into south Kenya between June and October, offering a spectacle like none other on Earth!

Our itineraries

We have four exciting Kenya itineraries on offer. All include visiting the spectacular Great Migration in Maasai Mara, but each has something else unique to offer. Our Great Migration itinerary is perfect for those with limited time.

Country info and facts

Here are the basics you need to know about Kenya to help you prepare for your adventure, from how to get there to the local currency, seasons and potential health risks.


Swahili and English


Kenyan shilling (Ksh) and cents


The two international airports you're likely to use to travel in and out of Kenya are:

- Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in the capital city of Nairobi in south Kenya.

- Moi International Airport in Mombasa on the coast of southeast Kenya. Moi was voted the best airport in Africa in 2020 by Airports Council International!

Visa and Immigration
Visa and Immigration

A three-month tourist visa is available online for US$51. Note that quite a few countries (mostly African and island nations) have a visa waiver agreement in place with Kenya.


Health and Safety
Health and Safety

It's highly recommended to have all of the standard vaccines before visiting Kenya. It's also advisable to have a yellow fever vaccination. Finally, Kenya is a malaria zone, so speak to your doctor about malaria prevention before heading to the country.


Kenya safari and beach

Your free resource to help you plan a Kenya adventure!

Local leader

Richard Adika and Diana Schreiber, Kenya local leaders

Richard Adika and Diana Schreiber

Kenya local leaders

Richard and Diana are a dynamic duo offering fantastic Kenyan safaris. Richard was born in Nairobi and has over 30 years' experience running safaris. His wife Diana hails from Germany, and she handles the management side of the business. So together they offer clients warm African hospitality and intimate local knowledge along with some well-honed German organisational skills – a winning combo, we think!

Book your trip

We do our best to provide you the best experience ever

Jan 2024

7 Day - Great Migration Safari

Jan 1, 2024


13 Day - Ultimate Kenya

Jan 2, 2024


9 Day - Maasai Mara & Diani Beach

Jan 4, 2024


10 Day - Undiscovered Kenya

Jan 10, 2024


7 Day - Great Migration Safari

Jan 16, 2024


13 Day - Ultimate Kenya

Jan 23, 2024


10 Day - Undiscovered Kenya

Jan 25, 2024


9 Day - Maasai Mara & Diani Beach

Jan 29, 2024


Don't see your dates?

We can make it happen!

See what others say

Why Follow Alice?

We’re one of the only travel companies worldwide with perfect 5* reviews

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5

5 star


4 star


3 star


2 star


1 star


Adventuring made easy
Our dedicated travel consultants make adventuring easy for you by taking away all of the admin. Your only jobs are to train for the adventure if necessary and then pack your bags!
Easy Icon vector graphic
Local guides
Our local guides look after you in every way. Our goal is to give every traveller the feeling you get when a friend is showing you their country.
Personal icon vector graphic
Responsible travel
On average, over 70% of your trip price stays in the local economy. It's important to us that the visited communities benefit the most since they're the ones hosting travellers.

More Adventures

Recommended reads

Great Migration herd
All you need to know about the Great Migration

The Great Wildlife Migration is an enormous and continuous roughly circular migration across the plains and woodlands of Tanzania and Kenya by two million wildebeests, zebras and antelopes. Learn all about this fascinating and truly spectacular phenomenon!

two hyenas sitting in lush grass looking off to the left of the frame
Kenya vs Tanzania safari – which is better?

The two countries where you can see the Great Wildlife Migration are Kenya and Tanzania. To help you decide which one to visit, we look at considerations like cost, safety, accessibility, crowds and more!

Reteti Elephants aerial view
Kenya's Reteti Elephant Sanctuary is saving calves

Reteti Elephant Sanctuary in Kenya rescues orphaned and abandoned baby elephants and rehabilitates them for release back into the wild. It's run by the local Samburu community and you should definitely visit! Here's what you need – and want – to know.

Wildebeests grazing in Maasai Mara, Kenya, with setting sun


What type of plug do they use in Kenya?
Is Kenya a safe country for tourists?

If you love travel,
join our newsletter

Get the latest news about hidden adventure gems, discounted launch trips and much more straight to your inbox

Follow Alice Tours (T) LTD is registered in Tanzania and holds all the necessary licences to run Kilimanjaro climbs and safaris.

Contact Us

+44 20 3289 2088

+1 785 859 4930


United Kingdom

Follow Alice Ltd 207 Regent Street London, W1B 3HH


Follow Alice Tours (T) Ltd PO Box 1923, Moshi

Connect with Us

We Accept

Approved partner of:

Copyright Follow Alice LTD. 2023, registration number 10741336 (England & Wales)