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Mount Kenya

Naro Moru Route


The most popular route although not the most scenic. It is also the fastest route to point Lenana.

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From £800


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Masai Mara Reserve

The Masai Mara Reserve is one of East Africa’s most renowned game viewing areas and adjoins the Serengeti Park of Tanzania.


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From £1,600


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Lake Nakuru

One of Kenya’s premium national park where it is possible to spot all of the Big 5 as well as thousands of pink flamingos and pelicans.


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From £2,200


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Amboseli

The landscape is dominated by the majestic snow-capped peak of Mt Kilimanjaro located just over the border in Tanzania, directly south of the park.


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From £2,200


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Tsavo East and West

Tsavo is the largest national park in Kenya and one of the largest in the world. Due to its size the park was divided into Tsavo West and Tsavo East.


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From £1,600


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Nairobi City

Kenya’s capital is often bypassed because people want to avoid the crowded streets and busy traffic. However if you want time to recover from your flight, there are some worthwhile activities to be done.


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From £1,600


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Samburu Reserve

Samburu National Reserve is a very peaceful national park in Northern Kenya. It attracts wildlife because of the Uaso Nyiro River that runs through it and the mixture of forest and grassland vegetation.


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From £2,200


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Mombasa

Welcome To Kenya

Kenya has been in the tourism game longer than virtually any other African country – and it shows. Other nations may boast higher mountains, bigger game reserves, more exclusive lodges and more exotic culture – but Kenya’s decades of experience means it still tops many travellers’ lists, with superb service, tried and tested itineraries, and the understanding that its people are as important as its wildlife in creating the perfect East African holiday.

Places To Visit

Kenya’s vast grasslands are safari-classic, with wildlife as far as the eye can see, the only interruptions being a scattering of acacia trees and life-giving waterholes.

Tailor Your Kenyan Holiday

It’s all about choice here: whether you want secluded luxury or the Big Five on a budget, Kenya delivers. Families will find guides who know how to inspire budding biologists and lodges designed with children in mind. From tourism’s colonial roots, Masai-run camps are now springing up on community-owned land, revealing this tourism veteran’s progressive attitude towards both tribes and tourism, and a well-deserved recognition of a fascinating history that stretches back further than any other region of the world.