10 Best Kenya Tours Packages, Vacations, Trips & Itineraries

Our Tailor-Made 10 Best Kenya Tours Packages, Vacations, Trips & Itineraries. A Kenya safari will not disappoint. Plus, you can effortlessly combine our Kenya tours with gorilla trekking in Uganda and Rwanda. Our 10 Best Kenya tour packages. Incredibly beautiful natural scenery, poignant cultural contacts, exceptional wildlife watching, and, of course, the thrills and spills of the Wildebeest Migration can all be found in Kenya, a top safari destination. It seems sensible that it is where safari travel began.

Kenya Tours will not disappoint, from meetings with the Samburu people to viewing the wildebeest mega-herds in the Masai Mara and the famed elephant herds in Amboseli against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro. Additionally, you may easily combine our Kenya safari vacations with gorilla trekking expeditions in Uganda or Rwanda, or even a tropical beach vacation with views of the warm Indian Ocean’s turquoise waters and swaying palm trees.

Here are our top 10 Kenya tour packages, all of which have been thoroughly tested and can be fully customized to suit your travel preferences:

Journey to the Heart of Kenya / Epic Safari in the Maasai Mara

Best Kenya Tours Packages

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Masai Mara and Amboseli Itinerary

On this safari journey to Kenya that focuses on wildlife, get up close to the natural world while lodging at eco-camps that have won awards and are conveniently situated to watch the game. These small-scale camps, which are excellent for honeymooners and couples, pride themselves on their warm welcome and attentive service.

Tour Highlights: Private concessions away from the crowds, Intimate and award-winning eco-camps, Personal attention from, friendly staff, Day and night game drives, Nature walks with Maasai guides.

Best Suited For Couples, Honeymooners, Families, Small groups

Safari in Kenya – Amboseli & Masai Mara

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Amboseli, Meru, and Masai Mara Itinerary

On Kenya safari tours, traveling by light aircraft from one location to the next enables you to see a lot of ground in a short amount of time. Additionally, it allows you to spend longer time in each reserve and really experience everything Amboseli, Meru, and the Mara have to offer. Take advantage of the Amboseli National Park‘s morning and afternoon wildlife drives, walking safaris, bush breakfasts, sundowner beverages in Meru, and dinners beneath the stars in the Masai Mara.

Tour Highlights: Luxury Kenya safari tour, flying into three premier parks, Walking safari in Amboseli, Massage at Elsa’s Kopje in Meru National Park, Full-day game drive in the Masai Mara

Best Suited For Couples, Honeymooners, Families, Groups

Amboseli vs Masai Mara. Best Kenya Safari

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Masai Mara and Laikipia Itinerary

Take advantage of the freedom to choose the itinerary for your family’s Kenya safari tours, which may include outings like game drives, escorted nature walks, helicopter rides, and an unforgettable trout-fishing trip on Mount Meru. Although Laikipia may not be as well-known as the Masai Mara, it is a very rewarding location if you’re seeking someplace a little off the beaten road while yet providing excellent game viewing and pleasant lodging.

Tour Highlights: See the Wildebeest Migration in season (between about July and October), Trout-fishing excursion on Mount Kenya accessed on a scenic helicopter flight, Convenient fly-in transfers, Exclusive-use accommodation in the Mara and Laikipia

Best Suited For Families, Groups

Intimate Laikipia & Masai Mara Safari with Governors

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Samburu and Masai Mara Itinerary

Allow for a quick trip into the center of the bush for your family without compromising modern conveniences. Elegant safari villas provide excellent privacy, space, and a great home-away-from-home atmosphere. Explore a holy Samburu mountain, see elephants in the Kalama Corridor looking for new grazing, follow the Wildebeest Migration, and have fun with the kids at the Warriors Academy, an engaging educational program ideal for family-friendly luxury Kenya safari tours.

