Private travel suits Kenya to a tee. With a range of sights and wildlife to see, plus a number of exciting activities, private travel allows you to see what you like and when, at your very own pace. It also means you can choose which lodges you’d prefer to stay at.
These private itineraries, ranging from Kenya safari tours to Family adventures, are ideas to help you with your selection. To book one of these journeys, or to tailor them to fit your needs, please contact us for more information.
Combine the contrasting scenery and wildlife
of the Samburu and the Masai Mara national
reserves with Zanzibar’s exotic...
Stay in intimate camps and lodges while
searching for Kenya's Big Five and Rwanda's
Combine Kenya's premier wildlife destinations
with the tropical beaches of the...
This tour combines two superb wildlife areas
with time on Galu beach, a quaint resort on
the tropical shores of the Indian...
Experience three of Kenya’s prime wildlife
areas while staying in some of the country’s
small, up-market safari...
Rolling grasslands dotted with acacia trees, herds of wildebeest, prides of lions, grazing elephants and brightly clad Masai tribesmen wandering the landscape – Kenya has it all. This fly-safari...
We have highlighted the standard of accommodation featured on a tour immediately above the tour itinerary.
In some cases, tours include some departures in one category and some in another: you can see and select the different tour types under ‘tour variations’. For these tours, the itinerary is generally the same and just the standard of accommodation varies. However, if there are any variations in the excursions included, these are shown within the itinerary.
Superior: Most Cox & Kings tours fall under this category and are based in 4- or 5-star accommodation, or the best available.
Luxury: These tours will usually feature 5-star de luxe accommodation throughout.
Standard: Simpler in emphasis, these itineraries typically feature 3- and 4-star accommodation throughout.
Discovery: This type of holiday is best suited to the hardier traveller, as it will typically include some quite basic accommodation, possibly longer and rougher road journeys and, in some cases, more arduous activities, such as trekking.