For those in love with nature and wildlife, Kenya will be your first destination of choice. You will actually be spoilt for choice.
Known for its geographic diversity, Kenya supports an extraordinary range of wildlife. The country’s premier national parks and reserves, the Masai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo East and West, Samburu-Buffalo Springs, Meru and Laikipia, are all home to most or all of the Big Five, i.e. lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and Black rhino.
The Maasai Mara as one of the top five reserves in Africa for lion and cheetah sightings, the leopards, along with other less glamorous carnivores such as spotted hyena, jackals and bat-eared fox. Indeed because of the annual wildebeest migration it was ranked among the new seven wonders of the world. Amboseli is one of the top places in Africa for watching elephant interactions at close quarters. Boththe black and white rhino, can be spotted in Tsavo West, Meru, Lake Nakuru and several of the reserves on the Laikipia Plateau.
The more arid northern reserves, most notably Samburu-Buffalo Springs, support a quite different set of grazers, Beisaoryx, Lesser kudu, Guenther’s dik-dik and the unique Long-necked gerenuk.
The multifaceted culture of Kenya is expressed in different forms, ranging from its people and language, food, music and dance, art, artifacts, theatre and literature to its ethnic values and ethical norms. Combined with other traditions, these forms of expression and lifestyle form an identity that is uniquely Kenyan.
With over 40 ethnic groups, Kenya has diverse Cultural activities like no other. Here you can visit a traditional Maasai village, experience the hauntingly beautiful music of the Swahili people on the Kenya coast, take tea in Kericho; participate in camel riding in mararal, join the Luiya community in the bull fighting or the weel long Lamu cultural festival.
You can also visit the mysterious stone-age monuments of Western Kenya, the world-famous streets of Lamu’s Old Town, or patrol the forest caves of the Aberdares where once the Mau Mau freedom fighters fought for Kenya’s independence.
Kenya has 536 kilometers of pristine white-sand beaches. They are ranked top in the world and have whistling palm trees, coconut trees, the bluest waters and year-round sunshine.
Choose from the various beaches:Nyali Beach, Shanzu Beach, Bamburi Beach, Diani Beach and Tiwi Beach. They are the perfect topical paradise where you can peacefully relax or engage in some fun activities such as kite surfing, wind surfing, kayaking, sailing, diving, snorkeling, camel riding, volleyball etc.
Lamu Island is full of beautiful white sandy beaches, which are perfect for ultimate relaxation during vacation. Manda Bay and Shela beach are the most popular beaches in Lamu. Vipingo beach is located near Kilifi in a coastal area which consist of Swahili villages. Surrounded by greenly vegetation of coconut palms, the water is calm and crystal clear.
Tiwi, a small settlement in Kwale County, has its fair share of a beautiful sandy beach in Kenya. The beach is located north of Diani Beach, which is about 17 km south of Mombasa.
Turtle Bay is a long stretch of beach; about 7km long is located on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya, about 15km south of Malindi. The beach is known for its local reefs, clear water and soft white sands.
One Day Tours
Whenever time is a constraint you can chose from our range of excursions and overnight tours. Whether its water rafting in the sagana river, a visit to the giraffe park or feeding the elephants at the david sheldrick, a visit to the Nairobi National park, just talk to us .
Picking the best hotel, goig through reviews can sometimes bea daunting task. There are times you need a helping hand, and this is where we come in, we have awide pool of hotels, lodges and tented camps both in the wild and the major cities. We can help you out in booking the accommodations for you and we also offer transfer servces to the hotels.