For a unique, custom safari experience that offers something different, our 11-day Kenya Safari and Camel Safari is ideal. Release the adventurer within as you explore the unspoilt wilderness of the lesser known northern Kenyan plains in the most authentic way. Fully immersed in a true African adventure from the back of a camel, enjoy magnificent wildlife, luxury accommodation and the most extraordinary experiences imaginable.
Trek across the iconic wilds of Kenya, over 11 sensational days filled with our handpicked selection of the best sights, experiences and accommodation in Kenya.
Discover the glorious ecosystem of Amboseli National Park with phenomenal, leisurely game drives and walks, luxury tented accommodation, stunning wildlife, a visit to a traditional village and more during your stay. View the spectacular wildlife of the infamous Laikipia Plateau from the back of your camel, including one of Kenya’s densest concentrations of Kenya’s black rhinos. See the Big-Five, Grevy’s zebra, giraffes and more, as you uncover the diverse rugged, remote terrain of the Plateau in the most authentic way.
Traverse Kenya’s legendary Masai Mara, the ancestral lands of the great Masai people. See the large population of wildlife on dazzling game drives, including the Big-Five, zebras, Thomson’s gazelle, big cats, over 400 species of birds and so much more. Watch the extraordinary display of magnificent animals, as they roam across the rich expanse of grasslands, woodlands, rivers and savannahs that make up the Masai Mara, home to the Great Migration.
A striking and unique custom adventure photo safari, across remote parts of Kenya away from the crowds. An excellent opportunity to explore Kenya in a fresh way, with plenty of time to drink it all in and create unbeatable memories that will last a lifetime.
Jan- Mar: 7,910 / per person sharing /2 pax min.
Mar – Jun : $8,135/ per person sharing /2 pax min.
Jul-Oct: $8,435 / per person sharing /2 pax min.
VISA & Levy’s
Please refer to your health care professional for advise , as well as the CDC for updated information, but typically only malaria prevention medication is advised. Usually, no other shots are required
They say that all bugs in Africa bite…but the Safari Bug is the worst of them all!
Amboseli National Park, the second most popular animal park after Masai Mara, is located 160 miles from Nairobi, on the border with the neighboring country of Tanzania. Amboseli National Park covers 392km² (151miles²) and has a mixed topography of plains, acacia woodland, rocky thorn bush, swamps and marshes. Its magnificent location at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, combined with its excellent opportunities to view Kenya's animals, make it one of the most-visited safari parks in Kenya. Amboseli belongs in the elite of Kenya’s national parks, and it’s easy to see why!
Amboseli was declared a national reserve in 1968. It became a national park in 1974. However, in 2005, President Mwai Kibaki transferred control from the Kenya Wildlife Service to the Olkejuedo County Council and its residents, the Masai tribe. This is still being contested in the courts because of its implications that could jeopardize Kenya's other national parks.
Its signature attraction is the sight of hundreds of big-tusked elephants set against the backdrop of Africa’s best views of Mt Kilimanjaro (5,895m). Africa’s highest peak broods over the southern boundary of the park, and while cloud cover can render the mountain’s massive bulk invisible for much of the day, you’ll be rewarded with stunning vistas when the weather clears, usually at dawn and/or dusk.
Apart from guaranteed elephant sightings, you’ll also see wildebeest and zebras, and you’ve a reasonable chance of spotting lions, cheetahs and hyenas.
Amboseli offers some of the best opportunities to see African animals because its vegetation is sparse due to the long dry months. Amboseli has over 80 different mammals to be found ranging from the tiny (and rarely seen) spectacled elephant shrew to the huge bulk of the African elephant. Few visitors will go home without superb elephant pictures with Kilimanjaro as a backdrop. The park is also home to over 370 bird species, both large and small, to see if you keep your eyes open and stop at every sighting.
The National Park embodies five main wildlife habitats (open plains, acacia woodland, rocky thorn bush country, swamps and marshland) and covers part of a Pleistocene lake basin, now dry. Within this basin is a temporary lake, Lake Amboseli, that floods during years of heavy rainfall.
Game drives in the Amboseli National Park!
