Safari Beach is an idyllic way to combine to safari adventure and coastal chill-outs and there are fe better places than Kenya.
The world's most famous National Park, full with game and savannah views. It is also home to the Big 5.
July to October is arguably the best time to visit, during the country’s dry season, which also coincides with the Great Migration.
The Maasai Mara National Reserve covers over 580 square miles of south-western Kenya and is the northernmost section of the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem. With your binoculars at the ready, you'll have the opportunity to spot the iconic Big Five as well as other unique animals such as zebras, hyenas, topis and gazelle.
With no fences, wildlife roams free offering boundless adventures as you get up close to many of these animals in their natural habitat. Follow the footsteps of ancient explorers and traditional cattle herders of this region by immersing yourself in the local culture on a tour with the Maasai tribe and learn of their survival, traditions and way of life as you take a guided walking safari, through the wilderness, via traditional Maasai villages.
To the north-east of the Great Rift Valley, and north-west of snow-capped Mount Kenya, the high plains of Laikipia are increasingly recognised as one of Kenya’s best safari regions, challenging the Maasai Mara for overall safari experience, if not for raw numbers of animals. It is also home to indigenous communities including the Laikipia Maasai and Samburu.
For travellers looking to combine safari adventures with a little rest and relaxation, why not include a Mombasa or Watamu beach stay? The powdery white sand and jade-coloured waters of this stunning location offer a slice of tropical paradise where you can unwind at the end of a busy trip.
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