Extraordinary Journeys still remains the top-notch curator of adventures in the world. From Zambia, Tanzania, to Rwanda, there are numerous travel destinations in Africa to choose from. For this travel destination, Kenya is the preferred choice.
Kenya remains one of the easiest and most reliable options for travel to Africa. Recently, Kenya has been offering more mindful, sustainable, and hands-on conservation activities on safari for visitors looking for the opportunity to connect more deeply with their environment.
New offerings such as Angama Safari Camp and Cottar’s Conservation Camp are bringing exclusivity back to the safari experiences without disconnecting travelers from the original under canvas vibe the destination is known for.
Safari veterans and first-timers alike. Since Kenya’s wildlife is outstanding regardless of the time of year, it’s an incredible destination for your 1st or 10th time in Africa.
The destination’s strong emphasis on culture is a standout for all travelers, and the diversity of landscapes as you travel from Amboseli to Laikipia to Samburu to the Masai Mara is simply astounding.
Extraordinary Journeys’ new itinerary, Cottar’s Safaris: Photography & Conservation in Kenya’s most renowned park, The Maasai Mara, focuses on conservation and photography alongside prolific wildlife viewing.
The itinerary includes a full day with award-winning photographer, Georgina Goodwin, who will help improve your photography skills no matter what level. Travelers will get to visit two locations, the classic Cottar’s 1920s Camp and the new Cottar’s Conservation Camp, a combination that ensures both luxury and adventure.
Travel Restrictions & Requirements
Negative COVID-19 PCR test conducted within 96 hours of arrival in Kenya. Incoming Travelers are required to have a QR code for a completed Travelers Health Surveillance Form which they can access from the website https://ears.health.go.ke/airline_registration/. The code will be generated instantly and sent by email after online registration is completed.