Camping Safaris in Kenya

As a nature lover, you will experience Kenya’s wild side up close on our adventurous camping safaris. You will camp under the open African sky, listen to the hyenas’ laugh at night and discover the soft tracks of antelopes on the dusty trail to the showers the next morning. If you are looking for an authentic nature experience away from civilisation, our camping safari may quickly develop into your adventure of a lifetime.

Gnu migration in Mara region on Safari

During the day, you will explore the national park, scouting for the Big Five together with your guide in a Toyota Land Cruiser. Experience impressive wildlife sightings and admire vast landscapes. When the sun sets, you will head back over the bumpy roads to your campsite to dust off and spend the night.

We offer camping safaris as group tours on set dates or as private tours on individual dates.

Night time is a very special time on the campsite. Relax by the fire, sipping a drink and gazing at the endless starry night sky while chatting to your fellow travellers about the day’s adventures. You will notice how the sounds of the day fade and are replaced by the songs of the night birds, snapping of branches and with a little bit of luck the roar of a lion in the distance.

Our Camping Safaris

from 2,210 USD pp (7 pax)

On this 6-day camping safari reconnect with nature and experience Kenya’s national parks up close. During the day, you explore Lake Nakuru National Park, the Maasai Mara and the Aberdare National Park. At night, you dream under the endless starry sky in the middle of nature.

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What can you expect on a Camping Safari?

You will overnight in spacious and high-quality two-person tents, which will be set up by our crew. We also provide comfy sleeping mats and camping equipment such as tables, chairs, dishes and cutlery. You won’t want for anything while you’re with us.

After a long day out and about, you can look forward to a three-course dinner, prepared by our creative safari chefs. Our team also makes sure you start your day off with a hearty breakfast of eggs, bacon and bread, and have a lunch box to go.

You will stay on public campsites in the national parks or private campsites just outside of the borders of the national parks. Without fencing, you can expect nightly visitors and will be surprised how quietly and light-footed an elephant can navigate guy ropes.