Cross-Border Safari Combinations

Kenya has been a safari favorite for quite a long time and great historical figures such as Ernest Hemingway and Theodore Roosevelt have celebrated this country. The movie “Out of Africa” with Meryl Streep and Robert Redford has further romanticized the safari magic.

From the rolling grass plains of the Maasai Mara to majestic wildlife in Amboseli, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha and Tsavo. Kenya stands out with its vast wilderness, a rich wildlife diversity and its great Rift Valley lakes that wait to be discovered.

Below we highlight our favorite cross-border combinations which offer you the best of both countries. If you are looking for a classic Kenya safari, just get in touch with us with your travel ideas and we will be happy to assist you for a customized safari itinerary.

Our favorite Kenya-Tanzania Cross-Border Safari Combinations

Maasai Mara & Serengeti Combi

Safari Highlights in East Africa

Tour Duration: 10 days, 9 nights
National Parks: Maasai Mara in Kenya & Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania

Amboseli & Lake Chala Combi

Off-the-Beaten-Path through East Africa

Tour Duration: 10 days, 9 nights
National Parks: Amboseli & Tsavo in Keny plus Lake Chala & Kilimanjaro in Tanzania

Our favorite National Parks in Kenya

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli is located in close proximity to Tanzania’s iconic Mount Kilimanjaro – a unique and breathtaking backdrop for viewing Africa’s famous animals. Although the park is on 392 km², it still offers an incredible wildlife variety like large herds of buffaloes and elephants, various savannah game and a rich bird diversity.

Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park is only 180 km² in size. Most of the park is covered however by the alkaline lake itself, which is home to seasonal flamingos and various water birds. Nakuru is also a sanctuary for rhinos. Further wildlife includes giraffes, lions, leopards, waterbucks and many more.

Maasai Mara Game Reserve

Maasai Mara’s name derives from the indigenous people of Kenya – the Maasai tribe, and the Mara River that runs through the park. A rich concentration of wildlife including Africa’s “Big Five”, antelopes, crocodiles, giraffes, hippos, hyenas, warthogs, zebras and more than 400 bird species.