Book a Tour to Kenya

Kenya is famously known as the land many contrasts and it is a well deserved reputation. From the sandy white beaches on the south coast of Mombasa, to the wildlife filled parks of the south and north of the country. 

From the scorching semi arid northern frontier district to the snow capped Mount Kenya right astride the equator. From the very modern cities of Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu to the remote Maasai Mara and Lake Turkana areas which have not changed for hundreds of years.

From the modern blue chip executives of Nairobi to the Ogiek community who still live in the forests and the cultures and architecture of Lamu, Mombasa and Malindi that have remained the same for centuries, Kenya is truly a land of many contrasts.

By exploring Kenya you can enjoy one of the most spectacular walks in the world through the Masai Mara. There are various trips available where you will stay in camping accommodation for the real authentic African experience mixing culture, wildlife and activities.

On trips you will travel with a small group and you will also get to see places like the spectacular Great Rift Valley or join game drives and explore the Masai Mara National Reserve. You will learn a lot about the local tribes on these tours and your experienced guide will be able to take you to the best locations with breathtaking views over Kenya.

If you make a booking early or late very close to the departure date, or book in a group of two or more people and you will be able to get a discounted rate.


Tourist Attractions

Kenya’s main tourist attractions revolve around its diverse natural beauty and heritage.

Many visitors to Kenya are fascinated by the diverse wildlife in its natural habitat in the many national parks and reserves where big and small animals from rodents and millipedes to the famous big five of elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo are founding abundance. A trip to Maasai Mara guarantees sightings of lions while Lake Nakuru guarantees rhino sightings in addition to being the one park where the elusive leopard is most easily found.

You should visit the Samburu National Reserve for sightings of the unique northern wildlife species like the reticulated giraffe, the long necked gerenuk, the grevy Zebra and several other species found only north of the equator. Amboseli National Park is famous for large herds of elephant and the Cynthia Moss elephant research project.

For the best views of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s roof top and the second tallest mountain in the world head to the Amboseli National Park. Many other national parks and reserves dotted all over the country account for the extensive array of wildlife found in Kenya.

Then there are the long stretches of fabulous beaches to be found on Kenya’s coast. The amazing cultures of Kenya’s 40+ ethnic groups all around the country. The happy and hospitable peoples who always greet you with a warm Jambo!

The highly skilled service industry, the product of many years of service experience. And the fabulous landscapes and scenery from the beach at sea level to the snow upon Mt. Kenya at 5199 meters above sea level.

The Great Rift Valley and the numerous lakes on its surface that are a bird watchers gem including Lake Nakuru’s over a million flamingoes and pelicans. And there are so many more. No doubt, no other destination has so much variety to offer and each of such high quality on that they are worth a safari and holiday on their own. And these and more have made Kenya one of the most popular tourist destinations on the continent.



Kenya is spoit for choice when it comes to national parks and visiting one is a must, we recommend going on a safari in the Nairobi National Park which is full of rare and endangeroured wildlife like lions, giraffes, zebras and buffalos. 

On both of these types of safaris you will get up close to amazing animals and also get airport pick up, transfer, selected meals, game drives and guides with local knowledge. You can also book a tailor made safari to Kenya where you can discuss your interests and design an itinerary to match your needs.

There are a selection of stunning African lodges, tented camps and hotels where you can experience the natural beauty of Kenya with home comforts and without the hassel of venturing too far.

If you are just interested in wildlife without the travelling then a lodge accommodation safari will appeal to you. For more options in this region check out our tips for the best tours of Tanzania.


Reviews & Testimonials

"I just wanted to say that my time has been incredible and I feel so lucky to have had such a great group to do it with and secondly, just as importantly to have had such amazing tour leaders! They really are amazing, looking afer us so wonderfully from the minute we got here and going out of their way to help us in any way! You have two amazing members of staff and they have made my time in Kenya." - Camilla Felicity Cowell, UK