Kenya is a classic and iconic safari destination that consistently rewards visitors with amazing wildlife sightings, authentic cross-cultural interactions and a wide variety of outstanding experiences.
As part of the greater Serengeti ecosystem, the Maasai Mara National Reserve and its surrounding conservancies are home to one of the densest and most diverse wildlife populations on the planet. Dynamic events like migratory wildebeest river-crossings and the ever-unfolding drama of predator and prey leaves all guests awestruck and amazed. Lions, cheetahs, leopards, zebras and giraffes abound.
The towering, snow-glazed spires of Mount Kenya, the second highest peak on the continent, give way to the verdant hills of the Laikipia region. Huge wildlife conservancies in this area mean night drives, walks and traditional safari game drives to look for rhino as well as active opportunities for longer or more remote hiking and trekking.
Further North, in the frontier lands, lies the arid Samburu region where you can encounter gerenuk, oryx and Somali ostrich.
After your safari, relax at the iconic Diani Beach on Kenya’s coast. It's the perfect spot to wash off the safari dust, enjoy some incredible seafood, relax and reflect on how amazing your adventure has been.
Whether you are coming or leaving Kenya, you’ll pass through Nairobi, which is worth exploring for a day if you have the time. Hand feeding giraffes, visiting an elephant orphanage, visiting the Maasai market and taking in a beading workshop are a wonderful way to experience this gateway to East Africa.
Maasai Mara National Reserve
Laikipia and Samburu Regions
Maasai Village Visits
Amboseli National Park
Samburu Camel Trekking & Camping
Tsavo East and West
Chyulu Hills National Park
December - March
June - October
Our Favorite Camps and Lodges:
Emboo River Camp
Cottar's 1920's Camp
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