Top luxury hotels in Kenya

Vast savannahs, lions, wildebeests, meerkats and warthogs … Africa cliché it may be, but when you come face to face with it, the sheer grandeur of wildlife will raise goosebumps faster than the opening Zulu verse of ‘Circle of Life’.

The wildlife reserves in Kenya are legendary. After all, it is where the future king of England proposed to the now-Duchess of Cambridge. The only royalty you will care about when you get there though, is the king of the jungle and the other animals that call the Pride Lands home. Across the country, visitors can embark on a traditional jeep or hot air balloon safari to catch sight of lions, along with leopards, rhinos, elephants, giraffes, and zebras. 

When the animals have had enough of you, head to the country’s southeastern shorelines where the Indian Ocean laps up on wide white beaches. Under the shimmering water surface, the coral reefs of Mombasa Marine National Park make for a different kind of animal sighting adventure that will keep you firmly in awe of nature’s creatures.

Two years since the inaugural publication, we’re back with a bigger and better 2nd edition of

100 BEST 2019-2020
BY LUXURYHUNT.COM

Launched in April 2019, the second edition of 100 Best coffee table book highlights LuxuryHunt’s latest travel experiences in 26 countries across the globe, including in new destinations from Cuba to Kenya. The expanded 744-page publication now comes in two sizes and features the same gorgeous photography which has captured the essence of the journey since 2014. For the first time, the 2019/2020 edition of 100 BEST also features people, experiences and brands.

A series of launch events during 2019 brings the 2019/2020 100 BEST to Phuket, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Bali, Zürich, London, Chengdu, New York and Bangkok.


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