Kenya is the home of the original safari, and teeming with game, is still deservedly Africa’s most popular wildlife destination.   One-tenth of all land in Kenya is designated as National Parks and reserves, the most famous being the Masai Mara playing host to the annual migration of thousands of wildebeest and zebra. North of the equator, the Laikipia Plateau stretches from the slopes of snow-capped Mt. Kenya to the rim of the Great Rift Valley. Here you can combine game viewing to view Kenya’s endangered Black Rhino with activities such as mountain biking, river rafting and a camel safari. Amboseli and Samburu Game Reserves lie off the beaten track and are famous for vast herds of elephant. For relaxation, the magnificent Indian Ocean boasts beautiful white sandy beaches and marine reserves where the pace slows to that of the Swahili fishermen.

Luxury tented camps and private bush homes, inherited in the wake of the first pioneers, all contribute to conjure up a collage of images that have become synonymous with an African safari.

Why we like it

  • The Masai Mara 
  • Giraffe & Gerenuk 
  • It is 'Out of Africa'
  • Tribal Diversity
  • The Climate
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