Views of snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, massive herds of grazing elephants, sightings of endemic Grevy’s zebra and rare black rhino, and the unending rhythm of sunrises and sunsets all await you on this 9-day sojourn through Kenya’s most beautiful wildlife areas.
You kick off in Amboseli National Park where your accommodation for two nights will be Tortilis Camp, which is near enough to the Tanzanian border to have lovely views of Kili. You will be able to explore Tortilis’s large private concession on game drives and walks, with meals and picnics being taken in its most scenic spots.
You then fly to the Lewa Safari Camp in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy for three nights. Mount Kenya looms in the distance, seeming to guard the black rhinos that make Lewa their home (the conservancy accounts for about 10 percent of the country’s total black rhino population). As a successful conservancy, Lewa reinvests all its tourism profits back into its core conservation programmes.
The final few days of your Kenyan safari are passed at the Mara North Conservancy, a wildlife-rich chunk of Africa. Your accommodation will be Elephant Pepper Camp, which has a secluded location in the heart of the bush and some of the best eco ratings in the country.