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    Kenya Safaris

    Superb Kenya Safaris

    Kenya, the most revered of Africa’s safari destinations, is located in East Africa and is known for its abundant wildlife and annual Great Migration. It is a country full of romance, excitement, and adventure — nothing says “classic safari” like a Kenya safari.

    Kenya safaris not only offer spectacular natural beauty in one of the most unspoiled locations in the world, but they also allow you to get up close and personal with some of Africa’s most sought-after wildlife.

    The Masai Mara, Amboseli, and Mount Kilimanjaro are all must-see destinations on Kenya safaris. Kenya is a well-balanced destination with diverse and abundant wildlife. The southern parks and reserves, such as Masai Mara and Amboseli, are well worth visiting. The northern parts of Kenya’s private concessions and Samburu reserves are also superb destinations to visit on Kenya safaris.

    Why Kenya Safaris?

    Kenya is the original safari destination — the homeland of the safari.

    Kenya has fascinated and attracted explorers, adventurers and writers from all over the world.

    Both Teddy Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway went on Kenya safaris during their travels in Africa.

    The sheer variety of Kenya’s landscape, its animals, traditions and cultures, and experiences are what make it so alluring.

    There is no other country in Africa with such diversity — from snow-capped mountains and open grassland to undeveloped beaches and a tropical rain forest, as well as elephant herds and flamingo flocks, wandering tribespeople, and dhow sailors.

    You can also witness unique species in Kenya, such as the Grevy’s zebra, reticulated and Rothschild’s giraffe, gerenuk, and the critically endangered hirola, popularly known as the “four-eyed antelope.”

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