The original home and iconic heartland of 'safari'. Spend time encountering huge herds of wildebeest and the “big five” in the Maasai Mara in southern Kenya, the natural wonder of the Great Rift Valley with flamingo-covered lakes, the dramatic landscapes and fascinating culture of Laikipia and Samburu, and the beauty of the tropical coastline.
Naivasha is unique in that it features an extinct volcano, a thick forest, hundreds of Umbrella Acacia trees, and is home to Mt Longonot, Hells Gate National Park and Lake Naivasha. Enjoy breathtaking sights and views of Lake Naivasha as you enjoy your lakeside safari. Set on the shores of Lake Naivasha, Fisherman's Camp combines traditional African roots amd contemporary global styles. The camp extends from a beautiful canopy of acacia trees up into the hill where you can enjoy the magnificent views of the lake and the surrounding areas. Just an hour and a half from Nairobi, it offers a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, to relax by the lake or set yourself for an amazing Kenyan adventure! Fisherman’s is also home to the fantastic Rift Valley Festival – a gathering of local and international music artists, combining traditional African roots and global styles. Bottom Camp, on the shore of Lake Naivasha is a beautiful campground covered by acacia trees, which house a wide variety of wildlife such as our resident colobus monkeys, lovebirds, African Fish Eagles and the occasional marabou stork. You can even watch hippo grazing at dusk from your tent – don’t worry, an electric fence deters them from venturing into the main camp! Tents can also be hired on request and we also have 4 rustic bandas (chalet) with toilet and hot shower and a fully equipped cottage if you prefer to sleep in more comfort. Top Camp sits above South Lake Road and looks out over Lake Naivasha with breathtaking views of the Aberdare Mountains. We have a number of cottages to suit a range of budgets, all with a veranda looking out to the Lake.
Experience the thrills and atmosphere of Nairobi
We welcome you to explore some of the most legendary settings in Kenya through the lens of this captivating adventure. Find yourself mingling with welcoming locals, marvelling at magnificent landscapes and wildlife, savouring the finest in ethnic cuisine and, above all, immersing yourself in the surroundings on a truly personal level. This getaway has been carefully designed to provide the extraordinary service, comfort, dining, activities and entertainment that ensure a once-in-a-lifetime experience and a trip that will leave you inspired for your next adventure.
A 3-day safari at two of Kenya’s most famous parks – Tsavo West and Amboseli. Tsavo West is immense and its great plains are filed with herds of elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo and rhino. No other park in Kenya features as many elephants as Amboseli. Set against the backdrop of world-famous Kilimanjaro, sunsets here are spectacular. The Amboseli national park lies at the floor of the Mount Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest mountain. Your 3 days safari shall spend a night at each of the national parks with game drives for wildlife viewing and awesome landscapes. WHAT YOU COULD SEE ON YOUR TSAVO - AMBOSELI SAFARI Elephant Lion Bufallo Cheetah Zebra Rhino Ostrich Gazelle Spotted Hyena Hippopotamus Crocodile Leopard .
Using the same paths walked by the nomadic tribes since the dawn of civilisation, horseback safaris allow for enjoyable, uninterrupted rides across open country with the freedom to move with the wildlife. From the Maasai Mara Plains to Laikipia, Lake Naivasha to Mount Kenya and Chyulu Hills, this are some of the prime wilderness areas in Kenya that are perfect for exploration on horseback.
Embark on a unique adventure in some of the best game parks and reserve in Kenya; Samburu (pure wilderness), Laikipia (Beaming luxury and lots of Game) & Maasai Mara (The Best Game Watching Reserve) explore true African wilderness experience in prolific wildlife areas. With up to twice daily game drives, bush walks and the chance to track the endangered black rhino and spot the black panther. This is the ultimate safari.
A thriving modern capital, Nairobi is still the safari capital of the Africa among the most interesting cities. A city that has boundless energy, a place of great contrasts where race, tribe and origin all become facets of a unique Nairobi character. The city has not lost its sense of the past, with an excellent museum and the historical home of Karen Blixen, author of Out of Africa open to visitors. This is not a modern capital separated from the great wilderness that surrounds it. Just outside the city is Nairobi National Park, 113 sq kms of plains, cliffs and forest. The park is home to large herds of Zebra, Buffalo, Giraffe, Rhino, Cheetah, and a large number of Lions are all found here, living wild within 20 minutes of the center of town.
Join us for guided climbs of the trekking peak Point Lenana on Mount Kenya using a variety of routes. Expect quite a lot of wildlife and lots of secluded trails with bizarre flora and fauna (including the rock hyrax), and the classic snow covered technical peaks of Batian and Nelion as the perfect back drop. Point Lenana is a walk, no technical climbing on this route, but there are some ropes attached to the rocks to help you on the last few hundred metres.
Experience the extraordinary beauty, rich heritage and vibrant culture of Kenya’s Masai Mara with an array of activities and adventures created to inspire your spirit. From game viewing safaris to spot the “Big Five” (elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and rhino) to hot air balloon rides high above the African savannah.