From its soaring mountain peaks to the tropical ocean beaches, Kenya is a delight for all the senses. The well-managed wildlife preserves and national parks give you the Big Five: lion, elephant, rhino, leopard and buffalo, and it doesn't stop there. Come for the famous wildebeest migration which will leave even the most jaded traveler awestruck; hike the slopes of Mt. Kenya; visit the Masai tribes in their traditional villages; witness turtles laying eggs on the never-ending beaches; and enjoy the liveliness of the cities.
Kenya’s natural richness is based on its incredible variety of different ecosystems and habitats which include sweeping savanna, dense forests, freshwater lakes, river deltas, alpine meadows and coral reefs. Lake Nakuru National Park’s thousands of pink flamingos are well-known but it is also the best place to see leopards and white rhinos. Tsavo National Park is the country’s largest and supports a great variety of savanna wildlife. Amboseli National Park has the backdrop of Kilimanjaro and herds of elephants. Snorkeling and diving are the highlights of Malindi Marine National Park. Many wildlife sightings are seasonal and accommodations vary from park to park – let us help you to craft a trip that will give you the best of Kenya.