Nairobi National Park

Nairobi is one of only cities in the world with a National Park that has a broad variety of wildlife located right at the edge of the city. Established in 1946, Nairobi National Park covers an area of nearly 117 square kilometers, and is home to lion, cheetah, wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, giraffe and several other animals, including around 400 bird species. It is particularly known for being one of the world’s most successful Rhino sanctuaries, with more than 50 endangered black rhinos.

Diani Beach Day Trip, Mombasa

Spend a fabulous day on Diani Beach. Frolic in the spectacular white sand, enjoy a wide range of watersports from jet skiing to water skiing, catamaran sailing, snorkeling and diving, and top off the day with an unforgettable sunset cruise.

Camel Safaris, Mombasa & Laikipia

Walk out into the bush with local tribesmen, and get a unique vantage point of the landscape and wildlife on a camel safari through some of the most remote and beautiful areas of the Laikipia Plateau in Northern Kenya, or enjoy a camel ride on the white sand beaches of Mombasa.

Hot Air Ballooning, Masai Mara

Get a spectacular overview of the Masai Mara National Reserve with an early morning hot air balloon ride. See how the Mara River snakes through the Great Rift Valley and observe all the animals as you soar above the treetops and the grasslands. Top of the trip with a fabulous buffet breakfast after landing.

Maasai or Samburu Community Visit

Immerse yourself in authentic Maasai or Samburu culture as you visit a traditional village and learn about their traditions, customs, and way of life. Experience their lively cultural dance and explore their beautifully crafted, clothing, jewelry and arts and crafts. Proceeds from purchases go directly to the community.

Birding, Kenyan Wildlife Reserves

Follow an expert guide to the best locations from which to view over 400 species of birds. Lake Naivasha, Lake Nakuru, known for the vast number of pink flamingos that line its shores, and Amboseli National Park in particular, are known as world-class birding destinations.

Guided Bush Walks, Kenyan Wildlife Reserves

Explore the Kenyan wildlife reserves on foot with a local Maasai or Samburu guide. Learn about the unique characteristics of the various animals found in the bush, and the techniques used by the local people to live in harmony with nature.

Game Drives, Kenyan Wildlife Reserves

Set out on a game drive in Kenya’s incredible wildlife reserves from the Maasai Mara to Amboseli, Aberdare, Samburu and others, and get up close and personal with a wide variety of wildlife from elephants, to big cats, giraffe, zebra, rhinos, wildebeest, buffalo, hippos, a number of antelope species and others.

The Great Migration, Masai Mara

Experience the Great Migration, which involves over 2 million wildebeest, zebra and antelopes migrating from the Serengeti in Tanzania in July to the Mara in Kenya, and departing back to the Serengeti once the rains start in September or November. It is one of the most fascinating sights in Africa.