Kenya

Kenya safaris are some of the most sought after in Africa. When it comes to wildlife safaris Kenya has a rich history and in many ways developed the modern African safari so many people enjoy today. With a genuine chance to see the Big 5 in famous game reserves and national parks such as the Masai Mara, Amboseli, Lake Nakuru, Samburu and Tsavo East and West. Kenya wildife sanctuaries are some of the best in the world and have attracted filmakers, photographers and wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world.

A Kenya Safari would not be complete without a visit to the world famous Masai Mara. Many people choose to visit in September to get a close up view of one of natures most amazing wildlife spectacles; the Wildebeest migration. However the Masai Mara has one of the densest populations of Leopards in the country and also produces regular sightings of Lions and Cheetah. The famous BBC doucmentary Big Cat Diary brought many of these famous cats into our living rooms and inspired many of us to take our first Kenya safari.

We work with a wide variety of Kenya wildlife lodges, not just the luxury lodges, to ensure our bespoke Kenya safaris shown you amazing Kenyan wildlife, in the company of great wildlife guides, but still at an affordable price.

Popular Itineraries

Big Cat Magic in the Masai Mara

The Masai Mara is one of those most special of wildlife places in the world which just keeps you wanting to come back for more and more. We know that from many regular clients who visit multiple times a year and it is one of those safari destinations which can deliver great wildlife encounters outside of the main high season, which runs from July to October. It is without doubt one of the best places in the world to see big cats and it is not unsual in the Mara to have regular sightings of the Big 3; Lion, Leopard and Cheetah. This June departure will see cheaper options available on international flights and less crowds in the park, so why not join us on this Big Cat safari at Mara Intrepids in June 2021.

Style - Bespoke Wildlife
Duration (Excl. Flights) - 10
Activity Level
When to Go
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Price (Excl. flights)
£2590
Mara Predator Big Cat Conservation Safari

‘In 20 years if nothing is done, there will be no Lions left in Kenya’ Neils Morgensen, Mara Predator Conservation Program.

Niels Mogensen, Senior Programme Scientist at the Mara Predator Conservation Programme, and award-winning natural history photographer and film maker Trai Anfield invite you to join them on a truly unique wildlife photography safari and survey experience, focussing on the two most iconic predators of Kenya’s Maasai Mara: lion and cheetah. Leopard will also be likely, alongside the prey species that make up this complex ecosystem. Should African wild dog be in the vicinity during our stay, then of course we will prioritise this species too.

Style - Small Group Photographer
Duration (Excl. Flights) - 9
Activity Level
When to Go
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Price (Excl. flights)
£4790
Rhinos and Big Cats

June in Kenya is the last month of the shoulder season and a stunning time to visit on your Kenya wildlife holidays before the crowds of the high season arrive. By booking all accommodation through the famous Serena lodges we obtain an additional discount on your behalf, but we also retain our independance and privacy by booking an expert naturalist/driver, who will be your friendly, personal guide from the moment you touch down in Nairobi.

Style - Bespoke Wildlife
Duration (Excl. Flights) - 10
Activity Level
When to Go
  • Jan
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Price (Excl. flights)
£2500

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What

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Africa changes you forever and you will always yearn to return to the bush

How do you describe being on safari in the African Bush ? That is hard because it is not just about seeing animals in their natural environment ; it is about experiences, feelings , smells and all se things that fill the senses. We stayed in a tented camp and this is the only way to truly experience Africa, hearing the sounds of Hyena and Lion whilst you lay in your bed at night. Making sure you get excellent guides is key to getting the right experience and we were so lucky in this respect. They impart so much of their in - depth knowledge of the wildlife and ensure you get wonderful sightings of some amazing animals and birds but with care and consideration for their environment You just have to go there ! I have given Wildlife Trails repeat business since I first used them. They are a small company but with a wealth of experience and customer service. They are prepared to give a lot of time in helping to put together a holiday itinerary that will tick all the boxes. In addition their quoted costs are very fair and not over inflated like some operators. I recommended friends to use them , which they did, and they were not disappointed.

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