For decades, Kenya has continued to tower over its peers in Tourism prowess owing to the quality of its service and the generous price tag that accompanies it.
In its 2022 edition of National Geographic Traveller UK, The Luxury Collection, the magazine ranked Kenya's low-carbon luxury as the best safari to try in 2023.
For an eight-day trip, travelers are treated to a multi-destination trip spanning the beloved Giraffe Manor to animal conservancies.
The holiday-makers first spend a night at Giraffe Manor before they are taken to Solio Lodge in the Central Highlands - a Rhino conservancy.
Another destination on the list is Sala’s Camp, in one of the least-visited corners of the Maasai Mara - all for a colossal fee of Ksh1.24 million (£8,400) per person.
The trip is managed by Expert Africa - an award-winning travel company founded in 1994 to offer high-end travels across the world.
The company has 12 Africa specialists and boasts of having sent its customers to 148 lodges in three years.
"Expert Africa is an award-winning travel company specialising in high-quality, tailor-made, sustainable safaris to East and Southern Africa.
"We have successfully sent travelers to Africa since 1994, including all but the first three months of the pandemic," reads a statement on its website.
Expert Africa was ranked top followed by Sky Safari which provides high-end tour in Tanzania with a private plane. The ten-day tour is valued at Ksh1.22 million.
A trip by Best of South Africa Travel that connects properties such as Morukuru River House team well with Cape Town, the Cape Winelands and the Garden Route charges Ksh665,000 for 14 days.
Others rounding up the top five were from Beyond Green in Namibia (the most expensive at Ksh3.7 million for 12 days) and Jacada Travel in Rwanda.