Suggested Length: 10 days/9 nights

Starts From: $15,500 per person, based on a 2 person minimum

Country: Kenya

Northern Kenya represents one of the last wild frontiers in Africa. Take a memorable journey through a beautifully untouched wilderness region, only recently opened up to tourism, and learn about the intricate details of the northern Kenyan landscape — its rare and unique wildlife, people and cultures, developing an understanding of how community conservation works.

Northern Kenya has a fascinating history and its current status within the conservation world is so exciting, with great potential going forward, thanks to communities that have aligned with a common vision: to conserve natural resources, and embrace conservation as their core value. The Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) supports rural communities across 39 conservancies to govern wild spaces, lead development projects and build sustainable economies. Wildlife moves freely and is thriving, with elephants returning in large numbers after they were poached out in the 70s and 80s.

Few people, including Kenyans, have visited, let alone explored the pristine far reaches of the north, which is what makes this safari so special and exclusive. However, what makes it meaningful is its careful curation by NRT’s Director, Kieran Avery, who intimately knows the people, wildlife, and the complex web they weave in this untamed place he calls home.