9 days from $7,587 per person*
  • Get up close to the elephants of Amboseli National Park.
  • Search for wildlife in Lewa Conservancy on game drives.
  • Discover the wildlife of the Masai Mara with expert tracking guide.
  • Private transfers throughout.
  • Featuring luxury safari camps.
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Kenya is a land that will captivate your heart, stir your soul, and inspire your mind. Experience the treasures of Nairobi, Amboseli, Lewa Conservancy and Masai Mara in true luxury.

Dive into Kenya’s extraordinary natural wonders on this exclusive journey, and prepare to be permanently altered. Roam world-class national parks in your 4X4, on foot or atop a camel in search of the Big 5 game animals. Track majestic lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo and leopard for incredible face-to-face encounters with nature’s most prolific beasts. In the evenings, relax in award-winning exclusive tented camps and lodges that offer an unparalleled level of opulence and comfort.

With your expert guide, discover Amboseli National Park, famous for being the best place in Africa to get close to free-ranging elephants, and enjoy spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro. In Lewa visit the spectacular Mugie Rhino sanctuary. Make your way to the famed Masai Mara Reserve, one of the greatest wildlife destinations on the continent, for a chance to glimpse Thompson’s gazelles, bat-eared foxes, zebras and giraffe. Enjoy an exclusive hot air balloon ride over the Mara and catch breathtaking views from above. This tour is tailor-made for you. ... Show More »

This trip offers unparalleled game viewing with evening relaxation in excellent quality tented camps and game lodges. Kensington Tours offers local support in each region you visit, another reason we deliver unbeatable value. Enjoy a personalized vacation that best suits your needs, developed by one of our experienced destination experts. Relax during your trip with our 24/7 support and expert local guidance « Show Less

Day
Activities Hotel & Meals
Hotel & Meals
  • Day 1 Nairobi
    Nairobi
    • VIP Meet and Greet - Assist
    • Emergency Evacuation Insurance - Plane
    • Transfer - Private - Airport - Vehicle/Driver(6)
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 2 Nairobi to Amboseli
    Nairobi to Amboseli
    • Nairobi - Amboseli [4 Hour Drive] - 4X4 - Kenya(6)
    • Park Fees - Amboseli
    • Afternoon Game Drive
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 3 Amboseli
    Amboseli
    • Morning Game Drive - Elephants - 4X4 - Kenya(6)
    • Park Fees - Amboseli
    • Afternoon Game Drive
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 4 Amboseli to Nairobi to Lewa Conservancy
    Amboseli to Nairobi to Lewa Conservancy
    • Game Drive & Airport Drop Off - 4X4 - Kenya(6)
    • Amboseli - Nairobi [Direct (45mins)] - Economy - SL
    • Nairobi - Lewa Conservancy [Direct (1hr) ] - Economy - SL
    • Park Fees - Lewa
    • Game Drives
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 5 Lewa Conservancy
    Lewa Conservancy
    • Borana Optional Activities
    • Park Fees - Lewa
    • Game Drives
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 6 Lewa Conservancy to Masai Mara
    Lewa Conservancy to Masai Mara
    • Transfer - Lodge Airport Transfer
    • Lewa Conservancy - Masai Mara [Direct (1.5 hrs)] - Economy - SL
    • Transfer - Lodge Airport Transfer
    • Park Fees - Masai Mara
    • Tour - Shared - Afternoon Game Drive - Elephants
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 7 Masai Mara
    Masai Mara
    • Tour - Shared - Morning Game Drive
    • Optional activities
    • Tour - Shared - Afternoon Game Drive - Giraffe
    • Park Fees - Masai Mara
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 8 Masai Mara
    Masai Mara
    • Tour - Shared - Morning Game Drive - Leopard
    • Tour - Shared - Afternoon Game Drive - Lions
    • Park Fees - Masai Mara
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 9 Masai Mara to Nairobi
    Masai Mara to Nairobi
    • Transfer - Lodge Airport Transfer
    • Masai Mara - Nairobi [Direct (45mins)] - Economy - SL
    • Transfer - Private - Airport - Vehicle/Driver(6)
    • Airport Transit Package with Dinner - Dinner & Driver
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Day 1: Nairobi

Upon arrival into Nairobi, Kenya you will be met inside the airport by a professional airport assistant upon disembarking your flight. You will then be escorted through passport control, assisted with immigration and baggage reclaim, and on to your waiting transport for your onward journey.


