Kenya has it all: open plains, mountains, lakes, sweeping rivers, coast and desert as well as a strong traditional culture.
This is the Africa of wildlife documentaries, strong on conservation and the spiritual home of safaris. Home to the Big Five, it is also known for its warm hospitality, and with the right itinerary design, the crowds can be easily avoided.
Private guided safaris
Riding safaris for the experienced
Range of camps and lodges from luxurious to classic camps under the stars
Alex operates his walking safaris all over Kenya, the choice of region depends on your interests, the pace on safari is geared to your fitness, his criteria is off the beaten track. There is a full team of camp staff organising the lightweight mobile camp which moves ahead of you every few days, accessing wild areas of Kenya where you are unlikely to encounter other visitors.
Charlie has vast experience in guiding safaris and has been leading our guests on safari in Kenya for 25 years now, using his own fleet of safari vehicles and mostly staying in his luxury mobile private tented camp which is exclusive to your party. A safari with Charlie in Kenya has a strong element of timelessness and old school romance and tradition. Mick Jagger wrote in Charlie's guestbook 'took me back'.
Jackson has been recognised as one of the top ten guides of the world. He has presented numerous wildlife documentaries including Big Cat Diary and also pioneers responsible tourism in the Mara. Jackson believes strongly in passing on knowledge to others. In his wildest dreams he could not have foreseen himself broadcasting on live television around the world, spreading his knowledge of the Mara to millions of people and more recently attending Tusk’s 25th anniversary dinner in the company of Prince William.
There was a time when there were distinct safari seasons across Africa. But things have changed over the years and visiting outside the traditional seasons is now not only possible, but often desirable.