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About Kenya

Safari by Land Rover in Kenya

Safari by Land Rover in KenyaWelcome to the ultimate safari destination in East Africa. Kenya is a country that lies astride the equator on the east coast of Africa and is bordered by Tanzania to the south, Uganda to the west, South Sudan to the northwest, Ethiopia to the north, and Somalia to the east. With breathtaking landscapes, abundant wildlife, and diverse cultures, Kenya offers a luxuriously rewarding travel experience that is hard to forget.

Kenya’s Tourism

At the heart of Kenya’s tourism industry is its world-renowned wildlife, which includes the famous “Big Five” – lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros, and buffalo. These animals can be found in Kenya’s numerous national parks, game reserves, and wildlife conservancies. Among Kenya’s most famous wildlife sanctuaries is the Masai Mara Game Reserve, home to the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle – the annual wildebeest migration. This natural event occurs between June and September each year, as over a million wildebeest and zebras migrate from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masai Mara in Kenya in search of greener pastures.

What about besides game viewing?

Apart from game viewing, Kenya offers a plethora of other exciting activities for tourists. For instance, hot air balloon safaris provide a unique perspective of the country’s breathtaking landscapes as you float over the vast savannah plains and forested slopes. Mountaineering is another popular activity, with Mount Kenya being the country’s highest mountain and second highest in Africa. The ascent to the top of Mount Kenya is a challenging but rewarding experience for the adventurous.

Scuba diving and snorkeling are also popular activities in Kenya’s coastal towns, such as Malindi and Watamu, where tourists can explore the colorful coral reefs and marine life of the Indian Ocean. Deep-sea fishing is another popular activity along the coast, with anglers targeting game fish such as marlin, sailfish, and tuna.

Let’s Travel to Kenya

Kenya is a traveler’s paradise, offering a unique blend of wildlife, landscapes, cultures, and adventure. Whether you are looking for a classic safari experience, a beach holiday, or a cultural immersion, Kenya has something for everyone. Book your next trip to Kenya and discover the magic of this East African gem.

Why Choose Kenya Luxury Tours


Luxury Resort Hotel in Kenya
Luxury Resort Hotel in Kenya

Kenya luxury tours offer a unique and unforgettable travel experience. Here are some reasons why you should choose Kenya luxury tours for your next vacation:

Diverse landscapes

Kenya is home to many landscapes, from savannah plains to mountain ranges and from beautiful beaches to lush forests. Each region offers a unique and breathtaking view of nature, making it an ideal destination for travelers exploring different landscapes.


Kenya is home to some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife species, such as lions, elephants, rhinos, and cheetahs. With over 50 national parks and game reserves, travelers can experience wildlife in its natural habitat.

Authentic cultural experiences

Kenya has a rich culture and history, with over 40 ethnic groups. Travelers can immerse themselves in authentic cultural experiences, such as visiting Maasai villages, learning about traditional dances, and trying local cuisine.

Kenya Luxury Hotels and Tented Camps

Kenya offers a wide range of luxury hotels, from tented camps to five-star hotels. These accommodations offer world-class service, beautiful views, and unique experiences. At Zitango Travel, guests have access to a wide range of options.

Experience Luxury Accommodations in Kenya

Olonana Masai Mara, Kenya
Olonana Masai Mara, Kenya

Kenya is a beautiful country that offers a unique blend of adventure, wildlife, and luxury. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach vacation or an exciting safari adventure, Kenya has it all. And when it comes to luxury accommodations, Zitango Travel has got you covered.

At Zitango Travel, guests have access to a wide range of luxury accommodations, including tented camps and five-star hotels. Each option is carefully curated to provide guests with world-class service, beautiful views, and unique experiences.

For those looking for a truly unique experience, Zitango Travel offers luxury tented camps. These camps provide guests with an authentic safari experience while still offering all the amenities of a luxury hotel. Imagine waking up to the sounds of the African wilderness, with breathtaking views of the savannah right outside your tent. And with Zitango Travel, you can rest assured that you’ll be staying in the most comfortable and luxurious accommodations.

But if you prefer a more traditional hotel experience, Zitango Travel also offers a range of five-star hotels. From Nairobi to Mombasa, these hotels offer the ultimate in luxury and comfort. You’ll enjoy world-class service, gourmet dining, and stunning views of Kenya’s natural beauty.

No matter which option you choose, you can be sure that your stay with Zitango Travel will be unforgettable with personalized service and attention to detail. We ensure every guest has a unique and memorable experience.

Required clothing


African Safari on the river, Kenya
African Safari on the River, Kenya

People choose to wear warmer apparel in June and July in Kenya. However, wearing rainwear is recommended between March and June and October and December. The recommended tones for safari are mild and impartial. If you plan to stay at a luxurious lodge, it’s best to pack a nice set of clothes for dinner.

Weather, Climate and Geography


Tribe in Kenya
Tribe in Kenya

There are three types of climates in Kenya. They are the temperate, subtropical climate in the west and southwest highlands (where Nairobi is located), hot and humid alongside the coast, and warm and dry in the north and east.

Nairobi, Kenya’s capital and the greatest town, experiences a subtropical highland climate. Sitting at 1,795 meters (5,889 ft) above sea level, Nairobi’s evenings are cooler. The nice time to visit Nairobi is from June to August when the average excessive is around 23°C (73°F), and rainfall is at its lowest (although the sky is often cloudy).

Malindi, a town on Malindi Bay at the mouth of the Galana River, is additionally situated alongside the Indian Ocean coast and is 120km (75 miles) northeast of Mombasa. Malindi has a tropical dry savannah climate. The cooler season from June to September sees the common high at 27/28°C (81/82°F), while the common high can reach 31°C (88°F) during the hotter season from November to March.

Masai Mara is an expansive sports reserve renowned for its wealth of flora and fauna and the Great Migration of wildebeest to and from the Serengeti each year. This region lies just south of the equator at an altitude ranging from 1,500 to 1,900 meters. (5,000 and 6,200 ft). The local weather is pleasantly hot all year round, averaging 23°C (73°F), although it is widely classified into two seasons – dry and wet. The dry season is from late June to October. The wet season is from November to May, with April.

Kenya covers 580,367 sq. km (224,081 sq. miles) and sits astride the equator. It shares borders with Ethiopia in the north, Sudan in the northwest, Uganda in the west, Tanzania in the south and Somalia in the northeast.

Did you know?


Elephants in Kenya
Elephants in Kenya
  • Kenya has 50 national parks and reserves.
  • There are over 60 languages spoken across Kenya, but the official language is Swahili. The most common way to greet people is to say, ‘Jambo!’
  • Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest mountain in Africa.
  • Kenya has four national dishes. Ugali, Sukuma Wiki, Nyama Choma and Kachumbari.
  • The first woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize was from Kenya, Wangari Muta Maathai.
  • The national animal of Kenya is the East African lion.
  • Kenya drinks all of their beverages at room temperature. Many Kenyans don’t own refrigerators, so they keep their food products and drinks at room temperature.
  • Kenyans prefer to drink their beer at room temperature, or even warm, and wouldn’t consider drinking ice-cold beer!
  • There is no government-run public transportation system in Kenya.
  • Kenyans drive on the left side of the road.

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