This is a concierge service designed to take care of all airport formalities so you can look forward to a completely stress-free airport experience.

While you are in the care of Kensington Tours, your safety and security are our number one priority. As such, in the unlikely event of serious illness or injury, all Kensington Tours clients are covered by “Flying Doctors” Insurance policy. This emergency evacuation insurance covers the cost of the evacuation flight back to Nairobi for treatment.  This insurance policy however DOES NOT cover the cost of any medical treatment received. We highly recommend travel insurance for full coverage.

A privately driven vehicle will provide you with a transfer between the hotel and airport. After your guide has loaded up your luggage you will be driven through Nairobi admiring some of the sights (time permitting). Your guide will brief you on your itinerary en-route.

Accommodation: Giraffe Manor

Set in 140 acres of grounds and a half hour from the centre of Nairobi, Kenya, the charming Giraffe Manor is home to a number of animals, including its namesake, and numerous warthogs, Bush Bucks, and birds. The 6 rooms with bathroom are comfortably furnished, carrying an air of old world chic. One of the rooms is furnished in the style favored by famous author Karen Blixen, who wrote about Africa. Dining is taken with the rest of the boarders, but in a very intimate fashion where the hosts join guests and all are seated around the table by candlelight and wine. Some meals, the giraffes are invited to join. They’re known to poke their heads in for a bite. The Manor offers transportation to all sorts of tourist spots. Nearby, there is also an elephant sanctuary to visit.

Wildlife of Nairobi
Wildlife of Nairobi
The Giraffe Manor
The Giraffe Manor

Day 2: Nairobi - Amboseli

Sweeping across the Kenya-Tanzania border, the savannah grassland of Amboseli National Park is your playground for the day.  This morning you’ll meet with your guide and set out into the park for a chance to share the terrain with some of the world’s most elusive animals.  You have the option to do your game viewing either before or after check-in, so call upon the knowledge of your expert guide for their recommendation based on your arrival time and park hours.

This afternoon you’ll meet with your guide and head into Amboseli National Park.  The park is famous for being the best place in Africa to get close to free-ranging elephants among other wildlife species, and its other attractions include opportunities to meet the Masai Tribe’s people.  On a clear day, you’ll also have spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world.

Accommodation: Tawi Lodge

Tawi Lodge is located on a private conservancy of 6,000 acres just five minutes from Kimana Gate, the eastern entrance to Amboseli National Park, at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s largest free-standing mountain. The lodge is an Eco-friendly operation, which takes maximum care of the environment and its people. It consists of 12 cottages ideally located on bush land facing Kilimanjaro and offers a bio-pool.

Amboseli
Amboseli
Tawi Lodge
Tawi Lodge

Day 3: Amboseli

This morning you will meet up with your guide for your game drive through Amboseli Park which is famous for its great herds of Elephants. The African elephants are distinguished from Asian elephants in several ways, the most noticeable being their ears which are much larger. The African elephant is typically larger than the Asian elephant and has a concave back. Both African males and females have external tusks and are usually less hairy than their Asian cousins. The elephant's gestation period is 22 months, the longest of any land animal. At birth it is common for an elephant calf to weigh 120 kilograms (260 lb).

This afternoon you’ll meet with your guide and head into Amboseli National Park.  The park is famous for being the best place in Africa to get close to free-ranging elephants among other wildlife species, and its other attractions include opportunities to meet the Masai Tribe’s people.  On a clear day, you’ll also have spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world.

Accommodation: Tawi Lodge
Elephants
Elephants
Elephant March
Elephant March

Day 4: Amboseli - Nairobi - Lewa Conservancy

If time allows, your expert guide will be fitting in one more game drive before dropping you off at the airstrip. It will be your last chance to see the park's diverse range of animals.

Sit back and relax during this short flight departing the Amboseli Airport to Wilson Airport in Nairobi, Kenya today. The flight duration is approximately 45 minutes. On all services the luggage allowance is 15 kilos in soft bags. This allowance shall include all hand baggage.

Take your flight from Nairobi to Lewa Downs today. The flight duration is approximately 1 hr.  On all services the luggage allowance is 15 kilos in soft bags. This allowance shall include all hand baggage.

Fantastic views of distant mountain ranges and a beautiful backdrop of snow-capped Mount Kenya provide a perfect setting for game drives and bush walks.

