The Kenyan Safari as it was intended. Intimate, elegant, inspirational. Kenya contains some of the greatest varieties and concentrations of wildlife populations in the world. Two popular draws are the annual wildebeest migration and the "Big Five:" Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo and Leopard. The migration and the Big Five may be the stars of Kenya wildlife show, but there is plenty more to see in the more than 50 parks found in Kenya. From Mara to Amboseli , Lake Nakuru, Samburu, Mt Kenya and Tsavo each park overflows with wildlife.
The Kenya safari tour would introduce you to 42 timeless cultures, many in villages that are unchanged by the modern world. Kenya provides ecotourism opportunities to learn about endangered wildlife such as the black rhino, sea turtle, Grevy's zebra, sitatunga, wild dog and Colobus monkey. Did you know that Kenya has a 300-mile Indian Ocean coastline of pristine beaches, warm, turquoise waters and protective coral reefs? All this can be experienced by trekking or on a camelback or horseback, or in perhaps a hot air balloon, a boat or by simply biking up a mountain. They are over 38 golf courses, many of championship quality. Don't be surprised if you have to wait for wildlife to cross your next hole in Kenya.