Kenya’s Magical signature experiences

Finch Huttons which is one of these spectacular experiences, is set within a 35-acre facility of untouched wilderness with freshwater springs gives visitors the opportunity to discover the Safari experience while combining the modern-day luxuries of any 5-star hotel. Here you can have a view of the magnificent Kilimanjaro mountain and Chyulu hills.

When it comes to the safari experience, Gamewatchers Safari, one of the longest established safari outfitters with outlets across East Africa, is the only Kenyan offering among 40 International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) recognised sites.  The facility offers an opportunity to explore the big cat safari and offers guests the opportunity to experience adventure and the natural simplicity and solitude of safari while enjoying their stay in eco-friendly camps that place emphasis on sustainable practices.

Located in a planetarium dome and at the edge of the Nairobi National Park, Kitengela Glass offers visitors an opportunity for catching light with a touching fiery experience. Its where one realizes the many ways in which glass does indeed enrich life.

For those who want to experience community-based interaction, Lets Go Travel showcases Kenya with a Humanitarian creating memorable safaris through authentic and client-based needs

The Loisaba, Starbeds are an African adventure in themselves that brings you closer to nature. Poised on a rocky kopje, the Star Beds offered by Elewana collections command sweeping views over an undulating valley which is rustically designed to complement the surrounding environment. The facility provides “The biggest bedroom in the world, where the night sky is your ceiling and the hills in the distance are your walls”. 

Wildlife conservation is very important in Kenya, Ekorian Mugie camp offers the visitor a chance to engage with wildlife conservations projects together with local communities. Other engagements include healthcare and educational programs in a practical and impactful manner.

Luxury holiday has not been defined better, Victoria Limited’s Olarro Hermes does this through rich and enlightening encounters which are versatile and welcomes every individual’s notion through an alley of priceless experiences.

An experience which will give you an opportunity to connect with the local ​Community; One horizon will allow you to work and interact with Kenyan women, grandmas, and families as you immerse yourself in their lives and gain authentic insights into the Kenyan culture that tourists rarely experience

The Elewana collection’s 8-day SkySafari captures the allure of Kenya through giving visitors the opportunity to witness Amboseli’s famed elephants under the majestic peak of Kilimanjaro; while the SkySafari guests offers the opportunity to enjoy the comforts of personalized service, luxurious accommodation, and authentic African safari experiences, while being transported in supreme comfort, safety and convenience.

Ever enjoyed a four course​ sumptuous meal served in the ocean while being serenaded by soft music?

The “Nawalilkher” and “Babulkher” two authentic ocean-worthy dhows under the Tamarind group ​will offer you this opportunity and more. The dhow cruises around Creek where you enjoy breathtaking scenery as you sip the house specialty cocktail drink.  The experience leaves guests with a lasting impression and a memorable experience.

The undisputed home of adrenaline rush activities, Kereita forest under African forest lodges, offers its visitors the chance to fly longer, go faster and explore more of what Kenya has to offer.

Watamu Marine park offers visitors an opportunity to get up close and observe ​dolphins in their natural beautiful habitat. You will also have a completely new​ experience to Africa stand up Paddle boarding with dolphins offered by the Tribe Water sports.

Tropic air safari provides travelers with aerial views of Kenya’s beautiful landscape, where the sky is the limit. Their experiences extend to remote and inaccessible locations presenting you with breathtaking activities like the Morning fly fishing fun safari and Suguta Valley Day trip. You also have an opportunity to see the North west of the Great Rift which gives you an encounter with the desolate salt plains, lava flows and crocodile pools. The landscape is constantly changing from the white sand dunes, to the soda lake of Logipi, and the fresh turquoise waters of Lake Turkana, where Nabuyatom crater is an incredible feature, surrounded by bright green algae pools.

Finally, the experience of history that has a big significance in the country, Karen Blixen Museum situated at the foot of Ngong’ Hills, under the National Museums is the only housed museum in Kenya. Formerly owned by Danish author Karen and her Swedish Husband Baron Bror, the museum belongs to a different time period in the history of Kenya and has gained international fame through the release of the Oscar winning film ‘Out of Africa’.