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  • Places in Kenya
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Welcome to our Kenya tailor-made holidays.Cox & Kings has years of experience at organising tailor-made travel to Kenya. Below is an idea of the type of experiences we can arrange . To tailor-make your holiday call 020 7873 5000 to speak to one of our Kenya experts.

Select a region below to browse our hotels, excursions and packages

Aberdares Nat Park

Aberdares Nat Park

Aberdare National Park is situated in the Aberdare Mountain Range of Central Kenya. Game viewing includes the Black Rhino, leopard, baboon, black and white Colobus monkey and sykes monkey. Lion sightings are rare but it is somewhat of a bird watchers paradise with over 250 species.... read more
Amboseli

Amboseli

Amboseli is in a semi-arid part of the country and is usually hot and dry. The park is made up of open plains, savannah with beautiful yellow-barked acacia woodland, swamps and marshland. The main wildlife you are likely to see here are herbivores such as buffalo, Thomson's and Grant's gazelle, Coke's hartebeest, warthog, gnu, impala, giraffe, zebra and lots of baboons. One of the most spectacular sights is the large herd of elephants (700 live in the park) and you may see the black rhino. T... read more
Laikipia Plateau

Laikipia Plateau

The Laikipia Plateau is divided into a patchwork of ranches - each an enormous size - many of which in the early 1990s, turned from farming to wildlife and formed the Laikipia Wildlife Forum. Together they have created an enormous wildlife stronghold the size of Wales, which contains some of Kenya's most endangered animals. It is one of the last refuges for endangered black rhino and has the largest elephant population outside of Kenya's national parks and reserves. The magnificent plateau sweep... read more
Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha, meaning 'rippling waters' is 170 square kilometres in size and lies about 1,890 m above sea level. It is a freshwater lake on the Rift Valley floor with no apparent outlet, but it is believed to be drained by underwater seepage. The lake is dominated by the overshadowing Mount Longonot (2,880 m), a partially extinct volcano in the adjacent national park. There are hippos on the lake that sometimes come out onto the shore at night to graze and there are a number of different typ... read more
Lake Nakuru

Lake Nakuru

The national park is just 3 km south of Nakuru town in central Kenya, 140 km north west of Nairobi. It was established in 1960 as the first bird sanctuary in Africa. It is about 199 sq km and the lake is fringed by swamp and surrounded by dry savannah. The upper areas of the national park are forested. There is a wide variety of wildlife including bats, colobus monkey, spring hare, otter, hippo, buffalo, lion, leopard and giraffe. The most popular reason for visiting is the wonderful sight ... read more
Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria, bordered by Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, is the largest freshwater lake in Africa and the second largest in the world. Occupying a shallow depression at an altitude of 1,135m, it covers 69,490 sq km and is the source of the White Nile.... read more
Lamu Island

Lamu Island

Lamu Island is enchanting. As Kenya's oldest living town it has retained all the charm and character built up over centuries. There are no cars so donkeys are the main means of transport. Children play in the narrow streets, Muslim men chat on street corners and women in their black buibui eils busy themselves through doorways. Most houses have a rooftop which is used as a patio. There are two banks, a post office and a book shop, the Lamu Book Centre, which sells local newspapers and internatio... read more
Lewa Conservancy

Lewa Conservancy

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is a 65,000 acre privately owned area in Northern Kenya. It is situated against the backdrop of the snow-covered massif of Mt Kenya and with the Northern Frontier District stretching out to the North.... read more
Masai Mara

Masai Mara

The Masai Mara is a unique area with a constant and unrivalled flow of wildlife throughout the year. From July to October, the Mara becomes a backdrop for one of the last great natural wonders of the world, when over 1.4 million wildebeest and zebra surge up from the Tanzania's Serengeti plains in their annual search for the seasonal grasses that sustain them. The spectacle in the Kenya's Masai Mara as the vast herds cross rivers and sweep through the golden grasses, is punctuated by individual ... read more
Meru National Park

Meru National Park

Meru National Park covers an area of 1,810 sq km, and is located northeast of Mount Kenya. It straddles the equator and is approximately 370 km northeast of Nairobi. The late Joy Adamson hand-reared the orphaned lioness Elsa here, later releasing her into the wild. Animals in the park include lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, Grevy's and plains zebra, reticulated giraffe, hippo, lesser kudu, oryx, hartebeest and Grant's gazelle. The birding is also spectacular and sightings include Somali ostric... read more
Mombasa

Mombasa

Mombasa is actually an island, connected to the mainland by two causeways to the west, and by a bridge to the north, but still linked only by ferry to the south. The city is intricate and its streets wriggle deceptively. At its appealing heart is the Old Town, a lattice of lanes, mosques and old houses sloping gently down to the once-busy dhow harbour. Fort Jesus, an impressive reminder of Mombasa's complicated, bloody past, still overlooks the Old Town from where it once guarded the harbour ent... read more
Samburu Reserve

Samburu Reserve

Samburu National Reserve is one of the most pleasant national parks in Kenya and is not overcrowded. The permanent water and forest shade on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River attract plentiful wildlife from the region including elephant, cheetah, reticulated giraffe, oryx, vervet monkey, Grevy's zebra and crocodile. Leopards are frequently seen. The birdlife is unusually numerous in this park, and large flocks of guinea-fowl can be seen in the afternoons coming to drink at the riverbanks.... read more