24 Mar, 2016
Kenya has long been one of the best safari trips destinations; the land of variety, rich in culture and diverse in terms of landscapes and wildlife. It’s home to some of Africa’s most incredible National Parks, with a wide range of safari options to suit everyone; honeymooners, adventure seekers and old time safari-goers alike. From the vast, open plains of the Moesia Mara, renowned for the famous wildebeest Great Migration, to the ancient, sleepy Swahili coastal town of Lama, safari trips in Kenya has plenty to offer, both beach and bush. Combine the Mara with areas up North (Laikipia, Samburu or Meru) and feel like you’ve been to two different countries. Further south is the Amboseli, Kenya’s second most popular wildlife area, known for excellent elephant sightings and located on the border of Tanzania with breathtaking views of the famous Mount Kilimanjaro. Just next door lies the Chyulu Hills, Kenya’s best kept secret, with its impressive, luxury camps in some of the most untouched parks in the country. Kenya’s coastline is equally as impressive, with its soft, white sand and turquoise waters, a wonderful way to end off your safari trips in Kenya. Discover the Lama Archipelago by Dhow, a traditional sailing boat, or relax on the beaches of Diana and Wartime. Explore the wonders of the Great Rift Valley passing right through Kenya and discover its many tranquil lakes.
Culture is a real highlight in Kenya and the friendly, local people are more than happy to share it with you. Safari trips in Kenya are so much more than just the Great Migration and the Maasai Mara, discover all it has to offer for yourself.