To experience a safari in Kenya is to enjoy incredible biodiversity and natural beauty, luxury and private camps, and some of the highest standards of professional guiding in Africa, along with a warm welcome and personalised hospitality from genuinely friendly people.
Kenya lies on the equator and shares common borders with Tanzania and Uganda, which make up the region of East Africa. This is a country that is wonderfully varied; from the beautiful beaches of the Indian Ocean and fascinating coastal towns like Mombasa to the second highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kenya, and then down onto the vast, wild plains that spread across the country, and even the enchanting Great Rift Valley. Not only is the Kenyan landscape diverse, so too are its people. There are 52 tribes in Kenya that each have their own language, while also being able to speak Kiswahili, and in major cities, most people
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