Join us on a Kenya luxury safari for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

Allow us to take you to some of the most spectacular wildlife spots on the planet. Close experiences with Africa’s “big five” – lion, elephant, rhino, leopard, and buffalo – will leave you with the spirit of the continent coursing through your veins.

The Safari Collection will immerse you in some of the most memorable and one-of-a-kind experiences. Begin your Kenya luxury safari by enjoying breakfast with a Rothschild’s giraffe, a rare species.

After that, travel to observe rhino in numbers not seen anywhere else in East Africa. A sunset Samburu dance follows, with elephants gathering in the river beyond.

Then it’s on to the big wildebeest migration in one of the Masai Mara’s quietest areas.

Prepare to be awestruck by the sights you’ll see and the people you’ll meet on your Kenya luxury safari with us. If you’re searching for a luxury safari in Kenya, these meticulously crafted itineraries will not disappoint.

We’ve got everything covered, from complete relaxation to edge-of-your-seat exhilaration. Kenya and its neighboring nations undoubtedly provide an unending playground for adventure. The thrill of walking through beautiful jungle in pursuit of mountain gorillas is palpable.

Experience the awe of up-close interactions with a wide variety of wildlife. Snorkeling in the blue waters of the Indian Ocean will introduce you to a new universe.

Meet people from diverse groups and cultures who will open your eyes to a different way of living. Whatever you pick, East Africa will calm your spirit and make you feel completely alive.


8 Days


Experience the best of Uganda gorilla adventure and explore the most amazing experiences as you enjoy the true wilderness in the jungle.

FROM $5,445 Per Person

luxury tent

9 Days


This safari takes you Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, and Gorilla trekking in Bwindi Forest National

FROM $9,324 Per Person

hot air

13 Days


This 13-day fantastic safari is for you if you want to see Tanzania’s varied wildlife, including the World’s Great Wildebeest Migration.

FROM $9,132 Per Person


8 Days


EThis eight-day Wildlife and Cultural Safari is ideal for anyone looking for a combination of wildlife and cultural experiences. It incorporates…

FROM $14,942 Per Person

sunset walk

10 Days


If culture, wildlife, and camping are among your reasons for visiting Kenya, this ten-day Kenya Wildlife Safari is unquestionably the finest option.

FROM $7,903 Per Person

lion family

10 Days


This 10-day journey in Rwanda and Uganda will allow you to see Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees, and African big 5 species such as…

FROM $11,326 Per Person


The massive vistas, vast open areas, and plentiful flora appear to have a soothing impact on those who visit.

Kenya is also regarded as a cultural melting pot. As a consequence, you will meet a wide range of people who are glad to greet you with open arms during your journey.

Our safaris are, by definition, socially remote holidays, so allow us to share with you everything that this wonderful area of the globe has to offer.

The Safari Collection runs four unique resorts and camps in Kenya’s most beautiful places.

Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, Sasaab in Samburu, Solio Lodge in Laikipia, and Sala’s Camp in the Masai Mara are all owned by us.

Furthermore, we are professionals in designing the best bucket-list excursions in Kenya and East Africa. So, think big, because whatever your idea is, we’d love to make it a reality.

Our enthusiastic and energetic crew is eager to greet you on your Kenya luxury safari.

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Kenya is a country of contrasts, with many tribes dressed elegantly in their finest.

The culture is fantastic, but regions like the Masai Mara, when paired with the north (Samburu, Laikipia, or Meru), feel like you’ve been in two separate nations.

Kenya’s coastline is also beautiful, with white beaches and turquoise water, not to mention Lamu, one of the world’s most distinctive islands and a quiet refuge.

The Great Rift Valley runs across Kenya as well, and the lakes may give a pleasant break from your safari.

We are fortunate to continue working with some of Kenya’s most isolated and luxury safari sites, so overcrowding is not a problem for our visitors.

It is typically the Kenyan people that make your safari so memorable – they are fascinating, engaging, and have a wonderful sense of fun.

Kenya safari holidays, on the other hand, are not your average vacation; here, wildlife roams the wide open plains in front of beautiful snow-capped mountains, harsh nature contrasts with absolute luxury, and adventure mixes all too well with a peaceful stay at the beach.

Kenya has flourished brilliantly to earn its place as one of the best-known safari holiday destinations in the world, because to the mix of wildlife, natural beauty, and value.

Beautiful Beaches: Kenya’s coastline is directly on the Indian Ocean, with turquoise seas and white sandy beaches.

Concession Conservation: Kenya is at the forefront of private concessions that prioritize the needs of communities and wildlife.

Daphne Sheldrik Trust: If you have any extra time in Nairobi, this is an excellent location to visit if you have a big number of orphaned elephants.

