What a brilliant shock to the senses the Masai Mara is - stunning wildlife and saturated colours amid the dirt.
It's certainly one of the most luxurious and the food is outstanding.
Here you'll find a massive wildlife conservancy on the very fringes of the fifth biggest city on the continent.
For a dude ranch experience, ranching Kenyan-style is hard to beat.
Giraffes on the horizon, critters in the bathroom: it's easy to go wild in this Kenyan wildlife sanctuary.
This massive wildlife park has forest, rainforest, savannah, dry desert, mountain moorland and swamp where wildlife roams freely.
Partnerships between wildlife conservancies and Kenyans are proving to be lifesavers for animals and people alike.
At a boutique hotel on the outskirts of Nairobi, a former mansion turned giraffe sanctuary turned tourist attraction you can breakfast with unusual some characters.
Nowhere else would you observe the sun as a gigantic ball of burnt orange as it dips into the horizon, turning the sky a brilliant purple pink, illuminating the silhouettes of exotic wildlife as they pass through the desert landscape. There's the famous wildebeest migration, pink flamingos in blue lakes, colourful tribespeople, snow-capped mountains and white-sand beaches.