"All Asilia" for family travel
As a parent, perhaps you have dreamed of a memorable Kenya and Tanzania family safari since your kids were young. You have read and seen a lot about these fascinating places and experiences. Now that your kids are at an age where they can appreciate the adventure of an African safari, you want to plan this long-awaited trip. However, Africa is vast, and the distances are immense, making financing the whole family's journey daunting. But don't worry, we have an incredible solution, creating an affordable and user-friendly safari for your family.
One of the two Retreats at Namiri Plains, offering a spacious and luxurious family accommodation option.
Embrace the perfect family safari destinations
Take a deep breath as you picture yourself and your loved ones on an exciting wildlife photo safari. We offer you the fantastic opportunity to be surrounded by your favourite people while exploring the beauty of Africa's wildlife. Depending on the size of your family and your chosen camps or private spaces, this experience can be enjoyed in the privacy of a sole-use open Land Cruiser with a trained, family-friendly, engaging, hospitable, expert guide. You will be immersed in nothing but the breathtaking vistas of Africa and its magnificent wildlife. This journey is sure to be your next best family adventure.
Children on safari are exposed to communities, cultures and customs, as well as remarkable wildlife.
Crossing this trip off your bucket list is now within your reach, and choosing Asilia Africa to organise it is your finest decision yet. You can get instant answers to your questions about moving around the region, selecting family-friendly camps or a private house, and the wildlife you'll see. Say goodbye to all your family safari planning dilemmas and worries!
Our unbelievable All Asilia offer is the perfect solution for limiting the costs associated with family travel. Coupled with our friendly child policy of offering a 50% accommodation rate reduction up to the age of 18 years and available throughout the year, the All Asilia offer begins to make perfect sense for families considering an East Africa safari. This supersaver includes all land and air transfers between airstrips, camps, and national parks, offering incredible additional value and a considerable saving. You must book at least seven consecutive nights, combining any of our safari camps or private units in Kenya and Tanzania of your choice. If you want to extend your family fun and bonding opportunities beyond seven nights, we can advise you on adding extra safari experiences to your travels.
Naboisho Camp features two Family Suites, offering space and comfort for a family of four.
Our finest family camps and private spaces
Across the Asilia portfolio we have a number of safari options suited for family travel, ranging from the migration focused Olakira Camp to the remote adventures of Oliver’s in the south of Tarangire National Park, to the resplendent comfort of Sayari Camp in the northern Serengeti. Rekero, in the Masai Mara, and Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy offer unique experiences either in isolation or in combination with Tanzania. However, for an exceptionally luxurious and private experience, our Jabali Private House, The Retreats at Namiri Plains and Sayari Camp, and our new family suites at Naboisho Camp are pushing the envelope when it comes to creating a private space for families where you can genuinely connect as family in some of the most remarkable wild spaces in East Africa.
Your family becomes our family
On arrival at our camps, your family will be made to feel like our own extended family. Our local camp teams will warmly welcome you with smiles so bright they can illuminate the universe. Our camps are thoughtfully modelled to provide comfort and luxury in the bosom of the African bush. They exude unique charm and character, showcase delectable cuisine and privacy, and are uniquely located to reveal the most breathtaking animal encounters imaginable.
Sayari Camp, in the northern Serengeti, features two Retreats each with a private guide and vehicle, and dedicated chef to prepare your favourite meals.
Brace yourselves for breathtaking variety
Depending on the ages of your children, there are a range of unique and exciting activities which can be arranged for, and enjoyed by, the whole family. From chimpanzee trekking in Rubondo Island National Park on Lake Victoria to educational walking safaris, we have something for everyone. During your adventures witnessing the incredible Great Migration, we can arrange for a sunrise hot-air balloon safari adventure, where you and your family can witness the stunning spectacle of the enormous herds from above, floating silently over the savannah grasslands.
You will have the opportunity to see some of the most breathtaking wildlife on the planet in places such as the famous Masai Mara in Kenya and the endless savannah plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania. Get up close and personal with hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebra, elephant, and the ever-present lion, leopard, cheetah, and more. After an action-packed day, you can enjoy a lantern-lit dinner around a crackling fire beneath the African stars before retiring to your unmatched accommodations.
Jabali Private House, in Ruaha National Park, provides a sophisticated escape for a family safari.
Call us now
Take the first step today, open the conversation, and let us help you prepare for your dream adventure. Please call or email us directly to discuss this incredibly flexible and cost-saving offer. Our knowledgeable safari planning professionals will gladly share helpful information about our superb boutique camps and private spaces and assist you in selecting the best options. We will handle all the regional travel logistics so you and your family can fully immerse yourselves in the experience.
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