No other country on earth can offer the visitor as much to see and do. Within the borders of a single country, you will find savannahs rich with big game, timeless cultures unchanged by the modern world, pristine beaches and equatorial forests, searing deserts and cool highland retreats; and endless opportunities for adventure, discovery and relaxation - more than you could ever expect.
Mara Balloon Safari
The Maasai Mara is Kenya’s most impressive landscape - its great game-rich plains are iconic Africa at its best. For any visitor, the best way to appreciate the Mara is from above, on a dawn balloon flight. After the flight, guests are treated to a champagne breakfast at the landing site - what a way to start the day!
Nairobi Day Trips
Nairobi: by day, the hectic, cosmopolitan hub of East Africa; by night, a city of cool evenings and quiet tropical gardens, best enjoyed with a cold Tusker. For visitors, Nairobi offers a number of exciting day trips such as Daphne Sheldrick's elephant orphanage; the Giraffe Center; Karen Blixen's house; and of course Nairobi National Park and animal orphanage.
Golf on the wild side
Lush fairways and flawless greens under a sparkling blue sky. A backdrop that alternates between azure lake views and sweeping game-filled plains. Ancient forests flashing with iridescent birdlife; antelope and monkeys gambolling on the fairways; a charming and attentive caddy. Pure, unfettered relaxation… this is Golf Kenya.
Camels drinking in the Ewaso Ngiro river after carrying the picnic for guests staying in Laikipia. Kenya's most beautiful and remote destinations are always accessible by helicopter!
Snorkelling with whale sharks
Between February and April, visitors staying on Kenya's South Coast (Diani beach in particular) can enjoy incredible whale shark safaris. The whale shark is the world's largest fish and the expeditions are an opportunity for guests to mingle with scientists and underwater videographers as they go through the rigorous exercise of whale shark tagging. Whale sharks are mostly seen on the surface so both divers and snorkelers can swim with this gentle, curious creature.