Kenya is home to some of the best wildlife in the world, and the annual migration of two million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle that occurs in the Masai Mara Game Reserve is just the beginning. You could see this incredible phenomenon from an amazing price of £3,099 per person, embarking on a one-of-a-kind Porini flying safari that takes you to some of Kenya’s most magical National Parks.
The Masai Mara is definitely the centrepiece of Kenya’s National Parks, no doubt about it, but there is so much more to explore around the other National Parks – their naturally beautiful landscapes are teeming with wildlife. We’ll take you to Amboseli National Park, where you’ll witness impressive herds of elephants walking in front of a breath-taking backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro, and we wouldn’t want you to miss Samburu National Reserve’s unique species of well-known animals. From grevy’s zebra and their unexpected stripes, to the reticulated giraffe with bigger and darker patterns, our jaws dropped when we saw these fascinating creatures.
Discovering Ngorongoro Crater certainly took our breath away. Created by a large volcano which exploded and collapsed up to three million years ago, this jaw-dropping site has its own ecosystem, and needs to be seen to be believed – it’s seriously mind-blowing. We know just how incredible spotting your first wild animal is, so our experts truly recommend exploring the Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks for first timers – they are teeming with majestic game, and even bright pink flamingo in the latter. We will endeavour to keep you away from the masses, steering you towards the best times of year and selecting secluded conservancies to ensure you get an authentic, natural safari experience, yet still exploring the best this country has to offer.
The Zanzibar archipelago is one of the most historic Indian Ocean islands, awash with atmosphere, intrigue, and idyllic beach experiences. There are masses of accommodation options across the price spectrum, and plenty to see, do and discover. As the birthplace of the Swahili, site of Sultans’ Palaces and renowned for its spice plantations, the little island republic of Zanzibar features larger-than-life on the world map and is a must-see at the end of any African trip, but is especially great when added onto a Tanzanian safari