Africa’s Original Safari Destination

With vast savannas, an astonishing assortment of wildlife, and people with a rich history and culture, Kenya is at the top of many travellers lists of African countries to visit. Here, you’ll be able to experience some of the highest concentrations of wildlife on earth in a variety of ecological zones, primarily savanna, wetlands, grasslands and forests. Witness the Great Wildebeest Migration and Amboseli’s legendary elephant herds against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro – Kenya promises not to disappoint.

Ever since its film debut in ‘Out of Africa’ in 1985, people from all over the world have flocked to this East African paradise at the promise of safari glamour and wild romance. Known as Africa’s original safari destination, Kenya does not disappoint, from its physical beauty to the longevity and conservation of its lands.

Kenya’s white, crisp beaches dotted with palm trees along the Swahili Coast make for a fantastic bush and beach combination, thanks to endless stretches of Indian Ocean shoreline and vibrant seaside communities.




Amboseli forms part of an elephant migratory corridor between Kenya and Tanzania, with snow-capped Kilimanjaro as the backdrop; famed for being the best place to get up close to herds of these free-ranging giants.

Relaxed groups of buffalo, zebra, giraffe and plains game populate the park, along with predators including lion and hyena.

Only 200km from Nairobi, Amboseli is easily accessed by road and air and is readily combined with surrounding reserves like Tsavo National Park, as well as a Tanzania safari.


Teeming with wildlife and home to an abundance of big cats and plains game, Maasai Mara National Reserve forms an extended corner of the Serengeti, named in honour of the Maasai people.

A year-round Big 5 safari destination, the Mara is the only protected area in Kenya with an indigenous black rhino population, supporting one of Africa’s largest populations.

Wildebeest are the dominant inhabitants, with numbers estimated in the millions as they migrate north of the Serengeti in search of fresh pasture.


Spanning over 2.2 million hectares of semi-arid grasslands and savanna, Tsavo is split into two national parks named for the Tsavo River – Tsavo East and Tsavo West.

Renowned for large herds of elephant and mesmerizing landscapes, Tsavo’s geographical features, including highlights like Mudanda Rock, Lugard Falls and Mzima Springs, complement the Big 5 game viewing experience.

The park is famous for what is known as the Tsavo lions; adult male individuals that often lack manes altogether.