When the sun peaks above Kenya’s vast horizon, a wealth of biodiversity springs to life.

With a vast array of Kenya safari tours to take part in, including horseback riding, safaris along the Chyulu Hills, game drives in Amboseli National Park, and walking safaris in the Masai Mara, Kenya sets the standard for exceptional game viewing. The most rewarding of these Kenya safari tours are guided by the local Maasai people who grew up with the land and became expert, certified guides.

Kenya is known for its unique and luxurious properties set within remote natural surroundings, in addition to an abundance of wildlife and enchanting culture.

  • Witness thousands of pink flamingos at Lake Nakuru, or soar above the Masai Mara in a hot-air balloon.
  • Become a modern-day Indiana Jones as you journey through ancient ruins of Gedi’s long lost city, or travel through Kenya’s riveting wilderness on horseback as you run against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro.


Climate: Kenya has a tropical climate. The warmer period extends between February & March (77°F – 93°F) while the cooler period occurs between July & August (50°F – 68°F). Kenya has two wet seasons; October to December & April to June.

Credit Cards: Visa and Mastercard are accepted, but credit cards are not widely used. Hotels accept credit cards.

Currency: Kenyan Shilling, however, US Dollars are widely used. Carry sufficient funds in cash to pay for tips, shopping, activities & meals/snacks outside of hotels. Bring a mix of small & larger denominations which are newer than 2006.

Geography: Kenya is the world’s 47th largest country and is located in East Africa.

Languages: English and Swahili

Medical: Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required to enter Kenya if you have traveled to/through a known yellow fever area, and is highly recommended for visitors going to safari areas.

Packing: Lightweight natural-colored clothing is preferable, i.e. khaki, brown, and beige, if visiting safari camps a jacket/fleece for evenings or cool days.  Some of the city hotels require more formal dress for evenings. The lodges and camps are very informal and casual clothes are suitable.

Visas: A passport with at least two blank pages, six months validity, and a visa are required to enter Kenya. Kenya REQUIRES applying for your visa prior to arrival.

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