The camp is located in a quiet, unspoiled, unique setting on a 5,000-acre private conservation area,12 kms south east of Amboseli National Park, within the Amboseli Ecosystem, right at the foot of Africa’s Largest mountain, Mt Kilimanjaro. Looking down onto the Amboseli National Park in one direction and up to Mt Kilimanjaro in the other direction - arguably the best location of any camp in Amboseli!
This charming camp with the choice of spacious safari tents or more structured suite options. The camp currently has 9 luxury en suite mountain facing tents and 5 large luxurious lodge style suites.
The suites are luxury cottages with thatched roofs, deep baths and enormous, romantic beds swathed in snow-white mosquito nets, and look out onto Amboseli National Park, renowned for its elephants. The tents are canvas affairs, but the massive beds look straight out onto Mt Kilimanjaro in neighboring Tanzania, about 20km away, and the highest mountain in Africa. Both the tents and the suites are en-suite with the suites also having luxurious baths. Facilities are supplied with hot running water provided by eco-friendly solar units.
Elephants, giraffe’s and zebra are seen most days from the comfort of your room. The camp is designed using natural rock and acacia wood, the bathrooms have their own naturally crafted bathtub and shower.
Safari chefs provide the most sumptuous selection of cuisines to satisfy every taste. The dining room looks out onto Kilimanjaro to the South and down across the resident waterhole to the plains of Amboseli to the West.
Guided walks, night game drives and a visit to the local cultural village.
The Laikipia Plateau is a wonderful destination for camel-back safaris!.
he Laikipia Plateau is an undiscovered ecosystem of wilderness terrain that covers over two million acres and is home to indigenous Samburu, Kikuyu and Boran tribes. The unique and varied habitats here create stunningly scenic landscapes, from arid plains to icy mountains and sweeping hills, making it an excellent choice for the discerning safari enthusiast looking for something authentic, away from the tourist trails. It is estimated that 10% of Kenya’s black rhino community are found here in Lewa, so it is also a good place for Big Five game sighting, whilst avoiding the crowds.
Sprawling on the edge of the Northern Kenyan Frontier, stretching from the slopes of Mount Kenya to the rim of the Great Rift Valley, is the Laikipia Plateau. Laikipia is a mid-altitude plateau, which formerly consisted of community land and ranch land. An important wildlife area scattered with a mosaic of farms and cattle ranches, conservationists and ranchers alike have worked together in this wildlife refuge that supports large numbers of game. Steeped in history from the colonial days in Kenya, this is a significant natural area from a safari and conservation perspective.
Vast open plains in the shadow of the snow-capped silhouette of Mount Kenya create a tranquil and secluded setting. Ecologically, the plateau is transitional to the central highlands and northern deserts. As such, it provides an important stronghold for rarities such as black rhino, Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe and wild dogs with few other vehicles in sight. It also supports substantial numbers of lion, leopard and cheetah, along with dry-country specials such as reticulated giraffe, greater and lesser kudu, gerenuk and Beisa oryx.
Camel assisted safari or 100% mobile camel safari.
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Situated on the scenic plains of eastern Laikipia, the camp is the perfect base from which to explore the area on foot. With spacious tents and comfortable furnishings, the camp has both riding camels and land cruisers available for you to decide what kind of safari activities you want to do each morning and afternoon. This is a permanent base from which to explore by foot or a camel-supported mobile walking safari exploration.
The camp site is equipped with 4 spacious luxury sleeping tents, solar lighting and running water. Each of the tents can accommodate up to 4 people, and are therefore suited to families of 4, but can also be kept as double or twin bedrooms. All tents on the campsite are equipped with private toilet and shower facilities.
Each day on a walking safari is different from the next. Away from roads and vehicles, guests have a unique opportunity to take in the wide-open spaces and wildlife that Laikipia is famed for, especially the heavy populations of eland, steinbuck, giraffe, Grevvy’s Zebra, and elephant. Lucky visitors may even see spot a few local lions, leopards, cheetahs, and wild dogs.
