When people talk of a safari in Africa, what crosses many people’s minds is visiting Kenya. The thought of rushing wildebeest herds in the Mara to the fascinating cultures of the Samburu and Maasai people, the Pink Flamingos on the Rift-Valley Lakes, the sweeping views of endless savanna views and the relaxing views of the African sun set over the magical Mount Kenya are all reasons enough for one to visit this destination over and over again. The attractions in Kenya have made the country a charming African destination with a wide variety and incomparable natural beauty. The country’s verdant riverine forests, grasslands, mountain slopes, towering plains and as well as semi-deserts offer a wonderful range of wildlife habitats and an equally broad choice of activities to holidaymakers during their Safari in Kenya. The country has a number of national parks and game reserves which are internationally renowned for their large number of animals commonly seen during game drives including huge herds of wildebeests, zebras as well as buffalo, in addition to giraffes, lions and elephants. The Annual Wildebeest Migration which takes place in the southwestern part of the country is the number one wildlife attraction for Kenya, attracting thousands of tourists into the country every year. It includes million of hooves of wildebeests, zebras and other antelopes thunderously matching across the open plains in search for green pastures and water, and this great herd is normally followed by several predators.
The richly diversified cultural heritage of the Kenyan people is another thing that has attracted thousands of tourists into this beautiful country. There are about forty (40) different tribes each of these having their own cultural norms and practices; however, the Maasai are the most renowned. Explore the various soda lakes found in the Rift Valley such as Lake Nakuru popular for the thousands of beautiful Flamingos commonly seen on the lake shore. Don’t miss out on the amazing national parks and reserves in this country that offer you a chance to come face t face with some of the world’s known fierce animals and the big cats. Join our exciting guided game drives in Masai Mara game reserve, Meru national Park, Amboseli park, Tsavo East and Tsavao west national parks, Sambura national reserve as well as Lalklpla reserve. We offer you a great opportunity to explore Kenya in utmost comfort and a very unique style, living in some of the finest hotels, safari lodges or tented camps in Kenya. Our well experienced team of experts has put up a number of itineraries that will help you explore this beautiful country a land of endless adventures. These include our wildlife and Big Cat safaris, cultural tours and sightseeing trips.