Kenya Holidays All Inclusive Packages - Itineraries and Cost

The Kenya holidays all-inclusive packages on this page are hand-crafted to give you an intimate exploration of Kenya at no extra cost. Wildlife!  Magical sunsets! Game drives! Red Elephants of Tsavo East national park! White sands and glorious beaches of Mombasa!  Evenings spent devouring delicious dinners in the middle of parks! Relaxing time in Mombasa beaches! Morning hot air balloon rides! Are all included in our packages. All that is left is for you to book your Kenya all-inclusive trip and start enjoying your vacation.

Kenya Holidays All Inclusive - Photos by Our Guest

Leopard in Masai Mara Kenya
Lions in Maasai Mara Kenya
Rhinos in Ol Pejeta Conservancy Kenya
Guinea Fowl in Ol Pejeta
Flamingoes in Lake Nakuru
Lions in Lake Nakuru Kenya
Elephants in Amboseli National Park
Diani Beach in Kenya
Ostrich in Amboseli Kenya
Elephants in Tsavo National Park
Giraffes in Tsavo National Park
Birds spotted in Tsavo National Park
Elephants in Samburu Kenya
The Samburu People of Kenya
Hell’s Gate National Park Kenya
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Our Most Booked All-Inclusive Kenya Vacation Packages - Best Kenya Holidays

Our Most Booked Safaris for 2023 Price Per Person From View the Itinerary
3-Day Amboseli National Park Safari From GBP 864 Detailed Itinerary
3-Day Meru National Park Safari From GBP 1285 Detailed Itinerary
3-Day Tsavo East and West Safari From GBP 770 Detailed Itinerary
4-Day Keekork Lodge Safari From GBP 1111 Detailed Itinerary
4-Day L. Nakuru & Masai Mara Safari From GBP 959 Detailed Itinerary
4-Day Masai Mara Luxury Family Safari From GBP 1143 Detailed Itinerary
5-Day L. Naivasha, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Safari From GBP 1359 Detailed Itinerary
5-Day Nairobi & Masai Mara Safari From GBP 1134 Detailed Itinerary
6-Day Amboseli, L. Naivasha, & Masai Mara Safari From GBP 2234 Detailed Itinerary
7-Day Honeymoon Safari to Kenya From GBP 2016 Detailed Itinerary
7-Day Kenya Wildlife Adventure From GBP 2060 Detailed Itinerary
8-Day Family Safari to Kenya From GBP 2462 Detailed Itinerary
8-Day Helicopter and Wildlife Tour in Kenya From GBP 9454 Detailed Itinerary
12-Day Kenya Wildlife & Beach Safari From GBP 2688 Detailed Itinerary
14-Day Honeymoon Experience in Kenya From GBP 5086 Detailed Itinerary

5 Must-Have Destinations in Your Kenya All-inclusive Holidays

From the Maasai Mara, Diani beach, Ol Pejeta, Amboseli, to Samburu, you are assured of the best Kenya all-inclusive holidays when travelling with us. But what do these destinations offer?

The Best Kenya Holidays All-Inclusive Destinations #1 - Maasai Mara National Reserve

The rhythmic trumpeting of elephants, the smell of dry wilting grass, riveting views, and heartbreak & the sheer thrill of witnessing a kill. Maasai Mara is a multi-sensory experience that remains etched in your mind long after your all-inclusive Kenya holiday. The reserve sits on a 1,510km² piece of earth that is beautifully woven into the iconic Great Rift Valley.

Its views are among the best in Africa, with its wildlife stealing the show. You can experience all these and the great migration when you book your  Maasai Mara safaris with us. Over 90 different mammal species roam this land, from the Big Five to zebras, giraffes, dik-dik, antelopes, wildebeests, gazelles, hippos, warthogs, and others. The bird population is also stunning and diverse, with over 450 species threatening to burst the park with their vibrance. Meet and interact with members of the maasai tribe while at the park. The maasai are one of the indigenous peoples of Africa who have lived in families among the wildlife for decades.

kenya All-Inclusive Holidays: Where to Stay in Maasai Mara

There are over 118 camps/lodges in the Maasai Mara, which comes as no surprise seeing how gorgeous the park is. While Basecamp Maasai Mara is our preferred choice, there are more accommodations we’re sure you’ll love. These hotels come at modest prices and consist of the Mara Serena, the Olare Mara Kempinski Hotel, Governors II Moran Camp, and the Little Naibor Hotel. These world-class hotels in Mara boast an array of amenities such as spa treatments, swimming pools, and restaurants with international and regional cuisines. They are all great options for individuals, couples, and families that opt to include Masai Mara in their all-inclusive holidays.

Things to Do While at Masai Mara

  • Game drives: Morning/afternoon/evening
  • Nature walks
  • Hot-air balloon safari
  • Masai village visits
  • Bird watching
  • Sundowner or bush dinner/breakfasts/lunches

All-Inclusive Holidays to Kenya Destination #1 - Diani Beach in Mombasa

There are no words that can do Diani beach any justice. The beach has some of the most riveting and unadulterated views you’ll ever see. It has a serene ambiance that pervades one and pairs nicely with the adjacent turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. A Kenya safari to Diani is for you if your idea of the perfect all-inclusive holiday includes blindingly white sands, towering palms, and all-inclusive resorts. 

