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What we love
- Amboseli National Park, in Kenya’s Rift Valley, is an alluring combination of untouched grassland, intriguing indigenous people, and a diverse ecosystem unlike any other in the world. In the shadow of Mt. Kilimanjaro, free-roaming elephants, giraffes, baboons, and more than 600 bird species make the savanna their home.
- Tsavo National Park is home to one of the largest rhinoceros sanctuaries in Africa, offering you the possibility of seeing a majestic black rhino in its natural habitat.
- Underwater viewing gallery at Mzima Springs lets visitors see the hippos in action.
- Fort Jesus in Mombasa is a UNESCO World Heritage site built by the Portuguese in the 16th century.
Discover the magic of Kenya as you journey through landscapes of expansive grassland, natural springs, and lava fields. Visit a traditional village, explore the African wildlife on unforgettable guided game drives, and encounter free-roaming wildlife, including the Big Five — buffalos, elephants, leopard, lions and rhinos.
Amboseli National Park in southern Kenya is known for its large elephant herds and dramatic views of the immense Mount Kilimanjaro across the border in Tanzania. Continue on to discover the iconic Tsavo National Park, known for large herds of elephants and captivating landscapes.
Relax at one of the oceanside resorts designed for fun and relaxation in the sun. Here you can stretch out on the beach or by the pool while soaking up the Kenyan rays, or take a lesson in kitesurfing, windsurfing, or scuba diving in the warm Indian Ocean. Explore the magical wonders Kenya has to offer!
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