Kenya – The Origin of Safari

Kenya – Well dubbed that the concept of the safari holiday experience started in Kenya. This could be true remembering that even the word ‘safari’ itself even stems from the Swahili dialect for ‘journey’. With all these in mind, Kenya safari holidays are no traditional journeys, with wildlife roaming its open plains of grasslands, scale up the majestic snow-capped mountains, indulge yourself in nature contrasts with absolute luxury and adventure combines all too well with a relaxing stay in the beach, wilderness or with a host community.

The combination of diverse culture, wildlife, natural beauty, and value for money has seen Kenya shine spectacularly as one of the best-known safari holiday destinations not only in Africa but also in the world.

Why Visit Kenya

Kenya remains to be one of the best wildlife destinations in Africa. With so much to offer, this is the best place to capture the traditional romance of an African safari experience.

Beach and Wildlife combinations

From the magic of the wilderness to the charm of the beaches, Kenya offers some of the best wildlife viewings in Africa, but that can be combined with Kenya’s stunning beaches and still tagged alongside the diversity of its tribes.

The premier safari destination

The origin of the modern safari, Kenya has had time to perfect its wildlife experiences menu. To date, safaris are seamless and the memories, absolutely timeless.

Stunning wildlife and so much

Encounter some of the most impressive and also elusive wildlife in Africa, from big bold cats to big five, to the shy ones that aren’t spotted easily. What you shouldn’t miss is the so impressive zebra crossing!


Included Highlights

Beautiful Beaches: the Kenyan coastline sits right on the Indian Ocean and has beautiful turquoise waters and white sandy beaches that stretch for hundreds of kilometers.

Concession Conservation: Kenya is leading the way in terms of private concessions which focus on the needs of the communities and the wildlife through the promotion of ecotourism.

Daphne Sheldrick Trust: This is home to a large number of orphaned elephants and this is a great place to visit if you have any spare time in Nairobi.

The Iconic Maasai Interaction with Africa’s most famous tribe who dominate the tribal landscape in southern Kenya.

The Great Migration: Around the months of July to September, come and watch as the Mara River explodes into life as the herds make their way north from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. Exclusive Wilderness Staying on the expansive private game sanctuaries/reserves enjoying a variety of different activities that range from conservation to development through ecotourism.

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