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Kenya has world famous national parks and is synonymous with safari experiences offering stunning scenery and abundant wildlife. With the Indian Ocean on its eastern shores to Lake Victoria on its West, it really is a land of contrasts – from Mt Kenya and its snow covered peak, to beautiful beaches, highlands, forests, lakes, and open savannah plains.

    • Population: 49.1 million (2017)
    • Area: 580,367 km2 (48th largest country by area)
    • Capital: Nairobi



The Masai Mara Game Reserve offers superb, year-round game viewing of large concentrations of animals, with the climax being the renowned Great Migration of millions of wildebeests and zebras. To those fortunate to have experienced it, they describe it as a wildlife experience second to none in the world. Covering an area of over 1,500 km2 in southwestern Kenya, the Masai Mara is a land of endless vistas, amazing wildlife viewing, superb safari camps and cultural experiences with the native Maasai people.

  • Witness the extraordinary spectacle of the wildebeest migration or the crossing season (July-September).
  • Engage with local Maasai tribes and bounce around in traditional tribal dance.
  • Game drives in open savannah grasslands.


Kenya Safari

Lake Nakuru National Park, Aberdare National Park, Mount Kenya National Park, Samburu National Reserve and Meru National Park and Kora National Park just to name a few make up the many reserves and protected areas in this region.

  • Laikipia Plateau in enormous, stretching from the rift vale to the slopes of Mt Kenya boasting large population of game.
  • Lake Nakuru is a breeding ground for flamingos which congregate in numbers upward of 2 million birds.
  • Mt Kenya is the second highest mountain in Africa and features a number of permanent glaciers.
  • Meru National Park.
  • Samburu National Reserve.
  • Sera Wildlife Conservancy.
  • Great Rift Valley.

South East

Kenya Safari

The Kenyan coastline to the east of the country is beautiful, particularly the Lamu Archipelago. Moving inland from there are the two world famous National Parks, the larger Tsavo to the east and Amboseli National Park to the west. One of the best views of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is viewed from Amboseli.

  • Unrivaled views of Mt Kilimanjaro and huge elephant populations in Amboseli..
  • Spectacular beaches and coastline.
  • Chyulu Hills for horse back safaris.

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