Are you looking for a rewarding family holiday in Africa? A Kenya holiday for parents travelling with their children is full of pleasant surprises. Kenya is a great destination for a family holiday and our range of Kenya family holidays will keep children of all ages fully entertained and educated.
We offer short and long family holidays in Kenya, which can be tailor-made to suit your special needs and taste as a family. Kenya is one of the most popular destinations for family holidays due to its ‘Out of Africa’ scenic beauty, diverse cultures and abundant Africa wildlife. Kenya also boasts superb footprint-free beaches and warm tropical waters, thus ensuring a complete Kenya safari holiday experience. Mombasa hotels and resorts have everything you could want to keep the kids occupied – and plenty for the grown-ups too!
If you’re tired of the same old holiday routine, then try any of our stunning family holidays in Kenya because they are unique and tailored for parents travelling with children. Our family tours feature child-friendly locations and accommodation and where children have a lot of activities to do. Some of the amazing locations featured in our Kenya holidays are:
The Giraffe Center in Nairobi is a wonderful and refreshing “Out Of Africa” excursion in Kenya. It offers parents and their children a rare opportunity to interact with the endangered Rothschild giraffe. Visitors can feed the giraffes and take guided walk in the sanctuary nature trail. There are about 14 resident giraffes at the Giraffe Centre.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Ol Pejeta Conservancy in the Laikipia Plateau is a 90,000 acre wildlife conservancy situated between the foot hills of the Aberdares and Mount Kenya. The conservancy hosts a chimpanzee sanctuary while the open plains, acacia forests, hilly slopes and swamps provide diverse habitats for a wide range of species such as the black rhino, elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, Grevy’s zebra, giraffe, cheetah, Thomson’s gazelle, Grant’s gazelle, black-backed jackals, ostrich, baboons, waterbuck, oryx, eland and more. Birds will not disappoint with several hundred species present on the conservancy.
There are a wide range of activities to enjoy on the conservancy such as game drives, walking safaris and horse-riding.
Bomas of Kenya
The Bomas of Kenya, a tourist village in Lang’ata suburb, is about 12 kms from Nairobi’s capital city. Bomas (meaning homesteads) displays traditional villages belonging to the several Kenyan tribes, aimed at promoting Kenya’s rich cultural diversity of her 42 tribes. Tour traditional villages for a series of tribal cultural shows entertainment.
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Karen, Nairobi, is named after the late David Sheldrick, a famous Naturalist and founder Warden of Kenya’s giant Tsavo East National Park in which he served from 1948 until 1976. The Trust is famous for saving and conserving orphaned rhinos and elephants, which faced extinction. Visitors are allowed to visit the farm between 1100hrs and 1200hrs when elephants and rhinos return from the forest for their milk feed and mud-bath for an hour. They return to the forest at 1200hrs.