Kenya

Plain Zembra and Eland - Tsavo National Park

Tsavo National Park

If you are looking at exploring Kenya on safari and would like something that’s unknown, rarely visited and something so different then Tsavo East is for you. If you would like to drive yourself around a national park, visit a rhino sanctuary and maybe do some rock climbing then Tsavo West is the perfect option … Read moreTsavo National Park

Samburu Warriors

Samburu

As mentioned the Samburu region is a fantastic area to visit for its plentiful animal sightings – lots of animals flock to this area as the river flowing through Samburu provides a much needed source of water. Samburu is located in the popular Rift Valley region in Kenya and is easily accessible via road or … Read moreSamburu

Panaramic of Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha

Between 1937 and 1950 the Naivasha area used to be a landing place for flights between Britain and South Africa; nowadays, it’s quite a popular highlight of many safaris in Kenya! The Lake Naivasha area is supported by tourism but its main wealth is generated through flora-culture as well as fishing. Lake Naivasha is surrounded … Read moreLake Naivasha

Nairobi Attraction

Nairobi

Nairobi is also the most convenient points of entry into Kenya by flight. In most cases when you are embarking on a safari in Kenya you will start and end in Nairobi… which is great as you will be able to enjoy the culture and vibrancy of this popular city! It’s worth visiting the National … Read moreNairobi

Mount Kenya National Park 1

Mount Kenya National Park

Mount Kenya National Park was declared a UNESCO protected reserve in 1978 and in 1997 it became a World Heritage Site. The peaks of the mountain are covered with massive glaciers but sadly these glaciers are actually retreating due to global warming. Climbing Mount Kenya and discovering the peaks covered in snow and ice offers … Read moreMount Kenya National Park

Mombasa 2

Mombasa

The coastal city of Mombasa is actually an island, which measures just over 14 sq km – less than five square miles – with magnificent stretches of white sandy beaches and coral reefs. Mombasa is East Africa’s largest port and Kenya’s main tourist hub. Located in the southeastern part of Kenya, Mombasa is one of … Read moreMombasa

Lamu 3

Lamu

Lamu appears to be a region almost frozen in time. The physical appearance and the character of the town have changed very little over the centuries. The narrow, winding streets accommodate only pedestrian or donkey traffic. The population of Lamu remains almost exclusively Muslim, and in the early 1970s, Lamu became famous for its reputation … Read moreLamu

Lake Nakuru National Park 4

Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru is named after the Maasai word that means “Dusty or Dusty Place” which some believe refers to the shoreline of this impressive Kenyan lake as it is – simply put – quite dusty! Near to Lake Nakuru is a town called “Nakuru” which was established in 1961 and has since grown…. becoming a … Read moreLake Nakuru National Park

Lake Bogori National Reserve 5

Lake Bogori National Reserve

Lake Bogoria is an alkaline lake located within a volcanic basin in Kenya. It comprises of geysers and hot springs and the geysers have even been recorded at erupting as much as 5m high spontaneously. This lake in Kenya has been protected since 1973 and still remains one of the best natural reserves to visit … Read moreLake Bogori National Reserve

Bufallo Springs landscape

Buffalo Springs

This protected reserve was opened to visitors in 1985 and covers a massive area of 131km2. The Buffalo Springs Reserve was established to protect the wildlife found in the area. A lot of wildlife is found on the banks of the Eswasgo Ngiro River. Animals found within the Buffalo Springs reserve include; buffalo, cheetah, eland, … Read moreBuffalo Springs

Amboseli National Park 6

Amboseli National Park

Many Kenya safaris include Amboseli National Park as a highlight because it’s a beautiful area and the views of Mount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania) in the distance are breathtaking. The wildlife variety is also impressive and the cultural interactions are very special… The most attractive aspect of Amboseli is its distinctive terrain – dry lake beds amongst … Read moreAmboseli National Park

Jenman African Safaris Collection

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