Do you want to live an exciting safari? Kenya is the perfect destination to explore African wildlife and return home with unforgettable memories for the rest of your life. Wherever you look you will be surrounded by the spectacle of nature. You can see elephants bathing in the river and see huge migratory herds of antelope and buffalo on the plain. Fly by plane between the Amboseli and Maasai Mara nature reserves for incredible views and feel the comfort of luxury accommodation throughout the journey.
For decades, we have been in love with the country where safari first originated: Kenya.
Between the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and the Maasai tribes, to the ancient Rift Valley, Kenya is defined by its culture, high-end safari and iconic landscapes.
We’ve spent a lot of time perfecting our list of the best lodges, the best safari itineraries, and the most authentic cultural excursions. Kenya is one of the top safari destinations in Africa. The value of seeing 1.5 million wildebeest crossing the Mara River is incalculable. In addition, we specialize in combining your safari in Kenya with beaches in the Seychelles and Zanzibar.
Vast grasslands teeming with wildebeest and antelope, acacia trees providing shady retreats for leopards, and vast salt lakes splashed pink by flamingos – Kenya is everything you imagine a safari destination to be.
Our specialists have explored every one of the country’s parks and reserves, and use their world-class knowledge to help you plan your ideal trip.
The Great Migration takes place every year in the Masai Mara, where members of the Big Five can also be seen. A vacation to Kenya also presents the opportunity to learn about the local Maasai culture, and spend time relaxing on the palm-fringed, white-sand beaches of the country’s long stretch of coastline.
An attractive destination for the first-time safari visitor, Kenya has a very good reputation for providing travelers with a host of highly rewarding safari experiences. An alternative to the classic vehicle safari is to enjoy a hot air balloon safari over the Masai Mara, highly recommended.
The dry season in Kenya is from July to September, the time of year when the famous Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra takes place. Therefore, this is undoubtedly one of the best seasons of the year to go on a safari in Kenya.
The rainy seasons are also good times to travel, as there are fewer people and it is possible to admire the striking vegetation. December can be a great time to travel as the rains are short and you have the opportunity to see many newborn animals as well as migratory bird species. The months of long rains in March, April and May are very wet.
Interesting facts about Kenya
Kenya has some of the oldest paleontological records in the history of man.KENYAN ENVIRONMENTALIST MAATHAI WAS THE FIRST AFRICAN WOMAN TO WIN THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE IN 2004.The Great Rift Valley was formed about 20 million years ago, when the earth’s crust was split.THE COUNTRY’S LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME IS COFFEE.