16th - 23rd of August
The magic of Kenya
Dear All, I am delighted to share your wonderful Kenyan safari this August. It will be a fabulous family trip - fun for everyone. Including breakfast with the giraffes at Giraffe Manor, riding camels along the Ewaso River and watching the lion cubs play in the Mara.
I can't wait to hear your thoughts.
Breakfast with the Giraffes
Huge herds of Elephants
7 nights of luxury accommodation
All meals, drinks and shared activities
Internal flights and transfers
Per person 20kgs in soft luggage
Traditional afternoon tea at the manor is a delightful occasion not to be missed. Relax in the tranquil gardens with a giraffe or two in view, as you enjoy a tasty assortment of cookies, cakes, sandwiches, scones and fruit platters.
Sitting down to breakfast with giraffes is certainly a unique experience. You’ll either have breakfast in the main manor or in the Garden Manor breakfast room, depending on where you are staying. Their long tongues won’t be after your breakfast though, but rather dried pellets of grass, molasses and corn.
In Kenya’s rugged north, the Ewaso Nyiro River gives life to both wildlife and cattle of the pastoralist Samburu who give their name to this region. Staying at a lodge owned in partnership with these people, head out on game drives and walking safaris in search of lion, leopard, cheetah and elephant as well as species only found in northern Kenya such as Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich and the gerenuk antelope.
But the real draw here is a chance to learn about Samburu culture, joining them on camel rides and visiting the home villages of your guides for a genuine personal insight into life here. The sundowners are spectacular too.
Discover one of Africa’s most important conservation and wilderness areas. The Maasai Mara hosts an astounding diversity and density of wildlife year-round, especially lions, leopards, cheetahs and elephants. Between July and October, millions of wildebeests and zebras cross from the Serengeti in Tanzania to create an awe-inspiring natural spectacle known as the Great Migration.
Based out of a safari camp on a community-owned conservancy, you’ll get to enjoy game drives without the national park’s crowds, as well as enjoying the freedom to explore on guided safari walks and night excursions to spot nocturnal species. It also means you are directly supporting local communities and conservation through your stay, and get to meet the Maasai who are sharing their land with you.
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