Discover Kenya

Land Of Contrasts

Kenya is a world unto itself; a land not only of magnificent wildlife but also of amazing landscapes, beautiful lakes, a tropical coastline, strong ethnic traditions, hospitality and artistry. Blessed with a pleasant climate, palm-fringed beaches, white snow-capped mountains and massive wilderness areas that are filled with spectacular wildlife all year round. Combining fascinating history, some of the world's best wildlife viewing and a population with a wealth of fascinating tribal rituals, it is easy to see why travelers love to come back.

 

 

Highlights of Kenya

  • Masai Mara Reserve, greatest concentration of wildlife on earth
  • Amboseli, with stunning backdrop on Kilimanjaro
  • Masai Tribe, with their vivid red cloaks and exquisite jewellery
  • Lake Naivasha, picturesque lake, hippo point and great for birdwatching
  • Indian Ocean, palm-fringed beaches, luxury hotels

Parks

Masai Mara Reserve

Maasai Mara is at the top of most people’s wish lists on a Kenya safari holiday. A gloriously beautiful, wildlife-rich savannah landscape with traditionally dressed Maasai.
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Maji Moto Village

A small, environmentally-sensitive retreat, operated by Masai people. A stay here will immerse you with intense natural beauty of the Loita Hills and the culture of the Masai tribe.
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Lake Naivasha

A very picturesque and the second largest freshwater lake in the Kenya’s Rift valley is a unique hippo point and a world class birding destination. Also known for its Flower farming.
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Tsavo National Park

One of Africa’s largest wilderness reserves, pure of wilderness. Land of Lava, Springs, BIG 5 and still famous for the legend of man-eating lion and its red elephants.
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Amboseli

With its awesome view of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, Amboseli National Park offers a unique and breathtaking backdrop for viewing large herds of Elephants, Giraffe,...
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Attractions

Elephant Orphanage

The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust aims to protect elephants and rhinoceros orphaned as a result of poaching. Visitors are invited to witness the good work being done by the organisation.
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Elsamere Center

A sanctuary for orphaned big catsa is a bird watcher's paradise with exciting activities on offer, from a boat trip in the lake, a walk on Cresent island are just few of them.
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Thomson's Falls

The Falls descend a 74m cliff creating mist that feeds the dense forest below. Visitors can view the falls from above, or there's a trail down to the bottom of the ravine.
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Karen Blixen Museum

The farm house gained international fame with the release of the movie ‘Out of Africa’ an Oscar winning film based on Karen’s an autobiography by the same title.
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Gede Ruins

A historical and archaeological site is now heavily overgrown with beautiful indigenous forest trees, baobabs and tamarind making it an excellent place to observe wildlife with ruins.
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Beaches

Diani Beach

25 km long white palm fringed sanded beach is one of the most exclusive locations for Kenya beach holidays and a tropical vibrant intimate little paradise.
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Watamu

Watamu beach is the most quite, peacful and safe beach in Kenya. Has been as voted top ten beaches in the world. A paradise for divers, bird watchers and photographers.
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Lamu Island

The island itself is a beautiful place of rolling dunes and endless beaches, where tiny villages nestle among coconut and mango plantations. But Lamu's real attraction is its Old town.
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Funzi Island

Tucked away inn a private peninsula where beautiful natural scenery, colorful images of Swahili history and timeless traditions are hidden. Is a perfect place to escape from the outside world in style.
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Malindi

It is plunged in an exotic and luxuriant landscape in an oasis of calm and beauty. It is the best spot on Kenyan coast for surfing and great for exploring the mangrooves using glass bottomed boats.
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Cities & Towns

Nairobi

It has become one of Africa's most interesting cities, one that never seems to sleep. A place of great contrasts where race, tribe and origin become facts of a unique Nairobi character.
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Mombasa

The true heart of Mombasa is found in the exotic old town, among the narrow winding streets and Arab architecture. The air here is always heavy with the scent of spices.
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Kisumu

Kisumu is a quiet port town on the shore of Lake Victoria, with wide streets and fine colonial architecture. The best way to appreciate the beauty of this region is on the lake itself.
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Narok

Narok Town is the last major town when travelling by road from Nairobi to Maasai Mara National Park. The Narok town stands as a center for services, business, and finance.
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Nakuru

Home to lake Nakuru where large numbers of flamingoes can be seen foraging in the shallow lake. Chances of seeing a rhino are better than any other park in Kenya.
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