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Welcome to Kenya nature travel. Lapped by the Indian Ocean, straddling the equator, with Mount Kenya rising above a magnificent landscape of forested hills, to the Great Rift Valley with its extinct volcanoes and hot springs, the sun kissed Savanna, arid deserts and magnificent wildlife Kenya is truly magical.

Hot Air Ballooning

Balloon safaris are one of the best ways to experience beauty of the Masai Mara. As the colourful balloon floats into the sky- the crisp fresh air, the soft calls of indigenous birds, the sound of...

Karoga

Karoga in Nairobi:
“Karoga” is a Swahili word that means “stir” and is very popular amongst Kenyans during the weekends. It is often done under “Banda’s”...

Karura Forest

Karura Forest is a popular site for walking, cycling, jogging or simply sitting quietly with a book or a picnic. A wonderful and tranquil place for exploring the waterfalls, caves, streams, stands...

Kenyan barrier Reef- Diving and snorkeling paradise

The Kenyan Barrier Reef is the second longest reef in the world, covering a distance of more than 140 miles from Shimoni to Malindi. They are home to more than 140 species of hard and soft corals...

Mt. Kenya

Scaling Mt. Kenya is a must visit for the mountaineering enthusiasts from around the world. The panoramic views of volcanic peaks, wide valleys, wilderness, abundant wildlife, stunning mountain...

The Equator

Kenya is among the 13 countries in the world where the Equator passes through. Here you are able to stand with one foot in the Southern Hemisphere and one foot in the Northern Hemisphere as you...

The Great Migration

The world’s most quintessential wildlife experiences, the annual Great Migration in Africa is an event like no other. Each year, millions of wildebeest, zebra and other antelopes gather up their...

The Great Rift Valley Lakes

Lakes of the Great Rift Valley lakes in Kenya hold remarkable birding sights. Kenya has over 1,000 species of birds and is a paradise for birdwatchers who will have the added bonus of also seeing...

The “Big Five”

The “Big Five” refers to the five animals that were considered the most difficult and dangerous to hunt while on foot.

  • Seeing a leopard on a...

Turquoise waters, white sand beaches & isolated islands

With the turquoise Indian Ocean lapping at its white sand heels, Kenya is home to incredibly stunning beaches. The country’s coastline boasts miles of beautiful white sand beaches, clear blue...

Packages

The Lion King Experience
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Masai Mara - The Mecca of wildlife located in the southwest of Kenya spreading to 1510 square Km. Those beautiful Documentaries on BBC and Nat Geo it’s all here. Home to an abundance of wildlife and bird watching, the Big 5-Lions, Leopards, Rhinos, Elephants, Cape Buffalo’s, thousands of Giraffes, Zebra, Hippos, Cheetah, hyena, antelopes many more including seasonal wildebeest migration- The greatest wildlife spectacle and one of the greatest wildlife destinations on Earth when over a million wildebeest cross plains, valleys, and rivers in search of fresh pasture.

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Iconic Samburu
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Samburu National Reserve located on the banks of the Ewaso Ng’iro flowing through the palm groves and riverine forests creating a magnificent landscape for the best wildlife photography, is your perfect destination for nature travel. This arid and semi-arid terrain in Northern Kenya is homeland to over 50 species of wild animals including Grevy zebra, Somali ostrich, reticulated giraffe, gerenuk and the beisa oryx Its also one of the two wildlife conservation areas in which conservationists George Adamson and Joy Adamson raised Elsa the Lioness, made famous in the best-selling book and award winning movie, Born Free and its sequels.

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The Big Tusks
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Amboseli is set in the foothills of magnificent Mt. Kilimanjaro the 392 square km of park spreads across Kenya-Tanzania border. It offers wildlife photography experts and game viewers the opportunity to witness the big tusks (African elephants) against the awe-inspiring backdrop of The Roof Africa. Also, the perfect destination for bird watching holidays for beginners.

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Majestic Mt. Kenya
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Mount Kenya is the second tallest mountain in Africa after Kilimanjaro & one of the main attractions when visiting East Africa. This volcanic mountain stands at 5,199 meters (17,057 Feet) and is a haven for experienced trekkers and mountain climbers. Many hikers have expressed that climbing Mount Kenya is actually a more challenging when compared to Kilimanjaro and they think it's a lot more beautiful and dramatic.

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Sand, Surf and Swaying Palms
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Diani is at Kenya’s gorgeous south coast with long stretch of silvery soft sand fringed by tall palm trees bordering brilliant blue waters and kissed by surfable waves is an idyllic beach location for perfect holidays.

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The Roar of Mara
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Masai Mara - The Mecca of wildlife nestled in the southwest of Kenya spreading to 1510 Km2. Those beautiful documentaries on BBC and Nat Geo it’s all here...

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Latitude Zero
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Olpejeta Conservancy is a gem that should be on every safari goer’s bucket list. Straddling the Latitude Zero- The Equator against the backdrop of Mount Kenya and foothills of lush green Aberdare offers memorable safari experiences, striking natural beauty and large-scale conservation success. A short stopover at the Equator for pictures and a short demonstration on Northern and southern hemispheres is not to be missed.

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