- Visit vast national parks and game reserves, rich with wildlife
- Scuba dive or snorkel in the Indian Ocean marine parks
- Experience traditional East African cultures & traditions
- Feel the thrill of the annual wildebeest migration
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Kenya boasts spectacular natural beauty in some of the most unspoiled places on earth. With over 50 national parks and reserves, safari enthusiasts can view some of the most spectacular wildlife, including the famous ‘Big Five’. The stunning and varied landscapes of tropical forests, white-sand beaches, deserts, mountains, wild bushes and savannahs combined with exceptional game viewing and a vibrant mix of colourful ancient cultures comprising over 40 different tribes, Kenya provides endless opportunities for visitors to this incredible country.
- Bisected by the equator and located on the eastern coast of Africa, Kenya is a diverse and friendly country of many unique ethnic groups and tribes.
- Kiswahili, also known as Swahili, and English are the official languages of Kenya. There are over 65 languages spoken throughout Kenya, which mainly belong to the various Bantu and Nilotic tribal populations.
- The climate of Kenya varies by location but is generally warm all year round, with temperature fluctuations mainly determined by altitude. One of the most popular times to visit Kenya is from July to September, which coincides with the Great Migration. From December to February, the landscape is green and lush and a great time to see baby animals and migratory bird species.
Kenya is home to some of the best national parks and game reserves in Africa with diverse ecosystems, from snow-capped mountains, semi-arid desert regions and rainforests, to acacia-studded savannahs, flamingo-dotted lakes, picture-perfect beaches and pristine coral reefs. The annual wildebeest migration is an exhilarating wildlife spectacle where more than two million animals journey across the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem in a year-round pattern following the rains in search of lush grazing lands and water.
Our team are always on the lookout for the best experiences Kenya has to offer, and here are a few of our favourites:
- Maasai Mara Game Reserve
- Amboseli National Park
- Lake Nakuru National Park
- Tsavo East / West
- Meru National Park
- Coastal Kenya
Best known for the Great Migration, the Maasai Mara is one of the top wildlife destinations in the world, with year-round animal sightings and epic landscapes.
Famous for its large elephant herds and scenic beauty, Amboseli is an incredible park located in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro.
With its dazzling flocks of flamingos and diverse birdlife, Nakuru is also home to both black and white rhino and one of your best chances to spot a leopard in Kenya.
Divided into East and West National Parks, combined, Tsavo is the biggest park in Kenya and one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in the world.
With frequent 'Big Five' sightings, Meru is rugged and wild. Made famous as the setting for the book 'Born Free', the park is where Elsa the lioness was returned to the wild.
The Kenyan coast is a tropical paradise of palm-fringed white sand beaches, where the waters of the Indian Ocean meet beautiful coral reefs.