A Million Animals on the Move and Out of Africa Scenery

A million animals on the move, Africa’s big predators in abundance, red-robed Maasai warriors and Out of Africa scenery.

Kenya’s biggest attraction is the natural movement of mega-herds – wildebeest, zebra and gazelle – following the summer rains and sweet grasses in an annual pilgrimage called the great migration. Witness the life-and-death struggles of the river crossings and dramatic encounters with Africa’s top predators.

Start your Kenya safari in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy located at the foothills of Mount Kenya, a mosaic of grass plains, wooded grassland, Acacia woodland and evergreen thicket. The conservancy boasts the highest density of resident wildlife in Kenya, including the Big 5, and this area is home to the biggest population of black and white rhino in East Africa.

Accommodations consist of small bush camps, private bush houses and intimate tented camps in true safari style. The camps are ideally located for exclusive game viewing, with a private game viewing vehicle throughout.

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Kenya Highlights

Leopard at sunrise, Ol Pejeta, Kenya
  • Head out and track the endangered and black and white rhinos with Martin Meyer.
  • Topi House is a perfect location from which to experience the great wildebeest migration.
  • Take a hot air balloon ride over the Mara, a sensational way to view the wildlife from above.
  • Naboisho Conservancy is a groundbreaking project of tourism benefiting conservation and community.
  • Gain a deeper understanding as your Maasai guide will introduce you to the communities who are living in harmony with the land.

Maasai Mara National Park

The Maasai Mara needs little introduction as one of the world’s finest wildlife theatres.

Fed by two large rivers, the Talek and the Mara, this region is not just the stage for the most concentrated wildebeest migration action but also home to some of the greatest volumes of plains game and predators on the continent.

Every year it hosts what is now recognised as the greatest show on earth, ‘the migration’, which takes place between July and October.

Cheetah feeding, Maasai Mara
Rhino, Ol Pejeta, Kenya

Ol Pejeta

This conservancy boasts the highest density of resident wildlife of anywhere in Kenya, with the biggest population of black and white rhino in East Africa, and home to three of the world’s last remaining five northern white rhino.

It has some of the highest predator densities in Kenya and is elephant and buffalo territory, plus other rare and unusual species and over 200 species of resident and migratory birds.

Naboisho Conservancy

Naboisho is a haven for elephant with more elephant here per kilometre squared than in the Maasai Mara Reserve itself.

Lion have also thrived within the conservancy with over 50 known individuals as well as leopard, cheetah and even the rare striped hyena.

The real magic of Naboisho is its sheer exclusivity. Only a handful of lodges are situated in the conservancy, ensuring a level of safari solitude simply unheard of in the busy Serengeti and Maasai Mara reserves.

Trio of lion males, Naboisho, Kenya

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You make safari travelling and learning so easy.

Thanks for everything, hopefully we will meet again.

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