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Kenya

Africa
Peak 9.5 Rating
Price 394 372 355 350 340 346 354 391 394 392 363 341 364 USD
Jan 9.0
Feb 9.0
Mar 8.5
Apr 8.0
May 8.8
Jun 9.0
Jul 9.5
Aug 9.5
Sep 9.5
Oct 9.5
Nov 9.5
Dec 8.5
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Kenya
is an extremely diverse country which straddles a number of different climate zones, contains a vast range of different landscapes and is home to an unusually broad range of cultures.

In so many ways Kenya represents something of a crossroads. It is a complex place, one about which it seems easy to eulogise one minute and despair the next.

Kenya is the original home of the modern safari and offers a very diverse range of experiences, from wonderfully remote high-end camps to very accessible and relatively low cost lodges. Of course the country is perhaps best known for the wildebeest migration in the Maasai Mara. There is also a great deal of history here, especially from the Colonial Era, as well as popular movie and television connections, notably Born Free and the BBC Big Cat Diary.

By comparison with countries such as Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana, the general quality of safari in Kenya is really rather poor. This is the home of the packaged safari, with most of the main parks being dominated by large mainstream lodges and fleets of minibuses.

Other downsides include the fact that the wildebeest migration is only in Kenya Jul/Oct, plus more general concerns about population pressure, corruption and security.


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