Kenya has been a magnet for safari seekers in Africa, attracting both explorers and adventurers alike. It is the world’s most diverse safari destination. From the palm – fringed coastlines in Mombasa, Diani and Lamu to the central based summit of Mt. Kenya towering to the height of 17,057ft above sea level, to the northern semi-arid grazing lands and lush tea plantations; Kenya’s attractive landscapes ca only be equaled to its rich, vibrant cultures.
Kenya is twice as big as Nevada, neighbored by Somalia in the north east, Indian ocean to the east, Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania and South Sudan. The country is bisected by the western branch of the Great Rift Valley, which is one of the most fertile rangelands in the world supporting agriculture all year through. Other than its famous national parks and destinations like Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru; it is as well renowned for its overhanging snowcapped mountain summits which provide adventurous experiences and their scenery is unequalled, favoring classic safari adventures.
Listen to the elephants trumpeting within the open plains of Amboseli, and witness the great wildebeest migration crossing via Mara river from Serengeti. A visit to Lewa wildlife conservancy will enable you to scout for the newly introduced black rhinos and learn about different conservation processes available here; or listen to lions roaring across the Mara savannah, all bringing authentic African safari experiences to life.
A safari to Kenya is designed to take you to remote places where there are no crowds, expect the crowds of animals only! Kenya is also home to the traditional Masai people, the ancient cattle nomads who have for generations settled on the fringes of Amboseli and Masai Mara national parks in the south eastern region. In the central north lies the semi-arid Samburu national park which is home to the Samburu people, Somali ostrich, elephants and reticulated giraffes.