Few places on Earth romanticize the unique blend of mother nature and the vastness of Earth’s natural plains. With several national parks, Kenya is synonymous with the word: safari.

Considered a gem in the history of exploration of our planet, Kenya is home to this exquisite blend of culture, terrain, and anthropological values. The Masai Mara National Reserve will have you believe that the country is all plains of dried grass but visit the Amboseli National Park and Kenya will emerge blissfully with green life and cool breezes that emerge from the might of Mount Kilimanjaro.

The elephant herds in the Kenya’s largest National Park: are nothing short of a glimpse of God giving our heavily industrialized Earth a second chance.

With colors, joy, bliss, blends, exquisite smells, thousands of flocks of pink flamingoes, plains, mountains, and breezes, and bordered by the Indian Ocean, Kenya, is a must-visit place for the purest of explorer spirits.


Masai Mara

Zebras, wildebeests, gazelles, grassy plains, sunlight, nature at its finest: Masai Mara is living proof that our planet is alive. The Masai Mara National Reserve is also home to the big 5, lion, leopard, buffalo, Elephant and the elusive rhino. The eighth wonder of the world is the great migration were hundreds of thousands of wildebeests, antelopes, gazelles, and zebras make the dangerous trek across the Serengeti in search of water in the Masai Mara. During this time tourists can experience some amazing hunts. As a famous tourist destination, the Masai Mara safari is one of the most sought-after experiences in the entire African continent.

Amboseli National Park

The Amboseli National Park is famous for its free-ranging elephants and Keya’s highest peak: Mount Kilimanjaro. The park is home to the great African lion, the Cape buffalo, the Masai giraffe, and a range of exotic birds, the likes of which are not found anywhere else in the world. It also houses five huge swamps and a Pleistocene Lake.

Lake Nakuru National Park

With a shallow lake in the center, Lake Nakuru National Park presents tourists with a great opportunity to see hundreds of species of birds all lined up around the water. It is a bird lover’s paradise as the algae attract a lot of flamingoes and other exotic birds. Lake Nakuru also attracts a lot of white rhinos and lions because of its freshwater.

Samburu National Park
The park is one of the few places on the planet that houses all three big cats: the cheetah, the lion, and the African leopard. With its area stretching from Central Kenya to the country’s extremities, the national park offers scenic views of wildlife like no other. The entire ecosystem is ruled by vicious beasts, exotic birds, endangered species, and the hot African terrain. The park is also home to the sacred Mount Ololokwe.

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