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More than just a safari destination, Kenya is a country that weaves together breathtaking scenery, rich cultural heritage, and warm hospitality. From the renowned savannahs of the Maasai Mara to the pristine beaches along the Indian Ocean, from the soaring peaks of Mount Kenya to the bustling streets of Nairobi, Kenya invites adventurers, nature enthusiasts, and culture seekers to embark on an unforgettable journey of discovery and wonder.

Giraffe Manor

Giraffe Manor

Angama Mara

Angama Mara

Capital City




Kenyan Shilling

Best Time to Travel

 June to October

International Airport

Why Kenya?

Safari Adventures: Renowned for its stunning national parks and wildlife reserves. Visitors can embark on thrilling safari adventures to witness the "Big Five" (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros) and a wide array of other animals in their natural habitat. Maasai Mara National Reserve is one of the most famous safari destinations in the world.

Landscapes: Kenya's landscapes are incredibly diverse. From the iconic Great Rift Valley to the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya, the country offers a wide range of scenic beauty. You can also explore lush forests, arid deserts, and beautiful coastal areas along the Indian Ocean.

Cultural Heritage: Home to a diverse range of ethnic groups, each with its own unique traditions, languages, and customs. You can immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting Maasai villages, learning about the Samburu, or experiencing the vibrant urban life in Nairobi. 

Beautiful Beaches: Kenya's coastline along the Indian Ocean boasts stunning beaches with white sands and turquoise waters. Destinations like Diani Beach and Watamu are perfect for relaxation, water sports, and coral reef exploration.

Adventure Activities: Offering numerous adventure activities, including hiking, mountain climbing, hot air ballooning, and white-water rafting. Mount Kenya, the second-highest peak in Africa, is a popular destination for trekkers and climbers.

Birdwatching: A paradise for birdwatchers, with over 1,000 species of birds, including flamingos, eagles, and the elusive shoebill stork. Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha are popular birdwatching spots.

Culinary Delights: Kenyan cuisine is a blend of African, Indian, and Arabian flavors. Don't miss the chance to try traditional dishes like Nyama Choma (grilled meat), Ugali (cornmeal porridge), and Samosas.

Conservation Efforts: There is a strong commitment to wildlife conservation and sustainable tourism. Many lodges and tours support conservation efforts, allowing visitors to contribute to protecting the country's natural heritage.

Warm Hospitality: Kenyan people are known for their warm hospitality and friendliness. You'll likely encounter welcoming locals who are eager to share their culture and stories with you.

Festivals: Kenya hosts various cultural festivals throughout the year, celebrating music, dance, and traditional rituals. The Maasai Mara Cultural Festival and Lamu Festival are just a couple of examples.

Top Attractions

Wildbeest in Maasai Mara

Maasai Mara National Park

The Maasai Mara is the largest game reserve in Narok,  Kenya, and one of the most famous conservation areas in Africa. The Great Migration is an unbelievable site to behold, and it is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. 

Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya

The highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, Mount Kenya offers various trekking and climbing routes for adventurous travelers.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park

The home of the Big 5, but known for its large heards of elephants, Amboseli National Park was declared a UNESCO-Mab biosphere reserve in 1991. Amboseli National Park's landscape has a beautiful backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro and is second to none, making this a prime location for photographic opportunities. 

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