Kenya Safaris

This trip covers two of the main parks in Kenya which are Masai Mara and Amboseli National Parks. In these parks you will have the privilege to see the big five and to the peak of it all, you will visit Zanzibar to relax your mind and body after long game drives. 10 Day Masai

read more
Walking safaris in Tanzania

The safari combining the best aspects of great tailor made safari for a family or an incentive group having range of interest in wildlife and beauty of Kenya and Tanzania with a visit to the famous parks which includes: Masai Mara National reserve, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara National Park and Amboseli. This

read more

Conservation Status : National Park Established : 1950 Location : 160 Kms North-west of Nairobi Size : 766 Km² Height A.S.L. : 1,800 – 4,000 m Seasonal Variation : Many of the higher tracks are impassable during the main rainy seasons which occur between March and May, and November and December Precipitation : Annual rainfall

read more

Conservation Status : National Park (upper slopes); Forest Reserve (‘middle’ slopes) Established : 1997 (declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site) Location : 140 Kms Northeast of Nairobi Height A.S.L. : 4,985 meters (accessible peak). Two higher peaks, only accessible to fully experienced and fully equipped mountaineers, are 5,199 and 5,189 meters respectively Seasonal Variation :

read more

Location : 2 hours’ drive (110 Kms) South of Nairobi, close to the Tanzanian border Size : 100 Km² Height A.S.L. : 630 m Seasonal Variation : ‘Short’ rainy season (25% of rainfall) in October – December; ‘long’ rainy season (75% of rainfall) April to May. Precipitation : Semi-arid, around 500 mm annual rainfall. Temperatures

read more

Conservation Status : National Park Established : 1984 Location : 100 Kms Northwest of Nairobi. Size : 68 Km² Height A.S.L. : 1,500 m – 2,200 m Seasonal Variation : Two rainy seasons, March to April (‘long’ rains) and November to December (‘short’ rains). Best wildlife-viewing is June to October. Precipitation : Annual rainfall between

read more

Conservation Status : RAMSAR site. Various wildlife sanctuaries can be found around the lake. Established : Listed as a RAMSAR site in 1995. Location : 90 Kms Northwest of Nairobi. Size : 130 Km² (although this is highly variable, due to fluctuating water levels). Height A.S.L. : 1884 m Seasonal Variation : Rainy season is

read more

Conservation Status : National Park Established : 1948 Location : Southeast Kenya. Mtito Andei entrance gate is located at 230 Kms Southeast of Nairobi. Size : 7,065 Km² Height A.S.L. : 150 m – 1,200 m Seasonal Variation : Dry season is best for game-viewing, especially January, February and August – October. Rains fall in

read more

Conservation Status : National Park Established : 1948 Location : Southeast Kenya. Mtito Andei entrance gate is located at 230 Kms Southeast of Nairobi; Voi Gate is 160 Kms Northwest of Mombasa. Size : 13,747 Km² Height A.S.L. : 200 m – 1,000 m Seasonal Variation : Less dramatically seasonal than other parks. Dry season

read more

Conservation Status : National Park Established : 1974 (previously a National Reserve, from 1968) Location : 230 Kms South of Nairobi, via Namanga Size : 392 Km² Height A.S.L. : 1200 – 1400 m Seasonal Variation : Peak wildlife viewing is at the end of the rainy seasons. Precipitation : Annual rainfall between 300 –

read more