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Kenya

  • Alan and Peter from London travelled to KenyaHi Frances, just wanted to write to thank you for all your help arranging our recent holiday to Kenya. You were always very helpful. All the arrangements were fantastic as were the places we stayed. The view from the lounge at Tortilis over the watering hole and the bush beyond was lovely, as was the view from our tent at Kicheche Mara Camp; we had elephants and baboons coming right up to the tent. The migration has not really happened this year, so the Mara was empty compared to what it should be this time of year. That was a little disappointing but we saw the Big 5 and we had some good sightings including a lion hunt, although they just missed out on catching a warthog.Alan and Peter from London travelled to Kenya

    Alan and Peter from London travelled to Kenya

Kenya

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Wildlife regions and attractions in Kenya

A key consideration when travelling to Kenya is the subject of exclusivity. Kenya has long had a reputation as a thriving tourist destination with the negative connotation that the safari regions are very busy. In some of the mainstream National Parks and Reserves this is true to an extent, though there are always ways to minimise your exposure to the busiest areas. However, what many people do not realise is that Kenya also offers a wide range of incredibly exclusive and remote safari and wilderness experiences.

Our holidays through Kenya will often combine more famous regions such as the Masai Mara with more exclusive private game conservancies, community lands or lesser known National Parks where you can easily enjoy a true wilderness experience, sometimes alongside top quality game-viewing. Even in the Masai Mara, known as a spectacular but touristy game-viewing region, a number of conservancies have recently been developed which offer really good levels of exclusivity.