JUNE 2022


Enjoy Incredible Savings of 50% Off SkySafari Kenya Itineraries with The Companion Offer

Guests can now take advantage of SkySafari Kenya’s special Companion Offer on all Kenya itineraries throughout 2022. Book one seat and receive a 50% discount for the second person on both eight day and 10 day itineraries in Kenya. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity, which includes all the wonderful extras that SkySafari is known for but at a heavily discounted rate.

With seamless VIP transport through airports to our private planes, guests will then take off to enjoy the most exquisite camps in the best wildlife locations.

Begin at the foothills of the breath-taking snow-capped peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro and indulge in the beauty of Amboseli National Park at Tortilis Camp on the 10 day itinerary or for those heading out on an eight day safari, start in the magnificent Meru National Park at Elsa’s Kopje. Then fly on to Loisaba Tented Camp, where you can learn about the incredible research and conservation projects taking place in the remarkable 56,000 acre Loisaba Conservancy. Spend the final nights of your safari adventure at Sand River in the awe-inspiring preserved savannahs of the Masai Mara.

We ensure every detail is taken care of along the way – from optimising the chances of seeing the Big Five to knowing how you take your G&T.

Contact us at or +255 782 600 049 to book your Kenya itinerary today. Offer is valid for every second person per double/twin. Valid for all SkySafari Kenya itineraries and departure dates throughout 2022. This offer is not combinable with any other offers and excludes park / concession fees.


Three Epic Kenya Options Include Eight or 10 Nights and a 13 Day Journey Combined with Tanzania

SkySafari offers guests three Kenya options, both including the Masai Mara and Loisaba but can be twinned either with Amboseli for a ten night stay or Meru for an eight night journey or Tanzania for an East Africa extravaganza.

The SkySafari 10 night Kenya itinerary begins with an overnight in Nairobi and includes two nights at Elewana Tortilis Camp Amboseli in the foothills of the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro bordering Amboseli National Park. Guests will then fly on to Elewana Loisaba Tented Camp in the impressive 56,000 acre Loisaba Conservancy, one of Kenya’s most important elephant corridors where they will have time to learn about the amazing research projects and conservation efforts that take place in the vibrant eco-systems with spectacular views across to Mount Kenya. The final nights are spent at Elewana Sand River Masai Mara in the famous fertile savannah of the Masai Mara.

For the eight night itinerary, guests will spend a night in Nairobi before taking the exclusive SkySafari plane north to Meru National Park, steeped in the rich history of Born Free and the location where Joy and George Adamson raised the lion cub Elsa, the inspiration for Elewana’s beautiful lodge Elsa’s Kopje. They will then fly onto Loisaba to meet modern day conservation heroes working to protect the conservancy’s rich bio-diversity. The eight day adventure culminates at Sand River Masai Mara where guests will be sure to complete any outstanding game viewing wish list.

For travellers with more time and a lust for an immersive East Africa experience, The SkySafari East Africa itinerary has been carefully crafted to combine the magic of two African safari giants in one seamless epic journey. The 13 day itinerary starts with an overnight in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi before being whisked off in a SkySafari plane from Wilson Airport to Elewana Tortilis Camp Amboseli for two days before heading to Elewana Loisaba Tented Camp and then Elewana Sand River Masai Mara. Day eight of the safari adventure will see guests fly over the border into Tanzania to the Serengeti National Park to check-in to either Elewana Serengeti Migration Camp or Elewana Serengeti Pioneer Camp. Both camps are the perfect base to explore the abundance of game on offer from the Big Five and cheetah to huge plains herds. The last two days of the journey will be spent staying at the lavish Elewana The Manor at Ngorongoro, an elegant Cape Dutch-styled property tucked into the Tanzanian highlands, ideally situated to explore the nearby Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro Crater. The journey will conclude with a flight back to Arusha where guests will be offered a day room at the Elewana Arusha Coffee Lodge, before departing for their journey home.


Our Experienced Guides on the Ground Share Why They Think Kenya is Such an Exceptional Destination

Ali Makenzi, Head Guide at Tortilis Camp, Amboseli

“There are so many combinations of habitat in Amboseli including grassland plains, bushland, woodland, swamps, volcanic terrain and the vast dry lake bed of Lake Amboseli, a seasonal lake all framed by majestic views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest freestanding mountain in the world. Many different animals take the journey across the dry lake bed including vast families of elephants. That topped with spectacular dust devils in the dry season make Amboseli one of the best places for photography in Africa, if not the world”

Joel Gachora, Guide at Elsa’a Kopje

“Visitors to Elewana Elsa’s Kopje Meru, can expect to see the most amazing variety and quantity of birds. It is a fact, Meru National Park has over 400 species of birds. The birds of prey are particularly plentiful and impressive. Meru National Park is excellent for birding, and there are a number of special species that can be found like Pel’s Fishing Owl, Somalia Ostrich, Boran Cisticola, Hinde’s Babbler, Golden Palm Weaver and Vulturine Guineafowl”.

Dalmas Maiyan, Guide at Loisaba

“Loisaba is probably one of the best spots to see leopards in East Africa. Unofficially designated as the leopard capital of Kenya, arid and dramatic Loisaba’s rocky outcrops and striking riverine trees provide perfect vantage points where leopards can strike the typical photographic pose. Loisaba Conservancy has recently found social media acclaim with the revelation that it is home to unusual black leopards. These mysterious cats have a rare genetic mutation that results in melanism and are believed to be more common in forested areas where their atypical colouring works to hide them in the shadows”.


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