“If there were one more thing I could do,it would be to go on safari once again.”

Karen Blixen


n/a “World’s Only Wildlife Capital” A short drive from Nairobi’s central business district to Nairobi National Park. Against the backdrop of vast grasslands and urban scrapers, scattered acacia bushes are the habitat of various wild animals, including black rhino, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, buffalo, giraffe, and various birds. In fact, it is one of the easiest parks to visit and perhaps the most unique park. Have breakfast in town and go on a safari in search of lions, rhinos, towers of giraffes amongst other animals! The urban landscape composes your photos of wild animals, and here you will leave beautiful memories. Join us for a ½ or 1 day safari to Nairobi’s top tourist attractions. Let your visit be the beginning of your Kenya safari trip. We have a 1-12 day tour packages from Nairobi.
n/a “The African Elephants Hometown” Amboseli National Park is crowned by Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa, and is one of the most popular parks in Kenya. The name “Amboseli” comes from the Maasai language, which means “salty dust”, and it is one of the best places in Africa to see a large herd of elephants up close. Nature lovers can explore five different habitats here, including the dry riverbed of Lake Amboseli, sulphur spring wetlands, savanna and forests. Amboseli is also a photographer’s paradise. Those wonderful photos you’ve seen of elephants seemingly posing in front of snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro? They were taken here. Kilimanjaro, the largest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world, towers over the park like a stately and photogenic sentinel. And when the clouds burn off at dusk or dawn, you’ll be treated to visions of its snowy peak. But it would be foolish to think elephants are the only wildlife attraction in the park. On your game drives on Amboseli’s great horizons you can spot wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, gazelle and of course, cheetahs and lions. And not to be overlooked smaller mammals like hyena, foxes, jackals, vervet monkey and the yellow baboon abound. They can also visit the local Maasai communities living around the park and experience their authentic culture. Protected Area Type National Park Park Size 390.26 sq. Km Climate Temperature ranges from 20-30 c and rainfall from 200mm – 700 mm ,Two rain seasons: Long rains – March & April & short rains – Nov/ December
n/a “Wild Theater” In the midnight blue waters of the Galana River under the shade of palm trees, the scene of dusty elephants rolling, tumbling and spraying each other is one of the most evocative scenes in Africa. This, together with the 300-kilometer-long Yatta Plateau (the longest lava flow in the world), gives you a unique adventure in Tsavo East. The park is the largest protected area in Kenya. The endless open plains. You are in the true wilderness of Tsavo East National Park, the largest park in Kenya and one of the oldest. Herds of elephants roll down the red dusty soil here, gathering at water fountains essential to sustain life. The image of these giants spraying each other on each other is one of joy and will never be forgotten. Park sparse leaves facilitate wildlife spotting, and it’s not uncommon to stumble upon the distinctive tsavo lion, which lacks the mane that adult males are familiar with. Protected Area Type National Park Park Size 13,747 sq. Km Climate Warm and dry
n/a Start your love story with Kenya, play some of the most prolific games, and feel the true connection with Africa and its beautiful people in this unique and personalized (full of value) safari adventure. No amount of the highest level can describe the river of wild animals in the Masai Mara National Reserve. Each year, more than 2 million animals migrate to the park’s rolling grasslands. The place with the highest density of lions in the world. It shows infinitely large and small wild animals and hundreds of birds. This is the most popular park in Kenya. Here you can see the “Big Five” of African lions, leopards, buffaloes, rhinos and elephants. And about 90 other types of mammals. If you want to see the throne of the Wild Kingdom, you must experience the Masai Mara, the jewel in its crown. Named after the ancient nomadic Maasai people who lived in the communities surrounding the reserve, the Maasai Mara borders the Greater Serengeti in southern Tanzania. Together, the two parks provide feeding grounds for millions of zebras, wildebeest, gazelles, topis and oryxes that cross the Mara River in July each year in search of fertile grasslands. Protected Area Type National Reserve Park Size 1500sq. Km Climate Climate: Temperatures vary between 20oC (68oF) and 30oC (86oF). Mornings in the reserve tend to be bright and clear, but in season, rains develop in the late afternoon and evening. The thunderstorms here can be spectacular. Best time to visit: The reserve is accessible year-round, but the peak season is July through October during the migration. Peak rainfall is in December – January and April – May.
n/a Kenyan coast is an ideal place for everyone who loves calmness and relaxation. It is serene with thrilling beach life, culture, and history. The coast also offers world-class entertainment, activities and accommodation facilities catering to a wide variety of tastes from the young and adventurous, to those seeking sun and relaxation. Wild waters of the Indian Ocean you can play in. A revitalizing sun for that beautiful tan. Welcome to Kenya and sample the seaside life.
n/a This stunning white-sand beach paradise may be the best in Kenya and the African continent. Diani’s long open space is lined with trees and has been voted as Africa’s leading beach destination for three times, creating a laid-back atmosphere. You will not find crowds on this pristine coastline. Instead, you can sunbathe, swim and relax in a refined and comfortable environment here. Even the hotel is low-rise and quiet, so your beach experience is always open in the blue sky and turquoise sea. The ocean here is still very shallow near the shore, so you can hike to enjoy the crystal clear scenery under the waves. Just 30 kilometers (18 miles) south of the coastal city of Mombasa, the golden beach of Diani is surrounded by a coral reef, said to be one of the best in the world. Strolling just a few meters from the beach, the land gives way to lush green gardens, with palm trees, gently swaying in the sea breeze. But in this quiet and private community, there is still a lot to do. You can try camel rides on the beach or go kitesurfing, jet skiing or snorkeling. The bravest even have the opportunity to skydive.

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