31 Jan 2018 | by Sophie Darbon

Think Kenya, and you automatically think safari! This vast expanse of land offers some of Africa’s most prized safari locations and the best opportunity to spot the ‘Big Five’ in their natural habitats – an experience on most people’s bucket lists. Kenya also offers blossoming cites, ancient cultures and untouched, immaculate, beaches alongside the Indian Ocean coastline – we will assist you in offering your guests an insight in to all of these elements that make up the wonder of Kenya

The Masai Mara holds the world’s highest concentration of wildlife and who better to show you the lay of the land than expert warrior guides from the local community conservancies and Masai villages? Along the way you will learn survival tips and practice throwing spears and lighting fires. The best time to get the most of this safari gem is between July and October when the wildebeest migrate from Tanzania with lions and other predators in their wake. Towards the end of your trip, fly over to the Indian Ocean Coastline for some ultimate relaxation time on the most pristine beaches that are still un-touched and completely natural.

Long haul, adventure

  • Direct flights
  • GMT +3
  • 6.5hrs from LON
  • Best in Summer and Autumn

In Kenya, you must

  • Rise early to witness the wild world waking up; travel by foot, jeep or air to truly take in the stretch of land surrounding you
  • Spend time with local Masai women, learning their crafts and visiting local schools
  • Ramble the rugged lands with Masai warriers, mastering their survival skills even camping overnight beneath the diamond littered sky
  • Visit the spice markets of Mombasa and snorkel amongst the marine national park
Sophie Darbon

By Sophie Darbon

Sophie began her career in events back in 2010 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a BA in Events Management. Sophie is passionate about all events but particularly loves working in incentive travel.More articles by Sophie Darbon