The highlands of Kenya follow steep valleys and mountains. The landscape consists of acacia trees, riverine forests and savannah.
Mount Kenya itself looks out and observes the land below,while the Aberdare Mountain Range stretches itself for about 160 kilometres. Mount Kenya the second - highest mountain in Africa gives life to the rushing waterfalls through the Samburu National Reserve.
The Aberdare National Park’s lush vegetation and water sources attract elephants, golden cats, and leopards.
Samburu National Reserve is home to the big cats.
This part of Kenya has endless hiking trails, either to the peaks of Mount Kenya or to the waterfalls of Aberdare National Park, visitors will find ample space to stretch their legs. For those who’d rather observe the wildlife stretch theirs, Samburu National Reserve offers excellent game-viewing opportunities.
Central Kenya consists of Samburu National Park, Meru National Park
Mount Kenya, Laikipia and the Aberdare National Park.
A visit to Samburu National Park is really a must. Its here where you will find the Grevy's Zebra and Giraffes.
Meru National Park is home to a Rhino santuary and its here were you can enjoy water rafting on the Tana River. Lots of bush walks
Mt Kenya one of the highest mountains, its here you find lush forests with hosts of wildlife, and if you enjoy climbing this is where to go.
Laikipia is the place where you can stand in the northern and the southern hemisphere because the equator runs through Laikipia.
There are lots of activities to do here.
Aberdare National Park is just 100km north of Nairobi and its a
beautiful area to visit.
SAMBURU SOPA LODGE was built on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro river within the ancestral lands of the Samburu (who are close relatives of the Maasai).
As part of the Sopa Group, Samburu maintains a high standard of accommodation and service while being committed to providing an authentic wildlife experience.
A large swimming pool and sunken bar overlooking the reserve’s waterhole welcome guests in the warm weather
LEWA SAFARI CAMP is situated in the private Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and is a pioneer in wildlife preservation and one of the most spectacular game-viewing destinations. Lewa Safari Camp treats visitors to an exclusive and luxurious retreat while allowing them to join a renowned legacy of wildlife conservation.
The camp has the whole eastern half of the Conservancy to itself, giving guests a chance to enjoy an almost private game-viewing experience.
SERENA MOUNTAIN LODGE . Raised on Stilts above the forest canopy the timbered Serena Mountain Lodge stands proudly in the crystal-clear air of this mountain paradise and makes for one of the more unusual retreats
At 2,134m above sea level, the mountain air is satisfyingly refreshing and can be enjoyed from the viewing deck whilst admiring the amazing wildlife
SWEETWATERS SERENA CAMP is many things. It's a game viewing extravaganza set beside a waterhole that attracts a wide variety of wild animals at all times of day. And when you finally leave your game-viewing armchair, you could well spot the Big Five in a private and secluded reserve in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy - Its brilliant