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Located on the equator, Kenya offers plains teeming with game, cultures as old as time and unchanged by the modern world, and vast African horizons stretching into eternity. Kenya remains one of the premier east African safari destinations most notably because of its iconic 56 national parks and reserves endowed with incredible natural beauty. The capital city of Nairobi plays host to famous hotels like Giraffe house, Hemingways, and famous restaurants like the Carnivore. This hub serves as the feeder aircraft to a host of national parks and private reserves. The most famous is the Masai Mara, home to the Kenyan side of the great migration, which reaches its peak in this park between August and October, it’s certainly the biggest name on the Kenyan safari circuit.
Kenya is also home to Amboseli and the giant elephant families roaming through the shadows of Mt. Kilimanjaro. It boasts vast stretches of savannah plains dotted in singular acacia trees. It also clings tightly to the Great Rift Valley. Pink flamingos flock to its many lakes. To the southeast, Kenya’s palm-fringed coastline along the Indian Ocean is an unsung paradise starkly contrasting the game-rich plains. Meanwhile, Hemingway’s beloved “Green Hills of Africa,” extend through the volcanic craters of Chyulu Hills.