Embark on an awe-inspiring trip to Kenya and Tanzania, where the wild sounds of nature will leave a powerful and long-lasting impression. Here you will come face to face with abundant wildlife amid breathtaking natural landscapes and experience the unique culture of the Maasai people who inhabit the lands.
A large game reserve located in the Narok County of Kenya, this is the perfect place to witness the annual migration of wildebeest from Tanzania, from July through to October. The park is abundant with wildlife, including elephants, rhinos, buffalo, zebras, hartebeest, antelopes, gazelles and giraffes, not to mention, lions, leopards, crocodiles and more.
Another premier game reserve, known for having the largest lion population in Africa and an abundance of other wildlife. Take a guided tour of the Olduvai Gorge, where you can also view ancient fossils.
Located within its own national park, Lake Nakuru’s abundance of algae attracts a vast quantity of flamingos, which nest along the lake shores. The horizon of the lake is often hardly recognisable due to the continually shifting mass of pink.
You may choose to take a walk in the bush with an experienced Maasai guide. View their traditional dress and experience the way of life and hospitality of the Maasai people as you take in Africa’s natural beauty.