Kenya is another one of the East African countries, also located in the African tropics. The country shares its borders with Uganda in the west, Tanzania in the south, Ethiopia in the north, Somalia in the north east and the Indian ocean in the south east. The people of Kenya are referred to as Kenyans and its capital city is Nairobi. The most commonly used languages are English and Swahili, but the later is widely used. The country’s temperatures are cool, especially in Nairobi city and Mombasa - which is closer to the coast. It is this country that gave birth to tourism in East Africa and initiated the word “safari” – which is a Swahili word to mean, ‘tour in the wild’.
You cannot get much more of a classic East African experience than when on a Kenya safari. The country is home to the iconic Masai Mara and a wide range of other safaris, massed herds of migrating wildebeest, red-robed tribesmen and flamingo-carpeted lakes, as well as beach holiday destinations. Kenya's 'Out of Africa' scenic beauty, diverse cultures and abundant wildlife means it is an ideal destination for both first-time and seasoned safari travelers. There is also a wide range of Kenya family holidays that offer special activities and services for children. Kenya's exclusive hideaways will delight romantics and make for them an unforgettable honeymoon. You can complete the broad appeal by touring the miles of the dazzling beaches, as well as scatterings of the remote Indian ocean islands.
Our Kenya safari destinations include: Nairobi, Samburu, Shaba & Buffalo Springs, Meru, Mount Kenya, Aberdares, Laikipia, Lewa Downs Conservancy, Sweetwaters Game Reserve & Ol Pejeta Ranch, Lake Nakuru, Hell's Gate National Park, Lake Naivasha, Lake Baringo, Masai Mara.