Safari Details Safari
Photos Our luxury Safari
is the most popular
Safari we offer – it is
available in 3 locations
around Africa. Choosing
a safari can often be a
especially if it’s your
first time. The luxury
safari caters for all,
with 5 star
accommodation and a
personal butler. If you
One of the most
classical pictures that
springs to mind when
thinking about a luxury
safari in Kenya is that
of ice capped
Kilimanjaro from the
Amboseli National Park.
Although the Amboseli is
seen as dry and dusty
the park is well
supported by the endless
underground water supply
that trickles through
the volcanic rock....
"The seventh greatest
wonder in the world". It
is now officially known
through out the world.
Many have come back time
and again. They have
witnessed this mass
movement of wild animals
roaming free through
unspoiled and savage
wilderness. The air
fills with the click-
click of the cameras
Safaris in the Masai Mara National Reserve
In Kenya’s south-western
reaches is the famous
Masai Mara, the stage
where in conjunction
Serengeti the most
spectacular show on
earth is played out on
the rolling plains; the
early July the first wildebeesthave reached the Mara River after exhausting the grasses of the
Serengeti. The Wildebeest then are set to brave the crocodiles that have lay in
wait for them as they cross over into Kenya’s Masai Mara National Park. Not all
of the herd cross the river - some remain in the Serengeti. Of those that make
the crossing, many, as if tempting fate, re-cross again with no apparent
reason. But the majority of the wildebeest, zebra and gazelle will reside in
the Mara until October time when they start to think of heading back.
infamous crossing of the Mara River by large numbers of the migrating herds is
elusive, rapid and unforgettable. Staying at a camp near to the Mara River
during this spectacular event is unforgettable. The wildebeest almost show a
fear of the river, it is clear that they are aware a danger lurks beneath the
surface, often you will find them milling around and hanging back contentedly.
But when they feel the time is right a sudden chaos breaks out, clambering legs
kick out everywhere as they stamp down the banks and across to the other side
en masse as there is undoubtedly safety in numbers.
is a superb location for unforgettable game drives, insightful walks with
Maasai guides and hot air
ballooningfor a bird’s eye view of
this fantastic park.
Masai Mara National Reserve is one of Africa’s most well-known attractions,
conjuring up the traditional images of what is a safari. The abundant predators
here are lions which can be seen daily on your game drives with the other
members of the Big Five encountered around every corner.
Mara River is a permanent water source for the reserve’s wild life and so even
when the last stragglers cross the river to join the main migration throng in
the Serengeti there are still large herds that remain in the Mara, making the
reserve a year round safari destination.
Mara offers a diversity of accommodation styles as well as wildlife. There are
the large lodges that introduce many to safaris in the main areas of the park
and then there are the small, exclusive tented camps, taking just ten or twelve
guests at a time and offering a personal touch that makes your safari very
special indeed, it is this type of experience that we would suggest for you.