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Nairobi  → Naboisho Conservancy  → Watamu Marine National Park

Safari, Coast & Conservation

Take advantage of this limited-time offer for incredible savings. From conserved savannas to sandy beaches, take in this country's diverse natural beauty in one seamless trip.

Escape to the wild beauty of Kenya on this adventure staying at the Hemingways collection of lodges. Start in bustling Nairobi, staying at Hemingways Nairobi, visit an elephant orphanage, giraffe sanctuary, and the former home of Out of Africa author Karen Blixen.

Take to the skies to the private Naboisho Conservancy bordering the renowned Masai Mara. Stay at Ol Seki Hemingways an intimate tented camp with amazing views, going on guided game drives to see majestic wildlife up close. Cool off in the camp's incredible pool between excursions.

Continue to the coast to Hemingways Watamu, the ultimate lodge for total relaxation, you can go whale spotting boat trip (during migration season) or just take in this incredible location. With transfers taken care of, all you need to do is sit back and soak up the magic of Kenya on this fully guided trip.

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The itinerary…

Day 1: International departure

Head to your nearest international airport and board your flight to Kenya.

Day 2: Arrive in Nairobi

Hemingway Nairobi Home Stay Executive Suite

Executive Suite, Hemingways Nairobi

Arrive at Nairobi International Airport, where you will be greeted by your private driver upon arrival, who will whisk you away to Hemingways Nairobi - Nairobi's premier luxury hotel nestled in lush gardens with views of the Ngong Hills. Unwind with a restful sleep in your Deluxe Room. Breakfast included.

Day 3: Explore Hemingways Nairobi

Hemingways Nairobi

Hemingways Nairobi

After a delicious breakfast, you have a full day to relax in the stunning grounds of the hotel. Included in your stay is a visit to the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, The Giraffe Sanctuary, and The Karen Blixen Museum*

*subject to availability

Day 4 - 7: Head for Naboisho Conservancy

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Ol Seki Mara Game Drive

This morning you are transferred by private vehicle to Wilson Domestic Airport where you will catch your light aircraft flight into the private Naboisho Conservancy bordering the Masai Mara. Your guide will meet you and then enjoy a game drive to Ol Seki Mara for the next 4 nights in a stunning octagonal Nina Tented Room, all-inclusive. Your stay at Ol Seki includes early morning and afternoon guided game activities every day, with your guide on the conservancy. It also includes one night game drive and one bush breakfast per stay. The entire camp was completely refurbished in 2023 and now looks and feels incredible with magnificent views out over the plains. The camp also boasts one of the most amazing pools to cool off in after a hot dusty game drive.

Day 8- 12: Hemingways Watamu

Watamu Hemingway Beach Arial View

Watamu Hemingway Location

After a final game drive at Ol Seki, your guide will drop you off at the airstrip for your mid-morning flight back to Nairobi Wilson, where you have time for a coffee and a pastry before boarding your flight to Malindi.

On arrival, you are met in arrivals by a representative of the hotel who will drive you to Hemingways Watamu an institution on the Kenya Coast. You are here for five nights in an Ocean View Room with dinner and breakfast included. During the whale-watching season (July and August) you have a ½ day whale watching trip included.

Day 13: Time to head home

This afternoon you will be dropped at Malindi Airport to connect with your flight back to Wilson Airport once more. On arrival in the early evening, a Hemingways Representative will pick you up and take you to Hemingways Nairobi for an early dinner (not included) before taking you on to the international Airport in plenty of time to connect with your homeward international flight. We suggest the BA flight that departs at c23h30.

Duration: 12 nights

Location: Kenya, Africa

Price: £5063 Save £1080 now only £3983

From £3,983 pp based on two people sharing, excluding international flights.

The trip includes all accommodation and activities specified above. Rooms and meals as below:

  • 2 nights Hemingways Nairobi - Executive Suite, breakfast included
  • 4 nights Hemingways Ol Seki Mara - Octagonal Nina Tented Room, full board
  • 5 nights Hemingways Watamu - Ocean View Room, breakfast and dinner included.


