East African Wildlife Safari 2020

  • Nine-day plains safari in Kenya, in the heart of the Maasai Mara
  • Participate in wildlife conservation efforts with a visit to an elephant orphanage and giraffe conservancy
  • Visit a traditional Maasai village with an English-speaking Maasai guide
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Discover the magnificent wildlife of Kenya on this nine-day plains safari. Embark on daily game drives in Nairobi National Park while staying in Lewa Safari Camp. The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is home to an incredibly diverse crop of wildlife, including lions, leopards, elephants, rhinoceroses, and Grevy’s zebra.

Although wildlife migration patterns are difficult to predict, we’ve done our best to time the program to coincide with a bucket list-worthy event: the great wildebeest migration, an annual pilgrimage of more than two million wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles. These grazing animals cross Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve en route to greener pastures in Serengeti National Park. We’ll also visit a traditional Maasai village, called a manyatta, with an English-speaking Maasai guide. Shop artifacts and souvenirs that are handmade in the village.

Quick Facts

  • Dates
    July 19–27, 2020 or August 4–12, 2020
  • Group Size
    Up to 26 travelers
  • Minimum Age
    8 years old
  • Suggested Airport
    Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO)
  • Ideal For
    Active families and couples

Experience Highlights


  • Safari Game Drives

    While staying in luxury accommodations within Lewa Safari Camp, set off on daily game drives in search of Nairobi National Park’s famed wildlife, which includes elephants, leopards, lions, wild dogs, and rhinoceroses.

  • Elephant Orphanage

    Visit David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Elephant Orphanage, located in Nairobi National Park, to help feed, bathe, and play with orphaned elephants. We’ll also stop by the center’s giraffe sanctuary.

  • Maasai Village

    You'll be welcomed to a traditional Maasai village, known as a manyatta, with a lively ceremony that includes singing, dancing, and fire-building. Afterward, shop one-of-a-kind, handmade souvenirs and jewelry.

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