Tour Highlights: Perfect for parents, children and teens – great combination of fun, adventure, wildlife and culture, Stay in private villas on a luxury Kenya safari, Unwind in the Samburu and Maasai Wellbeing Spaces, Nature walks and fascinating cave paintings, Learn more on the Warriors Academy – an interactive programme for families with children, Optional hot-air balloon rides and biplane flips

Best Suited For Families, Groups

KENYA – The Land of the Wild (Safari in Samburu & Maasai Mara)

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Amboseli, Samburu and Masai Mara Itinerary

Spend a few days at Nairobi National Park, one of the few national parks in the world that shares a border with a capital city, to begin your Kenya safari tour. The rest of the week can be spent learning about Maasai and Samburu culture, interacting with the enormous Amboseli elephant herds, enjoying soothing massages, and viewing hordes of plains animals and ferocious predators while being expertly guided by Maasai and Samburu rangers.

Tour Highlights: Cultural tours to Samburu and Maasai villages, Visit the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant, Orphanage in Nairobi, Encounters with giraffe at Nairobi’s Giraffe Centre, Optional spa treatments, helicopter flips and hot-air balloon rides

Best Suited For Cultural tourists, Couples, Honeymooners, Families, Groups

Safari in Kenya – Amboseli & Masai Mara

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Laikipia, Samburu and Masai Mara Itinerary

The Giraffe Manor in Nairobi offers breakfast with endangered Rothschild’s giraffes. Take a quick flight to one of Kenya’s first-ever private rhino conservancies before continuing on to Samburu National Reserve via another fly-in. Discover the Samburu Special 5 by going on fly-camping excursions and camelback safaris. Enjoy front-row seats to the Wildebeest Migration between roughly June and September to top off your opulent Kenya safari tour.

Tour Highlights: Have breakfast with Rothschild’s giraffes in Nairobi, Stay in a rhino sanctuary in Laikipia, Horse riding and mountain biking with Maasai near Mount Kenya, Optional helicopter flights around Mount Kenya, Visit a Samburu manyatta (a traditional village), Camelback safari and fly camping in Samburu, Spectacular Great Migration viewing in season (from about July to September)

Best Suited For Active and adventurous travellers, Cultural tourists, Families, Groups, Couples

Maasai Mara, Laikipia, Meru, Samburu, Lewa

Kenya Tour Packages: Our Top Picks

For good reason, Kenya is often associated with its abundant wildlife—and, for some, even marathon runners. Safaris in Kenya are among the best opportunities to observe wildlife in its native environments, such as national parks and wildlife reserves. Kenya is home to a wide variety of ecosystems, from mountain ranges to vast plains where wild animals are free to wander. Stunning snow-capped mountains dot the landscape, with Kenya’s Mount Kilimanjaro standing at 5,200 meters (17,050 feet) as the second-highest peak in Africa. The Indian Ocean shoreline is adorned with tropical palm-fringed beaches and coral reefs. From north to south, the Great Rift Valley cuts over the Central Highlands. On a visit to Kenya, you can enjoy all of it.

luxury Masai mara safari

3 Days Masai Mara Safari Itinerary
From Nairobi, you’ll be transported by road for two nights and three days of game drives inside the reserve, with the option for up to four private safaris. Visiting a Maasai village is one of the optional extras that could be included in the tour. You have the option to go for a full day game drive on the second day of your schedule in Masai Mara at no additional cost.

Best Masai Mara Tours & Safaris

4 Days Masai Mara Safari Itinerary
Travelers may enjoy six thrilling private gamedrives inside the main Maasai Mara National Reserve on this four-day road safari that departs from Nairobi. The safari includes lodging in top lodges or camps. The morning flights into Nairobi from the US, UK, and India markets make this tour perfect for those who don’t want to spend the night in the city before the safari.

Olpopongi - Maasai Cultural Village & Museum

Kenya Cultural Tour Itinerary
The people of Kenya have a rich culture and therefore it’s amazing to explore and connect with them within their homeland as you learn the different ways of living within their societies. In case you are interested in having a cultural experience filled trip in the magical Kenya then this 10 Day Kenya cultural tour is the best itinerary.

