Africa’s Original Safari Destination, Where Wilderness and Wildlife Still Abound
Our collection of Kenya accommodations includes only smaller, intimate luxury camps and lodges, each chosen for its authenticity, personalized experience and proximity to the region’s best wildlife encounters. You won’t find large commercial lodges and hotels among our offerings. Explore the options by clicking on the regions below, and call 800-543-8917 to discuss details with one of our Adventure Specialists.
Once the colonial seat of British East Africa, Nairobi is the capital and urban heartbeat of Kenya and one of Africa’s most important cities. Nairobi has long been a meeting point for adventurers and travelers from all over the world, and most Kenya safaris still originate here.
Amboseli National Park & Chyulu Hills, Kenya
Amboseli's mosaic of dusty plains and swampy springs set against the backdrop of snowcapped Mount Kilimanjaro is home to great herds of elephant, plus buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, hyena, lion, leopard, cheetah and more. The adjacent Chyulu Hills feature lava craters, rolling grasslands and cedar forest.
Lewa & Borana Wildlife Conservancies, Kenya
Much of Kenya's wild, sparsely populated Laikipia region is comprised of vast, community-owned private conservancies like Lewa and Borana. Home to abundant wildlife including critically endangered rhinoceros, Grevy's zebra and sitatunga, these reserves play a critical role in global conservation leadership.
Maasai Mara Private Conservancy, Kenya
Choose among exclusive luxury camps within the Greater Mara ecosystem where you'll enjoy the same exceptional wildlife viewing well away from tourist crowds, plus opportunities for walking safaris and night drives not allowed on the national reserve.