The quintessential Maasai Mara safari delivers many attractions. The crowning moment being the Great Migration made up of more than 2 million wildebeests, zebras and antelopes.
Maasai Mara is a photographer’s dream location with its abundance of elephants, lions, buffalos, giraffes, cheetahs, zebra, wildebeest and a wide variety of other wildlife and bird species. The Mara is the perfect spot for an “Out of Africa” luxury safari. You’ll get to enjoy iconic bush breakfasts and dinners, guided nature walks, soak in the evening beauty with a spectacular sundowner or sit around a bonfire and marvel at the starry Africa night sky.
Spectacular backdrop of Mt Kilimanjaro; take a micro light flight over the plains; See the Big five – also over 400 bird species, including the bee-eater, kingfisher, African fish eagle, marital eagle and pygmy falcon; the Maasai tribe that live in the park.
Come and explore this iconic ecosystem with professional guides and get up close to the large herds of elephants and other wildlife in the park. Enjoy scintillating game drives, bush dinners and magnificent sundowners.
Start the day with a sumptuous breakfast picnic in the bush or wind up your day with a refreshing sundowner against the backdrop of the majestic and snowy Mount Kilimanjaro; Africa's tallest free standing mountain.
The Laikipia plains are covered by open grasslands, lonely kopjes and dense cedar forests, which are fed by the Ewaso Narok and Ewaso Nyiro rivers. Laikipia is a getaway to the Northern Kenya frontier and is regarded as one of the greatest wildlife conservation stories.
The area has been transformed into an open and beautiful wilderness. Laikipia has some of the best luxury lodges that offer wild and exclusive safaris. Laikipia host a wealth of endangered species including the black rhinos, Grevy's zebras, elephants and other wildlife.
Famous for its setting of Joy Adamson's book "Born Free" and home of Elsa the lioness, Meru National Park is beautiful and wild. Meru is a savannah National Park. It is beautiful and wild. It is part of a complex of protected areas along the Tana River.
Wildlife to see here include elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, black rhinos, zebras, oryx, gazelles and antelopes. The area is crossed by numerous permanent streams and rivers which abound with crocodiles and hippos.
If you are a bird lover, you'll fall in love with this place as over 300 species of birds have been recorded here. Small but intriguing, Meru has a feeling of a richer wildernesses and will provide you with a rewarding African bush experience.
Samburu offers Kenya’s greatest – and least changed – encounter with wild Africa. It is one of the most interesting places in Kenya, unique for several reasons: this harsh, beautiful wilderness depends on the steady flow of the Uaso Nyiro River for its existence.
The river waters a variety of animal species found only north of the Equator, including the majestic Beisa Oryx, the reticulated giraffe, the thin-striped Grevy’s zebra, and the ‘giraffe-necked’ gerenuk antelope, which stands on its hind legs to feed.
The vast expanse of the Samburu wilderness, its iconic wildlife delivers an out of this world wilderness experience.
Nairobi, as a capital city, is unique in having a wildlife park on its doorstep. Indeed the city abuts the park on all but the southern perimeter so it is possible to photograph a rhino, browsing peacefully among the whistling thorn with high rise office buildings in the background.
Nairobi has plenty of attractions besides the park. It has world class hotels, restaurants serving all types of cuisines from African, Indian, Chinese, Ethiopian, and Italian to Japanese among others. You can also take a short excursion and pay a visit to the Karen Blixen Museum (once home to the author of the evocative “Out of Africa” book), the Giraffe Centre, and Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.