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With an abundance of prime wildlife watching opportunities, Kenya is a choice luxury safari destination for both seasoned and first-time safari-goers. Catching the annual Great Migration in the world-famous Masai Mara wildlife reserve, is arguably one of the most spectacular and sought-after nature experiences.

Seeing throngs of zebras, gazelles, wildebeests and many other creatures avoid falling prey to powerful predators is a soul-provoking spectacle not to be missed on a bespoke holiday to Kenya and other safari destinations in Africa.

For families, breakfast with endangered giraffes is always a highlight. The sight of thousands of iconic coral-pink flamingos gathering at the Rift Valley Lakes is also a precious sight to behold.

After a full day of activity, relax in the comfort of your luxury safari lodge as you soak in pools looking out over the plains, opt for a full-service spa or massage, or sleep in the open air under a sky full of stars. On your bespoke holiday to Kenya, we strive to let you experience the extraordinary – deeply stirring and personal moments shared with your treasured travelling companions.

Your bespoke holiday to Kenya in the new travel era

WONDERGOLANDER is currently designing mainly luxury safari trips to Kenya, with a minimum of seven nights. This means that you will stay in luxury lodges (4-star levels and above) with all daily scheduled activities and meals included. Lodge rooms typically come with air-conditioning, ensuite flushing toilets, indoor and outdoor showers; some lodges also offer private pools. Facilities in luxury lodges we recommend are modern and safety protocols are strictly adhered to – guests will receive a safety briefing upon check-in.

Luxury safari lodges are typically located within private concession areas and guests travelling in a family or small group enjoy their own game drive vehicle; sometimes couples may share the vehicle with up to four other guests or have the option to privatise their game drive at additional cost. Game viewing is conducted in an ethical manner and there is emphasis on respecting nature and wildlife.

Travel costs have risen significantly due to high demand and limited supply, and pricing fluctuations are not uncommon. For the best perceived value, we recommend trips to Kenya to be designed at least 6 months in advance, particularly if they involve multi-country destinations in Africa. Last-minute arrangements (120 days and under) may result in high premiums or disappointment, particularly during peak periods.

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