Amazing things about Kenya


Kenya’s 49 national parks and reserves include marine reserves.

Covering many aspects of terrain

Deserts, grassy plains, forests, mountains, lakes, and coral reefs. Every sort of terrain can be found in Kenya.

 Dedicated to protecting its indigenous flora and fauna, Kenya also keeps a keen eye on conserving nature and works with tribes that coexist within those boundaries.

The Masai Mara

  • One of the seven wonders of Africa.

source from Masaimara

The Great Wildebeest Migration is a remarkable sight during the months of August through July when a torrent of life travels in search of greener pastures. A stupefying wonder to behold right before your very eyes. More than one million wildebeest and 200,000 Zebras engage in the Mara during this migration.

Barefoot Africa offers a sterling East African encounter that will be shared over and over again for generations to come. One that leaves a memory about Africa’s crucial wilderness regions. The only one of its kind. Enjoy an inclusive more select safari and rendezvous with life in its most raw habitat. Brush up against the Serengeti, the Maasai Mara, The Great Migration, and the infamous silverback gorillas, or enjoy one of many iconic experiences.

Kenya is the authentic African safari landing point, and one of the highest quality. Approximately 9 percent of the motherland is safeguarded. It is a dwelling to virtually 400 classifications of mammals and a countless number of feathered friends that are able to fly and some not so able. Kenya’s scenery encompasses jaw-dropping sun beaches, breathtaking Great Rift Valley, and Snow capped mountains.

Due to its geographical location, Kenya is known as the heart and gateway of Africa, and surrounded by countries that have much to offer: Hedged In towards the east is the Indian Oceans’ warm waters offering glorious white sand palm-fringed beaches and affordable boutique hotels. The dramatic Great Rift valley and mountain highlands running north to south are just some of the most celebrated attractions this vast land of ours presents.

Lake Victoria

  • The world’s largest tropical lake and the world’s second-largest freshwater lake is shared with Tanzania and Uganda.