Sandmat Trails & Safaris
This is one of East Africa’s best know game viewing areas, it’s a land of rolling hills and grasslands and supports a huge wildlife population. From July to October the Mara offers the best seats in the house for witnessing the spectacle of thousands of migrating wildebeest and zebra in search of fresh pasture. The thrill of the big five that draws many to Kenya and particularly the Masai Mara which is excellent in big cat sightings, especially of lion and leopard
Tsavo East and West National Park
Tsavo Is the largest National Park in Kenya, split in two by the Nairobi- Mombasa highway.This park is famous for the Man Eaters of Tsavo the maneless lions that attacked the railway construction workers in in 1900’s and also the ONLY red elephants. In Tsavo West, the Natural wonders of Shetani Lava flow, landscapes and the Mzima springs abound.
Amboseli National Park
In Amboseli, all things are bound together, all things connect. Located at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the imposing views or the mountains as it peaks high in the sky is always amazing and photographers dream come true. Amboseli is home of some of the largest breeding elephant bulls in Elephants in Africa. The plains are shared with lions, cheetahs, buffalos and other browsers.
For those in search of a wilderness safari experience, the Laikipia Plateau has emerged as a leading light for getting off-the-beaten-track. Laikipia offers some of the most exciting game viewing, being a prime area for rhino and wild dog – two of the most endangered species on the continent. What sets Laikipia apart is the range of safari activities on offer with horse riding, camel trekking and night game drives proving popular
The Samburu National Reserve
is the perfect choice for an outstanding safari coupled with breath-taking scenery. This is one of the best places in Africa for elephants and the hot, dry landscape provides some unusual and rare species of animal: Samburu five – Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Somali ostrich, Beisa oryx and gerenuk.
The capital, Nairobi Unlike many African capital cities which have little to offer tourists, Nairobi has plenty to keep you busy for a day or two with a National Park right in the middle of the city, the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Centre and Karen Blixen’s House and Museum all being popular sight. Bustling with activity and tangible energy, The capital is a must tour
Most Visited Places
Some destinations are timeless; others are often well kept secrets. Lying south of Mombasa, Kenya, on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Afrochic Diani is the perfect getaway.More Details
Borana LodgeLewa Conservancy
With panoramic views over the Samangua Valley and the Lewa Plains to the Ngare Ndare Forest and Mount Kenya beyond. The Lodge offers eight romantic and unique cottages.More Details
Finch Hattons Luxury Camp
Designed to be minimally intrusive, the camp offers guests stunning views from their luxury suites, fusing modern design with rustic charm to provide an experience that seamlessly combines the thrill of a safari adventure.More Details
Nestled in a river glade in the Maasai Mara Game Reserve, the area is a favorite for elephants coming to drink from the Talek River. The camp has been designed to combine the old traditional safari style with a modern and fresh feel.More Details