Welcome to Kenya Safari Lodges

Visiting Kenya Safari Lodges is possibly the most unique and special wildlife safari experience in the world.

Kenya is the world’s original safari destination – think “Out of Africa” of colonial times.

When you are looking for the best luxury safari lodges in Kenya, you might think that you have your job cut out for you.

However, East Africa and Kenya have many ultra-luxurious safari lodges and hotel options – from luxury safari lodges to adventurous camps in the wild.

Where else can you enjoy a truly phenomenal wildlife safari, relax on a tropical palm-fringed white sandy beach and experience timeless ethnic tribal cultures which have somehow managed to remain unchanged – the answer is always Kenya!

With Kenya Safari Lodges there is such a massive choice of national parks and private concessions safari areas in Kenya that the discerning guest can admire breathtaking scenery and dense game populations in peaceful surroundings.

Kenya is probably best known for its part of the annual Great Migration – one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.

Sharing a border with Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, the iconic Maasai Mara National Reserve is Kenya’s most famous safari destination – and it’s got the wildlife to back up its reputation.

Below you will find a handful of Kenya Safari Lodges pick of the best safari parks and concessions.

The Great Migration in Kenya:

One of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.

Millions of wildebeest and zebra head for the lush plains of the Masai Mara in April each year.

The journey takes them across approximately 1900 miles and the most spectacular part of their journey is the river crossings where constant danger lurks in the form of lions and crocs.

You can witness this spectacle if you happen to visit the Mara between July and October of each year.

Masai Mara National Reserve Safari Lodges:

The Masai Mara National Reserve Safari Lodges are easily the most visited safari destination in Kenya.

The Masao Mara is located close to the Tanzanian border, in the north-western corner of Kenya.

The Big 5 roam the vast open golden plains which stretch as far as the eye can see.

The Masai is everyone’s safari dream, and this part of Kenya offers many safari lodges and camps, which will suit any budget.

Visitors can choose to stay in the reserve itself, or in one of the many neighbouring private conservancies if they would prefer a more intimate and exclusive safari experience.

Amboseli & Chyulu Hills Safari Lodges:

Amboseli & Chyulu Hills Safari Lodges is a popular area due to the fantastic views of Mount Kilimanjaro.

The Amboseli is also ideal to combine with a luxury safari in the Masai Mara.

The landscapes in this area are dry and dusty and the vegetation is sparse, which is great for game viewing.

The massive herds of elephants are a main draw card to this region.

Some of these elephants in the Amboseli sport the largest and most impressive tusks ever seen.

The Amboseli is ideal for your Kenya safari lodge experience.

Next to Amboseli are the Chyulu Hills, an oasis of green dominated by towering volcanoes and sparkling hot springs.

Laikipia Safari Lodges:

The Laikipia Plateau is north of Nairobi.

Laikipia isn’t one reserve, but rather a patchwork of private ranches, conservancies, and farms.

As well as being a beautiful safari area of Kenya, the Laikipia offers unique and different experiences.

Not only does the Laikipia boast some of the highest wildlife densities in the country, but it’s also a beacon for ground-breaking conservation projects.

Here you can head out into the African bush on a 4×4 safari vehicle, on foot, on horseback and so much more.

Combine this with some stunning private Kenya safari lodges and camps and the Laikipia is hard to beat as a safari destination.

Diani Beach Resort:

Diani Beach is a major beach resort on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya.

Located just south of the sultry city of Mombasa, Diani’s flawless beach is easy to get to and the perfect place for a beach vacation.

Diani Beach is about 10km long, from the Kongo River to the north and Galu Beach.

The Diani airstrip is located close to the beach and places to stay.

The ocean remains shallow near shore, with some underwater sandbars near the surface which allow wading with a clear view of the sandy bottom.

A laid-back melee of boutique hotels, private houses and castaway-chic retreats, the resort is more sophisticated than others on the coast.

By day, life at Diani Beach is all about the warm, turquoise seas with kitesurfing, paddleboarding, snorkelling and sailing on offer.

By night, head into town for colourful cocktails as the sun sinks and take your pick of the fabulous restaurants and bars.

Samburu National Reserve Safari Lodges:

Samburu National Reserve is one of the most famous safari destinations in Kenya and East Africa.

The Samburu National Reserve is in northern Kenya and is a premier game reserve situated on the banks of the Ewaso Ng’iro River.

Far from being dull, this extraordinary landscape supports animals uniquely adapted to the drier, rockier conditions.

Samburu National Reserve is a fascinating Kenya safari destination for its unique wildlife which is abundant regardless of its desert like climate.

Samburu, as a wildlife ecosystem, now also comprises several Conservancies and group ranches bordering the main reserve such as the Kalama Conservancy, West Gate Community Conservancy and Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy.

Msambweni Beach:

Msambweni Beach is located on a quiet stretch of Kenya’s Indian Ocean coastline between Mombasa and the border with Tanzania to the south.