Masai Mara National Park. Kenya

12 Days in Kenya Itinerary
Our 12-day, 11-night Kenya safari package includes visits to Lake Nakuru and the renowned Masai Mara. In the Kenyan highlands, Aberdare National Park provides a change of scenery and soothing landscapes with its undulating hills and expansive verdant fields of coffee and tea set against the majestic backdrop of Mount Kenya.

Aberdare Cisticola - Kenya Birding Safaris

10 Days Birding in Kenya
A bird-watching vacation in Kenya is made even more rewarding by the wide variety of habitats that make up the 10-day Kenya Birding Tour Safari. You really have to witness the ostrich, the largest bird in the world, and the magnificent flamingos, which flock together in the millions at the different lakes of the Great Rift Valley and disguise themselves in pink, to believe the incredible birding views that Kenya offers.

Birding Tours in Kenya

11 Days Birding Itinerary
This exciting 11 Days Kenya Birding Safari Tour allows you to enjoy the Western Kenya Circuit as you pick the rare birds that inhabit this region. We begin in Nairobi and loop West in an exciting route that is aimed at maximizing each habitat.

Masai Mara National Park. Kenya

12 Days in Kenya Itinerary
Our 12-day, 11-night Kenya safari package includes visits to Lake Nakuru and the renowned Masai Mara. In the Kenyan highlands, Aberdare National Park provides a change of scenery and soothing landscapes with its undulating hills and expansive verdant fields of coffee and tea set against the majestic backdrop of Mount Kenya.

Aberdare Cisticola - Kenya Birding Safaris

10 Days Birding in Kenya
A bird-watching vacation in Kenya is made even more rewarding by the wide variety of habitats that make up the 10-day Kenya Birding Tour Safari. You really have to witness the ostrich, the largest bird in the world, and the magnificent flamingos, which flock together in the millions at the different lakes of the Great Rift Valley and disguise themselves in pink, to believe the incredible birding views that Kenya offers.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a world-renowned conservation pioneer, best known for safeguarding the world’s sole two northern white rhinos. It is situated in the foothills of snow-capped Mount Kenya in central Kenya’s Laikipia County.

6 Days Kenya Safari – Amboseli, Lake Naivasha & Masai Mara

Budget Kenya Safaris
Kenya is one of the few nations that is perfect for a low-budget safari. Taking advantage of perfect expedition conditions, the country’s safari business showcases its affordable safaris. The pop-top safari minivan and other inexpensive modes of transportation open up a world of almost limitless possibilities.

Kenya luxury safaris

Luxury Kenya Safaris
Luxury Kenya Safaris in a snapshot: Kenya is a tapestry of diverse cultures; no matter where you travel, you’ll see indigenous peoples dressed exquisitely. While the local culture is undeniably fascinating, visiting certain regions—such the Masai Mara—in conjunction with the northern regions (Samburu, Laikipia, or Meru) is like stepping into a foreign country.


Kenya Family Safaris
For what reasons do wildlife safaris work so well with families? What gives our kids such a soft spot for furry friends? Is it possible that when we observe a mother cheetah with her cubs, we recognize a part of ourselves? Does the sight of that herd of elephants guarding their young as they make their way to a watering hole make us think of our own maternal tendencies?

Hot Air Balloon Safari In Serengeti

Masai Mara Hot Air Balloon
In a hot air balloon, you can see the Masai Mara in all its glory. Guests will be able to take flight first thing in the morning and drift aimlessly on the gentle breeze. Treetops or lower provide a different vantage point and excellent photo ops, while 300 meters (1,000 feet) reveals the expansive landscape.

Wildebeest Migration crossing the Mara River

5 Days in Masai Mara Itinerary
During the wildebeest migration season, our 5-day Masai Mara safari provides an exclusive opportunity to see this East African wildlife reserve. Guests will stay in excellent luxury tented camps located in prime areas across the reserve.

Kenya Safari And Beach Holidays

Kenya Safari And Beach Holiday
After an exciting safari in Kenya, nothing beats unwinding on a beach resort in the Indian Ocean with powdery white sands. When you book your vacation with Kabira Safaris, we will take care of every detail. We can arrange for you to stay in a five-star safari lodge, take a hot air balloon ride over the Masai Mara, or even just relax on your private beach.


