Kenya’s low-carbon luxury has been ranked the best safari to try in 2023 in the 2022 edition of National Geographic Traveller UK, The Luxury Collection.
The safari is an eight-day trip where tourists are treated to a multi-destination trip in various parks and animal conservancies.
At a cost of KSh 1.24 million per person, tourists spend a night at Giraffe Manor in Nairobi before setting off for Solio Lodge, a Rhino conservancy.
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The travelers also visit Sala’s Camp in Maasai Mara national reserve.
The expensive safari is organized by Expert Africa, which was founded in 1994 to offer high-end travels across the world.
The award winning travel company was ranked the top ahead of Tanzania’s Sky Safari which also offers high-end travels at a tune of Ksh 1.22 million.
Ranked third was Best of South Africa Travel which takes tourists through Morukuru River House, the Cape Winelands and the Garden Route.
The 14-days safari costs Ksh 665,000.
Others are Beyond Green in Namibia and Jacada Travel in Rwanda.
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Elsewhere, in 2021, Mahali Mzuri lodge in the Maasai Mara was ranked the most luxurious resort in Kenya at the Travel and Leisure Best Award.
The resort is the brainchild of Sir Richard Branson, founder of the multinational Virgin and a great lover of Kenya.
“We are delighted to announce that Mahali Mzuri has been voted the world’s number 1 hotel in the Travel + Leisure Awards 2021 We are thrilled to have won this prestigious award and would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who voted for us
“When you think of going on safari in Kenya, one of the first things that comes to mind is the Great Migration. Words cannot do justice to the majesty of this awe inspiring spectacle. I hope you enjoy your adventure in Kenya as much as I continue to do,” the resort said.
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