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Why choose Kenya for your family safari?

 
Choosing the right country is the starting point in creating the perfect luxury safari for your family. You’ll want to know about the seasons, wildlife and how you will travel in-country. On safari in Kenya, you can expect exciting game viewing, a range of activities, privacy and the chance to engage with local cultures. Call us and we will listen carefully, making sure that we start with the right country. We’ve set out here some of the features of a Kenya safari.
Family arrival for safari in Kenya

Travelling and the Seasons

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Game drive with teenager near lions

Travelling and the Seasons

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Wildebeest herd and giraffes Masai mara

Travelling and the Seasons

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When Africa Exclusive arranges your Kenya safari, we make it easy to get around. Many of the exclusive lodges that we use are accessed by small planes so you won’t have to endure long, bumpy road journeys. Kenya is eight hours from London and if you fly overnight we can have you on safari just a few hours after you land. There are also direct flights from the USA. The rains fall mainly in April, May and November. From July to September the wildebeest migration passes through the Masai Mara, so it’s ideal for a holiday in our summer months.
Leopard and cub in Masai Mara

Kenya's Wildlife and Landscapes

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Game drive near Mount Kilimanjaro

Kenya's Wildlife and Landscapes

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Rhino and calf Laikipia

Kenya's Wildlife and Landscapes

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Kenya has an incredible density of wildlife and a great variety of species. Even if you travel when the migration is not passing, there is still plenty to see including lots of big cats. It also has iconic African scenery like the plains of the Masai Mara, volcanic hills, the rift valley and views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Kenya also has a beautiful coastline, so your safari can easily be combined with some time at the beach.
Cottar's 1920s Safari Camp family tent interior

Exclusive family safari lodges

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Girl riding with Maasai in Kenya

Exclusive family safari lodges

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Pool with view Cottar's bush villa

Exclusive family safari lodges

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Horse riding safari near giraffe Kenya

Exclusive family safari lodges

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Although Kenya is a popular place to visit, we can arrange for you to avoid the crowds by staying in small, exclusive camps and lodges on private reserves. This even applies in the Masai Mara. A big advantage of these places is that you are free to explore in all kinds of ways: driving, walking, riding, and even mountain biking with expert guides. See some of our favourite family lodges and camps here.
Boy learning about Maasai ceremony

Join in conservation and meet the people

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Rhino tracking conservation briefing with anti-poaching rangers

Join in conservation and meet the people

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Primary school visit with children from Naboisho Camp

Join in conservation and meet the people

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Many of these exclusive lodges are active in conservation and protecting endangered species. Kenya is one of the best countries to see conservation in action; a heart-warming and educational experience for the children. Most private camps and lodges we recommend also operate in partnership with local communities and for children, meeting other families in the local Samburu and Maasai villages are often some of their most enduring memories.
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