For many years, a safari in Kenya has stood tall as the ultimate African safari experience. Made famous by its depictions in classic Hollywood movies and novels, the endless plains of the Masai Mara have long-since captured the imagination of all who love the African continent and its abundance of wildlife. While the annual Wildebeest migration captivates audiences around the world, the great vastness of Kenya plays host to a myriad of other incredible events every single day.

While the Masai Mara is deservedly the most famous attraction in Kenya, it is most certainly not the only one. Marvel at the beauty of snow-capped Mount Kenya or enjoy a cocktail on the beaches of the wonderfully warm Indian Ocean. Dive off the coast in the magnificently coloured coral reefs or sail across the idyllic Lake Victoria. For the city types, take in the bustling markets of Nairobi – a fascinating melting pot where colonial architecture and influence meet African spirit and culture.

With an equatorial climate that’s pleasant and warm through winter, but hot and humid in summer, most visitors to Kenya choose the cooler months when animals are more active. That said there is something to see and do in Kenya all year round. The country boasts remarkable geographic diversity and a single holiday could include game drives and bush walks, horse riding and hot air ballooning, snorkelling, diving, surfing, canoeing…or even camel riding!

With its incredible cultures, geographic diversity, abundance of wildlife, friendly attitudes and fantastic climate, Kenya is the perfect African destination for the whole family, an adventurous thrill seeker or love-struck couples celebrating their honeymoons. With so much to see and do, let our Kenyan specialists help you to craft the ultimate East African experience and get exploring!

Popular Travel Destinations in Kenya

Amboseli National Park

Made famous by the iconic photographs of elephants crossing the plains with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background, Amboselli National Park is becoming increasingly popular with tourists …/

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Diani Beach

Kenya is known to be an excellent destination for combining the best of the bush and the beach, and Diani Beach is the ultimate in that …/

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Laikipia

Nestled amongst the foothills of Mount Kenya and bisected by the flowing Ewaso Nyiro and Ewaso Narok rivers, Lakipia is a vast plateau of valleys and …/

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Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha is the highest of the Great Rift Valley Lakes and despite having no outlet, it is one of only two Rift Valley freshwater lakes. …/

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Loisaba Conservancy

Set in Northern Laikipia in Kenya, East Africa, Loisaba Conservancy stretches over 20 000 hectares of magnificent African landscape. The terrain is traversed by two permanent …/

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Masai Mara

Most famous for the greatest animal spectacle on earth – the annual wildebeest migration – Kenya’s Masai Mara surpasses all expectations or preconceived notions with its …/

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Mount Kenya

Africa’s second highest peak after Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya is regarded by climbing experts as being a ‘better climb’ than its more popular Tanzanian counterpart. Reaching …/

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Nairobi

The capital city of Kenya and the largest city in East Africa, Nairobi is a bustling African metropolis also known as ‘Safari City’ or ‘Green City …/

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