Kenya Migration Safari
A wondrous journey of discovery of Kenya's wilderness. Unravel the undisputed beauty of the Masai Mara National Reserve, marvel in awe of the grandeur of Mount Kilimanjaro and Amboseli National Park and experience the culture of Nairobi. This is Kenya at its best! The herd migrates every month in different directions and we take you to the camps that matters.
Experience Kenya's wilderness and wildlife in style
Enjoy stays in our most discerned camps and lodges
Travel in comfort and style with "Fly In Safaris"
Experience intimate and bespoke dining and exceptional game viewing
BEST MONTHS IN KENYA
July marks the beginning of the mating season as well as the beginning of the crossing of the Mara River to the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. Perfect weather conditions with little to no rainfall. This is the best time to be in the Northern Serengeti and the Masai Mara.
August sees the bulk of the migration taking place and is an undoubted phenomenon where more killing action from predators takes place. The herd are making more desperate push to migrate north to the Masai Mara and this is where confusion, chaos follows to the advantage of the lurking predators.
This is the reverse migration where the animals will migrate and return to Tanzania but most of the herd will still be in the Masai Mara area. This is a great time to be in the Masai Mara and the Northeastern Serengeti to take in all the action.
WHERE YOU SHOULD BE
Click Here To Read More The Laikipia Plateau stretches from Mount Kenya to the rim of the Great Rift Valley and is home to one of the largest population of elephants in Kenya as well as the endangered black and white rhino. A huge number of wildebeest herd will be here in August and early September as they continue to graze. This is a superb destination for continued migration safari experience as an extension from the Masai Mara.
Click Here To Read More The lush green is exactly the reason why millions of wildebeest, zebras and many other animals take on the treacherous route from Tanzania and this is where the bulk of the herds will graze from late June till October before returning back to the Serengeti.
Click Here To Read More Words cannot describe the immaculate beauty of Amboseli National Park and the nearby Chyulu Hills. With its lush green marsh set against the towering backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance, this is home to some of the most incredible population of elephants, giraffes and a good number of the migratory wildebeest. August and September provide a sensational game viewing experience as the herd prepares its return south to Tanzania in October and beyond.
OUR FEATURED CAMPS
Set amongst forests on the very edge of the Masai Mara, the intimate AndBeyond Bateleur Camp redefined the luxury safari experience to a whole new level with a high level of food quality, engaging night game drives as well as walking exploration. This is also the area where the final scene of "Out of Africa" was filmed.
Sirikoi is a spectacular game lodge set in a shady acacia grove and overlooking a natural waterhole from a mountain spring in the Laikipia Province in the Lewa Conservancy - home to a thriving population of cheetahs, rhinos and elephants. With 4 luxury tents, a 2 bedroom cottage and a private 3 bedroom house, Sirikoi offers an undisputed luxury safari experience in the path of the Great Migration.
Wedged between Kenya Tsavo East and Amboseli National Park in the heart of the Chyulu Hills is the Ol Donyo Lodge, in a remarkable place of timeless wild beauty presided over by the magnificent summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. Game rich with a healthy population of elephants, leopards, lions and the migrating herds of wildebeest, Ol Donyo Lodge is the place to be in thick of the action.
Angama Mara is a new owner-run safari lodge in the Masai Mara National Reserve located high above the floor of the Great Rift Valley overlooking the Masai Mara Plains. Each of the 30 tented suites offers an intimate luxury experience while the lodge is packed with activities to pursue such as the low-hovering hotair balloon for a different perspective in game-viewing.
To say it's remarkable is already an understatement. The Mara Plains Camp is truly one of a kind, with 7 tented suites in the private 35,000 acre Olare Motorogi Conservancy on the northern boundary of the Masai Mara National Reserve offering undisputed game viewing with superb luxury, dining and activities for the seasoned safari traveller. Without doubt, our favourite camp in all of Kenya!