When thinking about a safari, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda or S0uth Africa usually come to mind

Each country has its own unique type of accommodation and special features. Today we focus on luxury safaris in Kenya.

Luxury safaris in Kenya comprise a variety of components depending on an individual’s budget. Some enjoy semi-luxury lodges where they get added value for money whilst others go for the most high end bush experience.

In my opinion the best safari lodges in Kenya should comprise of:

1-A comfortable bed - because who doesn’t need a comfortable bed to soothe away the the tired muscles from you day long Safari.

2-Hot shower - who doesn’t need a hot shower after a long dusty day in the bush?

3-Good food - because food is my number one place to go to after checking the bathrooms of a place I am going to stay in.

4-Some sort of internet connectivity - how else will I post all the adventures I am experiencing right?

5-Would you consider dining under the stars a luxury?? I certainly would, because there is never a sky filled with start such as a African sky on a clear night, which is most nights in The Maasai Mara.

These are but just a few of the amenities I would want to see in a safari lodge or safari camp that I would be spending time in.

Luxury safaris in Kenya need not be expensive neither pocket breaking, you can actually have a luxury safari without breaking your bank to that extent. If you are looking for an affordable Maasai Mara luxury safari for example, you can contact the camps directly - they are more than capable of picking you directly from the airport when you land, to take you to the camp at an affordable rate, and then avail to you vehicles from their camp to go on game drives with your local driver guide and some camps actually have an all inclusive package that includes drinks and game drives in addition to the meals and room.

Many would wonder, when the best time to visit The Maasai Mara is?? Usually late June to early October is the best time especially if you would want to have a chance to witness part of the great migration, however, there is great wildlife viewing all year round.

A luxury safari in Maasai Mara is able to let you go home with memories to last you a life time.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

We recommend that you stay for a minimum of 4 days and 3 nights at the Masai Mara. This will give you enough time to enjoy four game drives and some rest after your long flight from home.
You can enter into Masai Mara with the gates that open at 6 a.m. and close at 6 p.m.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the most famous and important wildlife conservation areas in Africa, world-renowned for its exceptional populations of lion, African leopard, cheetah, and African bush elephant.