Named after Mount Kenya, the second highest mountain in Africa, the country’s landscape and culture is incredibly diverse. From towering peaks to sprawling deserts, colourful coral reefs to lush rainforests and the best game parks in the world, Kenya is a stunning backdrop for your African adventure.

The Great Rift Valley

Contained within the Great Rift Valley are some of Kenya’s most picturesque sights – including the glistening flamingo lakes as well as an incredible range of wildlife.

Lake Turkana

Lake Turkana is both the world’s largest permanent desert lake, and the world’s largest alkaline lake. Set within the Great Rift Valley, it supports a rich and varied range of life, including many fish and bird species as well as large populations of turtles and crocodiles. The eastern shore is known by many anthropologists as the cradle of humankind due to the number of incredibly ancient human remains discovered there.

Mount Kenya

The highest mountain in the country, Mount Kenya straddles the equator and is peaked in Africa only by Kilimanjaro. It is an extinct volcano of roughly 3 million years old, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the few places on the African equator with permanent glaciers. These feed the lakes at which some of our best heli-fishing is done, high in Mount Kenya National Park – and they also provide an important water source for the animals and civilisations of Kenya.

Maasai Mara

Maasai Mara National Reserve is Kenya’s finest wildlife reserve. Everything about this reserve is outstanding. The wildlife is abundant and the gentle rolling grasslands ensure that animals are never out of sight. Birds, too, are prolific. Including migrants, well over 450 species have been recorded, among them, 57 species of birds of prey.

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