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A Million Animals on the Move


A million animals on the move, Africa's big predators in abundance, red-robed Masai warriors, and Out of Africa scenery. Kenya safaris with Martin Meyer offer you a private and quintessential Masai Mara safari experience. Experience front row seats to East Africa’s greatest wildlife spectacle – up close!

Kenya’s biggest attraction is the natural movement of mega-herds – wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle – following the summer rains and sweet grasses in an annual pilgrimage called the great migration.

Witness the life-and-death struggles of the river crossings and dramatic encounters with Africa’s top predators. Spend time in luxurious and private tented camps; the most exclusive way of getting close to the true essence of safari.

Travel to the endless plains of East Africa and explore the rich diversity of fauna, flora, culture and natural beauty that this unique area has to offer. This exclusive safari offers you a thrilling and varied game viewing experience, with the opportunity to explore East Africa’s spectacular national parks, game reserves, and conservancies in Kenya.

Kenya has always been close to Martin’s heart and became part of his way of life after he lived there for a number of years. With Martin, fluent in the local Swahili language, at your side, you will discover the secrets of Kenyan bush life from both a wildlife and community viewpoint.

This ensures you a game-rich and exclusive Kenyan safari.


Kenya's greatest attraction is the annual Great Migration, an annual movement of millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles following the summer rains and sweet grasses. Explore Mt Kilimanjaro's spectacular views and vast herds of elephants in Amboseli and Chyulu Hills. The abundance of cheetahs and leopards in Samburu, is magnificent. Discover the cultures of the Masaai, Samburu and Turkana pastoralists, and delve into Africa, India, and Europe's flavors in a melting pot of cultures known as Swahili culture.



  • The Masai Mara for the annual Great Migration.

  • Track leopards and Cheetah amidst the beautiful Samburu plains.

  • Enjoy views of snow-capped Kilimanjaro and the beautiful elephants of Amboseli.

  • Lewa Wildlife Conservancy offers spectacular game viewing, and critical conservation programmes.

  • The iconic Mara North conservancies for photographers, safari addicts and wildlife lovers.



Masai Mara Uncovered

This iconic six-night Kenya safari sojourn unfolds in the iconic Masai Mara, which boasts some of the best wildlife viewing in Africa, from the migration herds that visit the plains each year, to the plentiful resident wildlife year-round, which includes leopard, cheetah, lion and much more. Our guides are excellent and we enjoy their company immensely. Seek out the best spots to observe the many species of wildlife in the Masai Mara, in addition to the history of the region plus the stories about some of the big cats that roam the region.


The Supreme Rhino Safari

Experience tranquility and adventure, luxury and authenticity, wildlife and culture, and classic and unique safari experiences on this life-enriching journey.

The Masai Mara offers the most wildlife-rich ecosystem in the world and Mother Nature's most incredible natural spectacle - the Great Migration. 

Witness the enormous herds of the elephants in Samburu, photograph the elusive leopard, African wild dog, and the Samburu Five – rare endemic species only found in Samburu. Encounter Africa’s iconic and diverse wildlife up close in their natural habitat.


Top 3 Remarkable Wildernesses

This life-enriching 9 night journey encompasses three of Kenya’s most celebrated conservation areas. Encounter Kenya’s most iconic conservancies, from the rugged, unending vistas of Samburu, to the World Heritage plains of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, shadowed by the snow-tipped peaks of the mighty Mount Kenya, and the teeming open grasslands, rivers and mountains of the Masai Mara.
Discover the fascinating bond between local communities, tourism and conservation and experience these three significant conservation success stories first-hand, from community-owned conservancies to the most renowned rhino conservancy in the world. Enjoy the breath-taking landscapes and diverse, abundant wildlife on this journey of discovery.

The Great Migration Kenya



Does Kenya offer a good Safari experience?

Kenya has some of Africa's best parks and reserves, and it's easy to get around. The wildlife is also very diverse, so you're sure to see plenty of interesting animals, and also encounter the incredible Masai


When is the best time to visit Kenya?

The best time to visit Kenya is during the dry season, from June to October; however, the Great Migration takes place between July and September, which is often a bucket list for safari goers - the downside is that if you chose your lodge unwisely, you could end up with high concentrations of vehicles at sightings and it can be very crowded. Make sure your safari expert knows your expectations and budget in order to give you the best experience.


Which is the better destination Kenya or Tanzania?

While Kenya is definitely the better-known destination, it can be a disaster on either side of the border if you are in the wrong place at the wrong time. Kenya is known to be a more affordable destination due to the high volume of lodges and hotels.


Tanzania also offers a myriad of unique parks and reserves that attract safari goers with specific interests. The Ngorongoro Crater is a huge draw card for travelers. Tanzania is also on the pricier side of the scale, due to large distances between regions which often necessitate light aircraft transfers. 


What do I need to know about booking a Kenya Safari?

Trust the experts! Martin has lived and guided in Kenya since 2009! Our team of experts knows exactly where to send you on your unique safari experience, that will tick all the items on your bucket list!

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