Blessed with a wealth of natural wonders and the birthplace of ‘Safari’, Kenya is a place where people tend to find themselves. A land where one can discover the equatorial snows of Mount Kenya, the northern deserts, freshwater and soda lakes of the Great Rift Valley, the wavelike savannah of Massai land, ancient bamboo forests and the golden beaches that lead to the Indian Ocean.
With unsurpassed game viewing, Kenya’s National Parks and Reserves are among the best in East Africa. Small specialist parks such as Nakuru with its flamingo encrusted soda lake, offer the budding ornithologist the thrill of a lifetime. Others such as Samburu Game Reserve introduce the remoteness of the semi-arid northern deserts.
The bamboo forests in the Aberdares in the Kenyan highlands are home to the last remaining population of the elusive Eastern Bongo.
From July to November the Massai Mara hosts the unmissable sight of the great migration when 1.7 million wildebeests and 500,000 zebra cross the Mara River
The Kenyan coast, with its palm – fringed beaches, coral reefs and costal woodlands is vast - a large portion of the shore is protected by marine national parks and reserves. Lamu island offers a glimpse into the Swahili coastal culture which makes up a large part of Kenya’s