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Tsavo, Kenya

Tsavo East and West National Parks

Home to the endangered black rhino, these are Kenya’s largest national parks. Their wild surroundings make game viewing more challenging but far more rewarding. Any itinerary must include Mzima Springs, an oasis with underwater observation post for crocodile and hippo viewings.

Masai Mara, Kenya

Masai Mara

Here the Great Migration of wildebeest migration takes place between July and September (depending on rains). The wildlife is not the only reason to visit this cultural haven though – this is an opportunity to experience Kenya’s rich heritage. Many local communities still follow the traditional way of life with ancient customs. Part of your visit must be to see a Maasai village and learn about the traditional ways of life and community development.

Finch Hattons  

Finch Hattons holds an unrivalled location in Tsavo National Park, where wildlife includes red elephant. This safari experience, with spacious tents, opulent furniture, free-standing baths and period writing desks is once-in-a-lifetime. Here, dining is five-star and kids are entertained while you can use the spa, gym, home theatre, hammam or library.

Sanctuary Olonana

In the heart of Kenya's big game country, Sanctuary Olonana nestles in the Masai Mara conservation area on the banks of the Mara River. This is a beautiful setting for your sightings of the 'Big Five' - lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino. Personalised service and an intimate and relaxed atmosphere make for a spectacular stay. Stay here from August to September to witness the greatest show on Earth – the Great Migration.