Located in East Africa, Kenya is a land of diverse landscapes, from the iconic savannas of Maasai Mara to the stunning Great Rift Valley. Renowned for its abundant wildlife and extraordinary safaris, Kenya offers visitors a chance to witness the annual wildebeest migration, one of nature’s most spectacular events. Besides its natural wonders, Kenya is rich in culture, boasting vibrant traditions and warm hospitality that captivate every traveler.
Best time to visit is either June through to mid October, or early December through to end March. The long rains start end of March and run through to the end of May. Northern Kenya sees most of its heavy in rain during the short rains in November. The wildebeest migration is active between July and October. The coastal areas are best visited between August and end March.
POINTS OF INTEREST
- Maasai Mara: Witness the Great Wildebeest Migration from your exclusive tented camp. The abundance of wildlife (lion, cheetah, leopard, elephant, hippo, etc) make the Mara a feast for the eyes and a year round safari destination.
- Tsavo National Park: Covering a massive area of over 22,000 square kilometers (8,494 square miles). Its sheer size provides an expansive and diverse wilderness to explore.Its Tsavo red soil that “paints” its elephants a deep rouge colour. Tsavo is famed for ultra rare Super Tusker elephants carrying more than 200lbs of ivory
- Culture: There are few places on the continent that speak to our ancestry as species more than Kenya. The tribal experience that Kenya offers is, to those who seek it, as powerful as witnessing the migration. It is beautiful, powerful, brutal and at a cellular level, deeply ingrained in us. Samburuland is especially evocative.