Explore Magical Kenya

What Kenya Offers

Kenya is perfect for travelers looking for unparalleled wildlife experiences, opportunities for authentic cultural interactions with local indigenous communities, and lots of activities. Many travelers visit two to four different regions within Kenya before retreating to the beaches of the coast on the Indian Ocean in Mombasa.

Couples, honeymooners, families, small groups, and solo adventurers can all find the perfect accommodation be it in a classic tented camp, a quirky family-owned lodge, a rustic wildlife tracking camp, an exclusive-use house, or a top-of-the-line luxury suite.


body of water near green trees during night time
Group of Man on a Desert

Many camps and lodges across Kenya are hosted by their owners, many of whom are from families who have lived on the land for generations. If you enjoy warm, home-hosted hospitality, Kenya is a great choice.

Kenya is the perfect destination for an active traveler with outdoor adventures including walking safaris, horseback safaris, and hiking for all levels.

Because Nairobi is a major African hub, it is easy to combine a Kenya safari with virtually anywhere else in Africa. Many of our clients continue their journey to do a gorilla trek in neighboring Rwanda or Uganda.

What is a Safari in Kenya Like?

A safari in Kenya is the holy grail of African safari—there’s truly nothing that compares. Every year, the open and grassy plains of the Maasai Mara are host to one of the most sought-after experiences in Africa and greatest wildlife spectacles on earth—The Great Migration of 1.4 million wildebeest and thousands of zebra and gazelle.

On Kenya’s border with Tanzania, you’ll find Amboseli’s stunning views of the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro and an incredible concentration of elephants.

In the north of the country, the arid landscapes of Samburu are home to several wildlife species rarely found elsewhere in Kenya—including Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Somali ostrich, gerenuk, and Beisa oryx. The colorful Samburu people who live here can guide you on a bushwalk through a wildlife reserve.

Herd of Wildebeest Standing on Green Grass Field
Railway Station Exterior

Just outside the capital, Nairobi, in the Karen suburb is the storied Giraffe Manor where you can have the most unforgettable breakfast in the world in a historic manor accompanied by a herd of endangered Rothschild giraffes who often peek their heads in.

Conservation is central to Kenya’s tourism industry and is of great importance throughout the country for the economy. The work of local communities and families with historic ties to the land ensures the continuity and success of Africa’s wildlife conservation initiatives. From the rhino breeding programs in Lewa to the elephant research at the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and predator programs, there is a groundswell of support for the precious resources of this fascinating country. We also offer immersive, conservation-focused safaris where you can monitor and track wildlife.


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