Tembea Kenya

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Tribal lands rich in colour, culture and diversity, exclusive hillside retreats and exquisite riverside lodges overlooking waterholes which teem with game.

Bounteous wildlife and bead-clad tribes people; gourmet bush dining under a canopy of trees, the silver cutlery and white linen gleaming in the moonlight. Kenya holds unforgettable sights and surprises at every turn. To the south, elephants traverse Amboseli National Park in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro, a dry and dusty land dappled with swamplands to attract nature’s giants, the early light of dawn turning the snow on the peaks into an ethereal pink. Unspoilt tropical beaches stretch along a glorious coastline, with miles of coral reef that, when the tide is low enough, can be reached across the sand. Lush plantations of banana, sugarcane, coconut, sisal and cashew nut cover the verdant coastal strip, nurtured by equatorial rains. Inland lie the wondrous sights of the Great Rift Valley and the Masai Mara Game Reserve where wildebeest and zebra mass for the Great Migration. In turn, the predators gather – lion and hyena scenting their prey. The scene creates one of the greatest wildlife shows on earth. More natural wonder awaits on nearby Lake Nakuru, the giraffe, rhino, waterbuck and tree-climbing lions taking second place to the pink explosion of over a million flamingos dotting the soda lake’s surface. To the country’s north, Mount Kenya rises majestically to the only peak where snow is found on the equator, brooding above an

array of scenery from vast open savannah in Samburu to the dry plains and kopjes of Shaba National Reserve. Nature in the raw, viewed best from captivating wilderness camps topped by decadent Kenyan skies assuring endless memories and authentic luxury Kenya holiday experiences.

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Explore /Amboseli National Park

Greece

Situated about 228km on the Nairobi-Mombasa road, it is 5-hour drive from Nairobi and accessible via daily scheduled flights from Nairobi Wilson Airport.

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Explore /Mt. Kenya

South Africa

Mount Kenya is the second highest peak in Africa. With its rugged ice-capped summits and cloud-forested middle slopes, it is one of the most impressive of East African landscapes.

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Explore /Tsavo National Park

tsavo

Tsavo is made up of two separate parks, Tsavo East National Park and Tsavo West National Park. Located in Coast Province of Kenya in between Nairobi City and Mombasa.

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Explore /Coast Beaches

Greece

The coast is a world apart from “upcountry” Kenya and in many ways it feels like a different country. For a start, Mombasa, Kenya’s second city, is a much easier place to enjoy than Nairobi.

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Explore /The Masai Mara

South Africa

You will easily see zebras, hyenas, hippos, rhinos, crocodiles, giraffe, wildebeests, lions, buffalos, warthogs, jackals, wild dogs, buffalo, leopard, elephants and antelopes. It is in the Mara that perhaps the most spectacular event of the natural world takes place.

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Explore /Laikipia

Indonesia

Between Mount Kenya and the northern deserts, Laikipia high rangelands spread out between north-flowing streams and rivers, which flow throughout most of the year into the Ewaso Nyiro, northern Kenya’s greatest river.
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Explore /Aberdare/Mt Kenya Safari

Greece

This massive range is well known for its thick salient forests, and their prolific game.
Above the forest is a belt of bamboo, a favourite haunt of the Bongo, a rare and elusive forest antelop

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Explore /Bogoria $ Baringo Safari

South Africa

The soda waters of the lake attract massive flocks of Flamingo, and the lake is often carpeted with pink

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Explore /Amboseli Safari

Indonesia

Walk up observation hill in the centre of the park for tremendous, panoramic views of the entire Amboseli ecosystem

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Kenya /Samburu, Shaba & Buffalo Springs

These places have got abundance of trees, water and shade, which entice wildlife. Shaba is home to the endangered Grevy’s zebra and the rare gerenuk, the unusual reticulated giraffe, Somali ostrich, beisa, oryx, vulturine, guinea fowl among others

Kenya /Tsavo west & Tsavo east safari

Mzima Springs which is a star attraction, a pool of natural spring water with underwater viewing hides for observing hippos, crocodiles and exotic fish, the greenery surrounding the springs is a welcome contrast to the harsh terrain that forms the bulk of Tsavo West

Kenya /Masai Mara safari

Masai Mara is also home to the Mara-Serengeti Ecosystem hosting an annual million strong migration of wildebeest and zebra in search of greener pastures. This phenomenon has made this ecosystem one of the world’s natural wonders.