14-days  Bush and Beach Safari trip to Kenya, visiting Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha, Amboseli, Tsavo West, and Diani. That’s a great itinerary, and you’ll have a chance to see some of the best wildlife and natural beauty that Kenya has to offer.

This itinerary is just a suggestion, and you can adjust it to suit your preferences and interests. Make sure to book accommodations in advance

This itinerary includes a mix of national parks and conservancies, as well as different types of accommodations, from tented camps to lodges. It is important to note that the itinerary can be customized according to your preferences and budget








There are different types of accommodations available for safaris in Kenya, ranging from basic camping to luxurious lodges. Here are some of the most common types of accommodations:

  1. Tented Camps: Tented camps are typically located in the wilderness areas of national parks and conservancies. They offer comfortable tents with ensuite bathrooms and are often designed to blend in with the surrounding landscape. Some tented camps also have communal areas for dining and relaxation.
  2. Lodges: Lodges are permanent structures that offer a higher level of comfort and luxury than tented camps. They typically have spacious rooms with ensuite bathrooms, as well as communal areas for dining, lounging, and socializing. Lodges are often located in prime wildlife areas and offer a range of activities, such as game drives, guided walks, and cultural visits.
  3. Eco-Lodges: Eco-lodges are designed to have a minimal impact on the environment and are often built using sustainable materials. They offer comfortable accommodation with ensuite bathrooms, and some also have communal areas for dining and relaxation. Eco-lodges are usually located in remote and pristine areas, and offer opportunities for nature-based activities.
  4. Mobile Camps: Mobile camps are set up in specific locations for a limited period of time, typically during the peak safari season. They offer basic tented accommodation with shared bathrooms and are designed to provide a more authentic camping experience. Mobile camps are often located in remote and exclusive areas of national parks and conservancies.
  5. Treehouses: Treehouses are unique and unusual accommodations that offer a different perspective on the surrounding landscape. They are often located in remote and secluded areas and offer a high degree of privacy and seclusion. Treehouses typically have basic amenities such as a bed, a bathroom, and a balcony or veranda with views of the surrounding forest or savannah.

The type of accommodation you choose for your safari in Kenya will depend on your preferences and budget. It is important to book accommodations well in advance, especially during peak safari season, to ensure availability.