Kenya is famous as the original safari country. Within Kenya there are over 40 national parks and wildlife reserves which have been set aside for the conservation of wildlife and natural habitat.
Amboseli National Park is situated at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro and is one of Kenya's most popular national parks. The Selenkay Conservancy can be found 10 miles north of Amboseli National Park and is an unspoilt wilderness with a limited number of visitors allowed.Find Out More
The Aberdare National Park is part of the Aberdare Mountain Range, a region of stunning and diverse landscape where jagged peaks soar up to 3,930m and deep ravines cut through the forested slopes. The area is ideal for game-viewing as the rainforest supports a broad range of wildlife.Find Out More
Ol Pejeta is a 90,000 acre conservancy which is home to an amazing variety of wildlife including Africa's only three remaining northern white rhino. The Sweetwaters Game Reserve began life as a sanctuary for black rhino and has since become home to the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary.Find Out More
Adjoining Tanzania's Serengeti, the Maasai Mara is Kenya's finest game reserve and home to abundant wildlife. The Ol Kinyei, Naboisho and Olare Motorogi Conservancies form a stunning wilderness area adjacent to the Mara Reserve which has been set aside for wildlife by the local Maasai community.Find Out More
Lake Nakuru can be reached easily by road from Nairobi. It is famous for its flamingos but is also home to other bird species including African fish eagles and pelicans. Surrounding the lake are woodlands and grassland areas which are home to a variety of animals including rhinos and lions.Find Out More