Kenya’s savannah sunsets, gorgeous lake lands and rocky mountain highlands make it one of the most stunning places on the African continent.
The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office advise against travelling within 60km of the Kenyan-Somali border in all but essential circumstances as well as the Garissa County, the Eastleigh area of Nairobi, Lamu County and the areas of the Tana River County and the river itself. However, these areas do not impact the safaris in the south of the country and therefore acts as contextual information for travellers heading to Kenya.
Wildlife in Kenya is world-renowned, allowing you to have rare insights and experiences with some of the most fascinating species walking the Earth today. Safaris in Kenya, where big cats, elephants, rhino and buffalo roam free, are truly like no other.