Welcome Superior Kenya Tour and Holiday
Superior Kenya Tour and Holiday offers a wide range of adventure holidays for trekkers, walkers, naturalists, wildlife enthusiasts, overland travelers and birders wishing,to take advantage of a fully arranged programs.offering unequalled levels of service and luxury on all our trips setting us apart from the rest. Security in addition to tour guides is a fairly new concept in the tourism industry that only a few can offer and we are proud to say that we do.
Superior Kenya Tour and Holiday is looking forward to revitalizing the tourism industry in East Africa from the traditional beach and game reserve visiting to eco-tourism. We operate a ‘fair price’ policy so you will always get excellent value for money. At the same time you can be assured that our suppliers receive realistic and fair prices for the services they provide.
As you might expect, wildlife safaris are the lifeblood of Kenyan tourism, and the infrastructure for travelers is impressive. Jeeps, buses and light aircraft fan out daily across the country to safari lodges and tented camps, some simple and rustic, others lavish and opulent. Refreshingly, you can enjoy close encounters with nature even on a budget, with walking safaris run by tribal guides and economic tented camps that scrimp on creature comforts, but not on creatures.
Most people start the journey in Nairobi, but few linger when there are more attractive cities strung out along the sun-kissed Kenyan coast and dotted around the Great Rift Valley. Whether you pick the interior or the coast, with its beach resorts and Islamic ruins, you can be sure to find a national park or reserve close at hand – Nairobi even has a national park within the city limits, with zebras and giraffes just a stone’s throw from the suburbs.
Kenya is also a great place for cultural encounters, with more than 40 different tribal groups, each following its own unique way of life. The semi-nomadic Maasai, with their rainbow-colored, bead-covered adornments, are perhaps the most obvious group, but visiting any tribal village is a fascinating experience.
On appearances, Kenya would seem like the perfect holiday destination, but tourism has had its ups and downs in recent years, with political upheaval during elections and a string of high-profile militant attacks in Nairobi and along the coast.
These set-backs have made a noticeable dent in Kenya’s tourist industry, yet travelers still flock to the teeming plains of the Maasai Mara and trek the slopes of Mount Kenya, and the biggest decision for most is not whether to go to Kenya, but instead, which wild animal to search for first.