Discover Eastern Africa


A safari to Kenya is the ultimate classic Big 5 safari. Filled with romance, thrilling experiences, natural beauty, wide open plains, and up close and personal encounters. The Masai Mara is the most well-known to view the Annual Wildebeest Migration between July and October, however Amboseli National Park and the northern parts of Kenya’s private concessions are well worth seeing. Light aircraft flights soar across the landscapes allowing you to bear witness to the magic across the country. Perfect for couples, solo travelers, families with children of all ages and groups of friends preferring private villa-style accommodations. Kenya combines well with Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda for primate experiences, and Seychelles or Mauritius for an extended beach escape.

Map of Kenya in Africa

“If there were one more thing I could do, it would be to go on safari once again.”
- Karen Blixen

What Will the Weather Be?



Kenya is a vast country and considered a year-round destination. April & May are peak rainfall months making the roads in the Masai Mara impassable. The Kenyan Coast is hot and humid through the year and rainfall can occur any time, especially March through May.


The best months to visit are January, February and June for ‘off-peak’ travel and July through to October which coincides with the Great Wildebeest Migration.


The long rains from March through May and possibly the short rains in November and December. April & May are peak rainfall months making the roads in the Masai Mara impassable.


Resident game viewing is year-round, however to see the Great Wildebeest Migration, the migrating herds enter Kenya around July and stay until October.


September to April when migratory birds are present, which coincides with resident species nesting and in breeding plumage. January is best for waterbirds in the Great Rift Valley.

Let’s Touch Your Imagination


Explore our sample itineraries to spark your imagination. Everyone is unique, so use these samples as an inspirational canvas waiting for your personal aspirations to paint it.

Remember, at Mallerby’s, we believe in tailoring each journey to the individual, ensuring your travel experience is as extraordinary as you are. Let these itineraries be a starting point, a palette of possibilities, waiting for the strokes of your own desires. Your journey is not just a trip; it’s a reflection of your dreams. Let’s craft it together.

Where Will You Travel To


Kenya Nairobi


This is always the starting point in your itinerary, after your long-haul flight. It’s a wonderful, bustling City with plenty to see and do – must-visits are the Giraffe Centre, the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and the Karen Blixen Museum.  

Kenya Amboseli


South of Nairobi, the Amboseli National Park has incredible views of Mount Kilimanjaro and whilst a Big 5 area, it’s renown for its large herds of elephants. Here you can explore the park on game drive, horse-back safaris and guided nature walks.  

Kenya Laikipia


Just north of Nairobi lies the Laikipia Plateau on the rim of the incredible Great Rift Valley. It’s a collection of private reserves and conservancies, offering an array of unique experiences, luxury accommodations and private villas, and a must-visit on any Kenya itinerary.  

Kenya - Masai Mara

Masai Mara

The Masai Mara is Kenya’s flagship conservation area and part of the Masai Mara-Serengeti ecosystem. The plains are home to resident game year-round, however is also the source of dramatic river crossings during the Great Wildebeest Migration. Experience game drives, nature walks in private conservancies, cultural interactions and hot air ballooning experiences.

Kenya - Kenya Coast

Kenya Coast

The Kenyan Coast is often forgotten about as a good extension to your Safari experience, especially when you have precious travel time. The coastline offers a few exclusive, luxury spots overlooking white, sandy beaches and the crystal blue ocean. Here you experience barefoot luxury scuba-diving, snorkelling, dhow cruises and swimming with dolphins.  

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