Kenya family safari takes you to family friendly parks and reserves that have every one’s interest in the family fulfilled. Accommodation is comfortable and ideal for the family. The tour major activity is game viewing, other activities include walks in breadth taking sceneries, boat rides, bird watching and cultural visits.
Mount Kenya is breath taking with captivating sceneries of meandering valleys, ranges, forest and the mountain it self. The lower slopes of Mt. Kenya offer opportunity to under take activities such as walk, horse riding, fishing and bird watching.
In Kenya’s semi-arid, rugged northern region lies the Samburu Game Reserve, a small oasis that is home to many rare wildlife which includes Grevy’s zebras, long-necked gerenuk antelopes, Somali ostriches and reticulated giraffes.
The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a 90,000-acre none profit wildlife conservancy in the Laikipia District of central Kenya. The Conservancy boasts the largest sanctuary for black rhinos in East Africa, provides a sanctuary for great apes and is host to the ‘big five’ among a large selection of other African animals. The Conservancy also operates a successful cattle program that is integrated with the local wildlife.
Lake Naivasha is one of the Great Rift Valley lakes and lies at the highest elevation of all the lakes in the valley standing at 1,890 metres. Boating at the lake provides opportunity to view schools of hippos and abundant bird life.
The world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve is the best game-viewing park in Kenya. It has been voted two years consecutively as the best game reserve in Africa at the world travel awards.The “Big Five” (lions, leopards, buffaloes, elephants and rhinos) may be spotted here, and more than a million wildebeests and zebras migrate annually to Masai Mara from the parched Serengeti plains of neighboring Tanzania (The Great Migration).
They camp at the river bank for weeks just waiting for one of them to have the courage to jump into the river and cross over and they all follow suit. The river is infested with crocodiles where many wildebeest perish and also big cats place themselves strategically so that they can pounce on young and weak wildebeest and make a kill. You can also opt to visit a Masai village, where you can interact with local cattle-herders.
Contact us today for a customized Kenya family safari itinerary that can meet your family needs. While game viewing we facilitate travel by 4×4 safari vans or 4×4 land cruisers. Talk to us and begin the journey to your dream Kenyan holiday.
Family Safari Itinerary
Arrival – Nairobi
A representative from Kenyan epic safaris will meet you at the airport and transfer to the hotel, once at the hotel you will be assisted to check into your respective rooms. If time allows depending with the arrival time you will have a city tour and excursion to daphyn sheldrick, giraffe centre and karen blixen. Over night at Sarova Stanley Hotel.
- Transport in a custom 4×4 safari minibus with pop up roof.
- All park entrance fees.
- Meals as described in the itinerary.
- Services of an English speaking hiking guide.
- Complimentary Bottled water 1 Litre per person per day.
- All government taxes.
Mount Kenya offers accommodation in form of a tree hotel. Mountain lodge is cool, tranquil and hushed for optimum game-sightings. The open-air viewing-deck looks down on to its own water hole and salt-lick, which attracts numerous herds of elephant and buffalo.
Amenities include Bar with central fireplace and viewing deck, Gift shop and business centre, Bush breakfast, Bush lunch and Dinner at the Rooftop, Massages, facials, pedicures, manicures, Board games and library of Africana books.
Parks & Reserves
Samburu game reserve is the most popular parks of the northern frontier fauna sanctuaries. The game park occupies an area of 165 km2. The driving distance from Nairobi is 350 km and 65km from Isiolo town to achers post gate.
The park lies on the northern bank of Uaso Nyiro River, the river serves as the only source of water without which the game in the reserve could not survive in the arid country.
- Do not Litter the reserve/park.
- Do not feed the animals, i.e. monkeys or baboons.
- Do give the animals the right of way and do not disturb wildlife.
- Do not take any plant or animals remains, dead or alive.
- Do not start fires or throw cigarettes in the reserve.
- Do stay in your vehicle except at designated viewing points.
- Do not shout, laugh loudly, play radio or cassettes as this will keep away the animals.
- Do not provoke any animals its dangerous.