Kenya has an unusual diversity of landscapes - from the grassy plains of the Maasai Mara to the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya to the rugged terrain of the north – and a parallel richness of wildlife and culture. Lying on the equator and bordering the Indian Ocean, this remarkable destination offers unrivalled game viewing in the Mara; camel riding in the northern frontier; hiking in the central highlands; fishing on mountain lakes; diving and deep sea fishing on the coast. In this cradle of humanity, palaeontologists discovered some of the earliest evidence of our ancestors.
Witness herds of elephant meandering across the ancient Amboseli lake bed and never-ending lines of wildebeest heading north from Tanzania during their annual migration in the Great Rift Valley (the most significant landmark on the planet visible from space).
Kenya is a must for the first time visitor to Africa and, in our opinion, the finest destination for a family safari.