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Kenya Wilderness Experience

7 days from £3215pp plus international flights.

A diverse three-centre safari in Kenya's Masai Mara, Amboseli and Ol Pejeta Reserves, staying in good quality, eco-friendly Porini camps.

From the big cats and annual migration of the Masai Mara, to the huge elephant herds of the Amboseli, and the diverse wildlife of Ol Pejeta Reserve, this safari will give you an exciting insight into the variety of Kenya's landscape and wildlife.

If you take this trip between about July and October the annual wildebeest migration should be in the Mara which gives as added special aspect to the trip, but the wildlife viewing should be excellent at most times through the year (perhaps avoiding the main rainy months of April and May).

From day one you will be met and assisted from place to place. You have on road trip from Nairobi to Amboseli, but all other main journeys are flights.

The Porini camps are excellent quality small camps. They have an authentic safari camp atmosphere, and whilst they are quite rustic, they are very comfortable. They have en-suite bathrooms with solar-power and other eco-friendly initiatives to reduce their impact on the sensitive environments they are placed within. The Masai Mara and Amboseli camps are in conservancies owned by Maasai communities who benefit from tourism. Conservation also benefits from the camps' presence as the Maasai have more reason to protect the wildlife.

The guides at the camps are knowledgeable and enthusiastic about sharing their passion for their home. You will return home with some incredible memories to treasure.

Masai walk to village


You'll be met when you arrive into Nairobi airport and transferred (shared) by road for 3-4 hours to your first safari camp, Porini Amboseli Camp. You'll be shown to your tent and will have time to relax after your journey. Time permitting you could take a game drive or visit a Maasai village for an insight into their daily lives. Your drive culminates in sundowners overlooking Kilimanjaro. Back in camp you can get to know fellow guests over a delicious dinner. You should sleep well on your first night in Kenya, ready for a busy day tomorrow. Full board  

Amboseli sundowners


You'll be woken early for breakfast before setting out for a game drive in Amboseli National Park. It's known for its concentrations of elephant, wildebeest and zebra. The safari includes a picnic lunch, but you'll be back in camp in the afternoon with time for a rest. Later, after tea, you'll travel into the Selenkay Conservancy for sundowners followed by game viewing after nightfall. A night drive offers fascinating glimpses of nocturnal wildlife, a real eye-opener. Full board 
porini rhino camp


Today you'll travel to your second Porini camp. You fly via Wilson in Nairobi to Nanyuki airstrip west of Mount Kenya. You'll be met and transferred to Porini Rhino Camp, your home for the next two nights, arriving in time for lunch. The camp is in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a big 5 destination. After tea you'll venture into the conservancy for an afternoon game drive followed by sundowners. Dinner in camp is a sociable affair, as you swap stories and experiences with fellow guests. Full board


You'll be out exploring this morning with a choice of a game drive or guided walk. The conservancy covers 90,000 acres and has diverse wildlife. It promises to be an exciting morning's game viewing. You'll be back in camp for lunch and a rest, before your afternoon activity. If you want, you can visit the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary, which is open from mid-morning to mid-afternoon. This is the only place in Kenya where you'll see chimpanzees, so for wildlife lovers this is an opportunity not to be missed. After dinner tonight you can take a drive to observe the nocturnal life of the area. Full board 
lion camp game drive


Bidding farewell to the staff at Rhino Camp you'll head back to the airstrip for the flight to the Masai Mara and the 25 minute transfer to Porini Lion Camp. The camp is in the Olare Motorogi Conservancy, bordering the world-famous Masai Mara Game Reserve, a fitting final destination for your safari. Settle in and enjoy lunch and tea before a game drive or guided walk in this wildlife-rich area. Sundowners in a specially chosen spot will round off the experience, then you'll head back for a hot shower before sitting down to dinner. Full board  

Giraffe in Mara


The morning starts with an early breakfast to make the most of the full day safari in the Masai Mara. This area is known for its big cats, but its the sheer diversity of wildlife that makes a safari here so rewarding. Be sure to have your camera to hand to document the day. You'll have a tasty picnic lunch en-route, returning back to the camp in the late afternoon. Celebrate with a chilled beer or G&T in the bar - it's been a long, and hopefully rewarding, day! Enjoy your freshly cooked three course dinner before retiring to bed in your luxury tent. Full board  
mara buffalo


If you rise early you'll have a chance to take a walk with a Maasai warrior before breakfast. Bags packed, you'll be ready for the short transfer to the airstrip and the flight back to Wilson airport in Nairobi. The trip ends here, but you could add on other experience such as some time of the beach, if you want to stay longer. Breakfast
Price & Dates

Guide price from (pp sharing): £3215 (ex. international flights)

Price notes: 

2020 guide price pp based on 2 sharing:

03 Jan - 31 Mar & 16 – 31 Oct 2020 from £3720
01 – 15 Apr & 01 Nov – 19 Dec 2020 from £3215
16 Apr – 31 May CLOSED
01 - 30 Jun 2020 from £3335
01 Jul - 30 Sep 2020 from £4795
01 - 15 Oct 2020 from £3780


Accommodation on a twin share basis; meet and greet at Nairobi airport; all transfers as per the itinerary; domestic flights from Wilson to Nanyuki, from Nanyuki to Ol Kiombo (Mara), from Ol Kiombo to Wilson (Nairobi); full board at all 3 camps including soft drinks, beer, house wine, gin & tonic and mineral water; day and night shared game drives in open 4x4 vehicles; park and conservancy fees; Maasai village visit; Chimpanzee Sanctuary visit; walks with Maasai warriors and AMREF Flying Doctors Medical Evacuation Cover.


International flights; departure taxes; visas; travel insurance; meals not specified; drinks; items of a personal nature; tips.

Getting there: 

This holiday starts and ends in Nairobi. International flights from the UK start from around £750, depending on season and availability.

Departure dates: This is a suggested itinerary which you can take at any time during the year. As it is tailor made, you can tweak this itinerary  in any way, as this is just to give you an idea of the type of safari you could enjoy using Porini Camps. 

Please note: camps are closed mid April to May. 

places you will see

places you will see

Amboseli National Park
Amboseli National Park
The vast dry plains, acacia woodland and marshes of Amboseli are home to large herds of elephants, wildebeest, zebra and impala and over 400 species of birds.
Masai Mara National Reserve
Masai Mara National Reserve
The Masai Mara National Reserve is probably one of the most famous safari and wildlife regions in the world and provides the most diverse game viewing in Kenya.
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How this holiday helps

The Porini Safari Camps are environmentally-friendly Eco-Camps that have been established in exclusive Wildlife Conservancies and are carefully managed to ensure that local communities, the environment and visitors benefit from our Conservancy concept. Communities living alongside national parks and reserves derive tangible benefits from conserving the indigenous habitat for wildlife. Visitors gain a superior safari experience in pristine, game-filled areas where the wildlife is safe and protected.

Porini Camps have each been awarded a Gold Eco-Rating by Ecotourism Kenya who promote environmental and social responsible practices within the tourism industry.

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Time: GMT +3 hours

Flight time: Flights from Europe to Nairobi take about 9 hours direct.

Language: Kiswahili and English are the official languages.

Visas: Visas are required for European passport holders.

Health: Malaria is present in most of the country. No vaccinations are compulsory, except yellow fever if coming from an infected area.



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