The Masai interact with Africa’s most well-known tribe, which dominates the tribal terrain of southern Kenya.

The Great Migration: From August to September, this river comes alive as the herds make their journey north from Tanzania Wilderness Reserve. Staying on private game reserves and participating in a range of activities.

Kenya Luxury  Safari Cost

What to think about when calculating the cost of your Kenya safari

The cost of a safari in Kenya is typically determined by the number of days spent in the country, the kind of lodging chosen, and a variety of other factors.

Safaris in Kenya, like safaris in other nations, are not inexpensive because the whole total cost must include transportation, meals, park entry fees, and housing.

In most situations, going on a solo safari becomes rather pricey because you wind up covering the majority of the expenditures on your own, therefore it is recommended that you visit Kenya with a buddy to split costs, particularly those associated with leasing a safari vehicle.


Spend the day in a nomadic Samburu boma, sleep out under the stars, visit George Adamson’s grave, take a mobile safari into remote parts of the Masai Mara, spend the day snorkeling off Wasini Island, take a helicopter up to Lake Turkana, fish on Lake Baringo, assist in the collaring of a lion, track rhino in Laikipia.


Lamu, Mozambique, Seychelles, Mauritius, and Madagascar are among the countries represented.

KENYA SAFARI LOCATION: East African nation in the Sub-Saharan region.


Rainfall from December to March, followed by dry and mild weather from April to May.

Rainfall occurs from June through October, with a peak in November.

TYPICAL LANDSCAPE: A wide range of landscapes, from desert to lush rolling plains and the Great Rift Valley Lakes.

There are a few options to make while planning a Kenyan safari:

The first consideration is whether you want a private or group safari.

A shared safari in Kenya is a great way to meet new people and save money, but we always recommend a private safari because the price difference is minimal (sometimes none at all) and you’ll be able to benefit from full itinerary customization, travel at your own rhythm and pace, and have more free space in the car.

As a result, we exclusively arrange individual tailor-made safaris.

While retaining its traditional appeal, a lodge safari may give some of the most luxury experiences in the world.

The second decision is whether to camp in public campgrounds on a budget or in luxury tented camps/lodges.

This selection will be influenced by your budget as well as your comfort requirements.

When you contact us to arrange your safari, we will recommend several lodging choices for each park, selecting those we feel provide the greatest value for money.

A basic camping safari may be an interesting and entertaining experience, in addition to helping to regulate the budget.

Staying in a private tented camp or lodge, on the other hand, may give some of the most luxurious experiences in the world while retaining the classic appeal and sense of authenticity of a safari.

On our accommodation page, you can see some of the camps and lodges that we frequently utilize for our Kenyan tour trips.

Finally, the real safari schedule in terms of parks visited and overall tour time must be determined.

To assist you with this planning, we have provided a collection of basic tours that we feel are the best alternatives for various lengths in this area (1 to 9 days).

Because all of our trips are tailored to your specific needs, we will utilize the schedule that best meets your requirements and then fine tune it to make it unique and ideal for you.

A private safari can last one day or one month, can be spent in public campsites, tented camps/lodges, or a combination of the two, can cover parks from both the East and West circuits, and so on.

Please contact us via our contact page if you have any questions or concerns regarding these itineraries, or if you want to create a bespoke private one.

We will create a custom itinerary that includes not only the safari but also transportation, lodging in town before and after tours, internal flights, extensions to the coast or Zanzibar, and so on.

We will build you a tailor-made tour with amazing value that is tailored to your wants, tastes, and budget constraints in a matter of hours or minutes.

We would rather make our visitors’ desires come true and keep our company record spotless than generate more money.

Rather than inexpensive binoculars or none at all, we want to provide you with high-end binoculars that will considerably enhance your safari experience.

We prefer to utilize the most experienced guides available through a rigorous recruiting procedure, as well as well-maintained modern cars over older ones.

Every consumer is a new customer to us, with a unique set of sentiments and expectations.

Private Kenyan trips with us can be budget safaris with extremely low rates or luxury safari experiences with balloon flights, high-end tented camps, exclusive services, and so on.

We will adjust to you, not the other way around.

Our guides are our true stars, the ones who can create the difference between a typical safari and a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and they are the reason why, after hundreds of safaris, we have only received positive comments!

In any case, you’ll know that the price you pay is reasonable, and that 5% of our profits will be donated to children in local schools.

After all, your Kenyan Safari will be the trip of a lifetime for you, and every element of the schedule and accommodations should be tailored to you and no one else.

Please contact us so that we can tailor your schedule to your specific requirements and wishes.

