Feel the Swahili coastline sand between your toes, dive its magnificent coral reefs, then set off in a hot air balloon across its famed Masai Mara grasslands. 

Experience the freedom of what vultures see while they are wheeling above the plains alert for tell-tale movements. You’ll watch snorting hippos, loping giraffe and lions on a kill. These are just some of the many intoxicating experiences magical Kenya has to offer. And when you touch down, witness a pink mirage of over one million shimmering flamingos and, if you’re there at the right time of year, witness the greatest wildlife show on earth – the annual wildebeest and zebra migration pursued by a bevy of over-fed predators.

For the more energetic, climb Mount Kenya, a UNESCO World Heritage site and Africa’s second highest mountain, or take a visit into the world of the indigenous Maasai warriors – with their beautiful red traditional dress – who traverse the huge valleys of golden grasslands.

Safaris in Kenya offer travellers the perfect combination of African tradition and the best wildlife experiences that the continent has to offer.


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East Africa


Kenyan Shilling (Ksh); USD, GBP & Euro accepted


Valid passport required; Visa on arrival at all the main points of entry; Joint Uganda-Kenya-Rwanda visa now available. Commonwealth countries exempt


Short rains: October/November; Long rains: April/May


GMT +3 (1 hour ahead of South Africa)


240V @ 50Hz.; plugs are mostly UK-style, square 3-pin


Yellow fever innoculation is mandatory if coming from an infected area; malaria is present


  • The Masai Mara National Reserve with its abundance of wildlife
  • The annual wildebeest and zebra migration
  • Hot air balloon trips
  • The unforgettable sight of more than one million pink flamingos
  • One of Africa’s best bush and beach combinations
  • Cultural visits in authentic and unique settings
  • Horseback safaris & camel riding trips
  • A variety of water-based activities, such as deep-sea fishing, Dhow trips, snorkelling and diving
  • Climbing Mount Kenya
  • Hiking and rock climbing
  • Guided game walks by Maasai warriors
  • Private conservancies offering exclusive traversing rights, night drives, low-impact tourism and eco-friendly camps
  • A Child-friendly safari destination; ideal for families of all ages

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