Luxury Safaris in Kenya
Kenya offers some of the most spectacular vistas on the planet. From snow-capped mountains, deserts and misty rainforests to acacia-studded savannahs, flamingo lakes, white palm-fringed beaches and coral reefs.
Teeming with prodigious wildlife, taking a Kenya safari you’ll have the opportunity to see leopards, cheetahs, zebras and ‘the big five’. Your holidays in Kenya must include a visit to the legendary Maasai Mara – home to the annual Great Migration, where an estimated 2-million wildebeest and zebras follow greener pastures in one of nature’s most awe-inspiring phenomena. After taking in richly biodiverse wildlife and ecosystems, breathtaking natural landmarks and numinous ancient cultures, ‘de-stress’ at your choice of luxury accommodation – from private camps running tours of the finest game viewing and bird watching sites in Kenya, to lavishly adorned camps, hotels, lodges and tree-hotels.
REASONS TO VISIT
The best of Kenya
- A uniquely diverse combination of wildlife, landscapes, beaches and cultures
- Some of the finest game viewing opportunities in the world, including the Great Wildebeest Migration
- Home to incredible national parks and game reserves with uniquely bio-diverse ecosystems, including the Masai Mara, Lake Victoria, the Laikipia Plateau and the 25-million-year-old Great Rift Valley
- A huge array of activities for the adventurous
- Extremely high standard of accommodation and service
Commitment to conservation and responsible tourism
Sanctuary Retreats believe creating access to clean drinking water is one of the most powerful ways to improve the world. Not only can it save communities from infectious disease, malnutrition and health complications, but improved water supply and sanitation can also boost economic growth and help to reduce poverty.
Sanctuary Retreats is currently supporting the construction of modern kitchens and the implementation of school feeding programmes, where children are provided with lunch at school.
We have a long history of collaboration with local Maasai communities to plan their own development and enterprise priorities.