Witness the Lion King come to life.
Because you can.
Best Time to Go
June to October
June to October
580,367km² / 224,081mi²
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Kenya is a primarily big game destination that houses some of Africa’s finest attractions and best of all, it is home to the most dramatic, spectacular show on earth – the river crossing during the Great Migration. Iconic landmarks such as Masai Mara National Reserve, Lake Nakuru and Mount Kenya lie nestled within the lush lands of this country. Aside from the diverse landscapes and world-class wildlife, Kenya also hosts the continent’s most colorful tribes.
Despite high crime warnings, Kenya is generally a safe place to spend a well-deserved vacation. What makes this country even more interesting is the fact that the Lion King movie was inspired here. Kenya has always been known as “the miniature of classic Africa.” Thanks to the sheer brilliance of its game-viewing, a trip to Kenya will surely leave you astounded.
Masai Mara Safari
Masai Mara is an absolute dream-come-true African safari destination. Apart from the fact that it hosts one of Africa’s most iconic events which is the Great Migration’s river crossing, it also boasts of an unparalleled game, abundance of wildlife including the Big 5, and a landscape with a beauty that knows no bounds.
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Get front seats to the annual World Cup of Wildlife! Even without a popcorn in your hand, this action-packed event will surely be your most unforgettable live show. Aside from the millions of wildebeests, zebras and gazelles, you will also be able to see a lot of predators like lions, cheetahs, hyenas and crocodiles. So if you’re ready to have an experience like never before, this is it!
Color your adventure pink
Ready for a full-frontal fuchsia fusion? At Lake Nakuru, you don’t just get to visit Kenya’s leading rhino sanctuary, you also get to witness thousands of flamingoes gather around its soda lake along with other animals and flocks of birds. An absolute sight to behold!
Discover the Beauty of
Kenya has always been known as the “classic Africa.” In addition to its breathtaking scenery, you can’t fail to be impressed by the variety and sheer numbers of species that thrive here. Looking into seeing National Geographic Channel’s wildlife documentaries unfold before your very eyes? This is the place to be.