Why Visit Kenya?


From the second highest mountain in Africa – the snowcapped Mount Kenya – to the seemingly endless savannahs and from the earth splitting Rift Valley to the dense equatorial forests, Kenya is a land of soul stirring scenery.




With powdery white sand and the warm azure waters of the Indian Ocean, the shores of Kenya are a tropical paradise. Picture perfect islands dot the coastline and beneath the surface is a stunning world of colourful marine life. Kenya has some of the world’s best dive sites and deep sea fishing.




Without question, Kenya tops the list of safari destinations, with an exceptional variety and density of wildlife, including the Big 5 – lion, elephant, rhino, African buffalo and leopard. Between July and September you’ll witness the extraordinary spectacle of the great wildebeest and zebra migration from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara.



The country has one of the continent’s most pioneering and progressive conservation and anti-poaching programmes. The abundance of Kenya’s wildlife owes much to private and community game conservancies and well-trained professional rangers.





The greeting you’ll hear everywhere you go – Swahili for hello. Kenya has 68 recognised languages – testimony to its diverse tribal culture.






With its location on the equator and proximity to the Indian Ocean, temperatures are high throughout the year, with two dry seasons – December to March and July to October – it’s the perfect winter destination.