Its claim to have invented the safari may be contested, but Kenya has certainly mastered it. Few places rival the Masai Mara for wildlife, where exclusive conservancies allow you to escape the crowds.
And it is the Masai Mara that dazzles on any trip to Kenya, with its incredible density of predators, all set against a timeless savannah landscape. But Kenya has so much more besides this.
National parks and private conservancies dot the country, each one offering something slightly different, and typically home to a selection of beautifully rustic safari lodges. And when the safari finishes, the Kenyan Coast is the perfect place to relax beside Indian Ocean beaches.