The quintessential Safari destination. Home to Masai Mara and Amboseli.


Kenya’s diversity has helped to establish the country as a prime safari destination

With its rolling savanna plains and scorched deserts interspersed with snow-capped mountains, cool highlands and equatorial forests, Kenya’s diversity has helped to establish the country as a long-standing, prime safari destination. The scenic coastline, with its atmosphere of a paradise island and sprinkling of vibrant coral reefs, only adds to the spectacular list of reasons to visit this country.

The highland areas of Central Kenya – including the Laikipia Plateau – provide fertile ground for farming, making Kenya one of the most agriculturally productive countries in Africa; this area is considered the fertile breadbasket of the Kenyan people. Four rivers, of which one is perennial, flow through the area making for an even more compelling locale for animals and people alike.

Kenya is the original home of the safari. Today, the wildlife is still superb, including the world-famous migrations of wildebeest and zebra that roam through the Maasai Mara in the latter half of each year. Viewings of the migrations, particularly river-crossings, are truly extraordinary, as such large numbers of prey species attract predators and result in jaw-dropping scenes. The numbers of visitors to these natural wonders remain high, and timing is crucial in order to enjoy the full potential of such an occasion.


The climate of Kenya varies by location, from mostly cool every day, to always warm/hot. The climate along the coast is tropical. This means rainfall and temperatures are higher throughout the year. At the coastal cities (Mombasa,Lamu,Malindi), the air changes from cool to hot, almost every day.


JANUARY (Green Season)
FEBRUARY (Green Season )
MARCH (Green Season)
APRIL (Shoulder Season)
MAY (Shoulder Season)
JUNE and JULY (High Season)
AUGUST (High Season)
SEPTEMBER and October (High Season)
NOVEMBER (Start of Green Season)
DECEMBER (Green Season except 20 Dec – 10 Jan)

Kenya plays host to an almost unrivalled array of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians. The famous wildebeest herds of the Maasai Mara are just a single example of the diverse, spectacular sights and encounters that visitors to Kenya may experience.

Morning and Afternoon Safaris
Bird Watching
Boat Trips
Night Safaris
Cultural visits
Hot Air Ballooning
Private Charters

48.46 Million People
Kenyan Shilling
English and Swahili
Agriculture, Tourism and Cut Flowers


We have first-hand experience of the camps and accommodation in this magnificent safari paradise