Elephant Cooperation Safari
The Ultimate 11-day Elephant Safari through Kenya’s Iconic Destinations
Starting from $17,500 per person sharing
A JOURNEY FOR ELEPHANTS AND RHINO IN KENYA
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
- A tranquil setting at Nairobi before your departure for safari
- Big Five safaris in Kenya’s iconic National Parks
- Witness the herds of ‘big tusker’ elephants in Amboseli NP
- Black and white rhino viewing on the plains of Laikipia
- Enjoy a camel safari through the pristine Lewa Conservancy
- Visit authentic conservation and community projects along the way
- All tours and activities as specified by itinerary
- All ground transfers with private driver & guide
- All inter-Africa flights as specified by itinerary
- All accommodations (fully inclusive)
- Full support from the Ubuntu Travel team, during and after your trip
- Expert safari guiding throughout your trip
What will you experience?
Nairobi | Ole Sereni Hotel
On your arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) you will be welcomed by a representative in a yellow jacket, who will accompany you through immigration to your transfer to the Ole Sereni Hotel.
Surrounded by nature and views of the famous Nairobi National Park from the balcony, the Ole Sereni Hotel provides a tranquil setting for those who need to shake off the jet lag and recover. For those running on travel adrenaline, the national park offers an opportunity to see some of the iconic species like zebra, giraffe, lion and even rhino!
*During your stay you will have the chance to visit the Amson Education Center, a program which is supporting over 300 students in Nairobi.*
Tsavo National Park | Finch Hattons
Known for its herds of elephants and magnificent landscapes, Tsavo is Kenya's largest National Park. With only a few lodges scattered over this pristine and expansive wilderness, you will enjoy fewer crowds as you explore the ancient landscape for elephant herds, giraffes, leopards, and even the infamous maneless lions!
A highlight is the crystal clear waters of the Mzima Springs, which attract a variety of animals including hippos and crocodiles. For a fresh perspective, enjoy a guided walking safari to explore the park in more detail.
*CONSERVATION DETAIL PENDING*
Laikipia | Lewa Conservancy | Kenya
Discover the high plains of Laikipia, a 65,000 acre protected wilderness! A stronghold for both white and back rhino, this area also has a unique conservation story to enjoy and support.
During your stay, embark on a camelback ride with the local Samburu and move through the wilderness to view giraffes, ostriches, and the grevy’s zebra up close. Have you heard of a gerenuk? You find this interesting looking animal here too!
Apart from the Big Five, this area also provides a rare chance to see the endangered wild dogs in East Africa too!
Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy | Sarara Camp
Spanning over 850,000 acre of pristine wilderness, Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy is truly an inspiring conservation story. Today the conservancy is home to Kenya’s second largest elephant population and the largest population of the endangered reticulated giraffe!
Sarara Camp has six spacious luxury tented suites, beautifully positioned to look over the Mathews Mountain Range. The main camp area has an infinity pool that overlooks a waterhole which is known for attracting an array of animals like elephants, giraffes, kudu and sometimes even wild dogs!
*Here you’ll visit the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary. A community owned initiative that cares for orphaned elephants, with the aim to reintroduce them to wild herds adjacent to the center.*
Plan a Trip
Reach out and let’s start talking. We’ll listen and begin to tailor an experiential, private, luxury vacation based on exactly how you want to experience Africa. From adventure to relaxation—and everything in between—let us hand