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Kenya Safari

Ah, Kenya. Is there a country that is more synonymous with luxury safari? Kenya is where it all began and it's a safari destination that seldom disappoints. Sure, there are crowds in places plus large hotels and resorts but there are also many remote and unspoiled destinations far from the crush of commercialism.

Purists would argue that a safari in Kenya is not complete without a visit to the Masai Mara: get your timing right to coincide with the great wildebeest migration and you'll feast on a wildlife spectacle like no other. You don't have to join the masses - enjoy a Kenya safari in a private concession and get all the thrills of the migration without the crowds.

And a Kenya safari is not just about the Masai Mara: other famous Kenya safari destinations like Amboseli, Tsavo, the Aberdares and Lake Nakuru trip off the tongue but did you know that Kenya also offers amazing beaches, perfect reefs and classic 'desert island' destinations? Combine them with a Kenya wildlife safari for an unforgettable beach and bush experience.

A Kenya safari couldn't be simpler: let us tailor-make one for you - and don't think you'll be sleeping rough: there's no shortage of excellent accommodation for your Kenya safari: choose from deluxe tented camps to air-conditioned resorts - and they're in all the right places.

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The diversity of Kenya is legendary: the lakes and reserves of the Great Rift Valley, Maasai tribesmen, lofty Mount Kenya and the annual migration of wildebeest in the Masai Mara as well as beautiful white sand beaches and exotic tropical islands. June and July is the best time to see the migration.


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