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Kenya is one of the most biodiverse ecosystems in the world. Astride the equator, Kenya is home to intimate awe-inspiring and magical travel experiences.


All year round, visitors can enjoy exhilarating wildlife experiences, the breathtaking outdoors and landscapes, the tranquil adventures of Kenya’s coast, plus the enriching cultural encounters and the warmth of the Kenyan people. You need to remember that Africa’s oldest human remains were found in Kenya going back an astounding seven million years.

Kenyan farmers are almost entirely weather-dependent. In addition, major rivers are seeing reduced flow as glaciers on the country’s biggest water tower, Mount Kenya, shrink.  There is limited resources here like everywhere else. The climate crisis is also having an impact on the natural resources, leading us to do our part and focus on and use only All Sustainable Camps on our Safaris in Kenya.

We arrive in Nairobi, but skirt the city and head into Nairobi National Park, one of Africans smallest parks and one of the only parks on earth to be in such close proximity to a city center. It boasts a large and varied wildlife population, plus the most successful rhinoceros sanctuary amid wide open grass plains against a backdrop of skyscrapers. Ololo Safari Lodge, our sustainable lodge, is picturesquely positioned on
the banks of the Mbagathe River on the southern border of the Nairobi National Park.

The old homestead is set on twenty acres with beautiful established old gardens for eco-tourism, wildlife safaris and wonderful food fresh from Ololo’s regenerative farm. 

A quick flight from Wilson and we head to Amboseli, famous for its large elephant herds
and landscapes, all under the shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro. The name Amboseli; comes from a Maasai word meaning "salty dust", with landscapes changing from vast, dusty plains to green cool swamps the elephants and birds love. Tawi Lodge is located on a private conservancy of 6,000 acres just minutes from Amboseli National Park.

Flying up north to the vastness of the Laikipia Plateau, staying at Sabuk an exclusive wilderness on the edge of the Plateau; perched on a cliff overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro River, which cascades beneath the lodge all year round. Surrounded by the wilderness and stunning views of the Laikipia plains towards Mount Kenya, as well as the Karisa Hills and Mathews Mountains in the North. Sabuk is renowned for its camel and horseback safaris, a great way to see the diverse beauty and animals of this stunning region.  The wilds of northern Kenya, Samburu the country and the people are unique and mesmerizing.

Off to the Mara next, famously diverse and a rich eco-system, the region is bustling with life, with over 95 mammal species and over 500 bird species, there is something for everyone in the world most celebrated region of Kenya. The Masai Mara together with Tanzania’s Serengeti form Africa’s most famous wildlife park, the Masai Mara National Reserve. The image of acacia trees dotting endless grass plains epitomizes Africa. Speke’s mobile camp has comfortable but traditional glamping tents with hot bucket showers powered by solar. And dinner is served on a linen draped long table
with candelabras and food rivaling Michelin star restaurants.

This next camp has a traditional tented feel – Nkorombo is thoroughly canvas, and touches like the time-honoured safari showers are a nod to the differences between fixed and mobile camps. Nkorombo is Serian’s tented mobile camp, set on a private riverside site in the Masai Mara Reserve.


This snug little setup is chock-full of character with a view over the rushing Mara River, bursting with laughing hippo and languorous crocodile. Designed to blend seamlessly into its stunning surrounds, it comprises five spacious ‘Selous style’ tents decked out in safari style of yore: leather, weathered wood, gauzy swathes of cotton, all lend accents to the essential, beautiful and comfortable style that defines Nkorombo.

Our final camp is Ngare Serian is cosy, relaxed and the perfect base to end your safari experiences.  It can only be reached on foot, over a narrow rope bridge – and in a way the crossover is symbolic: a call to step out of touch and out of time, and give yourself over to the natural charm of the place. Set along a riverbank teeming with hippos, the game is never far away. And top your day off with a nocturnal adventure: take a bush dinner and red-filter spotlights and discover what the wilderness has to offer by way.

A great green safari is to witness the range of outstanding beauty Kenya has to offer.

Suggest reaching out to Warren Green and Associates is interested in supporting those
companies that are making sincere efforts to reduce negative effects on their surroundings, while at the same offering world-class, often hedonistic travel experience.

What is Sustainable Tourism?

Warren Green & Associates: Global Sustainable Tourism (

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