Immerse yourself in nature with a safari in Kenya. Visit some of the top wildlife areas in Africa, boasting pristine landscapes and impressive numbers of game and birds. Combine this with cultural tours to the Masai and Samburu villages, two popular tribes that co-exist with wild animals.
Reaching a height of 5,199 meters above sea level, Mount Kenya is the second tallest mountain in Africa. The scenery surrounding this designated World Heritage Site is breath-taking. It is pristine wilderness with lakes, tarns, glaciers, dense forest, mineral springs and a selection of rare and endangered species of animals, high altitude adapted plains game and unique montane and alpine vegetation. Visitors can enjoy mountain climbing, camping and caving with the mountain’s rugged glacier-clad peaks providing the perfect backdrop.
The Maasai people of East Africa live in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania along the Great Rift Valley on semi-arid and arid lands. The Maasai occupy a total land area of 160,000 square kilometres with a population of approximately one-half million people. Nomadic and subsistence farmers, they’re best known for their colourful dress, intricate bead necklaces and their dancing that involves high jumping.
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Visit the incredible Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Tanzania. The focal point of this stunning 8292 km2 space is the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater. It is hard to believe that the actual rim of the crater is an astounding 2286m above sea level – a veritable mountain.
Visit one of the most popular parks in Kenya. Find Amboseli National Park in the south in Loitoktok District, the Rift Valley Province. Mount Kilimanjaro forms a spectacular backdrop, as this is close to the Tanzanian border.
Welcome to Nairobi, capital city of Kenya and also the biggest city in the country. Welcome to the bustling economic, political and administrative hub of Kenya, and headquarters of many international aid agencies.
Visit a national reserve that is often regarded by travelers and guides in Kenya as the best of Kenya’s reserves. Explore the vast 165 km² Samburu National Reserve and see how it has retained a naturally tranquil and quiet atmosphere due to its remote location and fewer visitors. Enjoy a uniquely pristine safari!
Visible from space, it is truly worth experiencing the Great African Rift Valley, one of the geological wonders of the world, stretching from the Middle East into the southern African country of Zimbabwe. Meet the Maasai people who live here, nomads who farm cattle and integrate their livestock with the natural environment.
Travel to Mount Kenya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site to the east of the Great Rift Valley and the second highest mountain in Africa after Mount Kilimanjaro. Explore this ancient extinct volcano with its rugged ice-capped summits, Afro-alpine moorlands and diverse forests that illustrate extraordinary ecological processes.
A must-see in Kenya is this second largest freshwater lake in the world. Lake Victoria was named after Queen Victoria in 1858 by John Hanning Speke, the first European to view the lake.
Consider a visit to the 9 500km2 Central Highlands in the Laikipia Province, fast becoming the emergent popular “go to” wilderness destination for safari enthusiasts globally.
Ever heard of the legend of the man eaters of Tsavo? Well, long ago in 1899, during the construction of the Nairobi-Mombasa road and railway, two large lions actively preyed on the railroad workers, claiming over 100 victims! Tsavo Plains, comprising Tsavo West and Tsavo East National Parks, forms one of the largest National parks in the world.