Kenya, the birthplace of safaris, continues to reign as one of Africa’s premier safari destinations.
The natural heritage of Kenya extends far beyond the iconic Big Five, encompassing lush forests, majestic glacial mountain peaks, and thriving coral reefs along the coastline. The landscape also unfolds as expansive grassland plains, bearing witness to the monumental migration of countless wildebeest.
The nation’s pride lies in its extensive array of protected areas, an impressive array comprising 65 national parks and reserves, complemented by private and community conservancies. Collectively, these sanctuaries constitute a substantial portion of Kenya’s rich and varied terrains and ecosystems. Within their embrace, a diverse array of creatures finds refuge—from the magnificent elephant to the diminutive elephant shrew, illustrating the incredible range of life supported by Kenya’s unique landscapes.