This is the ultimate way to enjoy a luxury safari through Kenya. Our flying safari visits three outstanding locations Samburu in the semi-arid north, Mount Kenya on the equator and the Masai Mara, which can't be missed on any safari to Kenya. You will enjoy three flights and stay at small, luxury safari camps in these wildlife sanctuaries including the private Ol Pejeta sanctuary. You also have a Wildlife Safari 4WD vehicle and expert guide for all your game viewing activities as well as a number of "Exclusive Experiences" at no additional cost on this private journey.
Arrive in Nairobi where your Wildlife Safari manager will meet and escort you to your hotel. Enjoy safari briefing followed by a welcome dinner at your hotel this evening.
Morning flight to Samburu, flying past Mount Kenya. Your Wildlife Safari vehicle and guide will meet you on arrival and transfer you to your luxury safari camp along the Uaso Nyiro River. Your large tents are well appointed with a deck overlooking the river. Another full day of game viewing in Samburu, home to the rare reticulated giraffe, the long necked gerenuk, the Grevy's zebra and the beisa oryx.
An early breakfast and drive south, stopping at the Equator. Arrive at Lewa Downs, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was once a cattle ranch then it became a guarded black rhino sanctuary, and it is now the headquarters for a non-profit wildlife Conservancy. The conservancy has the highest number of Grevy's zebra in the world. Your luxury tented camp offers an intimate safari escape in this exceptional location. This award-winning lodge is ideal for a romantic safari getaway. You have two days to enjoy this sanctuary with optional night game viewing.
Breakfast and transfer to the airstrip and fly over the Great Rift Valley to the Masai Mara. Your Wildlife Safari vehicle and guide will meet you on arrival and drive you to your luxury safari camp for the next three days. Located where the riverine forest meets the sweeping plains in the path of the awe inspiring Great Migration, Kichwa Tembo Camp provides an authentic dose of African wildlife, delivered with legendary Kenyan hospitality. Lunch with the afternoon available for a game viewing drive in the Masai Mara.
Two unsurpassable days of game viewing in the Masai Mara following herds of wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, eland, topi, impala and other plains species whose numbers swell during the annual migration from the Serengeti, the greatest wildlife show on earth. The big cats, lion, leopard and cheetah are found in greater concentrations than anywhere else and looking to pounce if the opportunity arises. Herds of giraffe and elephant create a magical silhouette against the treeless savannah while hippo and crocodile coexist in the Mara and Talek Rivers. Your guide may suggest an extended game viewing drive, travelling much further away from other vehicles and visitors, with a special picnic lunch from your camp. Optional dawn hot air balloon excursion is available.
A final early morning game viewing drive, followed by our special "breakfast with the hippo" along the Talek River in the sanctuary. Transfer to the airstrip and fly back to Nairobi, where your Wildlife Safari guest manager will meet and escort you to Nairobi airport for your departing flight or extend your stay with an overnight in Nairobi, at additional cost.
Special farewell gift from Wildlife Safari
Single room supplements available on request
Wings Over Wildlife is available daily
A small and exotic Indian Ocean Island just off the Tanzanian mainland once ruled by Omani Sultans. Spend a few days exploring the historic Stone town precinct or just relaxing at a beach resort. Wildlife Safari has a choice of small, boutique hotel in Stone town or one of Zanzibar's pristine beaches, or both.
One of the world's natural wonders on the Zambia & Zimbabwe border where the Zambezi River cascades over. View the mighty falls on foot, aircraft, helicopter, boat or whitewater raft and be awed by its sheer size and power. Wildlife Safari offers hotels and lodges in both countries, with easy flight access from Johannesburg or Nairobi.
Is surrounded on its western border by a patchwork quilt of small, private wildlife sanctuaries each with one or more luxury safari lodges. Game viewing by open vehicle or foot with an armed guide (mainly for atmosphere) and tracker. While it's not the massive numbers of wildlife as East Africa, the species biodiversity compensates and is easily reached by air from Johannesburg or Livingston.
Any visit to Southern Africa would be incomplete without a journey on Rovos Rail, the world's most luxurious train. Frequent departures from its base in Pretoria to Cape Town and Victoria Falls on exceptional, all inclusive, three day journeys are available year round as well as special departures to Durban, Namibia and Tanzania.
The world's largest system of waterways fed by the clear waters filtered through the Klahari Desert. It's a pristine wilderness with a multitude of wildlife species. Small intimate safari camps built on islands within the delta offer excellent accommodations and cuisine, while your guides will show you a unique part of Africa. Excellent air connections exist from Johannesburg, Victoria Falls or Windhoek.
Africa's "Mother City" is one of the most beautiful, cosmopolitan cities in the world, home to the most dynamic mix in multicultural South Africa. Wildlife Safari has something for everyone, luxury hotels, quaint inns, fabulous cuisine, fantastic shopping and vibrant entertainment, all with some of the friendliest people anywhere in the world.
Three Indian Ocean island nations each unique, with something for everyone. The Seychelles comprise over a hundred islands, most uninhabited, but a few others with pristine beaches and outstanding resorts. Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, with rare flora and fauna, waiting to the discovered by adventure minded travelers. Mauritius, a sub tropical island in the southwest Indian Ocean, has been a cultural crossroads for centuries and is now at tourism crossroads, with numerous luxury resorts and attractions.