Classic Luxury Safari

Kenya is considered the birthplace of safari. Amboseli’s mesmerising views of Mount Kilimanjaro, Samburu’s beautiful leopards and Laikipia’s unsurpassed wildlife conservation areas make this a luxury safari destination to visit.


Pristine and exclusive experiences

Considered the birthplace of safari, Kenya is one of those African destinations that can easily conjure up a sense of romantic escapism. You’ll certainly find your Out of Africa moment in the variety of luxury accommodations in Kenya. With the Masai Mara providing a stage for the Great Wildebeest Migration, Amboseli’s mesmerizing views of 

Mount Kilimanjaro, Samburu’s beautiful leopards, and Laikipia’s unsurpassed wildlife conservation areas, Kenya is one of Africa’s best luxury safari destinations. Choosing a place to stay when embarking on a luxury safari in Kenya is almost as important as the national park or game reserve. 


Mahali Mzuri Luxury Safari

Expert guides, spa treatments, endless plains and stargazing after sundown. Mahali Mzuri is more than your average safari camp. Located in the private Olare Motorogi Conservancy, this small-scale luxury safari camp offers guests an exclusive safari experience in one of the most wildlife-rich parts of the Mara ecosystem. Mahali Mzuri means ‘beautiful place’ in Swahili, a name that is more than fitting. Mahali Mzuri is one of only five safari camps allowed to operate in the Olare Motorogi Conservancy. The conservancy is home to a stunning array of wild animals ranging from elephants and wildebeests to lions, zebras and leopards. The camp is surrounded by a variety of wild animals. The conservancy’s boundaries are home to a number of different lion prides, so you might even see a wilderness territorial fight.

They are known to engage in conflict from time to time over control of the region. In this region, there are also about 150,000 wildebeest. They don’t participate in the yearly epic “Great Migration,” yet they appear perfectly satisfied to remain where they are. Up to one million wildebeest, hundreds of zebras, gazelles, eland, and topi travel 1,600 kilometres through Tanzania and Kenya as part of the Great Migration. During the Great Migration, predators like lions, leopards, and hyenas can be observed in enormous numbers as they take advantage of the great parade of animals traveling through the regions. Between July and September, when the Great Migration enters the conservancy, it departs for the Serengeti in Tanzania around November.


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