Safari & Mountains

Have you ever smelled the breath of a lion?

Feel the wind rush across your face, standing in your open air Land Cruiser as it drives across the plains, slowing to put you face to face with Kenya’s famous cheetah brothers, the Tano Bora. Awaken to the sound of lions bellowing outside of your camp, feel your smile stretch from ear to ear as you watch baby elephants playing in the waterhole, and meet the last two Northern White Rhino’s in existence.

Red clay, dry plains, an abundance of elephants, giraffes, gazelles, hartebeests, and zebras, Tsavo East National Park is perfect for those wishing for a one day safari experience or a quick getaway. Located 173km north-west of Mombasa, explorers can drive from Temple Point to arrive at one of our favorite partner camps and begin their search for four of the “Big Five” must-see animals located within the park: buffalo, elephants, lions, and leopards.

Red clay, dry plains, an abundance of elephants, giraffes, gazelles, hartebeests, and zebras, Tsavo East National Park is perfect for those wishing for a one day safari experience or a quick getaway. Located 173km north-west of Mombasa, explorers can drive from Temple Point to arrive at one of our favorite partner camps and begin their search for four of the “Big Five” must-see animals located within the park: buffalo, elephants, lions, and leopards.

Home to the largest population of red-skinned elephants, Tsavo West boasts varying terrain from northern bush land with scattered baobab trees to the familiar red clay plains you’ll find in Tsavo East. Wonderful for bird watching and seeking out elusive rhinos, Tsavo West offers the chance of seeing all of the Big Five.

Home to the largest population of red-skinned elephants, Tsavo West boasts varying terrain from northern bush land with scattered baobab trees to the familiar red clay plains you’ll find in Tsavo East. Wonderful for bird watching and seeking out elusive rhinos, Tsavo West offers the chance of seeing all of the Big Five.

Float above hunting lions in a hot air balloon, experience breakfast in the bush while watching antelopes bound about in the distance, marvel in awe as thousands of wildebeest and zebras gather to cross the Mara River during the Great Migration, and share a laugh with a hyena at the Maasai Mara. Home to many of National Geographic’s most photographed African animals including black-maned lions, the Maasai Mara is a bucket list safari with options to ride horses, walk with the Maasai, travel by hot air balloon, bathe in the bush, and so much more.

Float above hunting lions in a hot air balloon, experience breakfast in the bush while watching antelopes bound about in the distance, marvel in awe as thousands of wildebeest and zebras gather to cross the Mara River during the Great Migration, and share a laugh with a hyena at the Maasai Mara. Home to many of National Geographic’s most photographed African animals including black-maned lions, the Maasai Mara is a bucket list safari with options to ride horses, walk with the Maasai, travel by hot air balloon, bathe in the bush, and so much more.

Seek out the elusive black leopard, endangered black rhinos, bongo antelopes, lions, and elephants while traveling from forest to hills and peaks, splashing in waterfalls and streams, and admiring over 250 species of birds along the way at Aberdare National Park.

Seek out the elusive black leopard, endangered black rhinos, bongo antelopes, lions, and elephants while traveling from forest to hills and peaks, splashing in waterfalls and streams, and admiring over 250 species of birds along the way at Aberdare National Park.

Over 400 species of birds including giant flocks of flamingos welcome you to Lake Nakuru where you’ll find water-loving animals such as hippos and statuesque waterbucks. This bird sanctuary makes a wonderful one day safari and can be combined with a visit to Lake Naivasha and Aberdare National Park for a weekend of adventure.

Over 400 species of birds including giant flocks of flamingos welcome you to Lake Nakuru where you’ll find water-loving animals such as hippos and statuesque waterbucks. This bird sanctuary makes a wonderful one day safari and can be combined with a visit to Lake Naivasha and Aberdare National Park for a weekend of adventure.

The African elephant lovers dream, Amboseli National Park is home to over 1,600 free ranging African elephants, and huge herds of wildebeests, giraffes, lions, monkeys, zebras, hyenas, and antelopes. Sit in awe fireside as you watch the sun disappear behind majestic Mount Kilimanjaro revealing a sky blanketed in stars.

The African elephant lovers dream, Amboseli National Park is home to over 1,600 free ranging African elephants, and huge herds of wildebeests, giraffes, lions, monkeys, zebras, hyenas, and antelopes. Sit in awe fireside as you watch the sun disappear behind majestic Mount Kilimanjaro revealing a sky blanketed in stars.

Hugged by grassy banks and shingled with cacti and sand olive trees, the Rift Valley’s highest lake extends like a vast, sunlit sea. But there’s more to this spot than the lovely blue lake. You can ride among giraffes and zebras, sip on a glass of Rift Valley red, look for hippos on the lake and relax in the garden at Elsamere.

Hugged by grassy banks and shingled with cacti and sand olive trees, the Rift Valley’s highest lake extends like a vast, sunlit sea. But there’s more to this spot than the lovely blue lake. You can ride among giraffes and zebras, sip on a glass of Rift Valley red, look for hippos on the lake and relax in the garden at Elsamere.

East Africa’s largest black rhino sanctuary, home to the world’s last two Northern White Rhinos, the Big Five, and the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees, Ol Pejeta Conservancy is truly a once in a lifetime experience.

East Africa’s largest black rhino sanctuary, home to the world’s last two Northern White Rhinos, the Big Five, and the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees, Ol Pejeta Conservancy is truly a once in a lifetime experience.

Kenya is home to more than 3,000 named mountains, with many worthy of exploration!

Trek the highest mountain in Kenya, and the second highest in Africa, Mount Kenya. Push yourself to the limit with rock climbing or take an easier route to Point Lenana without requiring a climb. Mount Kenya has a variety of routes to its various peaks, offering something for nearly everyone.

Kenya is home to more than 3,000 named mountains, with many worthy of exploration!

Trek the highest mountain in Kenya, and the second highest in Africa, Mount Kenya. Push yourself to the limit with rock climbing or take an easier route to Point Lenana without requiring a climb. Mount Kenya has a variety of routes to its various peaks, offering something for nearly everyone.

Find yourself traversing between Kenya and Uganda on Mount Elgon, the oldest and largest solitary volcano in East Africa. Don’t worry, this shield volcano is extinct and no longer active.

There are only 330 carbonatite volcanoes in the world, Mount Homa is one of them. Located in western Kenya, Mount Homa forms a broad peninsula on the southern shore of Winam Gulf, an extension of Lake Victoria.

Mount Longonot, a stratovolcano, is one of the most interesting mountains you’ll find! A forest of small trees covers the crater floor with several steam vents around the walls of the crater. Zebra, giraffes, buffalos, and hartebeest call Mount Longonot home.

We couldn’t forget about Kilimanjaro, now could we? The world’s highest freestanding mountain, Kilimanjaro draws adventure seekers from all around the globe wishing to stake their claim in having trekked it.

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