Wild Kenya fulfills every image of Africa your mind could conjure, from vast savannahs dotted with acacia trees to millions of migrating wildebeests and a rich Masai culture that brings life to the land. There’s a reason this east African nation is a bucket-list fixture for nature enthusiasts. Not only do the famed ‘big five’ reside in its 54 national parks and reserves, but you may well spot the odd zebra or giraffe meandering beside the road.
While most use Nairobi as a leaping point for safari destinations like Lake Nakuru or Amboseli, there are plenty of wildlife hotspots near the city. Pay a visit to the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, before heading across town for some giraffe-ternoon tea at the world-renowned Giraffe Manor. Of course, no visit to Kenya is complete without a trip to the Masai Mara.
One of the world’s most magnificent natural spectacles sees millions of animals cross East Africa in search of greener pastures Every year, almost two million wildebeeste embark on a treacherous journey across one of Africa’s largest national parks, fueled by thirst and hunger. Hot on their tails are 300,000 zebra an...Read more
Don your khakis and pack the bug spray – East Africa is calling Blushing sunsets over the Masai Mara, wildlife spotting from a pop-top 4x4 and fascinating ancient cultures – an East African safari is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. This part of the world is truly magnificent, blessed with sweeping savannahs and many of...Read more
Between its animal-rich savannahs, great valleys and sunkissed coastline, Kenya is the complete African package A time-honoured safari destination, Kenya is as diverse as they come. Explore the country from the capital Nairobi, to the magnificent Masai Mara Reserve, and you’ll encounter every imaginable landscape alo...Read more