Kenya offers the classic quintessential image of Africa; it should be the world’s finest safari destination. Kenya is easy to get to- 8 hours away by air from London. Fly overnight and you can be in Maasai Mara plains in time for lunch. Wrapped around the equator, it has the most extraordinary range of landscape, from the Northern deserts to the Indian Ocean, the Great Rift Valley to the forests of Mt.Elgon and the soaring Highlands of Mt.Kenya. It’s an interesting place inhabited by fascinating people and brimming with rich cultures that have been preserved since time immemorial. Kenya’s portfolio of wildlife is as good as it gets. From game packed hotspots to little-known wilderness. Whether you are traveling solo or looking for a family trip, Kenya has plenty of options to suit. There is plenty to keep the single traveler busy as well; organized safaris and camping trips are often great social experiences and a good way to meet other travelers. For couples, Kenya is a perfect destination for a relaxing break. We have many secluded, private guesthouses, camps, lodges and hotels ideal for romantic stays or honeymoons.
Kenya, as a tourist destination, has earned recognition at the world stage. The recent crowning of Masai Mara reserve as the best game sanctuary in Africa by the World Travel Awards (WTA) can attest to this.
The country is divided into 8 manageable sections that represent different tour circuits. Each circuit combines attractions and destinations that are in the same region. This makes each package accessible and exciting. You can visit attractions in different regions, but even if you stick to one circuit, you will still have the best Kenya safari tours that would deserve another turn.
This safari is a good choice for a first time African safari. You will spend 2 nights in the spectacular Maasai Mara game reserve. If lucky you can witness a lion kill or a close up encounter with a big cat on foot. 1 night in Lake Nakuru is worthwhile for the birdwatchers and great views of the lake.