How do you spell magic? KENYA. That’s how. It’s a world unto itself, opening a door to a soulful journey where visitors are treated to some of the most spectacular wildlife on Earth. What’s more, the extreme diversity of the rich savannahs each deliver their own special version of amazing sightings, delicately sharing their land with tribal folk that continue to live in their deep-rooted traditions. It’s a land of wondrous biodiversity, from snowy peaks to world-class beaches, offering the perfect cap to an overwhelming safari experience. Kenya’s sights and sounds will never cease to amaze you, again and again.
Currency: Kenyan Shilling (KES)
Country Code: +251
Do I need a Visa? Visas are required for visitors from most countries. Visas can be obtained in advance or secured upon arrival. NB- Anti Malaria tablets strongly recommended.
How will I charge my devices? Kenya’s electrical current is 240 V.
How do I get there? Well, if you’re heading to Nairobi (NBO) and flying from…
New York: 17.5 hours
Los Angeles: 21.5 hours
Toronto: 19 hours
Sao Paulo: 15.5 hours
London: 9 hours
Geography: Kenya lies on the Equator, and it is extremely biodiverse, featuring an extensive coastline along the Indian Ocean, broad plains further inland, a range of national parks and forests and two significant majestic mountains.
Time Zones: GMT +3
How's the weather? Kenya offers temperate to warm temperatures most of the year, with heavy rains localized primarily between April and May. Much of Kenya sits at higher elevations, prompting cooler weather for trekkers, while inland Kenya tends to be more arid and changeable. Safari drives warrant layers for sure, to accommodate for the cooler temperatures morning and evening, along with the warm ups during midday times.
Meet the elephants! Spend an afternoon at Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage where infant, orphan elephants are lovingly cared for before being released into the wild
Live your dream on a safari in the fabled Maasai Mara, where the animals are plentiful and the vistas always spectacular where the animals live in freedom, the Maasai tend their cattle and all share the land harmoniously
Sip a glass of champagne and dine on a beautifully prepared meal under the stars outside of your stylishly luxurious tent, soaking up the incredible sounds of this whole other world of nature at night.
Travel on an escorted walk with Maasai warriors who will bring you to their village where you’ll get an insight into their fascinating way of life.
Bear witness to The Great Migration of over 1 million wildebeest, the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth. We know the best places with the most awe-inspiring views.
Channel your inner adventurist and spend a night fly camping in the bush- complete with an accredited guide and staff who will tend to your every need while showcasing how to experience the Mara from an entirely new perspective on the ground
Leave your footprint with an afternoon spent volunteering at a local village school
Take a flight of fancy onboard a hot air balloon over the Mara, touching down to be treated to a champagne breakfast before embarking on a thrilling game drive
How do we know so much about animals? Research, that’s how- go on an excursion with a wildlife research expert and learn about studying and tracking rhinos, lions, chimps and beyond in an educational afternoon experience.
Canoe along the river and watch the wildlife show from a new vantage point
Special Kenyan pre-departure gift delivered to your door before you embark upon your journey.