The birthplace of safari



Jun - Oct

Steadfast’s favourite time to visit

May - Nov

Famous For

Migration & Beaches

The birthplace of safari

Visit Kenya

Great for: Wildebeest Migration, year-round safaris, beach & bush

Kenya is the birthplace of safari. This East African destination offers excellent year-round game viewing in bucket-list destinations and secret spots. While the Great Wildebeest Migration river crossings are certainly a safari essential, less-frequented areas like the Mara triangle give steadfast travellers the opportunity to see a different side of the Pride of Africa.

There’s more to this stunning destination than migration safaris, though. Travellers can explore Kenya’s dazzling tropical coastline from one of its idyllic islands or beaches. Scuba diving, snorkelling and dhow cruises paired with trips to hidden safari gems like Samburu or Amboseli make for an incredible bush and beach getaway.


The Great Wildebeest Migration

Bush and beach getaways

Big 5 sightings and predator action

Masai Mara National Park

Lamu Archipelago

Ethical cultural and animal interactions

Featured Itineraries

Angama Mara: Masai Mara National Reserve (3 nights)

Manda Bay Lodge: Manda Island, Lamu (3 nights)

From $5 730 per person sharing for 6 nights



July – November

  • March – May
  • October – December

UK: British nationals require a visa to enter Kenya. You must obtain your visa before departure. You can apply for single entry visas on the e-visas website.

USA: United States citizens traveling to Kenya will need to obtain the Kenya eVisa before arriving. If you meet the basic Kenya eVisa requirements for US nationals, simply complete a quick online form to receive your visa.

EU: A visa is required for entry by all visitors traveling to Kenya, including EU citizens.

India: As an Indian citizen, you must get a Kenya visa before you enter the country.

UAE: Yes. UAE passport holders need a visa to enter Kenya.

Eastern Africa in general is a medium risk Malaria area. Malaria is still present and risk is dependent on the specific area you are visiting. We advise getting in touch with our team if you have any questions regarding the malaria risk in the area you will be visiting. Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda are medium risk areas and some of our clients choose to not take malaria prophylactics when visiting these destinations. Preventative methods including long sleeve shirts, long trousers and mosquito spray are advised, especially after sunset and in the rainy months. If you are traveling to Eastern Africa while pregnant, we advise you to consult with a doctor. The responsible decision is to take malaria prophylactics when visiting Malaria areas.

  • Peak Season: 6-12 months in advance
  • Mid Season: 3-6 months in advance
  • Low Season: 1-3 months in advance

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You are able to pay and carry USD in Kenya. In restaurants and shops, credit and bank cards are charged in local currency. We advise carrying small amounts of USD for tips and extras.

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