Kenya is an enchanting country with the overwhelming appeal of the wildlife sanctuaries, glorious beaches, breathtaking scenery in a vast and unspoilt land and an almost perfect climate.
Kenya contains almost every known land form from true glacial ice to arid desert, mountain massifs to rich savannahs, large lakes and dense forest: Mount Kenya (5,199 m.) with its breathless snow capped peaks stands sentinel above rolling grassland plains and the fascinating semi-deserts which are much further to the North.
Lake Victoria, the first lake to be discovered and largest in Africa; Lake Turkana now known as the “Cradle of Mankind”; the Indian Ocean coast, a place of white sandy beaches, turquoise seas and archaeological antiquities.
Kenya’s wildlife sanctuaries are devoted to the absolute protection of the indigenous flora and fauna; the National Reserves, where wildlife coexist from time immemorial in perfect harmony with the pastoral nomadic tribes. These wild and lovely places vary in the abundance and variety of their animals, in scenery, in climate and altitude; from the famous savannah of Massai Mara to the ornithological paradise of Lake Nakuru.