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&Beyond Itineraries A Safari Fit for A Queen – Kenya And the Crown – 10 Days / 9 Nights

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Home of classical safari, Kenya has an undeniable connection to Britain’s colonial era, with its historical aura of elegance and grandeur. In fact, as documented in the recent television series, The Crown, it was in Kenya that Queen Elizabeth first received the news of the death of her father, King George, and her ascension to the throne. Inspired by this and the many other connections between the royal family and this former colonial stronghold, we have created a modern safari fit for a queen, combining Kenya’s most regal landscapes with the most noble choice of accommodation, all inspired with the grace of a bygone era. This grand itinerary visits places made famous by explorers and royals of old, including special touches like vintage vehicles, which will take the intrepid traveller on a journey far back in time.


  • Stay in the famous Norfolk Hotel in Nairobi, host to characters such as Theodore Roosevelt on his epic 1909 safari
  • Walk in the footsteps of legends on an historical tour of Nairobi, visiting sites such as the Railway Museum and Karen Blixen’s home
  • Experience the wilderness of Tsavo from the luxury private camp inspired by none other than the Honourable Denys Finch-Hatton of Out of Africa fame
  • Feel the thrill of walking where the Tsavo man-eating lions once roamed
  • Ride in a vintage 1928 International SS motor truck as driven by Robert Redford in the film Out of Africa
  • Explore the renowned Masai Mara, celebrating the era of classic luxury at Cottar’s 1920, which is reminiscent of a bygone era
  • Enjoy a helicopter flip to Lake Rutundu for a champagne breakfast at the spot where Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton
  • Enjoy excellent photographic opportunities throughout this historical journey


Speak to &Beyond’s travel experts to tailormake your itinerary. Here are some suggestions to start you off:

  • Add to your Kenyan adventure by hopping across the border to Uganda. This puts you within reach of the once-in-a-lifetime experience of tracking Gorillas and takes you to the end of the famous Uganda Railway, constructed doing colonial times.
  • Complement your safari by spending a few nights on Lake Victoria, named for the monarch herself.


  • History buffs
  • Romantic travellers
  • Wildlife enthusiasts
  • Avid photographers

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