Kenya Luxury  Safari Cost

What to think about when calculating the cost of your Kenya safari

The cost of a safari in Kenya is typically determined by the number of days spent in the country, the kind of lodging chosen, and a variety of other factors.

Safaris in Kenya, like safaris in other nations, are not inexpensive because the whole total cost must include transportation, meals, park entry fees, and housing.

In most situations, going on a solo safari becomes rather pricey because you wind up covering the majority of the expenditures on your own, therefore it is recommended that you visit Kenya with a buddy to split costs, particularly those associated with leasing a safari vehicle.

Safari duration (Duration)

Whether you arrange your safari through a travel operator or on an individual basis, you must know how many days you will spend in Kenya.

This allows you to estimate how much money you will need to spend each day.

For example, if you want to visit Kenya but have a limited budget, you should stay for fewer days since the longer you stay, the more expensive it is because other things such as housing impact your duration of stay.

However, if you intend to stay longer, you may come during the low season when costs are lower; you might save up to 40% of what you would have paid during the high season. Another plus is that you get to see newborn species, birds, and there are fewer tourists in the parks.

Kenya Wildlife safaris experts

Whatever your preference are, wherever your tastes lie, and however you would love to travel, we make it happen!

At Premium Luxury Expeditions, we strive to make you realize your life-long dreams and are excellent at getting your safari vacation arranged. Not just any vacation, but exceptional holidays packed with sensational and life-changing experiences.


This starts with you; what sort of lodging do you want, but before you select, you should know which sites or national parks you’ll be going and which regions you’ll be visiting.

Because, in most situations, the location of your lodging influences the activities you participate in. Kenya offers a variety of lodging options, including super-luxurious suites, luxury lodges, midrange tented camps, budget lodges, and campsites. So, no matter what budget you have, you will not be short of places to stay in Kenya.

You may get lodging ranging from $40 to more than $1200 per night.

However, bear in mind that lodging in certain regions, like as Masai-Mara, might be in great demand during peak season, so if that’s when you plan to visit, make your reservations early enough.

Kenyan safari National Parks

The park visited is determined by the traveler’s interests, such as the type of animals or birds they like to view.

However, due to the Annual Wildebeest Migration, the Masai-Mara Wildlife Reserve is the most popular and costs a higher fee.

Nairobi National Park charges an admission fee of $40 per day, whereas Meru, Tsavo West and Tsavo East charge an entry cost of $52 per day, and Masai-Mara and Amboseli charge a park entry fee of $60 per day.

What else to see: Of course, while on safari, you will enjoy game drives and make wonderful memories, but it is also necessary to participate in other activities like as hot air balloon safaris, horseback riding, river rafting, guided nature walks, and night game drives, all of which are additional costs.

You may book to participate in them before you travel so that they are included in your original total cost, or you could pay and participate in some when already on the ground.


In this regard, the season or time of year you visit Kenya is essential because there are both high and low seasons.

Peak season is when commerce is brisk and tourist numbers are high; low season is the inverse.

As a result, knowing when to visit influences the cost of your safari because most expenditures are high, especially lodges, and some lodges decrease their fees during the low seasons.

However, it also assists you in deciding what to see and do throughout your trip.

The optimum time to visit is during the dry season, which runs from June to October and includes the arrival of the wildebeests in the Masai-Mara, or from January to February.

Travel insurance, visas, international flights, domestic flights, tips, laundry, souvenirs, drinks and beverages, and extra vehicles or transfers are all variables to consider when pricing your safari to Kenya (from Airport to accommodation and vice versa)


Our trips are about so much more than just visiting the five wonders of the world.

We provide a one-of-a-kind travel experience, whether it’s a short stay in one of our homes or a customised tour of the entire region. If you really want to delve inside the skin of a nation, The Safari Collection is the way to go.

We take pleasure in exposing Kenya’s hidden treasures and providing opportunity to establish important relationships along the route.

Finally, our individually hosted stays allow you to understand the actual meaning of the term safari and why we are so committed to making a difference. Our devoted crew is always available to offer their first-hand knowledge of the region, which contributes to The Safari Collection’s authenticity.


Giving back to the communities and animals that have supported us is essential to all we do. We think that when the people, wildlife, and landscape that surround our sites benefit directly from tourism, they will be encouraged to join us in our efforts.

As a consequence, we can increase our sustainability efforts, safeguarding the ecosystem and its animals for future generations. This is why The Safari Collection has made significant investments in a variety of community and environmental programs around Kenya.

For example, the local communities that surround our sites are generally our first source of employment. This helps to guarantee that we encourage as many local community people as possible to join our team.

Learn more about our conservation, community, and environmental initiatives.


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