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The real KENYA safari adventure

Adventurous Tours To Kenya – Picture the Scene: a Maasai warrior leans on his spear, watching a train of wildebeest snaking across the savannah, while a flock of ibis takes wing from the acacia trees, casting curved silhouettes against the sky. That’s Kenya. Long regarded as one of Africa’s success stories, the original ‘sun, sand and safari’ destination has been through a few political ups and downs, but the sun still beams, the ocean still laps the beaches of the Swahili coast and the lions, elephants and rhinos still charge across the plains. Indeed, there are few countries in the world that offer such a richness of wildlife, such a diversity of tribal culture – and such a challenging capital city as Nairobi.

Best time to visit in Kenya

January to February

Best time to visit in Kenya

January to February

Places to visit in Kenya

  • The annual migration of the wildebeest across the Masai Mara.
  • Traditional tribal culture in the arid badlands around Lake Turkana.
  • Epic views across the Rift Valley from the Nairobi-Naivasha road.
  • The pink ribbon of greater flamingos around the edge of Lake Nakuru.
  • The summit of Mt Kenya - you’ll appreciate it even more after the gruelling five-day trek to get there.

Places to visit in Kenya

  • The annual migration of the wildebeest across the Masai Mara.
  • Traditional tribal culture in the arid badlands around Lake Turkana.
  • Epic views across the Rift Valley from the Nairobi-Naivasha road.
  • The pink ribbon of greater flamingos around the edge of Lake Nakuru.
  • The summit of Mt Kenya - you’ll appreciate it even more after the gruelling five-day trek to get there.

Top things to do in Kenya

  • Sip a cold Tusker beer and a bop to a live band in one of Nairobi’s surprisingly laid-back pubs.
  • Ride the rails in colonial comfort on the night train from Nairobi to Mombasa.
  • Dream under canvas on a luxury tended safari.
  • Float over the savannah in a hot-air balloon.
  • Splash around on the drifting beaches of lovely Lamu island.

Top things to do in Kenya

  • Sip a cold Tusker beer and a bop to a live band in one of Nairobi’s surprisingly laid-back pubs.
  • Ride the rails in colonial comfort on the night train from Nairobi to Mombasa.
  • Dream under canvas on a luxury tended safari.
  • Float over the savannah in a hot-air balloon.
  • Splash around on the drifting beaches of lovely Lamu island.

Discover Kenya

  • Read The Man-Eaters of Tsavo by John Henry Patterson, or the Lunatic Express by Charles Miller for the tragic, gripping story of the Mombasa-Uganda railway.
  • Listen to benga, the upbeat, popular dance music of the nation – best exemplified by the songs of Extra Golden, Okatch Biggy and Dola Kabarry.
  • Watch Robert Redford and Meryl Streep earning their Oscars in Sydney Pollack’s Out of Africa, based on the famous novel by Isak Dinesen
  • Eat nyama choma (Kenyan-style roasted meat), a perfect accompaniment to cold beer.
  • Drink milk mixed with cow’s blood at a Maasai celebration – if you dare!.

Discover Kenya

  • Read The Man-Eaters of Tsavo by John Henry Patterson , or the Lunatic Express by Charles Miller for the tragic , gripping story of the Mombasa-Uganda railway.
  • Listen to benga , the upbeat , popular dance music of the nation – best exemplified by the songs of Extra Golden , Okatch Biggy and Dola Kabarry.
  • Watch Robert Redford and Meryl Streep earning their Oscars in Sydney Pollack’s Out of Africa , based on the famous novel by Isak Dinesen
  • Eat nyama choma (Kenyan-style roasted meat), a perfect accompaniment to cold beer.
  • Drink milk mixed with cow’s blood at a Maasai celebration – if you dare!.

Kenya Highlights

The Big Five (lions, elephants, rhinos, buffaloes and leopards), the Rift Valley, leaping Maasai warriors, shoes made from tyres, tribal beads, lean marathon runners, gin-soaked colonials, Nairoberry

Kenya Highlights

The Big Five (lions , elephants , rhinos , buffaloes and leopards) , the Rift Valley , leaping Maasai warriors , shoes made from tyres , tribal beads , lean marathon runners , gin-soaked colonials , Nairoberry

One word for Kenya Tourism

Hakuna matata (No worries)

One word for Kenya Tourism

Hakuna matata (No worries)
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