Kenya has a vast diversity of topography, flora and fauna. The far north from Lake Turkana bordering Ethiopia and Sudan, offers desert country with sand dunes, seasonal lakes and rivers, and high mountains with cloud forests where cycads that are a over a million years old can be found.
The central highlands of the Laikipia Plateau shows off the snow capped Mt. Kenya,Africa’s second highest mountain,along with the Aberdare Mountain Range, one of the oldest ranges in Africa which drops down into The Great Rift Valley.
Central and western Kenya are rich in volcanic soil and make for perfect farmlands. Lake Victoria in the west is the second largest fresh water lake in the world. On the west side of the Rift Valley the terrain climbs up to the Mau Escarpment and opens onto the plains of the world famous Masai Mara eco-system on the south-westof Kenya.
To the south-eastTsavo National Park is one of the largest national parks in the world leading on to the beautiful Kenyan coastline with its amazing white beaches and clear blue waters.