• Kenya Wildlife Safaris

    Kenya Wildlife Safaris - Safaris Starting in Mombasa or Nairobi, Wildebeest Migration Safaris, Photographic Safaris, Air Safaris to Masai Mara

  • Adventure Safaris

    Do you fancy excitement and physical challenge? Try Swimming with Dolphins in Kenya’s South Coast, Cycling and Walking Safaris in Hell’s Gate National Park, Mountain Climbing,  White Water Rafting, Deep Sea/Big Game Fishing orBalloon Safaris over The Masai Mara

  • Kenya Safaris Starting in Mombasa

    We offer custom Safaris that visit the Taita Hills' Ngangao Forest - one of the few remaining indigenous cloud forest fragments of the Taita Hills, Kenya. Ngangao is the second largest forest and one of the lesser disturbed forests of the Taita Hills.

  • Tanzania Safaris

    Wildlife Safaris to Tanzania's Northern National Parks of Lake Manyara Serengeti, Tarangire and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area

  • Wildebeest Migration Safaris

    Witness The New 7th Wonder of the World - The Wildebeest Migration from Tanzania's Serengeti National Park to Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve

Kenya & Tanzania Safaris

Wildlife Safaris in Kenya and Tanzania

Close encounters with a variety of wildlife in breath-taking landscapes and the fascinating culture of Kenyan and Tanzania tribes makes these two countries top of lists for the best wildlife safaris in Africa.

Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration Safari
Kenya Photography Safari
Kenya Safaris from Mombasa
Kenya Air Safari from Mombasa to Masai Mara
Kenya Safaris from Nairobi
Tanzania and Kenya Combined Safaris


Adventure Safaris

Adventure tourism is any activity-based tourism that brings about excitement and physical challenge such as swimming with Dolphins in Kenya’s South Coast, cycling trips in Hell’s gate national Park, Go with us mountaineering, trekking, sailing, water rafting, angling, ballooning, parachuting and many more other trilling activities.

See Adventure and Thrills Safaris - White Water Rafting, Cycling/Walking Adventure Safaris, Rock and Mountain Climbing Safaris

Impact Tourism

Travelling with Impact Travels gives you an opportunity to travel to a developing country both as a tourist and as a skilled volunteer. As a traveller you get the opportunity to experience great nature, great people, local culture, a traditional way of living and of course local hospitality. As a skilled volunteer you get to experience the joy of making a difference to other people by using your skills to make a meaningful contribution a place where it is highly needed.See our Impact Travels

Agricultural Tourism

Our main centre of Agricultural Tourism include the tea plantations in Central Kenya (Nyeri, Kiambu, Ruiru, Limuru, etc). Apart from Tea and Coffee,  Kenya's other agricultural tourism attractions include farms with massive production of horticultural produce (including flowers), rice and aquaculture - mainly in cut fish and tilapia production.

Keekorok Lodge Fron View

Keekorok lodge was the first lodge to be built in Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve. It has recently been refurbished and attains the highest standard of comfort and luxury, yet still retains its intrinsic 40 years of history, tradition, character and charm.Keekorok Lodge is located in the very heart of Kenya’s fabled Masai Mara National Reserve, 

Keekorok, meaning motley abundance in the local Masai language, was constructed in 1962 on a choice eighty acre site in an area of permanent springs and lush grassland.

Keekorok Lodge Lounge

Accommodation at Keekorok Lodge

Accommodation in Keekorok lodge is on full board basis - Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. This Masai Mara Safari Lodge offers 101 rooms with en suite baths and private balconies (2 adults and 1 child).

Keekorok Lodge Room

The Keekorok Lodge offers standard guest rooms as well as 9 superior rooms and 4 suites. The accommodation is set out in bungalows, single storey blocks and shaded chalets, all of which have been constructed using indigenous materials such as cedar wood and pink and grey sandstone - the colours look truly stunning against the ground's well-kept lawns. All rooms have en suite bathrooms, and the chalets have private verandas. The bungalows have verandas shared by the other guests in the bungalow. Tastefully decorated with the finest linens and furniture, the bedrooms provide calming views of the plains and distant hills.

Facilities at Keekorok Lodge

Keekorok Lodge offers a main restaurant serving international and local delicacies, three bars, café and TV lounge. Leisure facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, hot-air ballooning, game viewing, bird watching, culture safaris, Lake Victoria fishing expeditions and board games.

Keekorok Lodge swimming pool

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