Kenya To See

Western Kenya

Western Kenya

Western part of Kenya has many attractions; the countryside is beautiful with rolling hills, green bushes of vast tea plantations. In the far west is lake Victoria with the city of Kisumu on its shores with tempting possibilities of many activities. To the south are the islands of Rusinga and Mfangano, and a short distance […]

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Tsavo

Tsavo

The Nairobi / Mombasa Road divides Tsavo from north to south into Tsavo East and Tsavo West. In the most part of Tsavo West the game live in an almost undisturbed existence and in quiet seclusion- herein lays the challenge today. At the Tsavo West you also have the Chulu hills, which is home to […]

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Shaba

Shaba

This park is 314 kms from Nairobi. To get there by air is 45 minutes and by road 5 hours. Shaba game reserve is a semi desert with a rugged hilly terrain, with great rocky kopjes (small isolated hills) and lots of springs supporting the abundant wildlife.

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Samburu Park

Samburu Park

This game reserve is situated in the Northern Province of Kenya. It is rugged and a semi- desert. To get here you will cross the equator at Nanyuki and go to the northern hemisphere by passing the snow capped Mt Kenya lying astrand the equator line and huge blue mountains serve as a back drop to this game reserve.

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Nairobi City

Nairobi City

Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city is the first port of call for many of the country’s visitors. With GREAT LAKES SAFARIS Kenya origins, our local knowledge is unrivalled, and we are best placed to provide our clients with their ideal holiday. Safaris cover the full range of Kenya’s most famous national parks and game reserves in […]

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Mount Kenya & Aberdare National Park

Mount Kenya & Aberdare National Park

MOUNT KENYA Aqua fresh mountain air, the glorious views, peace and tranquility. This is the country’s highest Mountain with several places of interest….Sweet Waters Game Sanctuary and Tented Camp, Mount Kenya Safari Club, Naro Moro River Lodge and Serena Mountain Lodge. At 5,199 m. high, Mount Kenya is Africa’s second highest mountain. It offers easy […]

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Meru

Meru

Best remembered as the setting where Elsa, Joy Adamson’s lioness, was returned to the wild. Meru provides a stunning combination of diverse habitats. On the lower slopes of Mt. Kenya, it remains an unspoilt wilderness. Dense riverine forests attract Leopards, and a full complement of ‘the big five’ including Black Rhino, in a dramatic setting […]

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Maralal

Maralal

This is one of the best places where you can go for trekking safari, Camel safaris, and walking safaris. This is up in the desert and it’s extremely hot. It is in this town where the only camel Derby in the world for both amateur and professionals is held.

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Maasai Mara

Maasai Mara

This is the jewel of Kenya’s game parks – Masai Mara located in the northern section of the great Serengeti plains. This is where a million wildebeests and zebra make their perilous annual migration of crossing from Serengeti, Tanzania to Masai Mara Kenya.

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Amboseli Park

Amboseli Park

This park is 250km from Nairobi. This south east of Nairobi towards the Kenya and Tanzania border. The People around here are the masaai people, one of Kenya’s most colourful people. They have held on their culture living in mud manyatta huts, pastoralists and rigid beautiful culture where on has to kill a lion to […]

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