The allure of Kenya is legendary, Kenya is a very special destination for a luxury safari, this game and culture rich country is ideal as for thrill and adventure lovers as for the photographers and for who needs a detox holiday.
This itinerary will show you the African nature in all its glory and let you experience the very best of Kenya, flying from Nairobi to the Amboseli National Park, from the Meru National Park to the Masai Mara National Reserve.
In Kenya it is possible to experience a genuine an truly “classic safari” for a close up encounter with the iconic African wildlife.
The national parks and reserves of Kenya are vast and varied, the Amboseli National Park is home to the last great tusker and stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the Meru National Park is the place to marvel the rhinos, the Maasai Mara is the most famous for its abundance of predators and plains game, playing host to the annual Great Migration.
Indulge yourself an unforgettable safari experience in absolute comfort and luxury.
Nairobi hides some gems that the most part of people don’t visit, a tour at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a heart-touching experience, it is possible to get in touch with some orphan baby elephants and enjoy their “show” when they run to drink a bottle of milk.
The Giraffe Center is an important breeding center for the endangered Rothschild’s Giraffe, from the center’s terrace it is possible to give some special snacks to these incredible nice and funny animals.
The Nairobi’s contemporary modern cuisine use locally sourced artisan producers, fresh fruits and a fusion of different cuisines, from India to UK, accompanied by the finest selection of wines.
Amboseli National Park is the second most popular wildlife area in Kenya, famous for its large population of over 1,000 resident elephants including some of the last great tuskers.
The park is a photographer’s paradise for its scenic beauty with the breathtaking views of the world’s highest free-standing mountain, the snow-capped Kilimanjaro.
The Amboseli National Park is characterized by lush green wetlands that in this otherwise dry area make the Amboseli National Park one of the best wildlife-viewing areas in East Africa, attracting over 600 species of birds including 47 types of raptors as well as the African iconic mammals like the elephant, the cape buffalo, the lion and the cheetah.
Guided bush walks & birding with experienced resident Masai guides are activities that should not be missed.
The Meru National Park is a rugged and remote area, it also incorporates a thriving rhino sanctuary, making Meru one of the prime destinations to see rhinos in their natural habitat.
The park is famous for large elephant herds, lions and birdlife that is extraordinarily colourful and abundant with over 400 species of birds.
Activities include nature walks, fishing in the streams and game drives.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is a world famous safari destination for its astounding numbers of wildlife and, of course, for the Great Migration that in this area occurs from July to October when over 1.3 million wildebeests and zebras cross from the Serengeti to the Maasai Mara in search of greener pastures.
The vast fertile plains are the natural stage for an incredible density of game, with both resident and transient populations of lions, leopards, cheetahs and hyenas, the reserve has been classified among the “Seven Natural Wonders of the World”.
A superb African adventure made unforgettable by upstanding bush breakfasts, picnics and aperitifs at the sundowners surrounded by spectacular landscapes.
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