Three Ways to Experience Kenya with Borton Overseas

Three Ways to Experience Kenya with Borton Overseas

MINNEAPOLIS— Kenya is undoubtedly a top destination for wildlife and conservation enthusiasts, and it remains as wild as it is renowned. Offering guests a wide array of travel options, Borton Overseas makes taking a vacation to Kenya easier than ever!

Travel with the Family

Travel to Kenya with the whole family for the ultimate ecological, cultural, and multi-generational trip. A wide variety of daily activities from which to choose ensures that every member of the family, from the kiddos to Grandma and Grandpa, is able to enjoy his or her own version of what the perfect Kenya vacation should be. Accommodations include child-friendly lodging with programs the kids will love, giving adults time to themselves to really enjoy all that Safari has to offer. Click here for complete Kenya Adventure Family Safari itinerary.

Stay at Traditional Camps

One of the most authentic experiences on earth, Safari is a truly life-changing journey. Meru National Park’s diversity of habitats and species, the Maasai Mara’s world-famous reputation for big game, and the local people’s gentle hospitality and diverse cultures make for an unforgettable trip. Guests will revel in the traditional, yet luxurious, accommodations, including Elsa’s Kopje, Joy’s Camp and Elephant Pepper Camp. Click here for complete Kenya Under Canvas itinerary.

Contribute to Conservation

Campi ya Kanzi means “Camp of the Hidden Treasure” in Kiswahili, and will leave guests feeling good about contributing to a great cause. Run by the Maasai and lying within a 400 square mile Maasai private land in Southern Kenya, the camp is one of the last unspoiled areas in Africa. Campi ya Kanzi has two goals: help the Maasai in preserving their wildlife and cultural heritage, and treating their guests – who will play a huge role in preserving this paradise on Earth – to the most memorable vacation of their lives. Click here for complete Campi ya Kanzi – Kenya itinerary.

Media Contact: Julie Peirano; jpeirano@adventuremedianews.com; 973.714.5632. Click here for media kit. Photos available.

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