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy has a huge variety of wildlife with over 70 different species of mammal. There are roughly equal numbers of black and white rhino – at the latest count there were 65 black and 46 white. The world's largest concentration of the endangered Grevy zebra resides on Lewa as well as elephant, buffalo, greater kudu, oryx, lion, leopard and cheetah amongst many other mammal species.

The Conservancy is teeming with birdlife with over 350 species across the diverse topography which includes rolling open plains, hills and kopjes, thick forest, valleys, escarpments, wetlands and rivers.

Accommodation: Borana Lodge

With snow-tipped peaks and glaciers of Mount Kenya to the south and a panorama of mountains and desert to the north, Borana Lodge provides an idyllic setting for any African experience. Borana takes its name from the native Boran cattle farmed on these arid grasslands. Borana Lodge luxury cottages are on their own private ranch in Northern Kenya on the Laikipia plateau. Each cottage is comfortable and cozy with unique stylings featuring fireplaces, private verandas, and view over the Samangua Valley and Lake where elephants love to swim.  The sitting and dining rooms are within the main lodge. Log fires, rosewood tables, and snug sofas create the atmosphere for entertaining evenings. A stunning horizon pool is ideal for relaxing around with lunchtime Pimms. Overlooking a waterhole frequented by elephant, buffalo and other herbivores, this is an excellent place to catch a glimpse of the endangered Hunting Dogs otherwise known as the Painted Wolves.

Lewa Conservancy
Lewa Conservancy
Borana Lodge
Borana Lodge

Day 5: Lewa Conservancy

Come to Borana and draw on the Dyer’s knowledge of this magical land to create the ultimate safari experience. Or just relax in the luxury and harmonious comfort. During your stay enjoy day and night time game drives, guided bush walks, mountain biking, horseback riding safaris, visit the lodge's ranch, sign up for cultural tours, biplane safari, quad biking and more. Since Borana is a private property, there is guaranteed exclusivity, making every aspect of the safari experience personal, peaceful and uninterrupted. Other activities include fishing, rock climbing or even paragliding, make the suggestion and staff will try to make it happen.

If you would like to give something back to the community during your stay, simply speak to the staff. Borana directly contributes to several health, education, and environmental projects such as: Laikipia Wildlife Forum, Seven Elephants Tree Nursery, Borana Mobile Clinic, Education Support Programme, Borana Forestry Project, and Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

Fantastic views of distant mountain ranges and a beautiful backdrop of snow-capped Mount Kenya provide a perfect setting for game drives and bush walks.

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy has a huge variety of wildlife with over 70 different species of mammal. There are roughly equal numbers of black and white rhino – at the latest count there were 65 black and 46 white. The world's largest concentration of the endangered Grevy zebra resides on Lewa as well as elephant, buffalo, greater kudu, oryx, lion, leopard and cheetah amongst many other mammal species.

The Conservancy is teeming with birdlife with over 350 species across the diverse topography which includes rolling open plains, hills and kopjes, thick forest, valleys, escarpments, wetlands and rivers.

Accommodation: Borana Lodge
Horseback Safari
Horseback Safari

Day 6: Lewa Conservancy - Masai Mara

A representative from your lodge will pick you up and transfer you between the lodge and airstrip.

Take this scheduled flight from Lewa Conservancy to Masai Mara.  This flight takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. On all services the luggage allowance is 15 kilos in soft bags. This allowance shall include all hand baggage.

A representative from your lodge will pick you up and transfer you between the lodge and airstrip.

Head out in the afternoon on a game drive with others at the lodge. As the sun descends and the plains begin to cool, game emerges from the shelter of the shade and becomes more active. See if you can spot a herd of elephants as they approach watering holes and rivers to cool down with a drink and mud bath.


Elephants are the largest living land animals on Earth today. When pregnant, an elephant's gestation period is 22 months, the longest of any land animal. At birth, an elephant calf typically weighs 105 kilograms (230 lb)! They typically live for 50 to 70 years, but the oldest recorded elephant lived to the age of 82. The smallest elephants, about the size of a calf or a large pig, were a prehistoric species that lived on the island of Crete. Aristotle once said the elephant was "the beast which passeth all others in wit and mind." The word "elephant" has its origins in the Greek word ἐλέφας, meaning "ivory" or "elephant". Today African elephants are the largest of their species. Healthy adult elephants have no natural predators, although lions may take calves or weak individuals. They are, however, threatened by human intrusion and poaching.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Olonana

Sanctuary Olonana is an award-winning tented camp on a private stretch of the Mara River, at the foot of the impressive Siria Escarpment. Located close to the border of Tanzania, the game concentration is high and during the annual wildebeest migration, the action happens right on the camp's doorstep. This small and exclusive camp was built along sustainable lines, along with the Sanctuary's innovative wetlands and tree-planting projects, which have earned it a silver award from Ecotourism Kenya.  The camp has a library, a pool, and even an organic garden where much of the food served in camp is grown. Don’t forget the mini spa, where guests can experience traditional African remedies alongside French marine therapies from Thalgo.

