Birthplace of the original safari, Kenya still has a fascination and draw for a holiday in Africa. The Kenya safari experience now belongs to conservationists who often run them with local communities, who benefit directly from the revenues generated. A Kenya luxury safari can involve settling in one place or a tailor-made holiday involving a few different areas.
There is extensive and varied game viewing offered by Kenya's amazing variety of habitats, snow-capped mountains, deserts, rainforests, lakes and savannah, plus the powder white beaches are acknowledged as some of Africa's best. Not only is there an abundance of game, but during the great migration of millions of zebra, antelope and wildebeest move between the Serengeti and Masai Mara, and this still remains one of the most incredible spectacles in the world.
There is a wide range of accommodation from classic bush camps to luxurious lodges to choose from. At the end of a safari, the beach is a popular choice and Kenya's immaculate sandy coastline, marine national parks and intriguing Swahili influenced towns beckon.