Kenya Wildlife Holidays

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Mara & Arabuko Sokoke Safari October 20
£673 – £2650

Masai Mara & Tsavo Safari Holiday September 20
£569 – £3739

Our wildlife holidays, wildlife tours and safaris of Kenya are listed below:

The birthplace of safaris. In fact safari is a Swaheli word for journey and this country has a long and brilliant history of wildlife holidays and we aim to bring you to all the popular parks in Kenya as well as exploring some of the more remote and least well trodden areas like the Southern Rift Valley.

No other part of the world can compete with East Africa when it comes to animal aggregations and safari holidays. We specialise in Kenya package safaris, which do not just visit Amboseli and the Masai Mara but also explore less well known and equally diverse and beautiful regions. We particularly spend time around the Southern Rift Valley and aim to take you on safaris and Kenya holidays which are much more than normal safaris. Small group sizes, expert local guides, private vehicles, new destinations, zoologist guides and a sense of true adventure is why Royle Safaris continues to change the face of Eco-Tourism and you will not be disappointed in any of our wildlife tours of Kenya and Kenya package safaris.

All these tours are available on other dates (subject to availability) than the dates listed. Please contact us to arrange a tour on a date which suits you.

Kenya Wildlife Holidays

Sep 01

East African Safari Exploration

September 1 - September 20
Sep 20

Masai Mara & Tsavo Safari Holiday

September 20 - October 5
Sep 20

Tsavo & Amboseli Safari Holiday

September 20 - October 3
Oct 10

Masai Mara & Amboseli Kenyan Safari

October 10 - October 19
Oct 14

Kenyan Safari; Mara to the Coast

October 14 - October 31
Oct 20

Mara & Arabuko Sokoke Safari

October 20 - October 30
Oct 20

Tsavo Safari Holiday

October 20 - October 30
Feb 18

Southern Rift Valley Kenya Safari

February 18, 2025 - February 28, 2025



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