Masai
Masai
Dining
Dining

Day 7: Masai Mara

Today you will set out on an early morning game drive with your expert guide and others from your lodge. The Masai Mara is home to a diverse range of animals. The park is home to the Big Five (Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard) and numerous other species including Thomson's and Grant's Gazelles, Impalas, Topics, Hartebeest, Zebra and Masai Giraffe. It's also home to over 450 species of birdlife; among them are vultures, marabou storks, secretary birds, hornbills, crowned cranes, ostriches, long-crested eagles and African pygmy-falcons.

Sign up for optional activities (not included in tour price); guided nature walk, hot air balloon ride, cultural tours and more. You can also arrange to volunteer for the day at Mara West and pay any associated fees directly on-site. Volunteer activities range from individual to community projects.

This afternoon, head out on an exciting game drive with your guide and others from your lodge. Today keep your eyes open for giraffe.


The giraffe is the tallest living terrestrial animal in the world. Its specific name refers to its camel-like face and patches of color on a light background, which bears a vague resemblance to a leopard's spots. The giraffe is also noted for its extremely long neck and legs and prominent horns. It stands 5–6 m (16–20 f) tall and has an average weight of 1,200 kg (2,600 lb) for males and 830 kg (1,800 lb) for females. The giraffe's scattered range extends from Chad in the north to South Africa in the south and from Niger in the west to Somalia in the east. Giraffes usually inhabit savannas, grasslands, and open woodlands. They prefer areas with plenty of acacia trees, which are important food sources, and can browse at heights that most other herbivores cannot reach. While adults are nearly invulnerable to predation, lions, leopards, spotted hyenas and wild dogs prey on baby calves. Giraffes commonly gather together to eat or socialize for a few hours and then roam off to graze separately. Males establish social hierarchies through "neckings," which are combat bouts where the neck is used as a weapon and they butt their necks against each other. Dominant males gain mating access to females, who bear the sole responsibility for raising the young.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Olonana
Lion
Lion
Masai Mara Balloon
Masai Mara Balloon

Day 8: Masai Mara

Early this morning you will meet up with others at the lodge for your game drive. Today, see if you can spot the elusive leopard.

The smallest of the four "big cats," the leopard was once distributed across eastern and southern Asia and Africa, from Siberia to South Africa, but its range of distribution has decreased radically because of hunting and loss of habitat. It is now chiefly found in sub-Saharan Africa. Due to its declining range and population, it is listed as a "Near Threatened" species. Compared to other members of the Felidae family, the leopard has relatively short legs and a long body with a large skull. It is similar in appearance to the jaguar, but is smaller and more slightly built. The species' success in the wild is in part due to its opportunistic hunting behavior, its adaptability to various habitats, its ability to run at speeds approaching 58 kilometres per hour (36 mph), its unequaled ability to climb trees even when carrying a heavy carcass, and its notorious ability for stealth. The leopard consumes virtually any animal that it can hunt down and catch. These stealthy animals are one of the prized sightings you may see in Masai Mara

Your expert guide will meet you and other guests at your lodge for an afternoon game viewing drive in and around the Masai Mara. See if you can spot lions in the park today. Lions live for 10-14 years in the wild. They typically inhabit savannah and grassland, although they may take to bush and forest. Lions are unusually social compared to other cats. A pride of lions consists of related females and offspring and a small number of adult males. Groups of female lions typically hunt together. Highly distinctive, the male lion is easily recognised by its mane, and its face is one of the most widely recognised animal symbols in human culture.


