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Where it all began…

Kenya is the world’s original safari destination, with classic stories such as ‘Out of Africa’ and ‘Born Free’ documenting an enduring spirit of adventure.  The reason why Kenya is still endlessly popular as a safari destination today is the diversity of what is on offer here. With a wide range of accommodation options, fascinating culture, exciting activities, paradise coastline and unrivalled wildlife spotting, Kenya is very hard to beat. 

When to go?

Kenya’s dry season runs from June to October. The less dense vegetation at this time makes wildlife viewing easier and it also coincides with the spectacular Wildebeest Migration. During the rest of the year there are less people, usually better availability and rates and still excellent wildlife viewing and beach weather.

Best experiences

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The Rift Valley

The landscapes of Kenya are truly jaw dropping. Snow capped Mount Kenya, vast acacia dotted plains and lakes that are home to millions of flamingos, are a photographer’s dream.

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With swaying palms, white sand beaches, turquoise seas and beautiful islands, the Kenyan coast is a paradise for relaxing, snorkelling, or sailing on a traditional dhow cruise. 



From the Big Five, to the Great Migration, beautiful birds to marine mammals, there are over 50 national parks and reserves to choose from in Kenya. The density of wildlife on show is astonishing. 

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The range of adventure activities on offer in Kenya is unsurpassed. Hot air ballooning, walking safaris, camel trekking, coastal watersports, mountain climbing...all add an extra dimension to a classic wildlife safari.  

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Nothing is more uniquely Kenyan than the Massai, but there are many other tribal groups here. Fascinating and authentic local encounters that genuinely support the community are usually the highlight of any trip.

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Giving back

Whether learning how to make beads with a women’s collective, catapulting a seed ball or replanting a coral reef, the positive impact projects we support offer a rewarding and enriching experience.

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