Maasai Mara National Reserve is an area of preserved savannah wilderness in southwestern Kenya, along the Tanzanian border. Its animals include lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras and hippos. Wildebeest traverse its plains during their annual migration.
Get into close contact with the Giraffes, feed them and give them a kiss. Learn more about the endangered species and their adaptive behaviors See the baby elephants and even
With its raised wooden boardwalk that allows for uninterrupted views of the animals, the Safari Walk is a show case for Kenya’s Parks and Reserves, allowing visitors to discover what
Enjoy a visit to Hell’s Gate National park and horse riding at the sanctuary farm.
This is an excursion focusing on bird life, walking safari on Crescent Island, adventure activities, boat excursion, biking and hiking and small game viewing.
Hell’s gate is one of the
Go for a game viewing to the park closest to the city then Get into close contact with the Giraffes, feed them and give them a kiss. Learn more about
Have an opportunity to experience Nairobi through the eyes of a street child. During a personal 3-hours walking tour in the city centre (not slum) with max. two guests per
Enjoy this 11.5-hour tour of Lake Nakuru National Park, home to one of the most remarkable wild bird populations in all of Africa. Get up close with wildlife on a
The Bomas of Kenya is a cultural centre at Langata, near the main gate to Nairobi National Park. The talented resident artistes perform traditional dances and songs taken from the country’s various tribal groups, including Arab-influenced Swahili taarab music, Kalenjin warrior dances, Embu drumming and Kikuyu circumcision ceremonies. It’s touristy, of course, but it’s still a spectacular afternoon out.
Five are almost a guarantee on any trip (although rhino are harder to spot). The Mara is also one of the best reserves on the planet for seeing the three big cats: leopard, lion and cheetah. It’s no wonder that the BBC TV show Big Cat Diaries is filmed on the reserve.
The Lake Nakuru National Park is one of the top tourist destinations in Africa, famed for the Flamingos, both lesser and greater, that flock to its shores to feed on the cyanobacteria that live in its alkaline waters. It is a very important breeding ground and stop over for many species of birds.