Kenyan beaches
Kenya has beautiful beaches as it runs along with the Indian ocean, with the brilliant blue water lapping against fine white sands, where you can stretch and chill out.  They are lined with protective coral reefs creating ideal waters for swimming and water sports.  For the more adventurous there is also space for kite-surfing, diving, and big game fishing. We can help to book you a weekend on the coast so you can relax and be dazzled by this slice of paradise.
Kenyan national parks
The quality of Kenya's parks and reserves make Kenya the most popular safari destination in Africa.  The parks are bound to dazzle adventure lovers because the country is truly a wildlife treasure trove. We are very lucky to work next to both Nakuru and Hells Gate National Parks and we offer trips to both.  We are also very proud to partner with Mattikoko camp in the Maasai Mara. The camp is situated in Lemek Conservancy and staffed by very friendly and experienced staff whose only goal is to give you the most fantastic safari experience. Expert guides are on hand to take you on the most amazing game drives. Enjoy full board accommodation, great food, and sun-downer drinks whilst watching the animals.
Kenya's lakes
Our projects are in the heart of the great Rift Valley where the lakes are spectacular, breathtaking and a bird watchers paradise.  Both Lake Nakuru and Lake Elmenteita are just 30 minutes from us, so we can offer day trips or book you a night away at one of the spectacular lodges.
Mountains in Kenya
Kenya is home to two of the three tallest mountains on the African continent.  It offers mountain climbing lovers some of the best hiking expeditions in the world.  Mount Longonot is just one hour from our base and we love to take people on a day trip to climb the mountain and look out over the valley. Its name is derived from the Maasai word Oloonong'ot, meaning "mountains of many spurs" or "steep ridges" and if you're up for it you can walk the entire way around the magical volcanic crater.