The lion (Panthera leo) is one of the four big cats, 3 of which are found in Africa - lion, leopard, cheetah. With some males exceeding 250 kg (550 lb) in weight, lions are the second-largest living cat after the tiger. Until about 10,000 years ago, the lion was the most widespread large land mammal after humans. They were found in most of Africa, across Eurasia from Western Europe to India, and in the Americas from the Yukon to Peru. However, the lion is a vulnerable species, having seen a possibly irreversible population decline of thirty to fifty percent over the past two decades in its African range. Outside of designated reserves and national parks, you will rarely, if ever, see a lion. Although the cause of the decline is not fully understood, habitat loss and conflicts with humans are currently the greatest causes of concern. Reserves have helped to boost the lion population and help to bring back their numbers.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Olonana
Leopard
Leopard
Lion Cubs: The Prince's of Masai Mara
Lion Cubs: The Prince's of Masai Mara

Day 9: Masai Mara - Nairobi

A representative from your lodge will pick you up and transfer you between the lodge and airstrip.

This short domestic flight departs from Masai Mara and arrives at Wilson Airport in Nairoba, Kenya today. The flight duration is approximately 45 minutes. On all services, the luggage allowance is 15 kilos in soft bags. This allowance shall include all hand baggage.

A privately driven vehicle will provide you with a transfer between the hotel and airport. After your guide has loaded up your luggage you will be driven through Nairobi admiring some of the sights (time permitting). Your guide will brief you on your itinerary en-route.

Enjoy the following airport transit package during you stay at Palacina. This includes a meet and greet at the airport, and transfers with uniformed chauffeurs in air-conditioned vehicles.

Arrive at Palacina's Moonflower Restaurant and Lounge for a three-course a'la carte meal including one beverage. Consistently rated among the top dining establishments in Nairobi, The Moonflower embodies the finest of Kenyan cuisine and hospitality. Take advantage of the complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi internet, air-conditioned lounge, high-tea with freshly baked pastries, use of the swimming pool and fitness room, and shower facilities. High Tea service is served daily from 3:30pm to 6pm. Available amenities include bath rope, slippers, dental kit, soap, shampoo, shower cap, body lotion, and shaving kit. Massage and beauty treatments as well as Nairobi excursions are possible (chargeable direct). If staff have a suite available they will offer it to you at no extra cost (Status confirmable 7 days prior to arrival).

Accommodation:
High Tea in Lounge Area
High Tea in Lounge Area
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Trip Terms & Conditions

  • Your deposit is due immediately on booking (30% of program price, minimum $350). The balance is due 90 days prior to departure.
  • Cancellations of confirmed bookings 90 days or more prior to departure will receive full refund minus a $350 (per person) administrative fee and any non-refundable paid fees (e.g. non-refundable airfare, cruise or hotel deposits). 60-89 days will be subject to loss of 30% of program price. 30-59 days will be subject to loss of 50% of program price. 29 days or less will be subject to loss of 100% of program price.
  • Tour quotes do not include airfare to/from the trip start point unless noted on the itinerary
  • Cost increases in currency exchange, government fees, taxes, surcharges or hotel/lodge tariff increases between quote date and start date are payable by the client.
  • Availability cannot be guaranteed until booked. We will exercise best efforts to book hotels per the itinerary, however, in busy seasons and with client bookings made within 90 days of tour date we may be forced to offer substitutes.
  • Payment of the program price constitutes your acceptance of the terms and conditions set out at www.kensingtontours.com/terms-and-conditions
  • Living Standards and practices at destination may differ from those in North America with respect to provisions of utilities, services and accommodation.

Giraffe Manor: Nairobi

Set in 140 acres of grounds and a half hour from the centre of Nairobi, Kenya, the charming Giraffe Manor is home to a number of animals, including its namesake, and numerous warthogs, Bush Bucks, and birds. The 6 rooms with bathroom are comfortably furnished, carrying an air of old world chic. One of the rooms is furnished in the style favored by famous author Karen Blixen, who wrote about Africa. Dining is taken with the rest of the boarders, but in a very intimate fashion where the hosts join guests and all are seated around the table by candlelight and wine. Some meals, the giraffes are invited to join. They’re known to poke their heads in for a bite. The Manor offers transportation to all sorts of tourist spots. Nearby, there is also an elephant sanctuary to visit.

The Giraffe Manor
The Giraffe Manor
A visitor in your window!
A visitor in your window!

Tawi Lodge: Amboseli

Tawi Lodge is located on a private conservancy of 6,000 acres just five minutes from Kimana Gate, the eastern entrance to Amboseli National Park, at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s largest free-standing mountain. The lodge is an Eco-friendly operation, which takes maximum care of the environment and its people. It consists of 12 cottages ideally located on bush land facing Kilimanjaro and offers a bio-pool.

