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Luxury Safaris in Africa

photos Teagan Hartwick

Our trips are the ultimate in comfort and experience.

Travellers on Safari see a giraffe in the wild


We will pick you up at Nairobi airport, Kenya, and transfer you for an overnight stay in a luxury hotel.

And your safari adventure begins!

Have your safari clothes and camera ready when we travel to the best of Kenyan conservancies, parks and reserves. Enjoy driving through the Kenya countryside in the safety and comfort of our private Safari Van or Land Cruiser with our experienced driver/guides. With large groups we may also use a comfortable overlander truck.


Settle into the lap of luxury at a riverside lodge or tented camp. You are always fresh and well rested when you stay at one of the luxury tented camps with ensuite and private veranda.

Game drives during the day guarantee that you will see all of the wildlife you want to photograph in the most amazing landscapes of East Africa. Visits to a local village/school will top up the cultural side of your experience.

All safaris include guides, luxury accommodation while in Game Parks or Reserves, food, transport, park fees, guided game drives for excellent wildlife viewing and photography, as well as cultural experiences including schools and villages.

We can organize a safari of any length for you at any time... but you can also just look at the safaris listed in the Explorer and Family programs and request all or part of the same trip.

Maasai man dancing

For prices and information, contact Brian at

Some history and camping in the bush!


For much of the first 30 years of our African safari adventures, we set up our own camps in the bush at various sites throughout Kenya and Uganda. We also used large safari trucks for transport. In the earlier years, we were part of a Field School and operated under the name Study in Africa taking large numbers of students on educational safaris. You may still see reference to the Study in Africa programs and Canadian Field Studies in various communications.

15 years ago, we shifted from a field school operation to a safari business. For some time though we continued to use the big trucks and to camp in bush sites. We had the best of safari staff for these programs and enjoyed the most amazing sites for our camps.

Group portrait on safari

2018 group in front of Mt Longonot crater

Recently, we have changed the main focus of our safari programs from bush camping to taking advantage of the facilities of established lodges and luxury tented camps close to the areas where we used to camp.

We have also changed from using the older large safari trucks to using smaller more modern Land Cruisers and Safari Vans.

Our company name is now Safari Adventures Ltd.



a wide veranda with a little vervet monkey sitting on the rail

Your own private deck

a brightly colour orange and red bird on a fern branch
An african man wearing a colorful neck piece.
Cute kid looking through fence
An african man wearing a colorful neck piece.

Group holding long rope ladder for use by colobus monkeys

Volunteering to make a Colobus bridge
at the Research Centre [2018]

Maasai warriors with make-believe snakes from Canada

view from inside a luxury tent into a river.

Living in luxury in a tented camp