Synonymous with safaris, Kenya is where it all began and where the spirit of an African safari lives on.
Given its iconic status as a big game destination, most visitors already have an idea of what to see and do in Kenya and unsurprisingly it revolves around Kenya’s amazing wildlife.
Kenya’s flagship destination, the Masai Mara for a Masai Mara Safari, is most famous for the Wildebeest Migration but there’s excellent wildlife viewing almost anywhere in Kenya’s parks and reserves at any time of year and a long list of Places of Interest that includes flamingo-covered lakes and snow-capped mountains.
But it’s not all about game viewing – there are plenty of Activities in Kenya to keep you busy, from hot air ballooning to interacting with the Maasai community.
Check out our Kenya Top Experiences for more inspiration on what to see and do in Kenya – and don’t forget Kenya’s beaches – hundreds of miles of unspoilt beaches, glitzy resorts and tropical island hideaways – the perfect way to end off a dusty safari.