Kenya is one of the most important tourist destinations when one considers going on Safari. Its natural beauties and friendly people, as well as its high standing hotel infrastructure and excellent transport network makes it the biggest recipient of tourism in Africa.
The great connections from Nairobi with the neighbouring countries and mainly with Europe and Asia make Kenya’s capital the gate to the world of safaris.
We will find in Kenya a great number of Parks and Natural Reserves with thousand of animals whose sightings will provide us with a wonderful and unforgettable scene. It is worth highlighting the Great Migration which takes place in Masai Mara – between July and October – and which sees millions of herbivores from Serengeti in Tanzania returning to their green pastures. Anyone who has the chance to witness such natural spectacle will be left breathless.
Masai Mara, Amboseli, Nakuru, Samburu, Tsavo …… there are so many things to do and see in Kenya that we will not reveal all its secrets at one time, let us keep quiet about some of the many surprises that our Safari has in store for you.
Complete and luxurious Safari visiting the best of Kenya. It lasts 15 days and goes past Nairobi – Ol Pejeta Ranch (Laikipia) – Samburu National Reserve – Aberdare National Park – Lake Nakuru National Park – Lake Naivasha – Masai Mara Game Reserve – Amboseli National Park (Kilimanjaro) and West Tsavo National Park.
This thrilling Safari will take us from Nairobi to Aberdare National Park, Samburu and Masai lands and the Rift Valley: Nakuru, Baringo, Naivasha. It is an 11-day-Safari.
Mixed in Kenya and Tanzania
This thrilling Safari takes the traveller to the jewels of Northern Tanzania and includes the mythic Amboseli National Park in Kenya, home to the towering snow-capped Kilimanjaro dominating the savanna. It is a 11-day Safari.
Kenya Parks and Reserves
Masai Mara is considered by many to be one of Kenya’s finest Game Reserves. The rolling grasslands offer ideal game viewing and photographic opportunities and the grassy plains are broken by rocky outcrops which are a favourite midday resting places for Lion, for which the Mara is famous.