Kenya, the original safari destination, is a vast and beautiful country. Geographically interesting and culturally diverse it is undoubtedly home to some of the best safari opportunities that Africa has to offer. It has, unfortunately, recently been the victim of negative press and people have been put off by the perception of ‘packaged’ safari by minibus through crowded parks. With Travel Africa, your Kenyan safari is tailored to your desires making each trip - whether it is a romantic honeymoon, adventurous riding safari or an epic family adventure - a truly original and exclusive experience.
Marvel at the wildebeest migration, laugh at the antics of wallowing elephants and hear the lions roar. Drink a sundowner with the silken air brushing over your skin as you listen to the night noises all around you, before falling asleep beneath the stars. This is the stuff of dreams and the foundations of memories that will last a lifetime.
Whether you choose walking wild with the Sumburu and their camels, staying in rustic tented camps, or a high-end safari staying in characterful lodges or secluded luxury camps, your safari is tailored to suit your wishes and your budget.
Kenya is an excellent family holiday destination where you and your family can ride horses or camels and learn the fascinating culture of the Maasai.
Kenya offers riding visitors the experience of a lifetime, whether you are looking for an exculsive group riding safari or incorporating short day rides as part of a wider safari itinerary.
Choosing a honeymoon in Kenya will be an unforgettable way to begin your life together. Private, off the beaten track locations give you time to discover yourselves in comfortable and excitingly original lodges and camps.
Kenya lies on the equator In East Africa with the Indian Ocean to the south-east. It is bordered by Tanzania to the south, Uganda to the west, South Sudan to the north-west, Ethiopia to the north and Somalia to the north-east.
Kenya combines well with...
Wildebeest Migration - A truly awesome event which spills into the Masai Mara.
Amboseli National Park - Experience herds of elephant & stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro.
The Great Rift Valley - A geological wonder!
Lake Naivasha - A birders paradise.
Mount Kenya - Its snow capped peaks tower over the Laikipia Plateau, a refuge for the endangered black Rhino.
Camel Walking Safari - A unique and interesting way of seeing and experiencing the great African bush.
Kenya can essentailly be divided into six regions, each of which has its own very distinctive character and set of attractions. We would recommend areas such as Laikipia, in the shadow of Mt Kenya, with its magical privately owned concessions which do so much for conservation, coupled with the famed Masai Mara, Meru, Samburu or Amboseli. These highly regarded National Parks provide incredible Big 5 viewing along with top class guiding and your tourism contributes hugely to the conservation of these pristine areas, its people and the protected animals therein.
Kenya is about more than just safari however, so why not combine the best of both worlds? Enjoy a Kenyan safari followed by a relaxing time on the coast, which offers not only white sandy beaches, lapped by the clear blue Indian Ocean, but also snorkelling, diving, deep-sea fishing and adventure sports.
22nd WORLD TRAVEL AWARDS
KENYA Wins World’s Leading Safari Destination!
Africa’s Leading National Park - The Maasai Mara
Africa’s leading Beach - Diani Beach
There are no hard and fast rules concerning the weather. Conditions can vary enormously from year to year and from region to region. Sometimes the rains don’t come, sometimes there are showers at the most unexpected times of year. This is a very rough guide to the seasons and weather conditions you might expect to encounter. If you would like to discuss the conditions in more detail, please call us and we will be pleased to help.