With an array of stunning landscapes encompassing vast wildlife-rich savannah plains, rugged, snow-tipped mountain ranges, sandy deserts and picturesque, palm-tree lined beaches, along with a diversity of prominent tribal cultures, such as the Maasai, Swahili and Samburu: Kenya often seems to embody the very essence of Africa.
One of the continents primary safari destinations, Kenya’s wealth of wildlife includes large populations of lions, cheetahs and leopards, zebras, gazelles and wildebeest, and a number of endangered species such as the black rhino and the Hirola Antelope, whilst the coastal waters of the Indian Ocean feature well-preserved coral reefs and a variety of fascinating marine-life.
Kenya will leave a permanent imprint on your heart if you let it. The Masai Mara (home of the Great Migration) plays center stage in Kenya's vast array of breathtaking, documentary worthy surroundings. This trip will strap you in for an open top ride through the award winning National Parks and vast open plains. You'll be comforted with safari-style lodges at night.
A number of airlines run direct flights to Nairobi from London, including British Airways, and American Airways.
July - September is the driest period and coincides with the annual migrations in Maasai Mara National Park.
We recommend a minimum of 8 days.
Kenya requires UK citizens to obtain a visa before travelling.
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The only African country to escape European colonialisation, Ethopias has retained much of it's roots and offers all of the stunning wildlife of it's neighbouring countries, but with a deeper connection to the tribes that shaped it.
The Land Of A Thousand Hills