Nairobi & Surrounds
Easily East Africa’s most cosmopolitan city, Nairobi is Kenya’s beating heart. With so many activities woven into its urban web, Nairobi will often come as a pleasant surprise with a thrumming nightlife scene and an established cafe culture.
Maasai Mara National Reserve
Bordering Tanzania, the Mara is the northern extension of the Serengeti and forms a wildlife corridor between the two countries. It’s named after the statuesque, red-cloaked Maasai people who live in the park. Arguably Kenya’s most popular game park, guests can watch the annual migration every year from July to October, when millions of wildebeest and zebra migrate from the Serengeti in Tanzania.
Chyulu Hills National Park
The lesser-known Chyulu Hills National Park directly translates to “The Spotted Hills”, with distinctive rounded hills with volcanic vents punctuating the landscape. There is plenty to see and do here with walking safaris, game drives and caving available in the park including Leviathan Cave— the 4th longest lava tube in the world, and the longest in Africa.