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Kenya

The Home of Safari

Wh en to Visit?

Warm and drier on the coast, a great time for a beach holiday. High grass in the bush, great to witness the newborn.

Rainy season, many camps are closed for yearly maintenance.

The most popular time for a safari in Kenya with drier months that coincide with the wildebeest migration’s arrival on the Mara. November and December’s short rains are a favorite for photographers and birders.

Highlights

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Beyond the notorious Big Five, what truly sets a Kenyan safari apart is the incredible wildlife frenzy during the Great Migration, where big cats and crocodiles await the river crossings for their chance to hunt.
  • The Great Migration
  • Maasai Communities
  • The Big Tuskers & the Kili
  • Swahili Coast
  • Hot Air Balloon Safaris
  • Samburu’s unique species

Wildlife, culture and
exclusive safari experiences

Kenya’s landscapes are vast and varied. The country’s expansive national parks, fascinating Maasai culture and exclusive conservancies, make for fantastic safari experiences.

Depending on when you visit, you may witness the drama of the Great Wildebeest Migration or be equally awed by glimpses of lions, leopards and cheetahs. The views over the border to Kilimanjaro from Amboseli and adventures in the dramatic Great Rift Valley are just as memorable.

Kenya  has it all memorable safaris, rich in wildlife, culture and history!

Wh ere to Go?

nairobi
Nairobi
Experience the vibrant capital city of Kenya, a gateway to spectacular safaris and rich cultural heritage
maasaimara
Maasai Mara
Experience the vibrant capital city of Kenya, a gateway to spectacular safaris and rich cultural heritage
amboseli
Amboseli
A thriving elephant population set against the backdrop of mount Kilimanjaro makes Amboseli a wildlife photographer's dream.
lakenaivasha
Lake Naivasha
Only 2h from Nairobi, Freshwater lake surrounded by wildlife and lush vegetation.
nakuru
Lake Nakuru
Known for its Rhinos, pink flamingos and diverse wildlife
Tsavo
Tsavo East & West
One of the largest African National Park, known for its large herds of elephants and dramatic landscapes.
watamu
Watamu
Known as the little Italy of Africa, a coastal paradise with vibrant marine life and coral reefs.
lamu
Lamu
Step back in time on Lamu Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site with rich Swahili culture and history.
Diani
Diani Ukunda
Unwind on the stunning white-sand beaches of Diani, a popular destination for water sports and relaxation.
laikipia
Laikipia
Experience wildlife conservation at its best in Laikipia, home to renowned conservancies such as Ol Pejeta, Lewa, etc.
samburu
Samburu
Immerse yourself in the unique landscapes and rare wildlife species of Samburu National Reserve.
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Experience the vibrant capital city of Kenya, a gateway to spectacular safaris and rich cultural heritage
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Experience the vibrant capital city of Kenya, a gateway to spectacular safaris and rich cultural heritage
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A thriving elephant population set against the backdrop of mount Kilimanjaro makes Amboseli a wildlife photographer's dream.
Only 2h from Nairobi, Freshwater lake surrounded by wildlife and lush vegetation.
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Known for its Rhinos, pink flamingos and diverse wildlife
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One of the largest African National Park, known for its large herds of elephants and dramatic landscapes.
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Known as the little Italy of Africa, a coastal paradise with vibrant marine life and coral reefs.
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Step back in time on Lamu Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site with rich Swahili culture and history.
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Unwind on the stunning white-sand beaches of Diani, a popular destination for water sports and relaxation.
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Experience wildlife conservation at its best in Laikipia, home to renowned conservancies such as Ol Pejeta, Lewa, etc.
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Immerse yourself in the unique landscapes and rare wildlife species of Samburu National Reserve.
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