I’ve always had travel dreams, ever since I was little.
You don’t have to be a professional photographer to get a great shot on an African safari. Sometimes, it’s just a matter of being in the right spot at the right time.
The East African countries of Tanzania and Kenya are always a great pairing for a wildlife safari. Our clients Bill and Suzanne, having traveled to both, share why these Africa safari destinations should be on your travel radar.
Africa offers so many unique choices for your next African safari. You can kick back on the beach after searching for the Big Five. Or trek through mist-laden forests to see the gorillas. No matter your choice, we have you covered in our list of African safari experiences you cannot miss.
Come with us to remote Kenya and the Namunyak Wildlife Conversation Trust to discover the only place in the world to see the traditions at the singing wells. Unchanged and un-photographed for centuries, this Samburu ritual matches the Great Migration in its rare and captivating nature.
Our Kenya honeymoon will whisk you away on a 10-day journey filled with some of the world’s most isolated landscapes and romantic luxury safari lodges. From Mount Kenya to the Samburu and Masai Mara reserves, share all of the wild sightings and wonderful serenity on a celebratory safari for two.
Do you feel the Christmas spirit yet? Holiday in the Wild, Netflix’s new romantic comedy starring Rob Lowe and Kristin Davis, can help put you in the mood. Filmed in Zambia and South Africa, the movie features two of our favorite year-round safari locations, and calls attention to the ongoing conservation efforts in the region. Go ahead, settle in for a feel-good flick that will leave you longing for a safari for two.
The Kenya Family Safari by Ker & Downey is an all-ages luxury adventure, featuring full-catered accommodations and the flexibility of personalized schedules on an exclusive 10-night itinerary.
Ker & Downey’s Safari and Beach adventure embarks on a journey across two of Africa’s contrasting landscapes: the powder-white sands of glorious Seychelles and the rugged isolation of the vast Kenya bush. This 14-day journey presents idyllic moments in the surf and reflective game drives through the wilderness, both offering their own brands of relaxation and wonder.
Where to go in Africa in 2020? The list is vast! The mention of Africa conjures up thoughts of wildly beautiful landscapes teeming with the contrast of black and white zebra stripes against deep green savanna, the arch of an elephant’s grey trunk, and a proud lion shaking out his mane. Besides the animals, there are a wonderful array of diverse terrains—the crashing Atlantic surf in Namibia, the bizarre forests of Madagascar, and the romantic expanses of Kenya’s Masai Mara. Trust us, narrowing in on where to go in Africa is never easy. But we’ve done the hard part; now […]