Kenya is among the top safari countries in the world and is one of the most popular attracting a large number of visitors in East Africa. It has abundant wildlife and one of the most diversely majestic landscapes on the continent. Flying, mobile tented, camel, walking and horseback safaris are available.Our safaris starts as from 3days. Enjoy your tours!

Safari is Swahili word for journey’ and it is in Kenya that Safaris began. Magnificent national parks and reserves brim with wildlife. Lush forests, breathtaking mountains and tribal cultures plus the amazing quality and variety of birdlife, make Kenya a fascinating destination. The 500 kms of golden beaches of the Kenyan Coast welcome the visitor to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. It is perhaps the wildlife more than anything that draws visitors to Kenya, boasting some of the finest reserves in Africa - and visitors will be thrilled at the sight of lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, giraffe, gazelle, buffalo, hippo, rhino - and much more.
Kenya's history pre-dates the stone and iron ages. Archaeological evidence has been unearthed to suggest that some two million years ago, ancestors of the genus Homo Habilis and Homo Erectus roamed an area in the very north of Kenya, around Lake Turkana. Hominid fossil finds dating back two million years have earned Kenya the title of "The Cradle of Mankind".

Arabs arrived on the Kenyan coast during the third and fourth century, and encountered strong resistance from the local inhabitants. Lamu was the center of the first Arab settlement, which then spread south. The European settlement was led by the Portuguese. In 1895, Kenya was declared a British Protecorate and remained as such until 1920 when it became a colony of the British Empire.Today, Kenya is an independent Republic within the Commonwealth having gained independence from Britain in 1963.There are 45 main ethnic groups of people in Kenya and over 140 sub groups and we invites you to
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