Tawi Lodge
Tawi Lodge

Borana Lodge: Lewa Conservancy

With snow-tipped peaks and glaciers of Mount Kenya to the south and a panorama of mountains and desert to the north, Borana Lodge provides an idyllic setting for any African experience. Borana takes its name from the native Boran cattle farmed on these arid grasslands. Borana Lodge luxury cottages are on their own private ranch in Northern Kenya on the Laikipia plateau. Each cottage is comfortable and cozy with unique stylings featuring fireplaces, private verandas, and view over the Samangua Valley and Lake where elephants love to swim.  The sitting and dining rooms are within the main lodge. Log fires, rosewood tables, and snug sofas create the atmosphere for entertaining evenings. A stunning horizon pool is ideal for relaxing around with lunchtime Pimms. Overlooking a waterhole frequented by elephant, buffalo and other herbivores, this is an excellent place to catch a glimpse of the endangered Hunting Dogs otherwise known as the Painted Wolves.

Borana Lodge
Borana Lodge
Landscape
Landscape

Sanctuary Olonana: Masai Mara

Sanctuary Olonana is an award-winning tented camp on a private stretch of the Mara River, at the foot of the impressive Siria Escarpment. Located close to the border of Tanzania, the game concentration is high and during the annual wildebeest migration, the action happens right on the camp's doorstep. This small and exclusive camp was built along sustainable lines, along with the Sanctuary's innovative wetlands and tree-planting projects, which have earned it a silver award from Ecotourism Kenya.  The camp has a library, a pool, and even an organic garden where much of the food served in camp is grown. Don’t forget the mini spa, where guests can experience traditional African remedies alongside French marine therapies from Thalgo.

Dining
Dining
View from Olonana
View from Olonana
We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
  • David C. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    We were very pleased with the accommodation, our tour guide, the tour bus and all other aspects of Kensington's tour in Morocco. Well done!

  • Kristin S. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    It was an awesome trip to Africa! Seamless! Lovely people from the moment of booking until I arrive home. Have recommended you to everyone I know. Thank you for two back to back vacations to South America & Africa ??

  • George L. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    The service at Kanana Camp was outstanding, in fact the best I've received anywhere. What a wonderful group of warm, friendly and helpful people. Staff at Islands of Siankoba, Ngoma Safari Lodge, and Kirkman's Kamp were all excellent.

  • Jenny V. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    Our trip to Africa was FABULOUS!! I don't often use travel consultants when traveling, but am so happy I did for a trip of this magnitude. Dervla was helpful, prompt and patient while planning. I'm terrible as responding to things, and she was always so nice even though I always took a long time to respond. The hotels were amazing - especially Ngoma Safari Lodge in Botswana. Our private guides and transfers were all on time, friendly and knowledgeable. Every single detail was perfect. I also must say that after our trip, I feel that the cost was very reasonable for the service we received and what was included in the trip. Great value! I would certainly use Kensington Travel again for other special or remote trips! Just amazing!

  • Lynne G. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    We had an exceptional experience & felt safe every step of the way.

  • Jeri E. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    The expertise, helpfulness and friendliness of our guide Daniel was beyond what we expected; as well as Sarah, the person who helped us make our arrangements and the staff in the Nairobi office. Top notch. We would travel with Kensington anytime.

  • Elliot J. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    I can't say enough great things about the travel experience with Kensington. From initial contact, planning, departure and the entire tour/vacation we were 110% pleased. Obviously you guys do your homework as the in-country contacts, driver/transfers, lodges and itinerary were all beyond our expectations. Every detail was attended to, had not one glitch which I know when traveling is not always the case and sometimes unavoidable. I can strongly recommend Kensington after my experience and also the Wildlife Tracker tour they planned for us. Amazing!

  • Jeremy C. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    This was my trip of a lifetime. I've used Kensington for all my travels around the world as a single traveler and they constantly know how to cater to my fine tastes and pay attention to the details.

  • Jane C. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    We loved our trip, the guides, and the total experience. We loved all of the individual attention we received and felt the guide and driver were informed, helpful and professional.

  • Jackie U. — May 19, 2016 — Africa

    Awesome experience! Amazing accommodations! The tour guides are extremely knowledgeable about the history and culture of their country. Most of them had a PhD degree.

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