A kaleidoscope of accommodation options is available within Kenya, all carefully selected to provide superb opportunities to experience the fascinating local culture and prolific wildlife opportunities.
Luxury tented camps, thatched stone cottages, camel treks with riverbank fly tents, fine dining, swimming pools and traditional bush safari camps are all possible under the intoxicating aura of the magical Kenyan skies.
With an area larger than France, Kenya extends itself to incorporate a vast wealth of contrasts from the snow-capped peaks of Mt. Kenya to arid desert wilderness. From extinct volcanoes to sprawling savannahs and breathtaking beach coastlines to the phenomenal concentration of spectacular wildlife within a staggering 48 National Parks, Reserves, Marine Parks and Game Sanctuaries.
The greatest game show on earth begins in July when the Migration of over 2 million wildebeest and zebra arrive from the Serengeti, Tanzania for the precarious crossing of the Mara River onto the grassy plains of the Masai Mara Game Reserve.
The Masai Mara offers excellent year-round game viewing with the largest population of lion recorded. Birdlife is as prolific and diverse as the game, on the open plains an incredible 53 species of birds of prey have been recorded and sightings of the mighty Secretary Bird is not uncommon.
Home to the creation of Joy Adamson’s book, Born Free, the Meru National Park is wild and beautiful. Straddling the equator, the diverse scenery changes rapidly from intrepid mountain slopes of the Nyambeni Mountain Range to the wide-open plains strewn with 13 meandering rivers and mountain fed streams.
Matriarchal elephant herds festoon the wide-open plains of Amboseli under the watchful eye of the mighty snow capped peak of Kilimanjaro. Journey into the Maasai Manyattas (villages) to meet the extraordinary Maasai women and experience the traditions of the Morans (young warriors) dance their tribal rituals.
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