Begin your 10-day Kenyan safari at Joy’s Camp in the Shaba National Reserve where you stay in a tent built on the site of conservationist and Born Free author Joy Adamson’s original camp. Aside from 4x4 game drives and intriguing walking safaris, enjoy hikes to waterfalls and along river gorges and relish in delectable bush breakfasts in the middle of the wilderness.
The next leg of your Kenyan safari takes you to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy for your stayover at Lewa Safari Camp. While on safari traversing this untamed wilderness with your expert guides you have the opportunity to encounter black rhino and Grevy’s zebra. The camp’s elegantly appointed lounge overlooks a floodlit waterhole which allows armchair game viewing, while other activities include camel-riding on the plains, flying safaris over Chalbi Desert and Lake Turkana, and fly-fishing on Lake Alice.
Your last stop is Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp within the Masai Mara National Reserve bordering the Serengeti and Loliondo reserves. The opulent east African style camp’s close proximity to the Serengeti means you are ideally placed to witness the Great Migration between May and October, when thousands of wildebeest and zebra traverse the plains in search of fresh grazing and water.