Get some time with baby and young orphaned elephants and interact up close and personal with giraffes.
Half day tour of the village is enough to learn and understand the cultural heritage of Kenya. You will enjoy traditional dance performances, songs and folklore
Treat yourself to a unique dining experience at Carnivore Restaurant in Nairobi. Enjoy the ambience of this meat-eater’s haven located 3 miles outside of the city
Hell’s Gate is one of Kenya’s smaller National Parks, which can be explored on foot and do some cycling.
A visit to Kiambethu tea farm makes a memorable time and it includes delicious meals, a visit to the indigenous forest, insights to the making and growing of tea provided by the hosts.
The park boasts a large population of Rhino, Lion, Giraffe, Buffalo, Leopard, Water buck as well as many other species of game
No visit to the Maasai Mara can be complete without a trip in a hot-air balloon. Taking off in the beautiful early morning light and drift above the browsing game
Situated on the floor of the world-famous Great Rift Valley, Mount Longonot is a dormant volcano that last erupted in the 1800s. Located just 90km from Nairobi
One of the only places on earth where you can be on safari with skyscrapers as part of your backdrop.