Begin within Kenya’s Lewa Wildlife Conservancy where you stay at explorer-style tented Lewa Safari Camp, which offers excellent game viewing and guiding on the reserve’s wildlife-rich semi-desert terrain. Off-road driving on this reserve – which is home to 10 percent of Kenya’s black rhinos and more Grevy’s zebra than anywhere else in the world – ensures a wildlife experience second to none with activities such as fly-fishing and flying safaris also available.
The next leg of your Kenyan safari takes you to Elephant Pepper Camp in the Masai Mara National Reserve, where in season thousands of zebra and wildebeest migrate across the Mara plains. This eco-camp has a long-standing relationship with the local Maasai community and offers opportunities for interaction with the local people.
The last chapter of your journey finds you at the versatile resort Kinondo Kwetu at Diani Beach on Kenya’s southern coast. Aside from an array of water sports on offer, enjoy sunset horse rides on the beach, visits to a nearby Swahili village and special yoga programmes hosted by masters invited from all over the world.