Kenya is well known for its authentic safari experiences. A land of diverse splendor and beauty, from the famous Mount Kenya to the Indian ocean, he vast plains that teem with wildlife to the arid lands in the north and Great Rift Valley. There are over 40 indigenous tribal groups, each with their own dialect, many of whom have preserved their traditional cultural heritage. An abundance of wildlife await your discovery the wonders of this outstanding beautiful land.
Kenya boasts one of the best climates in the world, an ideal venue for an active holiday. The highland temperatures are cool but elsewhere averaging between 25 ?30 degrees during the day. The coast is humid and balmy. Over most of the country there are 2 rainy seasons – the long rains occurring over the months of April and May, and the short rains in November
Places Of Interest To Explore! / SAFARI HOTSPOTS!
- Aberdares National Park – a highland reserve with unique forest elephant, giant forest hog and protecion for the endangered black rhino.Exciting bird species.
- Amboseli National Park – an Tortalis, Eco lodge dwarfed by the majestic Kilimanjaro, close up and personal with Africa’s Pachiderms.
- Meru National Park – Elsa’s Camp, a hidden African jewel made famous in the film ‘Born Free’ by George & Joy Adamson.
- Maasai Mara Game Reserve – National Park is a wildlife experience unsurpassed in the word. The great Migration herds fill the horizons with one-and-a-half million wildebeest, 200 000 zebra, 18 000 eland and 500 000 Thompson’s gazelle. They cross the crocodile infested waters. This is a dramtic life and death stuggle and a unique experience of nature in its bid to survive and move in search of better grazing.
- Laikipiak – an alluring haven on the northern edge of the northern frontier. Time stands still and the haunting beauty of the wilderness spreads out befroe you. Camel treks and walking safaris amoungst the game with the Laikipak Maasai and professional guides.
- Lewa – the northern foothills of Mt. Kenya, is Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Founded by Anna Merz, Lewa has gained a reputation for extending benefits of conservation beyond its borders. Scenically spectacular and densely populated with exciting wildlife. All income generated goes directly towards conservation and community projects.
- Tsavo National Park– the largest protected area inkenyamade famous by Dr Dame Daphne Sheldericks Elephant conservation projects.