Grant Anderson-Saville
Grant Anderson-Saville Travel Specialist
"Riding in the Chyulu Hills, camel trekking in Laikipia and a balloon flight over the Mara are just some of the exciting activities you can do in Kenya."
Kenya

Places To Go In Kenya

Amboseli Safari
At the foot of snow-capped Kilimanjaro, huge elephant herds, buffalo and abundant plains game graze and are hunted by lion, leopard and cheetah. Birding here is stunning.
Kenya Coast
Kenya’s palm-fringed, soft sand beaches are the archetypal tropical paradise with the added dimension of ancient Swahili settlements and a vibrant cultural tradition.
Laikipia & Lewa Safari
A vast, wild area northwest of Mt Kenya, far from the crowd, the Laikipia Plateau has the rare ‘northern five,’ the Big-Five, varied safari activities and landscapes, as well as traditional pastoralist cultures.
Masai Mara Safari
One of Africa’s greatest wildlife reserves, its grasslands sustain abundant game, which attracts lions and other predators. From July to September it’s the scene of the world renowned Great Migration.
Meru National Park
Meru is particularly lovely and despite the fame of ‘Born Free’, still provides solitude for a Big-Five safari among diverse wilderness habitats.
Nairobi
Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, has a pleasant climate, good hotels and restaurants, parks, reserves, sanctuaries and a thriving artistic community.
Rift Valley Lakes Safari
The Rift Valley Lakes offer majestic scenery, superb bird watching, outdoor pursuits, relaxation after a flight or safari and an insight into Kenya’s history.
Samburu & Shaba Safari
These are harsh, arid wilderness areas where camel-trains are commonplace and the southern and northern species co-exist, sustained by the life-giving waters of the Ewaso Ngiro River
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