9-day Under the Stars of Kenya (Authentic)
On our 9-day Under the Stars of Kenya safari (Authentic) you will experience the same high-quality wildlife safari experience provided by the top-end safari camps, with 4WD game viewing escorted by top class guides and in exclusive wildlife conservancies away from the tourist minibuses, but at a hugely reduced price by staying in a combination of an adventure camp and a bush camp
For those for whom the wildlife safari experience is more important than the accommodation, and who are prepared to sleep in smaller tents in sleeping bags on a mattress on the floor (adventure camp) or in real beds (bush camp), this itinerary gives you the opportunity for an exceptional and exclusive wildlife experience with high quality guiding but at a fraction of the price. The camps are located in private wildlife conservancies with a wealth of wildlife and where you can go on walks with Maasai guides and take night drives but they are also conveniently located for easy access to Amboseli National Park and the Masai Mara Reserve.
Amboseli National Park – the best place in Kenya to see elephants at close range and wonderful views of Kilimanjaro.
Selenkay Conservancy, Amboseli – walk with Masai warriors, night game drive, exclusive wilderness area with no other tourist vehicles.
Masai Mara National Reserve – famous for the spectacular wildebeest migration between the end of June and early October every year and excellent for lion and cheetah.
Ol Kinyei Conservancy, Mara – This large area borders the Masai Mara National Reserve and is home to an abundance of animals including the Mara’s renowned Big Cats.
The beauty of being in a private conservancy is that the camps are not governed by the national park/game reserve rules, which are quite restrictive. Hence, our guides can drive off road, do night drives and you can also walk with your Masai guides – which you cannot do in the national parks/game reserves. The private conservancies border the national parks/game reserves so the animals can roam freely between the two, however the public cannot, thus creating a more private safari experience away from the sometimes maddening crowds. Have a look at this video which give a little insight into the private conservancies – https://youtu.be/s3ztbxnBb3c
- Selenkay Conservancy
- Ol Kinyei Conservancy