Kenya Camping Safaris
Camping And tented Safaris In Kenya; The Perfect Safari For Wildlife Enthusiasts
Camping safaris offer guests that small and intimate safari option, focusing purely on the wildlife and birdlife that Kenya is famous for. Spend your days game viewing, your evenings under stars sitting next to a roaring campfire; this is camping in Kenya at its finest.
All of these safaris use only the best when it comes to equipment, guides, tents and bedding. All safaris operate out of private concessions, where only the best wildlife and birdlife experiences are offered.
These camping/ tented safaris are perfect for those who want to return to nature and truly experience the bushveld surrounding them. Campsites will most certainly be "unfenced" with wildlife passing within metres of the tents.
Our selection of Kenya camping safaris at the moment is rather small; we have to admit, it is a product range that we are growing into as Kenya has never been a big camping market for us. As we get new safaris, we will add them here as soon as possible.
The Best Tented And Camping Safaris In Kenya
Walk The Naboisho Conservancy
From US$ 3 162.00 pp
This 4-day walking safari is specifically for those seeking to explore and experience the plains of the Mara and the Naboisho Conservancy.
The perfect option for those wanting to get as close as possible to the surrounding wildlife, birdlife and the great migration of this amazing region in Africa.
Walk The Mara Conservancy
From US$ 4 388.00 ppThis amazing safari over 6-days takes in three conservancies on a journey through the country's remote Greater Masai Mara region.
Accommodation in lodges and fly-camps with experienced guides will without doubt rank up there with the finest experience the country has on offer.
Karisia Hills Walking Safari
From US$ 5 600.00 pp
The ultimate luxury walking safari over 8-days in which one gets to experience in the wild Karisia Hills region of Kenya.
Explore and experience untouched regions of the Laikipia Plateau that are only accessible on foot.
Ewaso Walking Safari
From US$ 4 170.00 pp
This stunning 7-day safari is perfect for those looking for a more active and adventurous safari option when travelling in Kenya.
The safari includes 4-nights of walking safari and 2-nights at the luxurious Tumaren Camp all within the Lower Ewaso Wilderness area.
Tumaren Walking Safari
From US$ 2 440.00 pp
This 5-day walking and camel safari is a budget option (standard and luxury options of this safari are available) specially designed to cater for those that are looking for a walking adventure in the private Tumaren conservation area of the Laikipia plateau region.
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