Have you ever seen a majestic elephant appear at the bend of a path? Have you ever met the gaze of a lion in the middle of nature or giraffes in the middle of the savannah, against the backdrop of the setting sun?
Heard a whole herd of elephants munching on tree leaves? Watched for the animal whose footsteps you hear without knowing who it is? Saw animals appear at dusk to go drink at the river?
These unique, breathtaking, incredible sensations, you can experience them during your visit to luxury safari travel Destination, in the splendid country of Kenya!
Going on a safari in Africa means going to meet magnificent wild animals. Going on a Kenya safari means discovering unparalleled nature, with the African savannah and its immense plains, in a grandiose setting, that of Kilimanjaro! Nothing could be more majestic than seeing herds of elephants grazing peacefully against the backdrop of the eternal snow of Kilimanjaro!
Observe the splendor of the landscapes and the wildlife with luxury safari tours and nothing will be more beautiful than that.
You will take advantage of this idyllic setting to meet exceptional animals. A Kenya safari indeed means going to meet multiple wild species: herds of giraffes, impalas, elephants with their baby calves, hippos, gazelles, but also, depending on the path, a lion, or why not a leopard, you thus live an extraordinary adventure!
Kenya has many nature reserves, allowing varied safaris and each more exciting than the next. Of all the Kenyan reserves, the Maasai Mara reserve is clearly the most famous.
Its extraordinary landscapes indeed invite you to an exceptional safari. You can even, if the time of year allows it, attend a breathtaking spectacle, that of the incredible migration of gigantic herds of wildebeest and zebras from Tanzania to the Kenyan plains.
But Kenya has many other nature reserves, each one full of wonders for an unforgettable stay: you will be able to observe unique and endemic species in the Taita reserve; rare species, such as Grevy’s zebra and gerenuk, the long-necked antelope-giraffe, in the Samburu reserve; or even black-maned lions in Tsavo West Park and chimpanzees in the sanctuary dedicated to them near Mount Kenya.
You can also go to meet countless species of birds, swarming to the delight of ornithologists along the shores of Lake Naivasha or in the Samburu reserve.
Without forgetting the astonishing spectacle of the thousands of pink flamingos of Lake Nakuru, whose enchanting ballet alone is worth the trip! It is also on the shores of Lake Nakuru that you can observe the famous Rothschild’s giraffe, the largest of the giraffes.
From full days of game drives to excursions and discovery activities, you’ll travel at your own pace and explore other aspects of Kenya.
You can visit the Sheldricks Orphanage, which takes care of orphaned baby elephants, and where you will learn how to feed and care for baby elephants. You can even approach them!
You can also visit the Kiambethu farm, which was the first to cultivate and produce the famous Kenyan tea, or take a boat trip on Lake Baringo, with peaceful waters, full of fish, a true paradise for birds and which offers, with its ocher-colored cliffs, a magnificent setting.
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