Msambweni Beach is dominated by the upscale beach resort of the same name.

The beautiful beach comprises close to three kilometres of soft white sand contrasted against the deep green of the surrounding vegetation and the sparkling blue of the Indian Ocean.

Meru National Park Safari Lodges:

The Meru National Park is situated east of Meru and is one of the most popular parks to visit on your visit to Kenya safari lodges.

At this Kenya safari park tall grass and seasonally flooded lowlands covers some of the landscape.

Meru National Park can be accessed by air transfers and safari drives.

Unhindered by crowds of tourists, game-viewing in Meru National Park is an authentic and unique affair.

The Big 5 can be found roaming its savannahs and lush woodlands, although the elusive leopard and cheetah prefer to remain hidden.

The fauna and flora of Meru National Park are diverse and serve as a breathtaking setting for any Kenya Safari.

On game viewing adventures wildlife such as elephants, rhinos, hippos, lion, leopard, cheetah, black rhino, and antelope can be seen.

The Meru National Park attractions include the Tana River and views of Mount Kenya.

Accommodation in Meru is offered at safari camps and lodges and activities include game drives, fishing, sundowner cruises and bushwalking safaris.

Lewa Downs Safari Lodges:

The Lewa Downs is a stunning valley set in the middle of the Laikipia Plateau.

Within the Lewa Downs, you will probably find the second-best game viewing in Kenya.

Only offering a handful of safari lodges to choose from, the Lewa Downs has become famous for the wide variety of rare and beautiful game species.

As Lewa Downs is private land (not a national park owned by the state), the added benefit of staying here is that it is possible to walk, night safari drive, horse, and camel ride.

Lewa Downs is very simple to get to with flights up from Nairobi or the Mara.

Lake Naivasha Safari Lodges:

Lake Naivasha derives its name from the Maasai word for “rough water” due to the sudden storms that are known to frequent the area.

Easily accessible from Nairobi, the lake is a refreshing day trip or weekend break from Kenya’s busy capital.

Lake Naivasha has many different types of wildlife with a good portion of hippos and fish.

There are 400 species of birds.

There are many luxury Lake Naivasha safari lodges around the lake, and it is your ideal Kenya safari lodge destination.

Lamu Island Resorts:

The dreamy Lamu Island sits in the warm Indian Ocean off Kenya’s coast where time has all but stopped.

Donkeys are the main form of transport, and its strong Swahili Muslim culture has remained unchanged for centuries.

Very possibly Africa’s ultimate beach hideout, the island is sultry and spicy, bohemian, and charming.

In Lamu Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site of Arabic, Omani and Portuguese influences, winding, donkey-filled alleys lead to elaborate mosques and ornate doors.

The Lamu people are friendly and local guides and dhow captains waiting on the town jetty for your arrival, will insist on showing you around for whatever you decide to pay them.

Lamu Island is the perfect add-on to your Kenya Safari.

Tsavo National Park Safari Lodges:

Tsavo is made up of two separate parks – Tsavo East National Park and Tsavo West National Park.

This beautiful national safari park is in Coast of Kenya between Nairobi City and Mombasa.

Steeped in history, the large Tsavo National Park was originally home to a Stone Age community that lived near the Galana River.

Tsavo is nearly 21000 square kilometres – the largest safari lodge destination in Kenya and one of the largest national parks in the world.

The park was split into two due to the railway going from Mombasa to the interior of Kenya.

Tsavo National Safari Park offers a wide range of accommodations making this one of the premier safari destinations in Kenya.

Mount Kenya National Park Safari Lodges:

For the thrill seekers out there, you’ll find the perfect blend of wildlife and mountains to explore.

Mount Kenya National Park, encompassing the area surrounding the mountain itself, has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Mount Kenya comprises three magnificent peaks namely Nelion at 5188, Lenana at 4985m and Batian at 5199m – all of which offer various degrees of difficulty.

The lower slopes of Mount Kenya are made up of forested areas, while higher up the vegetation consists mostly of bamboo, whilst, higher still, you will find the timberline forest.

The Mount Kenya National Park is home to the Big 5 (elephant, lion, cheetah, leopard, and rhino).

Mount Kenya itself is an extinct volcano and sits proudly as Kenya’s highest mountain.

Watamu Beach Resorts:

With coconut trees, soft white sand, and soothing warm water, Watamu Beach is the perfect place in Kenya to wind down after a safari adventure.

The untouched coastal paradise is a unique melting pot of Kenyan, Arabic, and Italian culture.

Watamu Beach’s crystal-clear waters make it an excellent location for snorkelling and diving, and the surrounding area is home to an abundance of wildlife.

As part of the Watamu National Marine Park, this area has an amazing underwater life.

Watamu Beach contains 600 fish species, 110 species of stony coral and countless invertebrates.

Kenya Safari Lodges is ready to welcome you as a guest soon.


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