10 Days Kenya Honeymoon Itinerary
Due to the myriad attractions the continent offers, Africa has become the romantic retreat of choice for many couples. Tourists, newlyweds, or couples eager for adventure can look forward to once-in-a-lifetime wildlife encounters, extraordinary global events, and breathtaking scenery. Couples won’t soon forget their honeymoon thanks to this schedule.

Kenya Coastal Birding Tour

Birding And Wildlife Itinerary
15 Days Kenya Birding Tour will help you gather many of these exciting birds, including many of the national endemics like Jackson’s Francolin, Williams’s Lark, Snowy (Brown-and-White) Barbet, Aberdare Cisticola, Kikuyu White-eye, Hinde’s Babbler, and Sharpe’s Longclaw.

Masai Mara Safari

Masai Mara Safaris
In addition to the yearly wildebeest migration, a top-notch Masai Mara safari offers a high probability of seeing abundant big cat sightings. Thanks to the many wildlife movies that have featured the Masai Mara Reserve, the feline inhabitants of the area have gained international fame. Wildlife interacts in close proximity due to the abundance of cats and the Great Migration, which passes through the reserve every year from July to October.

Things To Do in Kenya, Activities, Attractions

There is no more thrilling and enlightening wildlife experience than seeing the Great Migration of the Masai Mara, which is why many tourists consider a safari in Kenya to be the most memorable part of their vacation. The allure of Kenya, though, is that it provides so much more than just the opportunity to see wildlife. A visit to this East African nation is not complete without partaking in some of the country’s iconic outdoor activities, lounging on its beaches, and learning about its rich cultural heritage.

The capital of Kenya, Nairobi, is also the biggest city in East Africa and a veritable treasure trove of attractions; among these are vibrant street markets selling traditional African food and a lively nightlife that will transport you to another continent. Nairobi is home to the Nairobi National Park, as well as other museums (such as the National Museum of Kenya) and wildlife centers (where one may learn about African animals and Kenyan culture). Mombasa, with its beautiful beaches and historical and cultural landmarks, is the perfect place to relax after a safari.

Our location specialists are here to answer any questions you may have about Kenya, including the ideal time to visit, the best safari to choose, and how to plan your trip. Our experts at Kabira Safaris & Tours Africa have compiled a list of the must-do activities in Kenya that you should not miss during your time there.

Is Kenya Safe for Travelers

Although Kenya is not as dangerous as other African countries, tourists should be aware that there is a crime problem in the larger cities and that numerous government advisories mention the danger of terrorism. For the most up-to-date information, see your government’s travel guidance.

Beggars and would-be thieves will constantly be on the lookout for unsuspecting tourists. No matter where you go in Keyna, it’s crucial to stay up-to-date on the local circumstances and use common sense to avoid street scammers and more serious risks. You should be aware of these things in order to remain safe in Kenya.

Traveler’s Kenya Safari Experiences

Trip of a lifetime

Feb 2021 • Couples

I took a 4 day 3 night safari to Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru in February 2021 and had an AMAZING time. Peter was nothing but professional and trustworthy. I couldn’t have had a better experience on our safari. Our guide’s name was Edward and he was outstanding. Edward knew ALL of the animals and was a pleasure to be around and is now a new friend. I feel lucky that we were able to have Edward as our guide. We saw ALL of the big five several times. The hotel accommodations and food that we had was also outstanding. The safari vehicle was very big and powerful. This was a trip of a lifetime. I did all of my research and chose this particular company based on the reviews and the good things people said about Peter and boy were they right. Do not choose another company, this is the best. Our guide Edward was such a pleasure and made our experience that much more valuable. I saw so many animals it was like being in a movie. I am so happy that I chose this company and wouldn’t recommend anyone else. Peter and Edward are amazing people. I have not one criticism of anything on this safari. There is not one thing that could’ve been better. The trip was 10 out of 10, just wonderful. You can’t go wrong with this safari, I am forever thankful


Kenya Vs Tanzania: Which Is Best? Travel Experts Decide

For most people going on their first safari in Africa, the decision comes down to two options: Kenya or Tanzania.