The best part? You take charge of how you want to soak in the views. You can opt to relax at a popular beach resort by the Indian Ocean and enjoy the African sunset over a glass of champagne. You can go swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, or paddle boarding. It also doesn’t hurt that the best all-inclusive resorts in Diani are among the best, not only along the Kenyan coast but also in East Africa. Diani beach was named the best beach in Africa for six years in a row during the coveted World Travel Awards.

Diani beach along the Indian ocean
The white sands of Diani beaches are among the most popular in the world

The Best all-inclusive Hotels in Diani

We recommend staying at the Swahili Beach Resort for the best, most rewarding Diani beach experience. Other promising all-inclusive Kenya resorts in Mombasa include WaterLovers Resort, The Maji Beach Boutique Hotel, and the Sands at Chale island. If you opt to go with a mid-luxury beach safari in Kenya, consider the Villa Luxury Suites Beach Hotel or the Papillon Lagoon Reef hotel. The two are located in Mombasa, along the beachfront, and they offer superior rooms and services at affordable rates.

Things to Do While in Diani beach

  • Catch some sun and sand paddleboarding at Diani beach.

  • Go on a cultural tour of Mombasa.

  • Visit Fort Jesus.

  • Go for half-day or full-day deep-sea fishing.

  • Go on romantic beach walks or calm rides.

  • Go surfing, swimming, or snorkeling in the colourful coral reefs.

  • Playing beach volleyball on the glorious beaches

  • Enjoy intimate dinners, lunches, or breakfasts by the sea. Wind down with a sundowner

  • Party it up at the Forty Thieves Bar.

  • Relax by your beach resort and enjoy the ocean breeze.

Kenya All-Inclusive Holiday Destinations #2 - Amboseli National Park

The Amboseli National park is known for its large elephant herds and spectacular views of Mt. Kilimanjaro. But even that is just but a tip of the iceberg when it comes to the beauty of Amboseli. 

Located approximately 309 Kms from the East coast of Mombasa, the park is home to over 56 different species of wildlife, the most common being the Grevy’s and Burchell’s zebra. Others include hippos, wildebeests, hartebeests, elands, buffaloes, impalas, wild dogs, giraffes, jackals, and waterbucks. Ranked among the most popular national parks in the country, I will bet just behind Masai Mara National Reserve, the park boasts an array of impressive birds; over 450 species to be precise. It is home to beauties like the Rufous chatterer, Goliath heron, African jacana, Gray-crowned crane, and the Hartlaub’s bustard.

Things to Do While during safaris in Amboseli

  • Game drives
  • Nature walks
  • Camping
  • Sundowner
  • Bush dinners/lunches and breakfasts

The best all-inclusive hotels in Amboseli

The idea is to immerse you in unspeakable luxury during your all-inclusive Kenya safari, and Kibo Safari Camp fits the bill.


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Kibo Safari Camp is a Luxury Hotel You Can Stay While at Amboseli

Other equally phenomenal hotels besides Kibo include the Amboseli Serena Lodge and the Ol Tukai Lodge. Meanwhile, hotels with modest prices within this national park include Little Amanya Camp, Aishi Machame hotel, and Keys hotel.

Luxury Holidays in Kenya Destination #3 - Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta is our secret ingredient to captivating all-inclusive Kenya safaris and holidays, and when you look at its scenery and ambiance it is easy to see why. Situated 209 Kms from Nairobi, the conservancy hosts two of the world’s only remaining northern white rhinos.

It also has a generous array of zebras, white rhinos, lions, elephants, hyenas, and jackals. The scenery, we should have mentioned earlier, is spectacular too. The conservancy lies between the foothills of the Aberdare national park and the Mt. Kenya national park, a UNESCO world heritage site. Discover the wonders of Ol Pejeta on your luxury Kenya tour as you embark on a variety of seriously exciting outdoor activities. Every moment here is magical from game drives to nature walks to sundowners.

Where to Stay in Ol Pejeta

Try the Sweetwaters Serena Camp for the best of both worlds; that includes first-class hotel treatment and, due to the resort’s location, unrestricted views of Ol Pejeta. The Conservancy is also proximate to several other hotels, including the Maiyan hotel, Olepangi Farm, and the Comfort Gardens Sweetwaters. These all-inclusive hotels feature exemplary restaurants and delectable services for groups, individuals, and families. Some facilities also offer spa services and currency exchange where you can convert your cash into Kenyan shilling.

Things to Do While During Safaris in Ol Pejeta

  • Game drives
  • Horseback riding
  • Lion tracking
  • Sundowners
  • Bush dinners/lunches/breakfast.
All-Inclusive Kenya safari and beach holiday in Mombasa
Our clients during an all-inclusive safari in Kenya.

