In many ways, Kenya is the essence Africa—teeming with wildlife, vast rolling plains and over 70 different ethnic groups.

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A journey to Kenya allows you to connect to many of the charms of the continent. With the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro as a backdrop, the country's nature is remarkably beautiful. Landscapes are speckled with forested hills, patchwork farms, wooded savanna and an abudance of wildlife. We step away from the crowds and get familiar with the rich array of animals roaming its lands, like tusked elephants, and wandering herds of zebra and giraffe on safaris and guided bushwalks. We learn about the protected areas and reserves where efforts have been placed to connect travellers to local communities. Then be introduced to the colourful culture of the Maasai and the traditions of their fearsome hunters and warriors. The country also hosts a lovely collection of warm, inviting properties, where we reconnect to the wilderness, sometimes visited by parrots, peacocks or monkeys during our stays. Coupled with stargazing and dinners by bonfire, It is no wonder why many venture to Kenya to experience adventure in one of the most pristine safari destinations in the world.

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Breakfast with Giraffes
Breakfast with Giraffes
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Waking up to breakfast with a giraffe must be one of the most incredible and unique experiences anyone can have. This activity is reserved exclusively for overnight guests of Giraffe Manor and is one not to be missed.
Big Cat Tracking
Big Cat Tracking
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Research on predators in the area has seen a cheetah and a lion collared in order to monitor their movements and better understand where interactions occur that can lead to human-wildlife conflict. Head out with the researchers to track these Big Cats and learn more about the work being done to allow pastoralists and wildlife to live alongside each other.
Wildebeest Migration
Wildebeest Migration
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Between the months of July and October one and a half million wildebeest, accompanied by vast numbers of zebra and gazelles make the long and dangerous trek from drier lands in Tanzania, northwards to this corner of Kenya.
Flying Over the Plains
Flying Over the Plains
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An opportunity you won’t want to miss – to fly the wilds of Kenya. This is an experience you can’t find anywhere else in Africa.
Tracking Black Rhino
Tracking Black Rhino
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Pioneering walking safari first of its kind in East Africa, providing a unique and exhilarating adventure whilst also allowing guests to actively contribute to the protection of this iconic species. Tracking black rhino on foot, accompanied by an expert Saruni guide and a highly-trained Sera Community Conservancy ranger in safety, to spot any of the 16 rhino throughout the 54,000 hectares-large sanctuary.
Reteti Elephant Sanctuary
Reteti Elephant Sanctuary
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Located in the neighbouring Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, is one of the first community-run organisations in Kenya. The team of ‘keepers’ at the Sanctuary are committed to rescuing, rehabilitating and rewilding orphaned and abandoned elephant calves, along with other wildlife.
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