At the cradle of civilization, spectacular natural beauty and bountiful herds of wildlife abound. Renowned for the Great Migration of millions of herbivores, the vast lands of Masai Mara National Reserve is home to the famous Big Five and is also a birdwatcher's paradise.
- Amboseli National Park
- Chyulu Hills National Park
- Lewa & Loisaba Conservancies
- Masai Mara National Reserve
- Samburu National Reserve
Truly a magnificent trip, from the very first day. Your attention to detail, your staff, your selection of places to stay and things to do contributed to the most remarkable and wonderful adventure we have ever had. Sharing it with our family was a pleasure that can’t be put into words. Your guides were truly professional, great at their jobs, and most importantly, they had a passion for the land and the animals. It was a teary goodbye when we had to go. I can’t thank you enough for this trip of a lifetime.Marge W -
Amboseli National Park
Amboseli National Park is known for its unrivaled views of Mount Kilimanjaro and the free-ranging elephant population. There are over 1,000 elephants in the ecosystem; featuring some of the largest in Africa. Underground rivers feed swamps and springs from the melting snow, forming permanent watering places for wildlife. A dry lakebed shimmers in the heat, producing mirages. Amboseli is home to more than 600 species of birdlife.
Masai Mara National Reserve
Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the richest and most diverse wildlife areas in the world. The Reserve is home to a vast number of resident wildlife, as well as the annual Great Migration. Wildebeest and zebra join elephant, hippo, buffalo, giraffe, lion and cheetah in the Mara. The Mara River is known for its enormous crocodiles, which lay in wait for the wildebeest and zebra during the migration. Over 450 birds add to the Mara’s incredible natural diversity. The Mara is part of a huge conservation area that includes Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area in neighboring Tanzania.
Samburu National Reserve
Samburu National Reserve is home to a wide diversity of wildlife, including species only found north of the Equator; the endangered Grevy’s zebra, Beisa oryx, reticulated giraffe, gerenuk antelope and Somali ostrich. Herds of elephant bathe on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River.The landscape is dramatic; dry riverbeds, boulders rising out of thorn scrub, and in the background are distant hills and the Samburu tribe’s sacred red table mountain, Lololokwi.