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Kenyan Safari Holidays

As an African safari specialist, doyen Safaris offer exciting and unique holidays that will take you in to the heart of the African bush. Choose from our existing selection of African safari packages, or create your own tailor made itinerary, visiting only the places that YOU want to see.
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3 days: Masai Mara (Camping)

  • from $480 per person
  • Visit the infamous Masai Mara National Park & more
The title of this tour says it all.  Experience 3 whole days of wild, untamed and undulating savannah of the Masai Mara for only $480 per person. This is the adventure of a lifetime.

Game viewing in the Masai Mara really is the quintessential African experience.  The word Mara means “mottled” in the Masai language – a reference to the wide, rolling plains dotted with the occasional acacia or shadow from the clouds above.  With such surroundings, this really is one of the best places to spot the “Big Five.”  There are large prides of powerful, golden lions to be found everywhere, maybe drinking from a river or lazing in the shade.  Spotting these glorious creatures hunting is also not uncommon – after all, zebras, wildebeest and other grazers occur here in mind-boggling numbers - a fact which is particularly apparent during the annual Great Migration. 

A quite different yet equally stunning reserve is that of Lake Nakuru.  Visitors are drawn by the reserve's famous rhino sanctuary and the unforgettable sights of thousands of pale pink flamingos lining the lake's shores.  With other terrain, including marshland, forest and cliffs, this reserve is home to a host of other animals, such as hippos, Colobus monkeys, warthogs and vultures. 

Spread across the Kenyan-Tanzanian border, with Mount Kilimanjaro brooding in the south, Amboseli National Park is a great place to watch free-ranging elephants.  The relatively sparse terrain means large herds are very easy to spot, especially from Observation Hill at the south-east end of the park.  From here you get spectacular views of the park, and at the base of the hill lies a swamp which draws hippos, buffaloes and of course elephants.