Few other countries on earth offer as much to see and do as Kenya.
Kenya has some of the most heart-stirring landscapes on Earth. World-renowned beaches, national parks, and heritage sites draw tourists to the country from the world-over for the chance to experience the classic African safari as one imagines it.
With savannah grasslands inland, forests and hills to the west, near-deserts to the north-east, and fresh-water lakes to the south-east, the landscape is contrasting and suited to an array of wild animals. All of the Big Five are found in Kenya – lion, leopard, Cape buffalo, rhino, and elephant – and the great wildebeest migration sees two million blue wildebeest cross into Kenya along with zebra, gazelle and eland. Every year from June/July to September/October, these giant beasts migrate from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masai Mara region in Kenya, and the sight is so spectacular that it has been hailed one of the Natural Wonders of the World.Read more ↓
The sights are simply endless, and the national parks are many – each unique, and settled in a different habitat that draws to it different wild animals. There is something for every taste and style, with tropical beaches, green forests and cascading mountains; all within one country.
The country has some of the best national parks and game reserves in Africa. Sitting astride the equator, Kenya enjoys a pleasant year round climate and has a sophisticated infrastructure. There is a variety of accommodation options in hotels, lodges, luxury camps, tree hotels and even private luxury mobile camps in prime wildlife locations.
We had a wonderful, enjoyable time on this safari; we saw lots of wildlife and enjoyed the African hospitality and the people.
Mr/s Baker, Massachusetts, USA