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Kenya is where it all began: home to the original safari holiday and still one of the most popular destinations for safaris in the world.

Famous not only for its 'Out of Africa' scenic beauty, diverse cultures and abundant wildlife, Kenya also boasts superb footprint-free beaches and warm tropical waters, thus ensuring a complete Kenya safari holiday experience.

Above all it's the wildlife that attracts the safari traveller to some Africa's best-known national parks, including the Masai Mara, Tsavo, Amboseli, and Lake Nakuru. - and naturally it's the incredible Great Wildebeest Migration that is the biggest attraction of them all.


The ebb and flow of hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti in Tanzania, to Kenya's Masai Mara and back is a phenomenal, once-in-a-lifetime sight - and well worth the effort to witness it.

Timing your trip to coincide with the migration is important - the exact moment when the herds pass through a specific area depends on highly unpredictable factors such as when the rains fall. For more details about how to time your safari holiday with the migration, see our migration month-by-month guide.

But rest assured, even if you don't have the luxury of time to play with, your game viewing experiences on a Kenya safari holiday will be rich and varied at any time of the year - read more about when to go to Kenya here.

It's also a country full of pleasant surprises: Kenya is a great destination for a family holiday and our range of Kenya family holidays will keep kids of all ages entertained and there's more than enough for the grown-ups too.

So, what to expect on a Kenya safari holiday? Well, you'll have the choice of staying in a range of fine accommodation in Kenya - anything from mobile safari tented camps to fine old lodges steeped in tradition and spanking new, state-of-the-art hotels.

As for actually seeing the country, taking a Kenya safari tour is the best way to get a good overview of what this big, diverse country has to offer. Our Kenya tours vary in length and either remain within the Kenya borders or incorporate Kenya as part of a larger itinerary.

If you're looking for ideas, why not try the Gorillas and Game Parks Safari and combine your Kenya safari holiday with gorilla trekking in Uganda or have a look at our Best of Tanzania & Kenya safari and get to see the best reserves these 2 big game destinations have to offer.