Kenya for Teens

Kenya is the perfect destination for teens. It’s exciting, diverse and is one of the best places for safari in Africa. Whether fly camping in the bush or hiking Mount Kenya at sunrise, your teens will create memories to last a lifetime in Kenya.

For adventurous teens, Kenya has endless enthralling options. There’s horse, camel safaris and hot air balloon safaris, buggy, quad and mountain biking expeditions and game drives where they’ll have the chance to view the “Big Five.” And your teens can’t go to Kenya without witnessing the spectacle of the great Wildebeest migration. It’s a truly mind-blowing experience. These activities will excite any teen who’s passionate about nature, wildlife or the outdoors.

There are also many fascinating learning opportunities in Kenya. Guided bush walks with the Maasai tribe can be arranged, this is a special and unforgettable experience. Teens can also learn about the life of the Samburu tribe. This absorbing cultural experience features learning about the history of the tribe, a guided walking tour, witnessing the unbelievable “singing well” ritual, and community visits to a traditional “manyatta.”

Hakuna matata in Kenya, there will be no worries for your teen’s days spent in Kenya. It’s an exciting, inspiring, educational country that should go on any teen’s safari bucket list.

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Off the Beaten Track Kenya

Laikipia & Samburu, Kenya

This is a unique and adventurous itinerary that offers the chance to experience a real off-the-beaten-track vacation in Kenya, taking in some of the country's most scenic areas, from breath-taking views over the Mathews Range to the rolling hills of Lewa, and phenomenal game viewing experienced in a vehicle, on foot, and even by horseback before...

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A Family Adventure in Africa

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