Kenya Safari Adventure Holidays For Solo & Group Travel

Explore Masai Mara, Amboseli, and Samburu during the 'great migration' through our jeep safari

Safari Stylin'

July 2 - 8 2023

Safari Stylin'

Go wild into the wild on our Great Migration Safari

destination

Africa's most popular safari destination, Kenya has diverse terrain, including savannah and lake areas, the Great Rift Valley, and the world's second-tallest mountain.

Kenya

Nairobi

Kenya's capital urban core borders the Nairobi National Park, a large game reserve known for breeding endangered black rhinos. Near the city, you'll also find the Giraffe Centre and Elephant Orphanage, set up to protect and preserve endangered species.

National Parks

There are 54 National Parks and Reserves in Kenya—such as Amboseli, Tsavo East, and Lake Nakuru. The Amboseli National Park is the oldest park, established in 1946. 4x4 safaris are the most popular way to explore this sprawling landscape and an important contributor to Kenya's economy.

Wildebeest Migration

Two million wildebeests make the annual migration from the Serengeti in Tanzania into Kenya's Masai Mara. Watching them cross the Mara River is a spectacular sight to behold!

The Big Five

Lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and African buffalo. Originally named "The Big Five" for being at the top of most hunters' lists, as they were considered the most difficult five to shoot while on foot. Thankfully the focus now is shooting them with cameras.

Yoga & Mediation Retreat In Kenya

What better place to connect with yourself in nature than surrounded by the vast savannahs of Kenya and the exoctic animals you’ve probably only seen on Nat Geo? It can get overwhelming to explore so much throughout our long days, so we wind down with a grounding yoga practice and meditation to soak it all in. 

While we go deep inside ourselves, we also place a huge emphasis on social bonding, with our Kenya group tours. A big part of these trips is to have group dinners with some beers, some Kenya Cane (your new fav drink), and to share stories around the table of our experiences from the day. 

Kenya Safari Adventures

Hop in our custom-built, popped-up top, 4x4 land cruisers as we venture deep into the Masai Mara National Reserve. Here we observe the 'big five game' in their natural habitat. Lions, elephants, and zebras, oh my! Beginning in July (which is when we go because IYKYK), one of the “New Seven Wonders of the World” takes place throughout East Africa. The Great Migration is a sight to behold, with millions of wildebeests, zebras, and all your favorite safari friends making their way from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masai Mara in Kenya. It's only once we exit the reserve that we turn up The Lion King soundtrack. A once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

Our caravan of land cruisers does daily safaris, varying from early morning to mid-day to sunset evening sessions. Our drivers are all licensed professionals with years of experience, unlimited knowledge of the area, and, best of all, have relationships with the rangers ($$$$) to get that special treatment.

Travel with a squad

To get real close to the animals, we've limited the Kenya safari group tour trip to a group size of 16-20. We’ve found that this is just big enough to have a blast but small enough to truly experience this environment up close and personal. 

We’ve Got What You Need

With Kenyan landscapes that’ll take your breath away on daily safari expeditions, lake boat cruisin’ to hang with some hungry hippos, biking through a national reserve to the land of The Lion King, feeding your new giraffe besties, fitness programming by some of the best coaches in the industry, the most magical sunrise hot air balloon ride over the savannahs with your new best friends, and much more included in our Kenya safari adventure experience, there is no need for you to look further for your once-in-a-lifetime trip.

This bucket list Kenya adventure holiday offers you the opportunity to take a step back, connect with nature in a way you’ve probably only dreamed about, and create moments you’ll share around the dinner table for years to come. It’s a place that reminds you that there really can be more to life than the 9-to-5. And who doesn’t need a little break from reality once in a while? Join us. The wild is calling; will you answer?

HIGHLIGHTS

Jeep SYB

Pink Party

Boat Cruise

Elephant Orphanage

Biking Tours

Giraffe Center

Balloon Rides

Dance Offs

Safari Zen

Themed Parties

cool stuff people said

TESTIMONIALS

@noeytink

some moments of ALIVEness ✨💫

@nick_ansara

Just reliving Kenya over here! Hand feeding Giraffes 🦒 and Lions 🦁 nbd! Enjoy the Kenya @surfyogabeer flashbacks! 

