- Trekking: You are a nature-lover and want to hike through lush forests, open grass land and past gurgling mountain streams. Climb Mount Kenya, the second highest mountain in Africa with us.
- Beach: You want to unwind and enjoy the beauty of life at the beach, while you relax under coconut palms or surf the waves of the Indian Ocean. Travel to the Kenyan coast with us.
Why travel to Kenya?
The green country on the equator has been the home of the safari for decades. The annual Great Migration in the Maasai Mara, the flocks of pink flamingos at Lake Nakuru and the calm warm waters at the Kenyan coast have attracted generations of travellers. Kenya invites you to experience diverse landscapes from lush forests and wide grasslands to a 500-kilometre-long coastline without crossing borders or having to get on a plane.
The country is not a newcomer on the international traveller’s map and Kenyans have understood long ago how to make dreams come true.
Lodges and campsites have come up with ingenious ways to be your home away from home and spoil you with excellent service and facilities in the middle of the bush.
Kenya is home to the Big Five. The state has put a ban on any form of wildlife hunting and together with private initiatives made the conservation of national parks one of their top priorities. Ideal conditions for wild animals to prosper in their natural habitat – and for you to watch them do just that.
The professional guides not only have a deep love for nature and wildlife, they also have qualifications and a membership certificate by the KPSGA (Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association) in their pocket. English is one of the official languages in Kenya, so communication won’t be a problem either. With easy access to qualified mechanics, Nairobi is the best spot in East Africa to keep a fleet of custom build Toyota Land Cruisers in shape for the bumpy bush.