Luxury Kenya Holiday Tours - Samburu National Reserve

Samburu’s beauty lies in her pristineness. The park lies southeast of Kenya, an area known for its aridity and seclusion. Families hoping to escape cold weather will enjoy this moderately sun-baked part of the world. Make no mistake about it though as the park is every inch a beauty, brimming with wildlife and gorgeous sceneries. 

There is, for example, the Samburu five, a rare wildlife combo featuring the Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx, gerenuk, and Somali Ostrich. Lions, leopards, and cheetahs are also commonplace in the park, as well as a stunning array of over 450 bird species. Did we mention there are over 400 individual elephants in the park? It’s a beauty you must witness!

Things to Do While at Samburu

  • Game drives
  • Nature walks 
  • Bush dinners/lunches and breakfasts

Where to Stay on a trip to Samburu

Sarova Shaba Game Lodge is just what you need during Kenya all-inclusive holidays. It is beautifully isolated, with a spa offering aromatherapy and ayurvedic treatments, among other amenities. Other all-inclusive hotels in the area include the Ashnil Samburu Camp and the Silver Bells Hotel.

Kenya Safari Holidays All Inclusive Packages - FAQs

Here are answers to some of the commonly asked questions about all-inclusive Kenya holidays by our clients.

1. When is the Best Time to Go on All Inclusive Kenya tours?

The dry season, which runs from July to September, is the best time for an all-inclusive Kenya holiday. For one, there’s little to no rain during this season, plenty of sun, and the temperatures are milder, making safaris, beach trips, and bush walks more pleasant. Secondly, no rainfall means that animals congregate around watering holes, making them easier to spot. The Great Wildebeest Migration occurs during this period. It is also the best time to see red elephants in Tsavo East and Tsavo West national parks.

2. Time to Visit Kenya for Birders

Birders, however, will want to consider the September to April migratory season when birds from Europe and northern Africa migrate to Kenya. Those looking for budget Kenya safari holidays all-inclusive tours will want to jet in during the low season, which falls between April to June (rainy season). National parks are less crowded at this time, so your chances of getting the best for less are way higher. You can read more on the best time to visit Kenya here.

3. How Many Days do You Need for All-inclusive Kenya Holidays?

Since forever might not be an option, we recommend spending at least 14 days in the country. While we have all-inclusive Kenya holiday packages that are shorter than that, they are not the best option for those looking to explore the country and learn about Kenya’s rich history. 

A 7-day trip, for example, might be a good fit if you are looking to explore only Masai Mara and Amboseli. Travellers who are really strapped for time may also sample the Nairobi national park during their brief trip. A 3-7 day visit would, however, be rather short and hurried if you are looking to explore the country’s larger wildlife circuit or the popular beach resorts that dot the East coast towns of Mombasa, Watamu, Diani, Malindi, Lamu, etc.

4. Which Are the Best Places for Kenya Holiday Tours?

The list of sensational, tour-worthy places to visit in Kenya is endless. We have the Maasai Mara, which houses over 90 different mammal species, 450 bird species, a plethora of luxurious resorts and restaurants, and an exciting list of activities for you to do. 

On the other hand is Ol Pejeta Conservancy, which houses two of the world’s only remaining northern white rhinos. Ol Pejeta is also home to a vast array of black rhinos, giraffes, zebras, antelopes, warthogs, cheetahs, lions, and hyenas. It also serves as a migratory route for a ton of African elephants. The area is also home to the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary, the only place in Kenya where you can spot chimps. 

Mombasa is the best place to be if you are looking for white sand tours. Along Mombasa, we recommend Watamu beach, Mombasa Old town and Fort Jesus – a UNESCO world heritage site- and Lamu Island. Samburu National Reserve is a viable choice for wildlife viewing and seclusion in a relaxing wildlife haven. We recommend Hell’s Gate National Park if you are looking for spectacular sceneries.

5. Other popular all-inclusive Kenya safari destinations include:

6. What is the Most Visited Kenya Holiday Destination?

It is estimated that over 300,000 tourists visit Masai Mara every year; this accounts for more than a quarter of the total visits Kenya records annually. It is quite obvious why Masai Mara records such high numbers of tourists. First, is the Great Wildebeest Migration, a largest-of-its-kind phenomenon that features over 1.2 million wildebeest, antelopes, and zebras. Second is its wide-ranging wildlife.

Over 90 different mammal species in the park, including the Big Five, cheetahs, hyenas, rhinos, and over 450 bird species. The third is its beautiful array of luxury, mid-luxury, and budget accommodations, and last but not least, its serene ambience. Then there is the fact that Kenyan guides are not only fluent in the country’s two official languages but are also multi-lingual natives who can effortlessly communicate with you while showing you the country intimately.

7. How to Get to Kenya from the UK for All-Inclusive Kenya Safaris

Kenya airways as well as British Airways operates both direct and connecting flights from London Heathrow. You can also fly to Kenya from most top cities and countries around the world. These include USA, Italy, Spain, Germany, India, and others.