Kenya Journey

Kenya is one of East Africa's most exceptional safari destinations. Incredible wildlife populations, diverse landscapes, and beautiful tented camps and lodges.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy protect critically endangered black and northern white rhino. Around Mount Kenya, travellers will find high-altitude trails to hike, run or mountain-bike.

White-sand beaches at Lamu and Diani are lapped by the warm Indian Ocean. Nairobi, the bustling capital, is one of the continent’s biggest business hubs, with a national park right on its limits.

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Discover Kenya's Wildlife Conservancies

Kenya's national parks and conservancies are home to extraordinary bio-diversity. The luxury lodges and tented camps in these parks make for world-class safari experiences, and Kenya's eastern coast is home to picture-perfect tropical beaches.

Kenya offers an incredible safari experience that is renowned worldwide. With its diverse wildlife, stunning landscapes, and rich cultural heritage, Kenya is a popular destination for safari enthusiasts. Here's what you can expect from a Kenya safari experience:

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The Laikipia

Sprawling on the edge of the northern Kenyan frontier, stretching from the slopes of Mt Kenya to the rim of the Great Rift Valley,


Home of the African Elephant”. beneath to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, Is one of Kenya's most popular parks.


It is a paradise for bird watchers, as several rare bird species are found here. A small but highly diverse park.


This vast expanse of remote pristine wilderness is inhabited by iconic wildlife and a tranquil ambiance blankets this wildlife haven.

Kenya at Glance

A Kenya safari is an unforgettable adventure that allows you to connect with nature, witness remarkable wildlife, and experience the rich cultural tapestry of the region. Immerse yourself in Kenya’s jaw-dropping landscapes and spectacular fauna on an exploration of three of the country’s protected natural areas. Set out on safari in Masai Mara National Reserve, driving through acacia-dotted plains teeming with wildlife; learn about rhino conservation from a representative of the Kenya Wildlife Service; and spot wading hippos and hundreds of species of birds on the shores of Lake Nakuru.

  • 01: General
    What animals can I see in Kenya?

    Kenya is wonderful all-year round safari destination, with good weather and game-viewing in all seasons. The Great Migration occurs between June and October. All big five (Lion,Leopard, Rhino, Elephant & Bufallo) are guarantee to see and other popular include cheetah, wildebeest, gazelle, ostrich, jackal, hyena and giraffe, and over 900 different bird species.

    Where is Kenya located?

    Kenya is located East of Africa’s Great Lakes. It’s coastline runs along the Indian Ocean.

    What language is spoken in Kenya?

    Swahili & English

    Are Kenya safaris safe?

    Safaris in Kenya are generally safe. The tourism industry is well-established and visitors are well looked after.

    When to go on safari in Kenya?

    Kenya is wonderful all-year round, with good weather and game-viewing in all seasons. The Great Migration occurs between June and October.

    Where do I fly into Kenya for a safari ?

    If you are travelling to Kenya you will land at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

  • 02: Visa:

    Do I need a visa to visit Kenya?

    Yes, travellers from most countries need a visa to travel to Kenya. A single entry e-visa can be obtained online before travelling.

  • 03: Vaccinations

    What is the COVID protocol for travelling to Kenya ?

    We address all concerns surrounding COVID in line with the latest recommendations from the World Health Organization and other leading authorities. Please speak to your Travel Designer for the latest travel advisory updates, to ensure that you are prepared for all COVID travel requirements in Kenya before your departure.

    Do I need a yellow fever vaccination to visit Kenya?

    Kenya is part of Africa's yellow fever endemic zone, and while it’s not compulsory to be vaccinated, please consult with your health care practitioner regarding whether a yellow fever vaccine is advised.

    Is there Malaria in Kenya?

    Yes, malaria is present in the coastal region and areas below 1 800 metres (5 900 feet) above sea level. Check with your health care provider in advance, as some courses of medication may need to be started before you travel to Kenya.