Kenya

Masai Mara National Reserve

Kenya's flagship conservation area.

Masai Mara National Reserve is the site of the dramatic wildebeest migration, and your must-visit location for a wide array of adventurous experiences. Feel the excitement and explore. Join our guided game drives and nature walks in private conservancies. See Masai Mara from the sky, aboard a hot air balloon. Visit our communities and learn more about Kenyan culture.

 

Must See:

Witness the great wildebeest migration during its peak season between July and November.

 

Amboseli National Park

Big game viewing amidst the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro.

Amboseli National Park is a 392 square kilometer park that lies at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. It is the home of large wildlife concentrations, and one of the most popular tourist sites in Kenya. Visit six surrounding ranches and enjoy extraordinary big game viewing at the wetland areas.

 

Must See:

See big game like never before as the beauty of Mount Kilimanjaro looms above.

 

Kenya Beaches - Mombasa & Diani

Lush coasts and white sand beaches.

Get the best of both worlds. From Kenya's safari to the tropical beaches of Mombasa and Diani, your exclusive African getaway is complete. Indulge in the luxurious beach resorts of Mombasa and Diani. Swim and snorkel amidst lush coral reefs. Relax and enjoy the sun, sea and luxuries of Kenya’s beaches.

 

Must See:

Go kitesurfing in Diani, and meet some of its local inhabitants -- black-and-white colobus monkeys.

 

Laikipia Plateau

Your exclusive safari getaway.

Escape the crowd with an exclusive stay at Kenya's newest safari destination. Located at the rim of the Great Rift Valley, Laikipia Plateau boasts of thriving private reserves and exclusive family-friendly accommodations. It is perfect for couples and families who long for exclusivity and luxury.



Must See:

Enjoy the amazing views of Laikipia Plateau while visiting new animal reserves.

 

Meru

Nature's wild and exceptional beauty.

Imagine a park where thirteen rivers and several mountain-fed streams run through lush woodlands and wild open plains. Meru National Park is exceptional in its beauty and its variety of terrains, home to big game animals and more than 300 bird species. It is the setting of Joy Adamson's "Born Free."

 

Must See:

Visit the grave of Elsa, the Kenyan Masai lioness. See her home and the setting of the book "Born Free."

 

Nairobi

An exhilarating experience of “everyday Kenya.”

The largest African city between Johannesburg and Cairo, Nairobi is an amazing stopover. Experience life in "everyday Kenya." Head to the city's suburbs and visit the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Karen Blixen Museum and the Giraffe Centre.

 

Must See:

The city is home to the Nairobi National Park, which provides shelter for rhinos, lions, zebras and antelopes. Visit the Giraffe Centre and feed the Rothschild giraffes.

 

Mount Kenya

Relaxed, family-friendly safari getaway.

Choose any of Mount Kenya's wildlife destinations when you want a more relaxed and less crowded African adventure. Africa's second highest mountain is the location of the Mount Kenya National Park, Meru National Park, the Aberdares National Park and the private Lewa Downs Conservancy. Enjoy adventure and exclusivity that only Mount Kenya can offer.

 

Must See:

Witness the exceptional beauty and diverse wildlife at the Meru National Park.

 

Samburu

Home to big game and rare wildlife.

The Samburu National Reserve is a must for safari veterans and newcomers, alike. It offers the dramatic landscape of Kenya's dry savannahs, where big game and rare species live. Enjoy game viewing along the Ewaso Ngiro River. Learn more about African culture when you join visits to Samburu villages. Take nature walks or bike rides through some of the region's most amazing terrains.

 

Must See:

Enjoy big game viewing at Samburu's forests and savannahs, home to big cats, elephants and rare wild dogs. It is also the home of other rare animals, such as the long-necked gerenuk, besia oryx, Grevy's zebra, reticulated giraffe and Somali ostrich.

 

Lake Nakuru

The bird watcher's sanctuary.

Witness the congregation of millions of pelicans and flamingos during peak season. You can also see more than 400 bird species, as well as other wildlife, such as hippos and rhinos. Lake Nakuru is not just about its flamingos. It also houses the largest population of rhinos in Kenya.

 

Must See:

Visit during peak season to witness millions of flamingos and pelicans as they congregate on the lake.