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Safari meaning ‘journey’ in Swahili, stirs up images of a savanna landscape teeming with wildlife, relaxing outside ones tent while being served a sun-downer around a crackling fire, watching elephants peacefully meander with Mt. Kilimanjaro as the backdrop, meeting Maasai warriors along the dirt track and much, much more. Let us take you there.

We offer you the opportunity to visit the Africa, people only think of in their dreams. In conjunction with our hand selected destinations and hosts we reveal to you a side of East Africa that the majority do not even know still exists. With private access into many areas and destinations, we can offer an insight into the authentic East Africa.

Allow us to take you to our favorite undiscovered private destinations where you’ll experience fantastic
‘forever memories’.

Our goal is to tailor the safari to your specific interests, travel schedule, local wildlife concentrations, and seasonal weather patterns. As our private guests, we will be happy to alter and customize the itinerary once we’ve identified your preferences and wishes.
Osero Safaris has put together a handful of itineraries that allow you to experience a diversity of landscapes, wildlife, activities and cultures while staying in luxurious and exclusive camps.

Click on links to the left for your desired safari.


Our camps and guides are among the best in Africa and have been voted

  • Best Safari Camp by Harpers & Queen
  • Best Tented Camp in the World by Tatler Magazine
  • Top Guides of Africa by Conde Nast Traveller
  • Best Adventure / Helicopter Guide by Harpers & Queen
  • Recipient of Africa’s first Bronze Eco-Tourism certification
  • Top in Africa for Service by Conde Nast Traveller Gold Awards
  • Winner of the British Airways Regional Award for Eco-Tourism among others.

You’ll have the opportunity to experience the very best.

Our recommendation is that you not try and cram too much travel into a short time frame. Slow down, feel your surroundings and take in the magic of Africa. Ideally, on a two-week safari, you should plan on camping in a maximum of 3 well-chosen locations, spending the odd night in lodges between camps.

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