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From the sight of fifty million gallons of crystal clear water gushing out of from the under parched lava rock that is the Mzima Springs to the Shetani lava flows, Tsavo West is a beautiful, rugged wilderness. The savannah ecosystem comprises of open grasslands, scrublands, and Acacia woodlands, belts of riverine vegetation and rocky ridges including the Poacher's Lookout where visitors can see the teeming herds in the plains below. Tsavo West offers some of the most magnificent game viewing in the world and attractions include elephant, rhino, Hippos, lions, cheetah, leopards, Buffalos, diverse plant and bird species including the threatened corncrake and near threatened Basra Reed Warbler. Accommodation in various lodges is available. .

Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake in Kenya, outside the town of Naivasha in Nakuru County, which lies North west of Nairobi and it’s part of the Great Rift Valley. The name derives from the local Maasai name Nai'posha, meaning "rough water" because of the sudden storms which can arise. Explore the lake on a boat ride as you view its habitants; Hippos and wetland birds. It is one the RAMSAR sites and an IBA (important bird area) which is also a designated Wetland of International Importance.

Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya: Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya standing at 5,199 m and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. The highest peaks of the mountain are Batian, Nelion and Point Lenana. Guided walk with potters will take you to the highest point. Explore great Lakes on the Mountain, the montane vegetation, birds and wildlife that inhabit this area.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Located in the foothills of Mount Kenya, Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a leader in conservation. It's home to the last two northern white rhinos on the planet, one of the largest Eastern black rhino sanctuary in East Africa and home to rescued Chimpanzees. Abundant wildlife can be spotted here; Lions, cheetahs, white rhinos, buffalos, giraffes, among other wild animals. More than five camps that offer accommodation that suite your preferences are available inside the conservancy..

Ngarendare Forest

Ngare Ndare Forest is a lush indigenous forest at the foothills of Mt. Kenya. Hiking will lead you to Azure pools glisten at the bottom of waterfalls and 200 year old trees stretch into the canopy supporting a rich variety of bird and animal life. Campign available inside the forest..


Samburu National Reserve is a game reserve on the banks of the Ewaso Ng'iro river in Kenya. On the other side of the river is the Buffalo Springs National Reserve situated 350 kilometers from Nairobi. In the middle of the reserve, the Ewaso Ng'iro flows through doum palm groves and thick riverine forests that provides water, without which the game in this arid region could not survive. The Samburu National Reserve was one of the two areas in which conservationists George and Joy Adamson raised Elsa the Lioness, made famous in the best-selling book and award-winning movie Born Free. Tented camps and lodges are available for accommodation. Further north, one can visit Reteti Elephnat sanctuary and learn how orphaned elephants are brought up then released back to the wild after their transition period. A visit and hike to the Sacred Mountain, Mt. Ololokwe is one of breathtaking moments as you summit and see the whole of Samburu. You feel being on top of the ‘World’

Chalbi Desert

The Chalbi Desert is a small desert in northern Kenya near the border with Ethiopia. It is east of Lake Turkana and contains North Horr. Marsabit is the closest major urban center. Chalbi desert is composed of saline and alkaline sediments and stabilised sand dunes; a resulting formation of the old bed of Lake Chalbi.

Lake Turkana

Lake Turkana National Parks are constituted of Sibiloi National Park, the South Island and the Central Island National Parks located within the Lake Turkana basin. The Lake is the most saline lake in East Africa and the largest desert lake in the world, surrounded by an arid, seemingly extraterrestrial landscape that is often devoid of life. The long body of Lake Turkana drops down along the Rift Valley from the Ethiopian border, extending 249 kilometers from north to south and 44 km at its widest point with a depth of 30 meters. It is Africa's fourth largest lake, fondly called the Jade Sea because of its breathtaking color.

Marsabit National Park

The Marsabit National Park is an oasis of green in this arid, desert region of Kenya. At the centre of the park is an extinct volcano - the height of which creates a microclimate that supports a huge tract of indigenous forest that in turn supports a wide variety of wildlife. The Montane forest is supplied water by thick mist which forms overnight as the hot air rises off the desert and cools. The mist often lingers till late morning. The forest is home to a wide variety of wildlife such as Elephants, Rhino, Lion, Buffalo and Leopard. The downside of Marsabit is that the forest is so thick that game viewing is very challenging. However, it can be very rewarding if you have patience. The Park is home to the greatest number of graceful Greater Kudu Antelope and the rare Grevy's Zebra and Reticulated Giraffe. The park has many extinct volcanic craters known as Gofs. One of the largest of these is Gof Sokorte Guda which has Lake Paradise at the bottom of it. The lake is ringed with scenic forest and the birding is fantastic. It is also a refuge for the rare Lammergeyer Vulture and is known for the diversity of its butterfly species Add to our services: Provision of customized vehicle for professional wildlife photographers.