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The vibrant Nairobi – Kenya’s capital – is home to an elephant orphanage, giraffe centre, significant museums and its own national park with an impressive and varied wildlife population. Many start their Kenyan safari here. However, it is the Masai Mara that is the country’s flagship reserve, providing the quintessential safari experience.

The spectacular Great Migration complete with top predators and crocodiles give the show of a lifetime, a spectacle that can also be witnessed from a hot air balloon. Near Nairobi, the earth’s giants traverse the much visited Amboseli National Park in large herds below the snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro.

Samburu National Park is a gem in the north where the majestic Mount Kenya watches over dry, rugged lands nourished by the Ewaso Ng’iro River. Special species, big cats and Nile crocodiles make for unforgettable game viewing. A remote island hideaway can be found on Mfangano Island in the mighty Lake Victoria. At the luxury island camp, relaxation and adventure are beautifully balanced. Birding with an ornithologist by foot or boat, fishing, riding on a traditional sailing boat, visiting painting sites and meeting the locals are all options.

Laikipia Plateau delivers a raw, exclusive safari experience. It is Big Five territory where the conservation work is praiseworthy. Animals are abundant and rare creatures have a home here. Lake Naivasha is a truly lovely lake where boat rides and walking safaris introduce visitors to thousands of flamingos, a stunning array of bird species, many hippos and plains game. Photographers and birders are sure to celebrate the scenery. Last but not least, family resorts, honeymoon suites and private villas await in Mombasa—the ideal spot to relax and conclude your safari. Its vibrant culture, palm-lined beaches, diverse marine life and ample adventure activities will not disappoint.

The vibrant Nairobi – Kenya’s capital – is home to an elephant orphanage, giraffe centre, significant museums and its own national park with an impressive and varied wildlife population. Many start their Kenyan safari here. However, it is the Maasai Mara that is the country’s flagship reserve, providing the quintessential safari experience.

The spectacular Great Migration complete with top predators and crocodiles give the show of a lifetime, a spectacle that can also be witnessed from a hot air balloon. Near Nairobi, the earth’s giants traverse the much visited Amboseli National Park in large herds below the snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro.

Samburu National Park is a gem in the north where the majestic Mount Kenya watches over dry, rugged lands nourished by the Ewaso Ng’iro river. Special species, big cats and Nile crocodiles make for unforgettable game viewing. A remote island hideaway can be found on Mfangano Island in the mighty Lake Victoria. At the luxury island camp, relaxation and adventure are beautifully balanced. Birding with an ornithologist by foot or boat, fishing, riding on a traditional sailing boat, visiting painting sites and meeting the locals are all options.

Laikipia Plateau delivers a raw, exclusive safari experience. It is Big Five territory where the conservation work is praiseworthy. Animals are abundant and rare creatures have a home here. Lake Naivasha is a truly lovely lake where boat rides and walking safaris introduce visitors to thousands of flamingos, a stunning array of bird species, many hippos and plains game. Photographers and birders are sure to celebrate the scenery. Last but not least, family resorts, honeymoon suites and private villas await in Mombasa—the ideal spot to relax and conclude your safari. Its vibrant culture, palm-lined beaches, diverse marine life and ample adventure activities will not disappoint.

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