East Africa safari holiday, tailor made

“An eleven day tailor made safari holiday in both Kenya and Tanzania, including the great Masai Mara and the Serengeti. As well as many more. ”


Kenya : Masai Mara National Reserve | Amboseli National Park Tanzania: Serengeti National Park | Ngorongoro Highlands | Ngorongoro Crater | Lake Manyara National Park

Description of East Africa safari holiday, tailor made

This eleven day, East Africa safari holiday is a tailor made trip with some of the world’s greatest wildlife treats. Starting and ending with two magnificent national parks in Kenya, your trip gets off to a fine opening in the Masai Mara National Reserve where you have a day and a half to see some of the greatest wildlife sights on earth.

Driving over the border into Tanzania with your private driver guides, your next wildlife wonder is Serengeti National Park, world renowned for its wildebeest migration but also zebra, gazelle, lion, cheetah and hippo. After a day and a half in the Serengeti, your next stop is the Ngorongoro Crater, a 25km-wide bowl of beautiful animals. This is thanks to the fact that it is giant waterhole attracting thousands of elephants, leopard and black rhino, to name but a few.

Lake Manyara National Park in Tanzania is another glorious spot to spend time on this holiday, taking a day to go bird watching, the park being famous for its prolific flamingos, as well as lions, wildebeest, hippos and giraffes.

An equally stunning sight awaits back over the border at Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, famous not only for its elephant herds but also great views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Making this a fitting finale to a stunning wildlife holiday in East Africa, before heading back to Nairobi for your flight home.

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Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: East Africa safari holiday, tailor made


During this trip we visit 5 protected areas in Kenya and Tanzania - 3 of the main being the Masai Mara National Reserve, the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater. These are home to an abundance of rare and endangered wildlife, and so it is imperative that us and our travellers are aware of the impact that our actions could have if we do not follow environmental guidelines.

Entrance fees play an important part in the conservation of the wildlife and of the reserves - without the funding that these fees provide, it is doubtful that these reserves would exist in their current state and the wildlife that depends on them would be in a more precarious situations.

During game drives, we ensure to stick to marked tracks and keep our distance, as to not disturb the wildlife in their natural habitat. Our travellers are given full briefings by our local guides as to how best to minimise their impact upon the environment, including disposing of litter properly and not damaging plants.

To ensure that our groups have minimal impact upon the environment we work with our local team to ensure that all guides and drivers receive extensive training on sustainability policies, from not dropping litter to ensuring that natural habitats are respected when trekking or exploring the countryside. We also work with hotels and accommodation providers to offer guidelines on how best to have a low impact upon the environment, from water and electricity conservation to responsible methods of waste disposal.

In our UK office we recycle extensively, from paper and envelopes to ink cartridges, plastic bottles and food packaging, with dedicated recycling bins. We minimise our use of electricity by turning off appliances and using energy efficient lightbulbs, and our toilets use reduced water cisterns to minimise our use of water.


When visiting the Masai, we are careful when selecting which village to visit, in order to provide not just an authentic experience for our clients, but also to conduct this in as sensitive a way as possible. We are acutely aware of the fragility of Masai culture and the changes that modernity is bringing to it, so we endeavour to ensure that our presence does not hasten this process.

Where possible throughout the trip where we stop in small villages, we will use the service of local guides, meaning that tourism income filters down on the micro-level to people who are often unable to formally train as guides.

All travellers are issued with detailed guidelines about how to travel responsibly, and are given notes on local culture and customs, so that they are aware of appropriate behaviour throughout their time in East Africa. Some of the different ethnic groups such as the Masai are incredibly photogenic, but it is very important to realise that they may not always want their photographs taken and respect this fact.

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