Kenya continues to impress and astonish even the most traveled of visitors. The incredible diversity of wildlife found in the Mara, Amboseli and the other parks in the country is what has made Kenya the destination for the classic safari for the last century. The herds of elephant, the masses of wildebeest and of course lion are just the starting point of any safari. Experience the culture of the traditional Masai that live in Kenya’s national parks. Learn to make fire without matches, take a tour of a typical Masai hut and test your jumping skills against Masai warriors.

For the more adventurous, Africa abounds with extreme activities. Thrill-seekers will want to trek the slopes of Mt. Kenya, Africa’s 2nd highest mountain, as well as try out the white water rafting opportunities in the central part of the country. Those headed to the ocean will find the idyllic white-sand beaches of Mombasa and Lamu to be a soothing escape into a coastal paradise.

Main Attractions:

  • Numerous species of wildlife and plants in the national parks and game reserves

  • Ocean coasts and lake beaches

  • Mountain treks from the very high Mt. Kenya to the volcanic Mt. Longonot

  • Brilliant landscapes of the Rift Valley

  • Prehistoric cultural and archaeological sites in Turkana

  • Culture and people