With incredibly diverse ecosystems and some of the highest concentrations of wildlife in the world – it’s no surprise that Kenya is where the concept of the safari was born. Kenya offers a unique combination of exceptional game viewing and a vibrant mix of colorful cultures with over 40 different tribes. The Great Migration of millions of wildebeest transiting from the Serengeti in Tanzania into the Maasai Mara in Kenya is one of the greatest spectacles on earth and can be observed in Kenya from July to October.
Kenya offers an amazing range of activities – game drives and walking safaris, mountain biking, camel or horse-riding, snorkeling and diving in the Indian Ocean, climbing Mount Kenya, and sleeping under the stars – this iconic East Africa country retains the charm, adventure, and romance of safaris from years gone by.
Because Nairobi is an international hub, there are many connecting flights to other parts of Africa, especially within East Africa. If you are looking to extend your holiday, consider combining Kenya with nearby countries, such as Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, or Seychelles.