Our first destination on the OneLife Rally Safari Kenya journey is none other than the vibrant city of Nairobi. This metropolis pulsates with energy and offers a multitude of experiences. As we venture into this urban jungle, we are greeted by a symphony of sights, sounds, and flavors. The streets are adorned with colorful markets, where the hues of traditional fabrics catch the eye of visitors, while soaring skyscrapers showcase the city’s modern and progressive spirit. Nairobi is not only a gateway to extraordinary wildlife adventures but also a melting pot of diverse cultures, where people from different backgrounds come together in harmony. 

With its rich history, world-class dining, and vibrant nightlife, Nairobi sets the stage for our unforgettable journey that lies ahead.


After our exploration of Nairobi, the journey takes us to this ‘off the beaten track’ wonderland – Masai Mara National Park. This iconic wildlife reserve is a sanctuary for the big 5 – Lions, Leopards, Rhinos, Elephants & Buffalos among other magnificent creatures that roam freely through the wild landscape stretching as far as the eye can see. Masai Mara’s fascinating terrain, dotted with acacia trees and meandering rivers, creates a picturesque backdrop for unforgettable encounters with nature. This National Park is a true testament to the untamed spirit of Africa, leaving visitors in awe as they witness the wonders of the animal kingdom in its most authentic form.


Continuing our Safari adventure, the next destination takes us to the mesmerizing Amboseli National Park. Nestled beneath the majestic crown of Africa’s highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, Amboseli is a true gem among Kenya’s cherished reserves. Its very name, derived from the Maasai language, evokes the essence of this extraordinary place – “Amboseli,” meaning “salty dust.” This park has earned its reputation as a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, offering opportunities to witness elephant herds in close proximity. Amboseli’s diverse ecosystem unfolds before visitors, showcasing a great number of distinct habitats to explore – from the sun-scorched terrain of the dried-up Lake Amboseli to the wetlands with sulphur springs, and the vast expanse of savannah and woodlands. Apart from the one of a kind wildlife encounters, a visit to Amboseli National Park presents a chance to connect with the Maasai community residing in the surrounding areas, meeting their authentic culture and traditions. 


As our journey nears its end, one of our final destinations beckons us to the remarkable Tsavo National Park. Stretching over an expansive area of nearly 22.000 km2, Tsavo is not only the largest national park in Kenya but also ranks among the world’s most extensive. Split into two sections, Tsavo East and Tsavo West, each corner of the Park is filled with surprises.

While exploring Tsavo, keep a keen eye out for its inhabitants among which are regal black rhino, Cape buffalo, elephant herds, leopards, hippos, and Masai lions, but also the charming bush baby, hartebeest, lesser kudu, and the Maasai giraffe.


Malindi is situated on the breathtaking Malindi Bay in southeastern Kenya and it is a true coastal paradise blessed with tropical beaches. From its pristine sands and azure waters to the abundance of colorful fish and turtles in the marine parks, Malindi offers an utopian experience for beach lovers and water enthusiasts. The nearby Arabuko-Sokoke Forest Reserve is a haven for wildlife, housing elephants and over 200 bird species. With its intriguing Gede Ruins, Malindi blends natural wonders and historical charm, making it the perfect final destination for the OneLife Rally Safari Kenya.

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