Kenya, situated in East Africa, straddles the equator, sharing her borders with Tanzania, Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan and Uganda. Kenya's spectacular scenery and popularity as a safari area, stems from the great rift valley and central highlands, which form the backbone of the country. As such, several large wildlife reserves have found their home in Kenya, providing a home to lions, buffalo, elephant, leopard and the rare black rhino, not to mention the myriad of birds.                                             

Kenya’s geography is as diverse as the heritage of its people.  
With a climate much like her neighour, Tanzania, Kenya boasts a warm and humid climate.  Kenya’s Masai Mara game reserve and Maasai people attracts thousands of tourists every year ti witness the mass migration, as does the beautiful and majestic Mount Kenya, And for those who prefer a beach trip there are magic spots like Diani and Mombassa.

Mt Kenya is an extinct volcano with jagged peaks rising to 5,199m/17,057ft. It has three main peaks; Batian, Nelion and Lenana Peak. Mount Kenya offers outdoor enthusiasts and mountaineers different options to bag one of the three peaks on Mount Kenya.

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Climb Mt Kenya

This beautiful mountain offers a range of routes and the most picturesque scenery in East Africa. With three main routes to summit and a smorgasboard of variations, you are spoilt for choice on this amazing peak.

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Drive across the plains of Maasai Mara and witness the mass migration of the Wildebeest and Zebra each year. Or travel to see the flamingos paradise at Lake Nakuru or some of the other amazing parks like Amboselli and Tsavo.

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Kenya safari tours


The annual migration of the animals, (wildebeest and zebra) takes place each year between June and October. The flow of animals moves from a southerly to a northerly and westerly direction as the herds head north towards the Mara River in search of food. Between July and August each year, literally millions of wildebeest, often aptly termed the clowns of the African wildlife, head in their droves from the Serengeti in search of fresh grasslands further north towards the Maasai Mara in Kenya. 

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