When many people think of Kenya they envision vast plains in hues of greens, gold and purple, herds of grazing wild animals, and statuesque Maasai warriors. As home to an extreme range of wildlife and culture, this country holds the keys to some of the world’s most intense heritage.

Kenya is rich in biological diversity, with around 25,000 different animal species and 7,000 plant species that inhabit its land. On safari through this beautiful country, you will see gazelle, zebra and wildebeest, as well as the lions, cheetahs and the other big cats that they attract. Peer into the habitats of the “big five,” which includes the leopard, rhino, buffalo, lion and elephant. While travelling through Kenya, get unbelievably close to these animals, capturing their beauty in the wildest and most natural form.

Experience the extremely diverse culture of this country, taking in the myriad of ethnic groups, especially the Maasai people for whom Kenya is very well-known.  Many archaeological digs have led to the excavation of some of the world’s earliest ancestors, which is why Kenya is known as the “Cradle of Mankind.”

Holbrook has developed deep ties in Kenya while introducing travelers to the country’s land, people and wildlife for the past four decades. Our reputation and pioneering history gives us the ability to help you  explore beneath the surface and truly respect Kenya’s intense and authentic beauty. 

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