Adventure, activity and holidays to Kenya

Kenya has endless savannah plains and scorched deserts interrupted by snow-capped mountains, cool highlands and equatorial forests. The scenic coastline possesses the atmosphere of a paradise island and is sprinkled with colourful coral reefs.
The highland areas of Central Kenya – including the Laikipia Plateau – provide rich soil for farming, making Kenya one of the most agriculturally productive countries in Africa; this area is considered the fertile breadbasket of the Kenyan people. Four rivers, of which one is perennial, flow through the area making for an even more compelling locale for animals and people alike.

Best Season:June - October
Popular Location: Maasai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo National Park, Samburu, Buffalo Springs, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha

Kenya Holidays

The very best of Kenya holidays and tours

    Explore the North

    A unique experience as you head to the dry and rugged Area. It’s an important area as it’s the Cradle on mankind and has the largest Lake in Kenya “Lake Turkana” , Regarded as the largest breeding area for the ...

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      Explore + “Luxury”

      Nairobi is a cosmopolitan city that is rich in development and infrastructure. From fine Cuisine to multi cultures , From Excursions to bustling Night life , From Sports Bars to Casinos , From Malls to Museums , From ...

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        Explore the Maasai Land

        The Maasai people are generally pastoralists who have a rich culture and till date they are proud in their lifestyle and beliefs. Many parts of the country have names that have originated from the Maasai People and ...

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          Explore The Great Rift

          The Great Rift Valley in Kenya dates back to 25 million years ago. It’s formation in Kenya paved way to the creation of outstanding scenic beauty , Fresh Water Lakes and Reserves full of wildlife. Lake Nakuru is a ...

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            Explore Special Five

            I personally love the Northern Route as with the Crossing of the Equator our wildlife have been categorized as the Northern and Southern Species. The drive up to the North is an interesting one as you pass fertile farm ...

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