Nowhere in Africa can travelers find more diverse and interesting travel possibilities than Kenya. From the shores of Lake Victoria to the coastline’s spectacular resorts, this land is filled with wonder and excitement.
Many visitors, unfamiliar with Africa, are amazed at the remarkable scenery and variety of ecosystems, from the cool forests near Mount Kenya to the lakes of the Rift Valley. The dense wildlife of Masai Mara and the vastness of Tsavo pass expectations and rarely disappoint.
In addition to the spectacular scenery and abundant wildlife, the genuinely friendly reception travelers receive from the people they encounter in Kenya means that our travelers leave feeling they have made lasting friendships in addition to lasting memories of a trip of a lifetime. Perhaps that is why so many return.
Kenya is a land that has many blessings. Nowhere is this more evident than mile after mile of white sandy beaches gently caressed by the sparkling azure waters of the Indian Ocean. Protected by coral reefs, teeming with sea life, these warm tropical waters attract visitors from across the globe.
It is now as it has been for centuries when the Portuguese, Arabs, Germans and British became frequent visitors and places such as Mombasa, Malindi and Lamu quickly became vital trading ports and holiday destinations. The influence of these visitors has left a lasting mark on the rich culture and history of the Kenya coastline.
We have assembled a collection of some of the many accommodation choices that dot the coastline. They represent a diverse range of styles and budgets.
- African culture
- Animal Variety
- Including nine types of giraffe distributed throughout Africa
- Out and back game drives
- Great Migration in the Masai Mara, National Reserve
- Amboseli National Park you have great unobstructed views of Mt. Kilimanjaro
- Awesome, personable, knowledgeable and English speaking Kenyan driver/guides
- Great lodges and enjoy great food