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Why go to Kenya

Kenya is one of the African countries which most people desire to see and with reason, Kenya is Africa in a nutshell.

Much of Kenya falls within the Great Rift Valley, but this is only one of its many attractions. This country has many world famous national parks (most boasting the Big 5), fertile highlands, scorching deserts, mountains, pristine beaches and marine parks too. It also boasts a variety of ethnic groups of which the Masai with their intricate beadwork and striking red robes are probably the most well known. The great migration is probably the most graphic example of Kenya’s fame. Annually literally hundreds of thousands of Wildebeest, Zebra and other plains game migrate across the great savannah’s of the Serengeti and cross into the Mara in a seemingly never ending stream of wildlife. This exceptional natural phenomenon is world renowned and the sight is absolutely awe-inspiring.









Where to Go in Kenya

Masai Mara

Located in Southern Kenya, in the Great Rift Valley. Has an abundance of animals, including the Big 5.

Amboseli National Park

Situated along the Tanzanian Border. One of the most picturesque places to view game in Africa as it has the backdrop of snow capped Mount Kilimanjaro.

Tsavo National Park

Made famous by the man eating lions of Tsavo, now home to numerous prides and an abundance of animals. Close to the coast which is perfect for those that would like both a beach and a bush holiday. Kenyas largest park, divided into two, Tsavo East and Tsavo West.

Samburu National Park

Has more game per square kilometer than any other park.

Lake Nakuru National Park

Millions of flamingoes tinge the lake pink, while there are more than 400 other bird species to be seen in the area too. One can also find leopard and black rhino and loads of plains animals.

Lake Turkana

Also known as the Jade Lake because of its green colour. Home to huge pods of hippo and home to close on 20 000 Nile Crocodile. The greatest concentration of crocs anywhere in the world.

Lake Victoria

Africa’s greatest freshwater lake. The lake is so huge that it has its own weather system. Fleets of white sailed dhows fish for the Nile perch, which can reach the size of a fully grown shark.

Mt Kenya

Tremendous treks and jagged peaks await on this sacred mountain , Kenya’s tallest and Africa’s second tallest .

Lamu Archipelago

The ultimate Swahili cultural -immersion experience that makes Tanzania Zanzibar blush with envy.




When to go to Kenya

Kenya has an extremely temperate climate despite its close proximity to the equator. It generally has daytime temperatures of about 20 – 25 degrees Celsius (68 – 77 degrees Fahrenheit), but the mountainous regions can be a lot cooler, while the coastal areas quite humid.

There are two rainy seasons in Kenya, the long rains of March and April and the short rains of October through to December. During both rainy seasons, the park roads can become fairly impassable and of course the mosquitoes will be out in full force. For game viewing the dry season is the best as this forces the animals to congregate at waterholes, which ensures that sightings during certain times of the day will be guaranteed. From June to October the annual wildebeest migration takes place , with thousands of animals streaming into the Masai Mara National Reserve from the Serengeti in July and October . During the long rains from March – end of May , the low season things are much quieter and you can get some good deals , this is also true during the short rains from October to December.  For updated weather forecasts across Africa, please visit .

Most Popular Tours In Kenya

12 Day Kenya and Tanzania Camping Safari

1 Week +
This Eastern Africa safari successfully combines the best of both Kenya and Tanzania. Included in this adventurous trip, you will be vising the following well known sites :Masai Mara National Park, Lake Naivasha, Lake Victoria, the Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater & the Masai village.
  • Starts: Nairobi
  • Ends: Nairobi
  • Group Size: Max 16
  • Local Payment: N/A
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2017 Rate from EUR 1,845 pps & 2017 rate from EUR 2,295 pps

56 Day Cape Town to Nairobi Overland Tour

8 weeks
The most spectacular sceneries, wildlife and cultures that Africa has to offer! Experience the absolute top highlights on this 56 day journey of a lifetime.
  • Starts: Cape Town
  • Ends:Nairobi
  • Group Size: Max 18
  • Local Payment:N/A
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2017 Rates from ZAR 66,150 pps and Activity Package ZAR 28,320 pp and Gorilla Permit from USD 630 - 730. 2018 Rate from ZAR 87,340 pps and  Active Package ZAR 42,260 pp

3 Day Masai Mara Fly-In Safari, Sand River Camp

- 1 week
These fly-in safaris are perfect for visitors to Kenya who have limited time to spare, or would simply like to add on a few nights to an existing trip. For client’s convenience the flights are schedule to depart twice daily from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport. Masai Mara is one of Africa’s greatest Wildlife Reserves, most diverse and incredible which offers a wide variety of wildlife including the big cats, Lion, Leopard, Cheetah and the Great Migration
  • Starts:Nairobi
  • Ends:Nairobi
  • Group Size: Min 2
  • Local Payment: N/A
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From USD 1, 724pps (please note that price varies per month of travel)

56 Day Eastern & Southern Africa Budget Camping Adventure

9 Weeks
Every highlight imaginable from Naiorbi thourgh to Cape Town. Gorilla trekking, Serengeti, Zanzibar, Vic Falls, Chobe and the Okavango Delta, the Namib and beautiful Cape Town.
  • Starts: Nairobi
  • Ends: Cape-Town
  • Group Size: Max 30
  • Local Payment: 2017 Rate USD 1,470 pps & 2018 Rate USD 2,190 pps
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2017 Rate from ZAR 41,900 pps and USD 1,670 Local payment and from USD 2184 pp Gorilla trekking permit. 2018 Rates from ZAR 46,700 pps and USD 2,190 Local Payment and Gorilla Trekking Permit (Optional) From USD 720 - USD 780

15 days Discover Kenya & Tanzania Camping Safari

15 days
A Kenya & Tanzania combined camping safari package to the Kenya’s most famous parks with abundant wildlife throughout the year beautiful sceneries, birdlife, flora and fauna.

  • Duration:15 Days
  • Starts: Nairobi, Kenya
  • Ends: Nairobi, Kenya
  • Group Size: From Min 2 passengers per vehicle
  • Rates:From USD 4,775 pp
  • Single Room Supplement :From USD 337.50 pps
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Rates from USD 4,775 pp & Single Room Supplement USD 337.50 pps

26 Days Nairobi to Victoria Falls Overland Camping Adventure

26 days
Encounter top highlights of East Africa on this twenty-six day super safari. Taking in some of the best known National Parks of Kenya including the famed Masai Mara, before heading to the plains of the Serengeti. Wonder at the wildlife rich Ngorongoro Crater - one of Tanzania's many natural gems and bask on the beaches at the warm Indian Ocean coastline and Zanzibar. Malawi is filled with smiling, welcoming faces and Botswana's Chobe National Park is sure to impress. End this trip at the majestic Victoria Falls where you can see the thunderous Falls, or have a go at a number of optional adventure activities. 
  • Duration: 26 Days
  • Starts: Nairobi, Kenya
  • Ends:Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
  • Group Size: Max 30
  • Rates: 2017 Rates from ZAR 35,595 pps & 2018 Rates from ZAR 36,000 pps
  • Local Payment:2017 Rates USD 1,400 & 2018 Rate 1,690 payable to tour guide in cash
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2017 Rates from ZAR 35,595 per person and USD 1,400 Local Payment payable to the guide in cash. 2018 Rates from ZAR 36,000 per person and USD 1,690 Local Payment payable to the guide in cash.