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East Africa's jewel, boasts diverse landscapes from the Maasai Mara to Mount Kenya. Home to the Big Five, its vibrant culture, pristine beaches, and conservation efforts create a unique tapestry for travelers seeking a harmonious blend of nature, wildlife, and cultural experiences.

What You'll Love Doing

Maasai Mara

Encounter diverse wildlife in iconic savannah landscapes.

Amboseli Elephants

Marvel at majestic elephants against Kilimanjaro's backdrop.

Great Migration

Witness the thrilling migration of wildebeest and zebras.

Indian Ocean

Relax on Kenya's white sand beaches.

Samburu People

Discover the vibrant customs of the Samburu people.

Great Rift Valley

Soak in scenic beauty along the stunning Rift Valley.

Parks You Would Love

Explore the untamed beauty, diverse ecosystems, and awe-inspiring landscapes as we take you on a journey through the heart of our cherished national parks.

Lake Nakuru

Masai Mara



Masai Mara

Lake Nakuru



Kenya's Iconic Lodges

Kenya's lodges redefine luxury in iconic landscapes like the Maasai Mara and Amboseli. With views of elephants against Mount Kilimanjaro and the drama of the Great Migration, each promises a unique retreat. Immerse in Kenya's vibrant culture and diverse wonders for an unforgettable East African experience.

Sample Itineraries

Experience the charm of Kenya with our carefully designed sample itineraries. Every trip we offer is a blend of rich cultures, stunning scenery, and exciting wildlife adventures.

Ultimate Kenya Safari
Amboseli Dream Safari
Kenya Family Adventure
Mara Croc Fest

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the visa requirements for Kenya?
Most visitors to Kenya can obtain a visa on arrival at the airport, valid for 30 days. However, it’s always recommended to check with your local Kenyan embassy or consulate for the latest information, as requirements may change depending on your nationality. Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay and has at least two blank pages for the visa stamp.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all travelers to Kenya be up-to-date on routine vaccinations, including measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR), diphtheria, tetanus, and polio. Additional vaccinations for hepatitis A and B, typhoid, rabies, and yellow fever are also recommended depending on your itinerary and activities. Consult your doctor or a travel clinic for personalized advice.
What is the best time to visit Kenya?
The best time to visit Kenya depends on your interests. If you’re looking for the best weather for wildlife viewing and outdoor activities, the dry season (June to October) is ideal. However, it can also be peak season with higher prices. The green season (November to May) offers lush landscapes and fewer crowds, but some roads and activities might be limited due to rain.
What are some of the must-see attractions in Kenya?
Kenya boasts a wealth of incredible attractions, from the iconic Maasai Mara National Reserve with its wildebeest migration to the stunning scenery of Aberdare National Park. Other must-see destinations include Amboseli National Park, known for its elephants and views of Mount Kilimanjaro; Tsavo National Park, home to diverse wildlife and landscapes; and Lake Nakuru National Park, famous for its millions of flamingos.
What is the currency in Kenya and how much should I budget for my trip?
The Kenyan shilling (KES) is the official currency in Kenya. The cost of your trip will vary depending on your travel style and preferences, but you can expect to spend between $50 and $200 per day on basic expenses such as food, accommodation, and transportation. Keep in mind that national park entrance fees, activities, and souvenirs can add to your costs.

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