The Great Migration of almost 2 million wildebeest, zebras and other grazers makes it way up from the Serengeti in Tanzania into the Masai Mara in Kenya from July until November. To witness this phenomenal natural spectacle is an unforgettable experience of a lifetime.
Kenya is a really amazing place for enjoying a wide range of safari activities because of it's hugely diverse landscapes of lakelands, valleys, desert, mountain highlands and great big rivers. Riding, boating, camel treks, flying safaris, quad biking, night drives and walking safaris are just a few adventures which can be enjoyed without crossing the borders at all.
Elephant conservation in Kenya is huge with the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust - because Kenya is at the forefront of African safari tourism, you can be certain that by choosing Kenya you are also protecting the wildlife which you are paying to see.
One feature where Kenya excels is the wonderful private homesteads and smaller game ranches scattered throughout Laikipia and the north, where clients can fish, ride, paint, relax and soak up the east African panorama. The homestead experience is unique to Kenya.
After a safari it is always important to relax and recuperate before your flight home, and Kenya is one of those fantastic East African countries which has a vast coast of white beaches and glittering waters... Not to mention a bit of much needed sunshine! You do not have to endure long, uncomfortable flights as the best beaches are only a short hop away. For those of you wishing to dodge the crowds, also a short hop away is Tanzanian islands such as Zanzibar, and a few private island options which we also highly recommend.