Kenya’s natural natural wonders are spread out over the landscape, from the snowcapped tropical peak of Mount Kenya, through volcanoes, inland seas, the mighty Rift Valley and down to the glorious beaches along the coastline.
Mountain ranges give way to deep valleys with rivers cascading over waterfalls where game includes the colobus monkey and abundant bird life.
One of the best wildlife-viewing experiences in the world with spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro. It is also home to the Maasai people.
Great Rift Valley
A continuous geographic trough that runs from northern Syria in Southwest Asia to central Mozambique in East Africa and includes some of the highest mountains in Africa and some of the deepest lakes in the world.
The northern continuation of the Serengeti Plains and part of the annual migration of zebra and wildebeest, sometimes referred to as the Great Migration.
Meru National Park
A Kenyan forest reserve with tall grass, lush swamps made famous by George and Joy Adamson as one of the areas used for raising Elsa the Lioness.
The second highest mountain in Africa and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Samburu National Park
Part of the Great Rift Valley in Kenya and home to a wide variety of animal life and over 350 species of birds.
One of the oldest and largest parks in Kenya with magnificent scenery and varied wildlife.