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Kenya Tours & Trips

Whether you stay in a luxury tent or experience a ‘traditional’ homestay, Kenya will not disappoint - it’s a photographer’s dream and also home to the largest big cat population. Tour the famous Masai Mara National Reserve and see the Big 5, visit an elephant orphanage or a chimpanzee sanctuary, wander through the Nairobi craft markets, and if you’re up to it, savour an ostrich steak.

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Highlights

  • Drift away on an unbeaten track to be amidst flamingos, elephants, hippos, lions and other wild creatures against the imposing backdrop of the Great Rift Valley and Lake Naivasha.
  • Learn about Kenya’s history and culture at the National Museum in Nairobi, touted as the safari capital of Africa. It’s also a great place to pick up local handicrafts.
  • Stay in a bush camp and sleep under a brilliant starlit sky in the beautiful Loita Hills and sample the local cuisine and Swahili dishes.
  • Gain an insight into the culture and life of the traditional Maasai tribe, known for their ornate jewellery and vibrant costumes.
  • Experience quintessential Africa in the Masai Mara National Reserve with its sparse open savannahs and a dramatic blue sky.
  • Glide over the Kenyan jungle plains in a hot air balloon at dawn for a splendid view of migrating wildlife.
  • Spend some time interacting with the little ones at the New Hope Children's Centre, an orphanage that provides for the less fortunate.
  • Experience the fun and excitement of swimming with dolphins at the Shimoni and Wasini Islands.

Tips

  • The best time to visit Kenya would be between June and October.
  • Wear full sleeves and long trousers to protect yourself from mosquitoes and carry insect repellents and malaria pills.
  • Though generally safe, tribal conflicts have occurred in the Mount Elgon area of western Kenya. Your tour guide will let you know if it’s safe to travel in this region.
  • There are stringent restrictions on the consumption of alcohol in public and smoking is prohibited in all public places.
  • Possession of ivory, even as a jewel is strictly prohibited.
  • Avoid taking photographs of official buildings as it may land you in trouble.

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