Nairobi – (Photos, Game drives, museum, David Sheldrick and city tours)
Nairobi is Kenya’s capital city. In addition to its urban core, the city has Nairobi National Park, a large game reserve known for breeding endangered black rhinos and home to giraffes, zebras and lions. Next to it is a well-regarded elephant orphanage operated by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Nairobi is also often used as a jumping-off point for safari trips elsewhere in Kenya.
Mara North Conservancy
Karen Blixen Camp offers an authentic ‘yesteryear’ experience for visitors wishing to gain that little extra from their safari. Set on the banks of the Mara River, the location is spectacular. throughout the day elephants, giraffes, zebras and impalas come for a drink while a large hippo pod lazes in the river
- We tailor-make itineraries to your requirements. Your days and nights at the camp are designed to e exciting and relaxing as you wish.
Masai Mara – Wildlife & Park drive
Masai Mara National Reserve is an area of preserved savannah wilderness in southwestern Kenya, along the Tanzanian border. Its animals include lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras and hippos. Wildebeest traverse its plains during their annual migration. The landscape has grassy plains and rolling hills and is crossed by the Mara and Talek rivers. The area nearby is dotted with villages (rankings) of Maasai people.
Kisumu & Kakamega, Lake victoria excursions
Kisumu is a Kenyan port city on Lake Victoria. It’s known for lakeside viewpoints at Dunga Hill Camp and Hippo Point. The Kisumu Impala Sanctuary shelters and the Eco Lodge, it herds of impalas and zebras. It is animal orphanage is home to wildlife like cheetahs and baboons. The city’s Kisumu Museum displays artefacts related to the people of the Nyanza Province. Southwest, Ruma National Park has tall cliffs, roan antelope and birdlife.
Mombasa – Beaches, old town visits, South and North coast visit
Mombasa is a coastal city of Kenya along the Indian Ocean. It is the country’s oldest and second-
largest city, with a population of about 1,208,333 people according to the 2019 census. Its metropolitan region is the second-largest in the country and has a population of 3,528,940 people.
Watamu is a small coastal town in Kenya, north of Mombasa. It’s known for Watamu Marine National Park and Reserve, which has 3 bays: Watamu, Blue Lagoon and Turtle. Sandy beaches and coral gardens are the defining features. Seabirds, as well as green and hawksbill turtles, inhabit Mida Creek with its sand flats and mangrove forest. Inland, Arabuko-Sokoke Fo
Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. The highest peaks of the mountain are Batian, Nelion and Point Lenana
Tsavo East National Park
Tsavo East National Park is one of the oldest and largest parks in Kenya at 13,747 square kilometres. Situated in a semi-arid area previously known as the Taru Desert it opened in April 1948 and is located near the town of Voi in the Taita-Taveta County of the former Coast Province
Lamu or Lamu Town is a small town on Lamu Island, which in turn is a part of the Lamu Archipelago in Kenya. Situated 341 kilometres by road northeast of Mombasa that ends at Mokowe Jetty, from where the sea channel has to be crossed to reach Lamu Island
Naivasha is a large town in Nakuru County, Kenya, lying 47 miles north-west of Nairobi.
- Walk with the animals at Crescent Island.
- Explore Hell’s Gate National Park.
- Climb Mt. Longonot.
- Look for flamingos at Lake Elementaita.
- Take a dip at Ol Karia Geothermal Spa
Nakuru is the capital city of Nakuru County, Kenya. It is northwest of Nairobi, in the Great Rift Valley. Nearby is Lake Nakuru National Park, home to rhinos, giraffes, lions and leopards. Lake Nakuru is an algae-filled soda lake that attracts thousands of flamingos. Lookout points such as Baboon Cliff and Lion Hills offer views of the birds, the lake and mammals including warthogs and baboons.
Maralal is a small hillside market town in northern Kenya, lying east of the Loroghi Plateau within Samburu County, of which it is the capital. It is the administrative headquarters of the Samburu people. The town has an urban population of 16,281. The market was pioneered by Somali settlers in the 1920s.