Kenya's charm lies in its diversity. Nairobi's urban bustle is balanced by the serenity of its neighbouring reserves; Mt. Kenya looms mighty in the sky, while the abiding savannah stretches to the horizon. This is quintessential Africa - a place where wildlife roams, legends begin and adventures are embraced.
Our Tailor made Kenya safari itineraries include stays in our handpicked luxury and comfort accommodations that offer a unique experience that extends beyond the magical game drives in the national parks and reserves.


Kenya has one of the richest avifaunas in Africa with around 1090 bird species recorded. At least eight of these are national endemics. Around 170 species of Kenya's birds species are Palearctic migrants (11 species of them with a local breeding population too), mainly from eastern Europe, Russia, the middle East and Siberia. Another 60 species migrate regularly within the Afrotropics or from Madagascar. Some 335 species are found in forest; 230 species are entirely forest dependent.


The Great wildebeest migration takes place within Kenya and Tanzania and is one of the greatest wildlife shows on earth. Between the open plains of the Serengeti and the Masai Mara, thousands of wildebeest and zebras migrate to greener pastures as the seasons change. The precise timing of the Wildebeest Migration changes annually and it is a very unpredictable and spontaneous natural event. Taking place between July and October, but the exact times are dependent on the length of the rainy season preceding it.


The timeless plains stretch as far as the eye can see. Herds of animals roam as they did before humankind. The mighty Masai endure as they have for centuries. Time seems to stand still in the wilds of Tanzania, yet every day on this safari tour is thrilling and new. Experience the best of this bewitching country, from wildlife-rich Tarangire to glimmering Lake Manyara, view game by hot air balloon over the Serengeti's open plains or Immerse yourself in the beauty of Ngorongoro Crater


The undiscovered pearl of Africa, Uganda is a landscape of deep lakes, towering mountains and thick rainforests. Boasting wildlife not found anywhere else, Uganda is also home to the world's greatest concentration of primates. This is a land of contrasts, a geographic showpiece: the Western Rift Valley, the River Nile (the longest in the world!), Bwindi – the Impenetrable Forest, Lake Victoria, the legendary Rwenzori range – the Mountains of the Moon, the Ituri Forest.