Kenya’s capital city in the central highlands has rapidly evolved from an undiscovered and unpopulated swampland, at the turn of the 20th Century, to a sprawling metropolis that is one of Africa’s largest and best known.
Meru National park is geographically located in Central Kenya along the Equator and features luxuriant game viewing jungle, coursing rivers, verdant swamp, khaki grasslands and giant termite cathedrals all under the blue sky’s.
The Solio Game Reserve is a private sanctuary dedicated to rhino conservation. The reserve is well known for its unique and mind-blowing rhino viewing experiences. The reserve also provides a secure habitat to approx. 400 rhinos.
Diani beach is considered by many as the best beach in Kenya and it is the most preferred gateway spot to relax after your safari experiences or just a place where you still enjoy the beach in a quiet and serene zone.
Lake Naivasha national park is a picturesque tourist attraction site in Kenya found on the floor of the great rift valley. This fresh water lake is surrounded by very beautiful hills that host a variety of wildlife.
Ol Pejeta conservancy is one of the largest black rhino sanctuaries in East Africa and home to two of the world’s last remaining northern white rhinos making it one of the best places to visit in Kenya.
Lake Nakuru is a Premium wildlife enclosure located in the central rift conservation area in the Southern Rift Valley region of Kenya and is a bird lover’s paradise surrounded by Lake Nakuru which provide habitat to millions of flamingoes.
Samburu national reserve is a popular park in northern Kenya. The park is known for its rare special animals which include the somali ostrich, beisa oryx, gerenuk antelope, reticulated giraffe and Grévy’ zebras.