@cezary_wojcik

It’s been a couple of weeks since I got back from the @surfyogabeer trip to Kenya, but we just got a heap of incredible photos by @KenFrancisPhotos. Lookin’ through ‘em helped me relive many, many rad memories - from drinking champagne in the middle of the Masai Mara reserve after landing there in a hot air balloon and visiting the canyon where Mufasa fell into a stampede…. to jumping contests with the local tribesmen and workout sessions everywhere in between.

The Location

We begin this adventure in Nairobi, so fly into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). 

Nairobi is Kenya's capital city and is unique because, alongside its urban core, Nairobi is home to a game reserve known for breeding endangered back rhinos and home giraffes. Nearby is a world-renowned elephant orphanage! 

In the rift valley lies Lake Nakuru. Famous for its game drives, it is common to see an abundance of flamingos, bird species and other incredible species! 

Hell's Gate National Park's name comes from the famous narrow break in the cliffs. Nowadays, you can explore the unique wildlife and landscapes in the park.

Masai Mara is a national game reserve hosting a large region of protected land along the Tanzanian border. Its animals include lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras and hippos.

The Kenyan landscapes leave much to be explored!

Our Accomodations

We will be staying in Nairobi, as well as out near game reserves. Our accommodations will all be very comfortable, safe and an unforgettable experience!

Money in Kenya

The shilling is the currency of Kenya. However, USD is widely accepted. It is common to bring a Mastercard or Visa as they are commonly accepted in Kenya. 

We suggest withdrawing money before coming to Kenya, as ATMs are available, but you may be charged a withdrawal fee. 

We suggest bringing $300 to $400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners, as well as a credit card, to be safe, but otherwise, we've got you covered!

Fuelling Our Bodies

Different communities in Kenya eat other foods native to their region. Still, most meals consist of grain (local to the area, such as maize, millet, and sorghum) and produce and meat local to the region. 

However, universally eaten food in Kenya are ugali - a type of porridge - sukuma wiki, similar to kale, and githeri, a legume and maize stew. 

Let's Talk Water

Clean water access varies across the country. Every region which we visit will differ, so in areas that we are safely able to drink tap water we will, but in regions where we feel we should drink bottled or filtered water it will be provided. 

Safety in Kenya

Tourist areas of Kenya, where SYB travels, is incredibly safe. However, it is important to note that the US has a travel advisory for the country, which is a blanket warning as areas of the country experience higher levels of crime. However, we will not be going to those places, so these concerns should be noted but do not apply to us. 

Still, as a precautionary measure, our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables. We suggest leaving all important items in the safe while exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

We begin this adventure in Nairobi, so fly into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). 

Nairobi is Kenya's capital city and is unique because, alongside its urban core, Nairobi is home to a game reserve known for breeding endangered back rhinos and home giraffes. Nearby is a world-renowned elephant orphanage! 

In the rift valley lies Lake Nakuru. Famous for its game drives, it is common to see an abundance of flamingos, bird species and other incredible species! 

Hell's Gate National Park's name comes from the famous narrow break in the cliffs. Nowadays, you can explore the unique wildlife and landscapes in the park.

Masai Mara is a national game reserve hosting a large region of protected land along the Tanzanian border. Its animals include lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras and hippos.

The Kenyan landscapes leave much to be explored!

We will be staying in Nairobi, as well as out near game reserves. Our accommodations will all be very comfortable, safe and an unforgettable experience!

The shilling is the currency of Kenya. However, USD is widely accepted. It is common to bring a Mastercard or Visa as they are commonly accepted in Kenya. 

We suggest withdrawing money before coming to Kenya, as ATMs are available, but you may be charged a withdrawal fee. 

We suggest bringing $300 to $400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners, as well as a credit card, to be safe, but otherwise, we've got you covered!

Different communities in Kenya eat other foods native to their region. Still, most meals consist of grain (local to the area, such as maize, millet, and sorghum) and produce and meat local to the region. 

However, universally eaten food in Kenya are ugali - a type of porridge - sukuma wiki, similar to kale, and githeri, a legume and maize stew. 

Clean water access varies across the country. Every region which we visit will differ, so in areas that we are safely able to drink tap water we will, but in regions where we feel we should drink bottled or filtered water it will be provided. 

Tourist areas of Kenya, where SYB travels, is incredibly safe. However, it is important to note that the US has a travel advisory for the country, which is a blanket warning as areas of the country experience higher levels of crime. However, we will not be going to those places, so these concerns should be noted but do not apply to us. 

Still, as a precautionary measure, our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables. We suggest leaving all important items in the safe while exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

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