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The planning of the 9 nights and 10 days of tour to Masai mara and Serengeti started about 6 months back. The information provided by Mr John Peter was not only extremely friendly and very detailed but was to the point. He gave very useful information which saved our Hot Air Ballooning cost substantially.

Mr Peter is always available on phone or on what’s app and responds promptly during the tour for correcting situation. The camps selected for our stay were really really par excellence from boarding and lodging angle. The Land cruzers used were very well maintained. All the guides were very punctual and equally flexible in accommodating out last minute request.
— Ajit G ★★★★★

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Imagine your trip to Kenya, designed for life long memories

They say Kenya gets under your skin and stays there. Visitors keep coming back. And here are a few reasons why.

You can enjoy Nairobi and get a taste of metropolitan Kenya or witness the great migration to the Serengeti from a hot air-balloon. Rest in the shade of a palm tree on one of the beaches outside the city of Mombasa or rent gear and hike up a snow capped mountain, like Mt. Kenya, Africas second highest peak. Go to the Rift Valley where you´ll find savannahs, lakes and the Maasai people. The tribal culture in Kenya is rich and the Maasai, the Swahili and the Turkana are some of the tribes that still live a very traditional lifestyle.

Kenya is also desertland, rainforests, national parks and reserves. The wildlife here is out of this world. Red elephants, mighty cats, millions of pink flamingos, the Big 5 and fascinating predators are just some of the countless animals in this great country. And some are endangered.

Kenya has successfully managed to bring back species from near extinction thanks to conservationists. And many good people spend parts of their holiday volunteering with a local community or on a conservation project. By fusing conservation with tourism they give tourists an opportunity to make a difference by simply visiting.

Kenya is the heart of Africa. We need to keep it and improve it. For those who live there and for those who long for this beautiful country.