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Enormous herds of wildlife scattered throughout vast savannas, equatorial mountains covered in snow, people of the past who give the world soul and color, Kenya is the land of the Masai Mara.

Destination in a Nutshell

582,646 km²


53.77 million




Quick Facts

  • Kenya has 50 national parks and reserves,

  • The Great Rift Valley was formed more than 25 million years ago.

  • Mount Kenya is the second-highest mountain in Africa

  • Currency: Kenyan Shilling

  • Language: Swahili and English

  • Time zone: GMT +3

Best Time to Visit:

Shoulder Season: November to December and March
  • Best time for lush landscapes, dry season and underwater adventures.

  • Many newborn animals make their appearances, and it’s a gorgeous time to see flamingos and migratory birds.

High Season: July to October and January to February
  • Best time to see the Great Migration.

  • These months are great to visit Kenya’s parks because the grass is thin, there’s little rainfall and sightings are easier as animals congregate around waterholes.

Low Season: April to June
  • The “long rains” hit in April and May, and sometimes in March too.

  • Best time for smaller crowds and lower prices.


All of our programs can also be tailored to match your needs and preferences.

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