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Kenya is the ultimate safari adventure, with captivating landscapes of open, grassy plains and abundant wildlife. The many cultures that exist in Kenya make it a highly diverse country. 


  • Visit Nairobi; Kenya’s bustling capital - filled with shops, markets, restaurants, nightlife, architectural landmarks, and educational institutions. 

  • You cannot visit Kenya without making at stop at the David Sheldrick Elephant Trust, a preservation for endangered, baby elephants and Black Rhino. Here, you can engage face-to-face with baby elephants and rhinos who are being rehabilitated and strengthened to be rereleased into the wild. 

  • Explore the Samburu Game Reserve, a serene park where you can observe rare species in their natural habitat, including gerenuk, zebras, giraffes, onyx, and very occasionally, the Kenya leopard. Embark on a unique Samburu elephant safari, where you will see elephants up close and personal, and learn their amazing, individual life stories. 

  • Discover Meru National Park, a completely diverse landscape consisting of jungle, rivers, swamp, and grasslands. Here, you can spot zebras, elephants, buffalos, over 400 species of birds, and more!

  • Relax on the white, sandy beaches of Mombasa County, which are said to be some of the best beaches worldwide.  Enjoy trout fishing in Mount Kenya’s crystal-clear streams. 

Good to know

  • December - March and July - October are dry, which are best game viewing conditions

  • April - June are luscious and green but can be very wet

  • It is easy to combine a trip to Kenya with Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Zanzibar, Northern Mozambique, Seychelles and Ethiopia

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