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We have some exciting Kenya itineraries to offer you. 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. And our Undiscovered Kenya itinerary is ideal for those who enjoy venturing off the beaten track.
Ultimate Kenyan safari
If you want to see lots of animals, including the Big Five, and visit the most beautiful and animal-dense parks in Kenya, this is the trip for you!
Maasai Mara and Diani Beach
Kenya is that rare place that offers both world-class safaris as well as idyllic, white-sand beach holidays! Why choose when you can do both?
Maasai Mara safari
The Maasai Mara is a world-class safari destination and one of the best places in Africa for big cat sightings! This trip runs from October to June.
Great Migration safari
Join us in heading to Maasai Mara Reserve to witness the spectacle of the Great Migration! Please note this trip only runs between July and October.
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.
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Kenyan safari and gorilla trekking in Uganda
If you're keen on wild animals, then a big-game safari and gorilla trekking are East Africa's two most iconic wildlife experiences. Don't travel all this way and miss out on seeing mountain gorillas!
Gorilla Trekking Uganda
Those wanting to see the Great Migration herds when in Kenya's Maasai Mara National Reserve must visit between July and October. This is when the roughly 1.5 million animals of the migration appear in the reserve each year to enjoy its greener grass.
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.
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!