4×4 Kenya- Self Drive Safari in Kenya: 4×4 Africa

Welcome to Kenya the leading destination for self drive Safaris within East Africa to explore the wilderness (Wildlife) to Beaches on Indian ocean. 4×4 Africa offers unique , strong & reliable Rental cars with specialty in Toyota Landcruisers that are licensed for Tourism.

Planning a self drive Safari or Car Rental with Driver, Safari guide? Contact the team of experts to help you plan and book your 4×4 Kenya car rental.

Top destinations in Kenya to explore include the famous Masai Mara game reserve, Amboseli National Park and Tsavo National Park.

Besides wildlife you can head for beach life on the coastal areas that has resorts offering great honeymoon trips for group and private travelers! check it off with the comforts and convenience of your car rental from 4×4 Africa.

Recommended 4×4 Kenya Rental Cars from 4×4 Africa

Landcruiser 76 with Rooftop tent


Traveling to Kenya as a couple? Select Landcruiser 76 series with rooftop tent for Self drive Safari in Kenya, LX is Manual, 1HZ Engine, working AC, diesel, fridge, Radio.


Family Self drive on Long term with cross border to Tanzania or Uganda? Select the Landcruiser 79 series that comes with 2 rooftop tent, long fuel tank range of station wagon from 4×4 Africa.

Land Cruiser v8 Automatic


Discover Kenya on long term rental with 4×4 land cruiser from 4×4 Africa. It takes 4 pax, working AC , Automatic drive , Petrol, working AC with spare Tyre from as low as 100$.

Samburu Game Reserve

Visiting Samburu Game reserve in Kenya on Self drive safari requires a strong reliable Car that is designed for Africa! 4×4 Africa offer classic trips to Samburu Game reserve that is known for the big five watching as its ranked the second visited park after Masai Mara Game Reserve. Explore Kenya Wildlife Safari.

Maasai Mara National Reserve

Masai Mara Game reserve ranked as the best destination in Kenya for Wildlife watching , Open for exploring on Self drive Safari in Landcruiser with pop up roof. Secure your participation in the wildebeest migration, adjustment to Serengeti National Park in Tanzania offers big five watching

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park offers the scenic view of Mount Kilimanjaro National Park in Tanzania and the watching of flamingos on game drive, elephants and other wildlife animals. Its located close to Tsavo East and West with the best drive to connect to the Indian ocean beaches.

Hells Gate National Park

This is a small national park known for its wide variety of wildlife and for its scenery. This includes the Fischer’s Tower and Central Tower columns and Hell’s Gate Gorge. The national park is also home to five geothermal power stations at Olkaria. It is now remarkable for its unique landscape and the diverse wildlife that calls this small park home.

Tsavo East National Park

River galana is one of the top attractions in Tsavo East National Park. It is such a stunning attraction to spot Hippos, Crocodiles and other animals that visit the River. Tsavo East is a marginally better choice than the western side as it is slightly larger and less accessed. It also very good game viewing and birding that is second only to Naivasha.

Lake Nakuru National Park

The flamingos are the most famous attraction of Lake Nakuru National park and it’s one thing tourists are excited to see on their visit to the park; it is estimated that at a given time lake Nakuru can host over a million flamingos meaning you can never miss to see them on your visit as you will also  have a chance to meet Black and white rhinos.


When people think of safari in Africa, a Kenya safari is the one that comes to mind. From the stampeding herds of the Mara to the cultures of the Masai, Rendille and Samburu, and the Pink Flamingos of the Rift Valley Lakes against the backdrop of the majestic Mount Kenya.

Kenya offers sensational safari across diverse National Parks and Reserves, plus stunning Indian Ocean beach resorts, just North and South of Mombasa. Kenya is a magical country to explore. However there are also numerous other amazing African countries offering wonderful experiences and incredible diversity. It seems a pity to travel all this way to only visit one African country!