Welcome to Kenya

Beautiful and adventurous, Kenya is one of the world’s most incredible tourist destinations. Among Africa’s most iconic wildlife, tourists can observe some of the vast savannahs and trek through the awe-inspiring Rift Valley. Whether you are looking to explore Africa in all its glory or discover its incredible natural wonders, Kenya offers an experience like no other. The lakes and rivers of Western Kenya are teeming with freshwater fish, and the forests are teeming with monkeys, elephants, and other exotic animals. Be sure to bring your sense of adventure-Kenya awaits! No matter which province you choose to explore, you will have a great time! You can also explore Amboseli National Park and Maasai Mara Reserve, home to various fascinating animals.

When To Visit Kenya

Kenya is one of the world’s most incredible tourist destinations. Whether you want to explore Africa in all its glory or discover its remarkable natural wonders, Kenya offers an experience like no other. In Kenya, the best time to visit is from June through November, when wildebeest and zebras migrate during the dry season.

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Lemosho Route which is the newest route and an alternative to Shira route is undoubtedly the most scenic route to Kilimanjaro. Considered one of the easier routes to the highest mountain of Africa, Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the best experiences you will have on the summit. The Lemosho route is one of the more up to date routes on Mount Kilimanjaro. The route starts in the west and instead of just meeting Shira Plateau (like Machame), Lemosho crosses it from Shira Ridge to Shira Camp. Climbers experience low traffic until the route joins the Machame route. A while later, Lemosho finishes a similar route Lava Tower, Barranco and Barafu, known as the southern circuit. The base number of days required for this route is six days, albeit eight days is perfect. Lemosho is viewed as the most beautiful route on Kilimanjaro and stipends all- encompassing vistas on different sides of the mountain. It is our preferred route since it offers an extraordinary parity of low traffic, picturesque perspectives, and a high summit achievement rate.

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Known as the “Whiskey” route, the Machame route is presently the most prominent route on the mountain. Contrasted and Marangu, the days on Machame are longer and the strolls are more extreme. The Machame route is viewed as a difficult route and is more qualified for progressively courageous people and those with some climbing or exploring background. Machame Route is considered as the most striking route because of the spectacular view of the summit. The route in on the southern side of the mountain, the northern side of the mountain receives heavier rainfall and has a more dense forest. The route is quite a stepper but very good for acclimatization. The summit attempt path from Barafu camp has less loose scree (rocks) compared to the summit attempt path from Kibo Hut, making it slightly easier to reach the crater rim. The route starts from the south, at that point travels east, navigating underneath Kilimanjaro’s southern ice field before summiting. The base number of days required for this route is six days, albeit seven days is prescribed. The Machame route is grandly beautiful and varied. However, because of the substantial groups, it loses a portion of its splendour.

The Top Parks To Explore On Your Kenya Safari

In Kenya, travellers can visit to observe an animal paradise in locations like the Masai Mara and Amboseli. Kenya has stunning landscapes, a friendly local population, good year-round weather, and a vast collection of species. One of the most thrilling activities available to tourists in Kenya is a hot air balloon safari at the crack of dawn, followed by a “Champagne Bush Breakfast” in the beautiful Masai Mara environment.

Masai Mara

Masai Mara is a popular Kenya safari destination in East Africa and a unique refuge for animal conservation renowned for its breathtaking natural species richness. There are numerous benefits to visiting this wildlife haven. Numerous lions, cheetahs, elephants, rhinoceroses, African buffaloes, wildebeest, giraffes, zebras, and other animals free to roam in big herds can be found in the park.

Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park is among Kenya’s top national parks. The park has three main entrances, and once you enter, you may see a variety of wildlife, including the flamingos that turn Lake Lool pink. Due to the large number of birds that reside here, Lake Nakuru Park is referred to as a haven for bird lovers. Over 400 bird species can be found in Lake Nakuru Kenya Park, including flamingos on the lake and the savannah grasslands.

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve

The second-tallest peak in Africa is Mount Kenya. This place is surrounded by breathtaking scenery, making it a World Heritage Site. With lakes, tarns, glaciers, deep woodland, mineral springs, a variety of rare and endangered animal species, high altitude-adapted plains wildlife, and distinctive montane and alpine vegetation, it is a pristine wilderness. Visitors can engage in outdoor activities, including mountain climbing, camping, and caving against the backdrop of the mountain’s craggy peaks covered in glaciers.

Samburu National Reserve

The Samburu National Reserve is located in Kenya’s Rift Valley Province in the southeast portion of the Samburu District. The Reserve has a 165 km2 area and is about 345 km from Nairobi. The Reserve is located in ecological zone V-, which is categorized as arid and semi-arid and has a moisture index of 42 to 57, meaning that evapotranspiration exceeds the amount of moisture that is accessible. The nights are cold, and the days are scorching.

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Ol Seki Hemingways Mara

Ol Seki Hemingways Mara Camp, serene, secluded, and located up high on a rocky cliff in the exclusive Mara Naboisho Conservancy, is a haven of peace and luxury in the rough Kenyan bush. Designed as a tented retreat, it offers 270-degree views of the Mara plains.

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Elewana Sand River Camp

The luxurious Elewana Sand River tented safari lodge is spread out along the remote, overgrown sand river banks and has an inviting 1920s classic safari vibe. The camp is ideally situated on the edge of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, with a view of the Serengeti’s boundless plains a..

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Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp

This cozy, small-scale safari camp, hidden in a dense grove of fig and elephant pepper trees, looks out over the Masai Mara’s rolling grasslands. The camp is one of only eleven safari lodges in the exclusive Mara North Conservancy. It is well located in a wildlife hotspot remote from the busie..

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Mahali Mzuri Camp

Mahali Mzuri is not your typical safari lodge. This little luxury safari camp is situated in the exclusive Olare Motorogi Conservancy. It offers visitors a unique safari experience in one of the Mara ecosystem’s most wildlife-rich regions. Mahali Mzuri, which in Swahili means “beautiful ..

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