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The birthplace of Abercrombie &Kent, Kenya's magnificent landscapes, colourful tribal culture and incredible wildlife give it a magnetic appeal. A land of snow-capped peaks, beaches, equatorial forests and rolling savannahs, it offers endless opportunities for adventure and relaxation. From stylish bush homes to secluded tented camps and private mobile camping, accommodation in Kenya is superb: private sundowners, relaxing spa treatments and sumptuous fi ne-dining await you.
Kenya's game reserves are among the best places in Africa to see 'The Big Five' –lions, elephants, leopards, buffalos and rhinos. The deep blue waters of its crater lakes also prove irresistible to a stunning variety of birds. From the world's biggest bird, the ostrich, to flamingos that congregate in vast flocks at the various lakes of the Great Rift Valley, Kenya's birdlife is captivating. For jaw dropping aerial views nothing beats a balloon ride over the bush, whilst a walking safari is a great opportunity to see the smaller things easily missed on game drives. We're confident to say that our guides are the best in the business, and they will bring the bush vividly to life with their stories, insight and depth of knowledge.
- Take a balloon flight over the Masai Mara to appreciate the epic journey which the animals undertake and enjoy a Champagne bush breakfast when you land.
- We can arrange for your marriage to be blessed the traditional Masai way by tribal elders.
- Fly over snow-capped Mount Kenya in a helicopter for spectacular views, stopping for lunch at a beautiful lake on the upper slopes.
- A guided walk in the bush will open your eyes to the smaller components of the ecosystem.
- For a night under the stars, we love the four-poster Star Beds at Loisaba. Set on raised wooden platforms, they provide the utmost privacy, with fabulous views of the surrounding bush.
During the summer months the bush springs to life as the drama of the Great Migration unfolds. One of wildlife's greatest spectacles, some 1.4 million wildebeest and Burchell's zebra make the year long, round-trip from Tanzania's Serengeti to the Masai Mara. A picnic lunch amongst the action brings a whole new meaning to the term 'dining al fresco'. After the excitement and adrenaline of safari, the sun-dappled Kenyan coast beckons. Here you can immerse yourself in a unique coastal culture which is as rich and rewarding as the local Swahili cuisine. The coastline south of Mombasa is a tropical paradise of palm-fringed, white sand beaches where the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean meet beautiful coral reefs. South of Malindi, Watamu is a Marine National Park where the coral gardens are just 300 metres from the shore, making it a superb location for diving and snorkelling.