Lewa Conservancy has been instrumental in returning both black and white rhinoceros from the brink of extinction.
The Maasai Mara Reserve is known for its abundance of lions of all ages.
WWF works in Kenya to establish new national parks and educate communities about the importance of conservation.
Meet local Maasai and learn about their tribal culture and traditions on personalized village visits.
Specialized safari vehicles provide unparalleled wildlife viewing on the Kenyan plains.
Kenya was one of the original safari destinations, and with good reason. The country is home to an astounding 25,000 different animal species, including all of the iconic safari fauna—lions, giraffes, elephants and zebras among them.
Ultimate Kenya & Tanzania Safari Witness the Great Migration and explore four of Africa's best wildlife-viewing spots—the Serengeti, Maasai Mara, Lewa and Ngorongoro Crater—on one epic itinerary.
The Great Kenya Migration Safari Experience one of the world's most incredible wildlife events in Africa's most classic safari destination—Kenya, home to the massive movement of creatures that is the Great Migration!
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