Since centuries is Kenya known as the safari capital of the world. This country is synonymous for the safari encounter.
Since decades travelers from all over the world have visited the country to witness the famous Great Migration and search for the Big Five. Kenya offers the perfect mix of first class tourism infrastructure and Africa’s exotic charm.
As many parks are only a short distance from Nairobi International Airport Kenya is a perfect destination for day safaris or a longer multi park tour. Masai Mara National Park is the most popular of all Parks. But Kenya offers a startling array of different landscapes, climates to explore.
Next to seeing some of Africa’s most iconic animals in their natural habitat, Kenya invites her visitors to go on culinary and cultural safaris. The more adventurous and active may even wish to climb Mount Kenya, Africa’s second highest mountain.
The Coast of Kenya or Indian Ocean Coast line is a splendid ribbon of silver and sapphire, bright coral and white beaches. The unique Swahili culture, a fusion of the many influences of early times in the Coast has created a pace of life, myth, heritage and magic not found anywhere else in the world. The highlights of the coast include the historic Mombasa built around the falls of the 16th Century Fort Jesus and the Magnificent Lamu. The waving palms, white-walled mosques, black-veiled women, fleet of dhows harnessing the trade-winds enchant and fascinate the Swahili coast.