Situated on the eastern coast of Africa along the equator and split from North to South by the Great Rift Valley, Kenya covers a total area of 580,530 square kilometres of vast nature reserves, cosmopolitan cities, with a rich cultural heritage.
From true glacial ice to arid desert, mountain massifs to rich savannahs, large lakes and dense forest, Kenya contains almost every known landform. Mountainous peaks stand high above rolling grassland plains and semi desert areas, all cradled to the east by the white sandy beaches and turquoise seas of the Indian Ocean coast. Above all are the wildlife sanctuaries: 25 national parks and 29 National reserves, devoted to the protection of the indigenous flora and fauna.
A perfect destination for lovers of nature and wildlife thanks to its incredible biodiversity of over 25,000 animal species, Kenya offers the quintessential safari experience and continuously attracts explorers of adventurous spirit to this day.