Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya

The Nairobi is not separated from the wildlife that surround it. At the door step is Nairobi National Park

Masai Mara renown for the Great migration and the big five

A home to over a million flamingos and many other species of birds and wildlife.

Lake Naivasha is a fresh Lake and attract birds. In the adjunction is a wildlife sanctuary

Samburu on the northern side of Kenya is famous for articulated giraffes, gerenuk and more wildlife.

Mount Kenya National park with the tree lodges overlooking water hole where the animals take water interns 

Amboseli at the foot of the snow capped mount Kilimanjaro the tallest mountain in Africa boast herds of elephants and other wildlife

Tsavo is the largest National Park in Kenya and boast all animals available in Kenya

Spice Tour. A real experience to prove why Zanzibar is called the “Spice Island.”

Mombasa is the second biggest city in Kenya and boast the port and was the center of slave trade

Lake Turkana, formerly (Lake Rudolf) located in Northern Kenya along the Gret Rift Valley and bordering Ethiopia, is the world’s largest alkaline lake and desert lake.

Kenya and Tanzania boast the Great Migration in Masai Mara and Serengeti.

Serengeti is the most famous in Tanzania for the Great migration moving to masai mara in Kenya

Ngorongoro crater is all year round wildlife park. The lake at the center of the crater is a bird sanctuary