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Walking Safari, Masai Mara, Kenya

Exclusive Family Escape to Laikipia and the Coast



10 Days

Prices Start from

£6,800pp (ex. flights)

Suitable for

Family Gatherings Families

Enasoit offers exclusive game viewing and safari indulgence in one of Kenya’s most visually tantalising areas, whilst the Alfajiri Villas provide a private beach experience beside the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Combine these two properties for a wonderful Kenya holiday – perfect for multigenerational groups.

Key Highlights of this Itinerary

Main Lounge with View, Enasoit, Laikipia, Kenya 1

Enasoit Game Sanctuary

Have exclusive use of the fantastic Enasoit Game Sanctuary and its beautiful camp.

Cessna Caravan plane, Kenya 2

Private Flights

Travel with ease and comfort, taking private charter flights within Kenya.

Sundowner, Kicheche Bush Camp, Masai Mara 3

Tailored Safari

Have the flexibility to relax by the pool or explore on guided game drives.

Family on camels, Kenyan coast, Kenya 4

Beach Activities

Snorkel, swim and relax from the comfort of the Alfajiri Garden Villa.

Why we like it

Exclusivity and flexibility are of paramount importance during this trip. Ideally suited for larger, multigenerational groups, this journey offers a wonderful – sociable yet private – safari and beach experience. Enasoit provides fantastic game viewing tailored to fit each member of the family, whilst the Alfajiri acts as the perfect base for both exploration and relaxation.


Explore our suggested itinerary

  • Day 1
    Nairobi - Laikipia
  • Day 2 - 5
  • Day 6
    Laikipia - Kenyan Coast
  • Day 7 - 9
    Kenyan Coast
  • Day 10
    Kenyan Coast - Nairobi

Now for the details

Game drive, Enasoit, Laikipia
Enasoit, Laikipia, Kenya

Exclusive Lodge

Private, flexible and secluded in its exclusive nature, Enasoit offers a very different safari experience. Arrive by charter flight and stay in the beautifully situated private camp. A nearby waterhole and salt lick means that wildlife is never far away, with subtle lighting allowing for unparalleled nocturnal sightings.

The emphasis at Enasoit is on relaxation, comfort and flexibility. Each member of the group is free to do as little or as much as they desire. Game drives operate during daylight or at night, whilst bushwalks offer a closer-to-the-ground safari experience. The game here is wonderful, with the resident lions a particular highlight.

Bus Breakfast View, Enasoit, Laikipia, Kenya
Enasoit, Laikipia, Kenya

Slow Safari

For those who wish to spend some time relaxing, the separate pool house offers a retreat away from the main camp. Situated beside a rocky outcrop, this garden-encircled pool sits beside a pair of thatched cottages, which can also provide accommodation for larger family groups.

After a swim in the pool, receive a massage from the on-site masseuse, whose services are included for the duration of the stay.

Sea view, Garden Villa, Alfajiri Villas, Kenyan Coast
Alfajiri Villas, Kenyan Coast, Kenya

Private Villa

Leave Laikipia behind, taking another private charter flight to Diani Beach on the Kenyan coast. Here, a beautiful collection of private villas dot this idyllic Indian-Ocean coastline. Stay in the wonderfully spacious Garden Villa, which is ideal for large groups or extended families.

Spend time relaxing in this beautiful, desert-island location. Unspoilt beaches, palm trees and weather-beaten dhows complete the scene, providing a wonderful backdrop against which to swim, snorkel and sunbathe.

Tropical fish, Kenyan Coast, Kenya
Kenyan Coast, Kenya

Beach Activities

Whilst relaxation is key at this indulgent villa, the location offers many options for the more actively inclined. Snorkelling trips are led by local fisherman, using traditional fishing dhows. Venture offshore and dive amongst the colourful, animated marine life of the Indian Ocean.

At an additional cost, kite surfing, scuba diving and horse riding can all be arranged.


Below you can see some of the wonderful places we recommend you stay on your journey.

Enasoit £££££

  • Kenya
  • Safari and Wildlife Lodge

Enasoit is a stylish, exclusive-use property perfectly suited to large groups or families with an emphasis on very personal service in a charming family estate, set in its own private game-rich reserve. The very stylish lodge is designed with local materials and a clever combination of thatch and canvas rooms, the six tents sleeping up to 12 guests with extra beds available for children. There is also a lovely pool set within a tropical garden, but if you drag yourself away from here, then there are a host of activities to be enjoyed at your own pace, from day and night game drives, guided walks and horse-riding as well as a chance to charter Enasoit’s private helicopter to take you fishing or around the peaks of Mount Kenya.

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Alfajiri Villas £££££

  • Kenya
  • Beach and Island Escapes
  • Villas / Exclusive use

These three stunning private villas are set overlooking the quiet southern reaches of Diani beach. Each one is perfect for those looking for complete privacy and exceptional, but unobtrusive service. All of the villas are fully hosted, with a la carte meals served privately and a butler on hand to help with all your needs.

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A note on price

Prices will vary depending on the time of year you are travelling. Prices do not include international flights. Please ask one of our Travel Experts for an accurate quote. Flights purchased through Steppes Travel departing from the UK are ATOL protected.Prices will vary depending on the time of year you are travelling. Prices do not include international flights. Please ask one of our Travel Experts for an accurate quote. Flights purchased through Steppes Travel departing from the UK are ATOL protected.

This Itinerary
From £6,800 Per person

When to travel

Kenya in January

The hottest month across much of the country, and an excellent time to spot wildlife with lower visitor numbers. The seas are at their clearest, the landscape is still lush, but it is dry and sunny in general.

Kenya in February

The high temperatures continue, and it remains virtually dry, but the landscape should still be fairly green. Conditions are still excellent for wildlife viewing, with lower visitor numbers.

Kenya in March

The start of the main rainy season, but still good for wildlife viewing with the chance to see newborns.

Kenya in April

This is not the ideal time to travel. Some lodges close as the rainy season gets into full swing. Roads can be treacherous, and the coast becomes very hot and wet.

Kenya in May

May is the height of the rainy season and so many places will be closed with driving conditions becoming poor due to the heavy rainfall.

Kenya in June

The rains start to abate, and the landscape is as green and lush as it gets. This does make spotting wildlife a little trickier, but it is a beautiful time across the country.

Kenya in July

The start of the mass migration into the Masai Mara. Dry weather dominates across the country, with the occasional shower. This is the coolest month, with visitor numbers increasing.

Kenya in August

This is peak season in Kenya, especially in the Masai Mara, where it is the peak of the Great Migration. Exceptional game viewing is possible as animals congregate around watering holes and rivers.

Kenya in September

The weather remains dry, and there are still fantastic opportunities for game viewing in the Masai Mara as wildlife gathers around watering holes.

Kenya in October

As the temperatures rise, so does the chance of a shower or two. The herds of wildlife begin to leave the Masai Mara, but plenty of residents can still be seen. Visitor numbers are lower and it is a great time to visit across the country.

Kenya in November

The start of the short rainy season, as temperatures continue to increase. Many destinations are open, but around Laikipia, places close at this time.

Kenya in December

The end of the year brings the peak of the short rainy season. Hot and wet conditions dominate, but the scenery is beautiful and green, and there is still plenty of wildlife to be seen.

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