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A member of the Bantu group of African languages, Swahili is spoken by 30 million people, chiefly in Kenya, Tanzania, Congo, Burundi and Uganda. It is the official language of Kenya.




 

The mighty parks of the South and the solitude of the North


Kenya is, in many people's eyes, the ultimate game-viewing territory - and with such mighty parks as the Maasai Mara, Tsavo and Amboseli, we would have to agree.  In addition to these famous regions, we also pride ourselves on getting our clients into the lesser known but equally beautiful parts of the country, especially during times of the year when the 'big name' southern parks can often become very crowded. 

We are in a position to transport you to huge tracts of privately owned land, where the game wanders freely and you experience the thrill of discovering Africa for yourselves.  We take you into the heart of some of the world's top conservation areas, onto community owned land and into the less visited National Parks and Reserves, staying in fabulous lodges and magnificent tented camps.



Highlights
Maasai Mara National Reserve
Northern extension of the Serengeti Plains and prime game-viewing region
Amboseli National Park
A small park with the spectacular backdrop of Mt Kilimanjaro
Tsavo West & Tsavo East
Kenya's largest national park with prolific game and diverse scenery
Chyulu Hills
A lesser known but simply beautiful volcanic area near Tsavo
Loisaba Ranch
61,000 acres of privately owned, pristine African bush land & super lodge
Lewa Downs Wildlife Conservancy
Home to a successful rhino population and superb game-viewing region
Lakes Nakuru, Bogoria and Baringo
Two of Kenya's shallow Rift Valley soda lakes and freshwater Baringo
Meru National Park
A less well known park but a great place to see game away from others

 

 

 
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