Choosing between Kenya and Tanzania as your safari base can be challenging if you’ve never been to either country. Both offer expansive open savannas teeming with incredible animals and accommodations to suit all tastes and budgets.

I won’t even begin to mention the non-safari attractions! Seeing animals isn’t the only thing you can do in any country. Travelers’ paradises, Kenya and Tanzania both offer picture-perfect beaches, blue waters, fascinating cultures, breathtaking scenery, and mountains to conquer. Which one should you pick?

My travels have taken me to Tanzania and Kenya. The first vacation I took was a month-long excursion to Tanzania. Before going on a safari in Tanzania, I climbed Kilimanjaro and chilled out in Zanzibar for five days. I would strongly suggest a vacation to Tanzania because I enjoyed it immensely.

National Parks In Kenya That Are A Must Visit

There is no way to separate Kenya and its national parks. A total of four marine national parks and an astounding twenty-three of them are located there. There is an abundance of protected areas in Kenya, including reserves, marine parks, privately held conservancies, and the iconic sight of thousands of wildebeest crossing the Mara River during their migration. Hell’s Gate National Park, for example, features hot geysers.

The Big Five—rhino, buffalo, elephants, leopards, and lions—are often the targets of safarigoers’ dogged pursuits in Kenya. The name comes from the fact that these were the most dangerous species for colonial-era hunters to hunt on foot. However, just because a national park doesn’t have all of these animals doesn’t mean you shouldn’t visit. You’ll still see lots of interesting things.

There is more to Kenya’s national parks than just wildlife; no matter which park you visit, you’ll be treated to breathtaking landscapes, geothermal springs, a variety of colorful birds, and the indigenous people who live in and around these locations. The top twelve national parks in Kenya are listed here.

Kenya Factbook

Kenya, an economic powerhouse on the eastern coast of Africa, has direct ties to prehistoric people and lies on the equator. Paleontologists in the East African Rift Valley have uncovered artifacts that date back to the earliest days of humankind.

Ethnic variety in modern-day Kenya has fostered cultural vitality while simultaneously fueling political unrest. After the Mau Mau insurrection in the 1950s, Kenya, a former British colony, obtained its independence.

The insurgency’s dubious legacy for independent Kenya stems from its disputed roots and its behavior. Victims of mistreatment by colonial forces fighting the uprising were compensated in 2013 by the British government.

Two high-profile and mass-casualty assaults in Nairobi occurred in 2013 and 2019, respectively, at the Westgate shopping mall and the DusitD2 complex. The jihadist outfit Al-Shabab is based in neighboring Somalia. The attacks primarily occurred in the north-east of Kenya.

Issues such as poverty, violence, and high unemployment rate are also essential. Millions of people are often threatened by droughts.

Birding in Kenya

Tours in Kenya and other countries in Eastern Africa are offered by Birdwatching Kenya, a travel firm established in Kenya. Over the course of its seven years of existence, it has taken birdwatchers to virtually every major birding destination. Organizing vacations as long as 28 days. You probably already know that the varied and fascinating environments of Kenya are home to more than 1,150 bird species, including both endemic and migratory birds. You can see migrants in the right places throughout the Rift Valley, which winds its way through a huge area.Guests on our trips who are particularly interested in birds will also have the opportunity to see beautiful landscapes, people, and big animals.

4×4 Car Rental in Kenya

Do you feel prepared to embark on the most incredible self-drive journey in Kenya? Board one of our rugged 4×4 Toyota Landcruisers and set off on an adventure of a lifetime!

Here at Car Rental Drives Africa, we never use third parties; in fact, we own every rental automobile that we offer. After each journey, we take care of the cars at our Nairobi facility. In addition, for quick fixes on the spot, we have a tight network of workshops in the countryside. Our roadside help is available around the clock, and we always keep a spare car on hand in case of an emergency.

If you want, you can hire a car with a local driver-guide or bring your own vehicle. You may find information, helpful hints, and answers to frequently asked concerns regarding self-driving and independent travel in Kenya in our Practical Info Guide, which covers a variety of key topics.

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