Kenya is the birthplace of safari, made famous by writers like Karen Blixen whose prose perfectly captured the dazzling tapestry of wildlife and landscape that have changed very little since her days as a farmer and writer. Kenya (and it’s East African counterparts) remain intrinsically wild and inexplicably wilder than their Southern African safari rivals.

The wide open savannahs of the Great Rift Valley and the majesty of the lone, red-cloaked Masai shepherds in the distance are still common features of this endlessly romantic country. Arguably Kenya’s best kept secret is that for all of the hype surrounding the Great Migration, you can see the very same things every month of the year anyway, and all to yourselves if you travel outside the Migration months.

Please click here to view Zac and Bridget Clammer’s honeymoon pictures from Kenya.