Kenya

Kenya


Overview

The diversity of Kenya’s people, wildlife and habitats is superbly represented in the country’s many protected areas. While the national parks and reserves aim to protect flora, fauna and ecosystems, the private conservancies give our guests distinctive wholesome experiences that Kenya offers culturally, historically and ecologically. Some regions of Kenya are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Important Bird Areas and other globally-significant regions. No matter how you envision your dream African safari vacation, Kenya tops your expectations in every possible way. For our guests who desire the heart-pounding, non-stop action of wildlife demonstrating an utter will to survive, we recommend Masai Mara National Reserve during the Great Migration. Immense herds of wildebeests and zebras thunder across the savannah plains driven by instinct. The excitement builds further during the crossing of the mighty Mara River when the animals face treacherous water currents, crocodiles and even lions awaiting at the banks to ambush them. For those seeking active-adventure activities of East African exploration, the northern Kenya wilderness of Laikipia offers varied ecosystems that you explore during game drives, walks, camel rides, horseback safaris, village visits, bi-plane flying, and even canoeing in certain areas.

Kenya

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