Ultimate Kenya Safari
15-day Suggested Itinerary
Starting from $12,500 per person
Ultimate Kenya Safari
The Ubuntu Travel Difference
Attention to detail from start to finish
Travel with a purpose
Experts in Africa
Our team of travel experts know Africa
- The best of Nairobi before your departure for safari
- Witness the herds of ‘big tusker’ elephants in Amboseli
- Safari in world-famous public safari parks like Maasai Mara
- Experience the privacy and accessibility of private concessions
- Great Migration can be seen seasonally
- Option for hot air balloon safaris (additional cost)
- All tours and activities as specified by itinerary
- All ground transfers with private driver & guide
- All inter-Africa flights as specified by itinerary
- Full support from the Ubuntu Travel team, during and after your trip
- Expert safari guiding throughout your trip
- All accommodations (B&B in Nairobi, fully inclusive at Safari Lodges)
What will you experience?
Arriving in Kenya’s capital marks the start of your adventure. While it is just a one-night stopover in Nairobi, this is a great opportunity to shake the jet lag and get your first taste of wildlife, with visits to the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center.
Amboseli National Park
Located in the south of Kenya, a short bush flight and you will soon arrive in Amboseli National Park. Elephant herds are large and plentiful here, complemented by a backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro for incredible photographs and memories to last a lifetime.
Onwards to the North of Kenya and you will soon arrive in the Lewa Conservancy. This area is known for hosting a variety of wildlife, including endangered black rhinos, Grevy’s zebras and Sitatungas. The wildlife viewing in this part of Kenya is unrivaled.
Onwards to the high plains of Laikipia where crowds do not exist and the land is vast. Laikipia is almost the size of Wales and holds views for days in every direction. Better yet, the vastness of this landmass allows for an abundance of wildlife, particularly if you consider how few safari-goers you will encounter at the sightings.
No visit to Kenya would be complete without stopping at the Maasai Mara, Kenya’s most famous and visited National Park. The Mara borders the Serengeti in Tanzania and plays host to a number of animals including lion, cheetah, elephants, zebras, hippos and wildebeests. Visit during the Great Migration for nature’s best show!
And because the Maasai Mara is one of the most famous and important wildlife conservation and wilderness areas in Africa, you better believe we haven’t finished yet! Located around the Mara are a great many conservancies that offer similar experiences but with fewer crowds. For the last three nights, you’ll get the best of both worlds.