An incredible journey to the animal kingdom. Don't hesitate any longer!
Visiting wild animals in their natural territory is an experience of a lifetime. You don't have to be a hunter; being a silent observer of the fauna, which you would otherwise see only behind the bars of various Zoos, is more than enough. In African national parks, the roles are reversed - the animals move freely and have their own animal rituals, which you can observe from a respectful distance, employing great caution. An experienced guide will show you the Big Five - lions, elephants, leopards, buffalo sand rhinoceros, as well as the virgin, clean beaches of the Indian Ocean, spectacular mountain ranges, dark jungles and mangrove forests.
Let the tour through African wilderness begin
The beautiful country of Africa has much to offer. Kenya is the last paradise on Earth, full of essence of diversity. If you're longing for real luxury while at the same time being a born adventurer, we have some tips for you, which guarantee a truly extraordinary experience. At Kilima Safari Camp, you'll enjoy exclusive care with a Czech guide provided for 58,900 crowns for 12 days. If you wish to get a more diverse experience of the local nature, you can stay in African cottages or luxuriously furnished tents in the heart of one of the oldest national parks - Tsavo East. Camp Ashnil Aruba Lodge offers Deluxe accommodation for CZK 5,000 per night, along with the opportunity to spend your night in the wilderness in safety, warmth and luxury.
Luxury served on a silver tray
That's what awaits you in Mahali Mzuri in Kenya. Accommodation for 24 guests guarantees peace and quiet. For stylish "apartments" in the form of fantastic tents, you'll pay 37,000 crowns per night. Even tents can be suitable for the rich. Next to the superb accommodation and diverse catering, you can also look forward to joyrides in Land Cruisers. Are you tempted yet? The name Mahali Mzuri itself means "beautiful place". You'd better see for yourself, how well the name fits these incredible 13,500 hectares of land!