KENYA SAFARI DESTINATION
Unlike any other Destination on earth, Kenya is the essence of diversity. commonly referred to as the “Safari Capital of the world” combined with some of the finest 500 kms beaches on the Indian Ocean.
Kenya is dominated in geographically by the Great Rift Valley, a cast kilometer -deep trough that bisects the country from the north to south , its floor is dotted with smoking craters, dormant cones and several lakes. Latitudinal Kenya is one of a dozen countries worldwide to spanning both hemisphere with the equator and within a km is the jagged peaks of mount Kenya with its permanent glacier activity.
Kenya is home to more than a dozen of different indigenous ethnic groups each with its won language, customs and history. These range from the El Molo fishermen of Turkana region, agricultural kikuyu of central highlands, the Pastoralist and staunchly traditionalist Masai and Samburu down to the coast Islamic culture strongly informed with the Arabic.
Kenya is renowned for its wildlife. A Kenyan safari is a truly African experience combining the animals in the plains such as the world famous Masai Mara, the Rift Valley, Amboseli, Samburu and Tsavo game reserves. In total Kenya has 54 national parks and reserves, combine with the private Conservancies and sanctuaries they cover 10% of the land area. The coast has over seven Marine National parks and reserves.
The 7th wonder of the world recognizes Masai Mara Wildllife Reserve with its legendary Greatest annual migration of up to two million wildebeest arriving from the Serengeti plains in the neighboring Tanzania Every August sticking around for a couple of months as they graze the Green pastures of the region before traipsing back southwards.
Nairobi being the capital city is usually the start of that wonderful safari, a bursting modern capital of over 3 million people boasting genuinely world class amenities that is comparable with only a handful of cities in the Sub-Saharan Africa, yet its capital’s industrial park belts end just a few meters of Nairobi National park and East African busiest Airport Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
To complement the safari experience Kenya re-nowed for its world class hospitality in the modern or rural setting this completed by an very hospitality service oriented population.
For the corporate business Traveller – No business in Nairobi in secured without a few moments to experience our diverse offer, Holiday link Africa in addition to your safari will be able to handle your business , MICE and Meetings need while in Kenya.
Holiday link Africa looks forward to be your host in Kenya.
KENYA NATIONAL PARKS AND GAME RESERVES
Amboseli National Park
Kenya’s Largest National Park Amboseli National Park isn’t the largest park in Kenya’s National Park system, The Maasai have given Amboseli its name, which means “place of water.” The Amboseli Nati...
Tsavo East & Tsavo West National Parks
Home to the rare & endangered Hirola Antelope Tsavo west and Tsavo East national parks for one of the largest national parks accounting for over 4% of Kenya total land area . located in the sou...
Lake Nakuru National Park – Rift Valley
The Great Rift Valley extends for about 4,000 miles, its course being clearly marked by many of the lakes of East Africa as well as by the adjacent volcanic peaks. In Kenya it can be traced southwa...
Lake Naivasha & Hell’s Gate National Parks
Lake Naivasha And Hell’s Gate National Park Is an excellent “ Walk on the Wild Side” Hell’s Gate National Park located in Naivasha is home to a variety of wildlife, flora and over 100 species of bi...
Mount Kenya Climbing
Samburu Rugged Northern Frontier
Masai Mara National Reserve
Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the most popular tourism destinations in Kenya- Africa. The reserve is located in the Great Rift Valley in primarily open grassland. The mara is an extension o...
Lake Bogoria National Reserve
Lake Bogoria National Reserve Is considered a bird haven with over 310 species of birds and 50 migratory species of birds – 374 bird species have been recorded. It is also home of Africa’s most mag...
Bird Watching Safaris in Kenya
East Africa boasts of over 1750 species of the world’s 8600 bird species; Kenya holds over 100 bird species making Kenya the greatest county in Africa for bird watching Birdwatchers may end up seei...
Nairobi National Park
Nairobi National Park is a unique ecosystem by being the only protected area in the world close to a capital city. The park is located only 7 km from Nairobi city centre. The savannah ecosystem com...
ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK
ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK The Aberdare National Park, with an area of 767 Km2 covers the higher areas of the Aberdare Mountain Ranges of Central Kenya,. Animals easily observed in the park include; th...