Bountiful wildlife encounters

Kenya is the epitome of everything good about Africa. It hosted the first safaris and the diversity of landscape, culture and wildlife, has made it one of the most appealing safari destinations.
With a huge choice of wildlife reserves and private conservancies, Kenya offers discerning visitors breathtaking scenery and dense wildlife populations in peaceful surroundings. These private safari areas have a good selection of excellent small safari camps and lodges.

The Masai Mara Reserve hosts the incredible wildebeest and zebra migration between July and October, and we usually suggest staying in one of the adjacent private conservancies to avoid crowds. Amboseli National Park offers stunning views of snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro and is famed for elephant. Our clients also enjoy the Lewa Conservancy for rhino, the beautiful Chyulu Hills, the dramatic Rift Valley scenery, the large private conservancies strewn across Laikipia, Kenya’s lakes, and the remote Matthews Range in the north.

We Recommend…

Starting or ending your safari at the Kenya Coast. It’s the perfect add-on to any safari with great expanses of white sand beaches fringed with palm trees. The turquoise sea is protected by coral reefs providing stunning snorkelling, diving, and fishing.


Kenya when to travel

Full Name
The Republic of Kenya
42.7 million (UN, 2012)
582,646 sq km (224,961 sq miles)
Major Languages
Swahili, English
Major religion
Monetary Unit
1 Kenya shilling = 100 cents
Main Exports
Tea, coffee, horticultural products, petroleum products
Flight time from London
8 hours
Time Difference
GMT + 3
Some of our Kenya Highlights