Medical insurance in Kenya

It is recommended that you take comprehensive medical travel insurance, inclusive of air evacuation from remote areas. Be aware that some insurance policies may not cover paragliding or scuba diving other activities deemed to be hazardous, and it might also be null and void in areas subject to travel warnings by the British FCO or US state department.


Our Recommended Itinerary

Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)

day 1

Nairobi your arrival
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)

day 2

Chyulu Hills, what a wonderful start
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
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  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)

day 3

Amboseli, go down to the swamps

day 4

Rift valley lakes, flamingo and Loldia comfort

day 5

Rhino, Rothchild's giraffe and more

day 6

Into the Mara itself

day 7

Explore the confluence of the rivers
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
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  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)

day 8

Olare Orok, more big cats and off-road driving
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)
  • Southern Kenya Sojourn (10 days)

day 9

Utilise the evening drives

day 10

Fly Home

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