Hemingways Nairobi:

• Airport pick up from JKIA

• Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage (subject to availability at the time of reservation), Giraffe Centre, Karen Blixen Museum and Shopping.

Hemingways Ol Seki Mara:

• Return domestic flights - Wilson/Ol Seki /Wilson Airports

• Full board accommodation including early morning tea/coffee, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea & dinner.

• All drinks including alcoholic beverages excluding imported spirits, premiums drinks & champagne

• 2 shared day game drives in Naboisho Conservancy per day

• 1 shared bush breakfast per stay weather permitting

• 1 shared night game drive per stay in Naboisho Conservancy

• Daily Naboisho Conservancy fees

• Government taxes

Hemingways Watamu:

• Return flights - Nairobi/Malindi/Wilson Airports

• Half board accommodation

• Wi-Fi internet | Mineral Water

• Complimentary use of the gym and tennis court

• Return airport transfers – Malindi Airport to Hemingways Watamu.

• Half-day whale watching private trip for 2 only in July & August.

• Above offers include all ground transfers between hotels and airports.

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When to go to Kenya

Find out the best time to visit Kenya with our month by month guide.

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January is a great time for wildlife viewing. The landscapes are lush and green after the 'short rains' and newborn animals can been seen. It is hot, but brief afternoon or evening showers cool things down, without compromising your safari. Over on the coast the sea is clear, making it ideal for diving and snorkelling, and the days are warm and bright.



February is an ideal time to visit Kenya, and great for game viewing. The landscapes are green and thriving thanks to the short rains, and newborn animals will be hopping around the plains. There maybe a few afternoon showers which are welcome in the heat, and don't impact on wildlife viewing. Water clarify is excellent at the moment, which is good news for watersports enthusiasts. And if you want to spot a whale shark, now is the time to try.



Still a good option for wildlife viewing and diving, although with the 'long rains' just around the corner, expect wetter and hotter weather.



April brings the start of the 'long rains' which means game reserves and national parks become muddy and harder to drive around. Over on the coast it's hot and wet, so it isn't the best time of year to travel. Some camps and lodges close during this period.



The 'long rains' continue into May, making park tracks difficult to navigate in the mud, and the coast very warm and wet. There will be less accommodation choice at this time as several lodges and camps during this period.



June is a beautiful time of year to visit Kenya, with the rains receding to just light showers, and the long dry season not far ahead. The high grasses can sometimes make it more of a challenge to spot game, but the landscapes are lush and some animals may begin arriving early for the migration. At altitude nights can be cool, but elsewhere the temperature is pleasant.



July marks the beginning of the great migration into the Masai Mara, and with warm and generally dry weather, this is a great time of year to visit. Days are sunny, skies are blue and there isn't too much dust around, so it's a great time for photography.



The migration is now in full swing in the Masai Mara, with lots of river crossing action, so if you want to see those massive herds of wildebeest and zebra, now is the time to come. Game viewing in general is excellent and it's one of the most popular times of year to visit, so some of the main parks do become crowded. Temperatures are warm and dry.



Game viewing continues to be excellent, and the weather is generally dry so this is another ideal month to visit Kenya's parks. The bush is less dense and as animals gather around waterholes and rivers it makes wildlife spotting much easier.



October is a great time if you want to avoid the crowds and don't mind the temperature slowly starting to rise. There may be a few short showers, but game viewing remains excellent with the end of the migration, and it's a good time to holiday anywhere in Kenya.



November heralds the start of the 'short rains' and with hotter temperatures some camps are closed. The Mara however is still open, and despite sometimes stormy skies, game viewing is still good. Fewer crowds and lower prices make this an attractive month to visit. Over on the coast water clarify is good for snorkelling and diving.



The 'short rains' are bringing the landscapes back to life, and as the plains start to become green again, wildlife viewing remains good, and it's a great time for birding. Some camps are closed (mainly in the north of Kenya) but many others remain open. The showers tend to fall in the afternoons and don't impact greatly on a safari. Take advantage of reduced visitor numbers and lower prices.


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