Visit world renowned ecosystems in complete, uninterrupted exclusivity while exploring private wildlife conservancies. See not only the Big 5, but also rare endemic species, such as Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx, Somali ostrich and gerenuk. Experience truly authentic Kenya culture as you are guided on safari by members of indigenous tribes. Get a unique perspective on the wildlife and landscapes while on a game drive, bush walk, camel safari, horseback ride, or flight in East Africa’s only open cockpit biplane. Support conservation in partnership with local communities. Stay in a collection of unique, intimate lodges and camps, offering the ultimate in luxury.
Exclusive Safari in Kenya (10 days)
Luxury & Exclusive Access
Lewa Wilderness: At the heart of one of Kenya’s most famous conservation success stories: The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Lewa Wilderness is one of Kenya’s original private safari experiences and has been the Craig family home since 1972 where they proudly continue to entertain their guests.
Saruni Samburu: The most stunning eco-design lodge perched high above, overlooking Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy, bordering with Samburu National Reserve, and offering exclusive access to the surrounding 200,000 acres of pristine, protected wilderness.
Saruni Mara: The smallest permanent lodge in the Masai Mara, nestled in a hidden valley in Mara North Conservancy with the wide open game plains to the south and lush forest to the north.
Saruni Wild: The smallest tented camp in the Masai Mara. Tucked away on the border of Mara North/Lemek Conservancies right in the heart of the Mara eco-system, totally immersed in the amazing plains game wildlife.
Exciting Wildlife Encounters
Participate in a programme called ‘Warriors Academy’, where guests learn the survival skills of the revered Maasai warriors – taking part in teaching in the same way as a junior warrior learns to track animals and craft tools on the plains of the Masai Mara.
Visit local community enhancement projects as well immerse yourself into the conservation activities happening on a daily basis. These may include meeting the anti poaching security guards as well as witnessing the sniffer dogs in training, visiting the elephant corridors or even heading out and about with the local vet.
Inspiring Focus on Community
These lodges are one of the only sources of income for the nearby communities. Tourism directly supports conservation by giving back to the community who protects the beautiful land, improving their quality of life, while at the same time encouraging the purpose for conservation.