Located in East Africa with generally pleasant climates, diversity of landscapes and unique geographical features, provides extraordinary opportunity to view wildlife in its natural habitat – plenty to explore and plenty of species to encounter. The word "Safari" was invented in Kenya, where in Kiswahili meaning "journey". The boundless wilderness and big game of this region has long attracted adventure seekers from all over the globe. There is never any disappointment for one's safari in this beautiful country - a land of endless potential for the wildlife enthusiast.
The weather is generally hot throughout the year, with humidity rising in the summer months. The climate along the coastline is tropical and characterised by higher rainfall and temperatures throughout the year. Further inland, the climate is described as arid and hot with less rainfall.
Average summer temperatures (September to April)
Average winter temperatures (May to August)
Long rains: April – May
- Visit Masai Mara for all year round game-viewing with abundant wildlife and exciting moments.
- The most magnificent annual Great Migration happens here, when more than 2 millions of wildebeest and zebra crossing the Mara River from Serengeti into the land of Masai Mara (*Best July-Oct)
- Famous for the dramatic views of Kilimanjaro at Amboseli National Park - the highest free standing mountain in the world and the highest peak on the African continent.
- Laikipia offers amazing numbers of rhino and guests can also enjoy exclusive activities.
eg. horseback riding, walking safari in private conservancy such as Lewa and Loisaba.
All year round except rainy season (Apr - May)