Kenya is a treasure trove of diverse attractions from the Great Rift Valley to the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya; a magical place with wide open savannahs and unique scenery.
Kenya’s national parks are the real home of the Big Five with the notable and famed Maasai Mara National Park sprawling into Tanzania, and game reserves that offer the most opportune base to observe one of the world’s great natural wonders – The Great Migration. It is an enthralling wildlife experience you will never forget!
You may also like a soulful bush walk in the footsteps of the Masai warriors, distinguished in their height, adorned in rich-red robes and elaborate beaded jewellery. Laikipia Plateau, set in a private concession within pristine wilderness, is known for expert tracking of endangered rhino and community involvement.
Here an occasion awaits to go a little off the beaten track whilst appreciating the importance of conservation that involves local communities.
Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Mombasa, Kenya’s second largest city, where you can visit Old Town, influenced by the city’s slave trade culture with many examples of Portuguese and Islamic architecture.
Plunge into the powder white sand beaches dotted throughout the country along the coast, lapped by the Indian Ocean. Kenya’s diverse landscape offers visitors the playground from which to tick off the bulk of their bucket-list!