Camp guests Camp have the benefit of Samburu guided walks, game drives, mountain bikes, and camel rides at their disposal, as well as a permanent spot to rest their feet for afternoon tea and sundowners.
The world-renowned Masai Mara National Reserve needs little in the way of introduction. Its tawny, wildlife-stuffed savannahs are familiar to anyone who has watched nature documentaries.The reserve is located in the Great Rift Valley in primarily open grassland.
The Maasai Mara (also known as the Masai Mara, and locally simply as The Mara) is a large game reserve in Narok County, Kenya, contiguous with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. It is named in honor of the Maasai people (the ancestral inhabitants of the area) and their description of the area when looked at from afar: "Mara" means "spotted" in the local Maasai language of Maa, due to the many trees which dot the landscape
When it was originally established in 1961 as a wildlife sanctuary the Mara covered only 520 km2 (200 sq mi) of the current area, including the Mara Triangle. The area was extended to the east in 1961 to cover 1,821 km2 (703 sq mi) and converted to a game reserve. The Greater Mara Ecosystem encompasses areas known as the Maasai Mara National Reserve, the Mara Triangle, and several Maasai Conservancies
It is world-renowned for its exceptional populations of lions, leopards, cheetahs and elephant, and the annual migration of wildebeest, zebra, Thomson's gazelle and other antelope, to and from the Serengeti every year known as the Great Migration.There have been some 95 species of mammals, amphibians and reptiles and over 400 birds species recorded on the reserve. Reliable rains and plentiful vegetation underpin this extraordinary ecosystem and the millions of herbivores it supports. The Masai Mara is a unique area with a constant and unrivaled flow of wildlife throughout the year.
From July to October the Mara becomes a backdrop for one of the last great natural wonders of the world, when 1.5 million wildebeest and zebra surge up from the Serengeti plains in their annual search for the seasonal grasses that sustain them. Wildebeest, zebras, impalas, elephants, Masai giraffes and several species of gazelle all call the Mara home. This vast concentration of game accounts for high predator numbers, including cheetahs, leopards and the highest lion densities in the world.
The spectacle as the vast herds cross rivers and sweep through the golden grasses, is punctuated by individual struggles with predators, which are in turn drawn to take their part in this dramatic event. While the migration is spectacular, game viewing at all other times of the year remains almost unrivalled anywhere in Africa.
The camp is set within Kenya’s legendary Masai Mara Game Reserve, surrounded by some of the world’s best game-viewing areas. It has a great location overlooking the Mara River - Guests have the luxury of spending maximum time at designated river crossings because of the camps’ close proximity to the river. It’s quite a privilege to experience these river crossings!
The camp is ideal for photographers and private game viewing in our panoramic location. The camp has a private wing that is ideal for photographers. It offers a Photographic tent that is fully equipped with iMac computers and projectors. The camp has new land cruisers customized for game viewing.
The main tent with its separate bar, sitting and dining areas is beautifully decorated with leather sofas, side cabinets, rugs and chests. In the evening, guests can gather inside under the chandeliers or outside around the campfire under starlit skies for sunset cocktails and to share their safari stories.
From the shaded seclusion of this attractively-designed camp, guests can relax and admire unforgettable views over the Mara River and across expansive plains, with the distant backdrops of undulating hills. From the veranda of each tent it is even possible to witness the breathtaking sight of thousands of wildebeest crossing the river during their annual migration through this vast wilderness area. With ten luxury tents, accommodating just 10 guests in utmost comfort, amidst breath-taking scenery. Each of the luxury en-suite tents has been individually decorated to provide the ideal blend of color, texture and ambience; and each has their own large, secluded verandah.
The meals consist of a delightful gourmet food prepared by the camp cooks. Water, soft drinks, beer, house wines and non-luxury spirits are included in the room rates. Champagne, special wines and luxury spirits are at an additional cost. The camp offers a wide but excellent selection of South African Wines.
The camp employs local Masai driver-guides, trained to a high standard. They have grown up in the area and have an instinctive talent for spotting game and natural ability to read animal tracks, as well as signs of an impending natural event, be it a river crossing or a predator kill.
Twice daily game viewing in the Masai Mara!