Family Kenya safari & beach vacation, tailormade

“An exciting adventure in Kenya, with safaris in Samburu, Nakuru and the Masai Mara, then 5 nights by the Indian Ocean.”


Luxury tented camps in Samburu and Masai Mara | Journey to Lake Nakuru | Family-friendly beach club at Watamu on the Kenya coast

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Departure information

Tailor made departures throughout the year subject to availability
Vacation type

Tailor made vacations

This trip can be tailor made to create a unique vacation for your individual requirements by travel experts with intimate knowledge of the destination. It is a more luxurious trip that will suit those who enjoy immersing themselves in new cultures and environments before relaxing in comfort. As this trip can be tailor made it would be helpful if you could you provide the following information: rough budget per person (stating with or without flights), your address and zipcode, contact phone number, preferred date of travel, length of trip, number of passengers, preferred countries and areas within those countries, specific interests & type of accommodation.

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Family Kenya safari & beach vacation, tailormade


We have recycling policies for our office waste and are constantly looking for new ways to minimise our environmental impact. The safari camps we use and the people we work with for this trip are committed to working practices that benefit the environment and do not compromise the wildlife.

Samburu Intrepids Camp is silver-rated by Ecotourism Kenya thanks partly to its commitment to sound policies on water, waste and energy use. They even have a weekly environmental day, a tree planting initiative, and they monitor wildlife for the Kenya Wildlife Service and Ewaso Lions.

Karen Blixen Camp is gold-rated by EcoTourism Kenya. They are 100% solar, have strong policies for reduced energy usage (including advising clients to use less hot water and electricity), waste management including glass and plastic recycling, and they even donate used oil to the community for use on fence posts etc. They support Mara Elephant Project – helping with human-wildlife conflict and elephant poaching. They also have a forestry school.

Turtle Bay Beach Club is also gold-rated by EcoTourism Kenya. It is set within Watamu Marine National Park. They organise daily beach clean-ups and monitor the waste they remove. Statistics are on display to encourage everyone to do their bit. The lightbulbs throughout the resort are 100% energy efficient. The grass cuttings from the gardens are supplied to a local stables in exchange for horse manure for the gardens – this is the type of innovation we love and support!

For every person that travels with the company, it plants trees through The Travel Forest initiative. Depending on where they plant and the requirement of the specific area, they plant either indigenous trees or a mix of indigenous and non-native species. Planting non-native seedlings may seem counter-intuitive but doing this can often help any remaining indigenous forest from being cut down (e.g. for fuel) as some non-native trees grow much more quickly than indigenous types. They particularly aim to save ancient or older indigenous forest, through offering an alternative option for fuel requirements of local communities. In addition to this benefit, their Travel Forest initiative helps with such things as planting for water-course retention, soil erosion, shade and even food – all depending on what is planted and where. They have planted almost 100,000 trees to date in various degraded locations including the Andean mountains in Peru, northern Tanzania and Malawi. This has always been done in conjunction with the local communities who plant and then tend the seedlings. Trees are far more important to the health of this planet (and us) than many people imagine. This global Travel Forest initiative can and does make a big difference.


As a company our foundation has supported many different community projects over the years. We strongly believe that we have a duty to give back to the communities where we travel and this can be done in various ways. We support accommodation that is committed to recruiting their staff from the local community where they operate. This benefits the individuals and the community as a whole, everyone is then benefiting from your tourism dollar – you get something out of it but you are giving back at the same time.

Samburu Intrepids’ silver rating is also down to its work the local community and staff. They employ a local dance troupe, and 60% of permanent employees and many most casuals are local – and they have a staff welfare committee. They buy from the community where possible.

Karen Blixen’s gold rating is partly down to its efforts with local communities and staff – including paying conservancy fees which support 700 mostly Maasai landowners, running an organic farm that provides staff with vegetables, offering staff training and teaching on safety and health, and decent living wages. They also back a women’s empowerment group with classes in beading, language and hygiene, and they have a Hospitality School (built with recycled tetra packs and juice cartons!) for local people to learn hospitality skills. Mara Rianta village school is backed too, and the community is provided with water by the camp.

Turtle Bay Beach Club has a staff welfare committee and keeps staff informed on all aspects of the property. They buy a lot of fresh products locally, including honey from Arabuko Sokoke Forest, which they also help to sell at the hotel. They back various initiatives for the local community such as school sponsorships, a community dispensary and maternity wing for the clinic, and they support a number of orphanages in the Watamu region.

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