From wide open savannahs to the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya, Kenya is nothing if not magical. The Indian Ocean meets Kenyan shores to the east, while Lake Victoria joins Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda together in the west. Dust clouds form across the plains as over a million wildebeest and zebra make their annual stampede to and from the Masai Mara plains.
Walk in the footsteps of Maasai guides as you are led through the savannah, or soar above the plains while the The Great Wildebeest Migration rumbles on below in the shadow of a hot-air balloon. Stroll along the foot of Karen Blixen’s Ngong Hills, amble between the rocky walls of Hell’s Gate, or bury yourself in the powder-white sand of the coastline, lapped by the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean Islands.
Home to an array of national parks and reserves boasting an abundance of wildlife—most notably the famed Maasai Mara National Park that runs into the Serengeti National Park in neighbouring Tanzania — Kenya is the opportune base from which to observe one of the world’s great natural wonders: The Great Migration. The Maasai tribe welcome visitors into their villages, eager to teach others about their semi-nomadic lifestyle and the customs of this warrior nation.
Yes, the Masai Mara is incredible and just like all those old school movies of Africa. But there's a lot more to it than meets the eye - from the Great Migration to prowling predators, roaring rivers and luxury lodges. It is quite simply amazing!
Samburu National Reserve
See some of Samburu's unique wildlife on safari in this one of Kenya's best safari destinations. Grevy's zebra and reticulated giraffe are just two of the unusual and unique animals you could find here.
The three parks of the Tsavo Plains make up one of Africa's largest wildlife areas, with Tsavo National Park itself being bigger than Wales. Abundant land also means abundant wildlife - see it all in Tsavo.
The 'Green City in the Sun', Nairobi, capital and largest city in Kenya will undoubtedly be on your agenda for your Kenyan safari as it is almost impossible to do anything in Kenya without paying a visit to the vibrant central hub.
Marvel at the majesty of Kenya's highest mountain or scale to its snow-capped peak. The lush forest & rugged rocky landscapes play host to an array of wildlife so if climbing ain't your thing, there is still plenty to do!
Take a trip to the world's largest tropical lake and kick back on unspoilt beaches, visit secluded islands, sail across the waters on a dhow and fish for the massive Nile Perch! It's a trip well worth taking and will add to your Kenya adventure.
Amboseli National Park
Amboseli National Park, dominated by snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro that provides a superb backdrop for photographing the roaming game, is Kenya's most visited wildlife area.
Aberdare National Park
One of Kenya's best-kept secrets, the Aberdare National Park is just 100km north of Nairobi and home to a rugged mountain range, cascading waterfalls and pristine forests which shelter a vast array of Africa's animals.
The most famous of the islands that make up the Lamu Archipelago, Lamu Island and the surrounding islands feature some of the best coastal accommodation in Kenya.
Kenya's second largest city is a melting pot of peoples and cultures and a fascinating insight into the Arab influence in Africa. And of course, the beaches are beautiful, the coral reefs are pristine and you can escape to a paradise island!
The Great Rift Valley
See this natural phenomenon for yourself and journey the length of Kenya. Take in alkaline lakes full of fluttering flamingos, shower in searing hot springs, climb up a volcanic mountain or wander an island and walk amongst wildlife.
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