Google map of Kenya

Kenya is an extraordinarily diverse country: most of the north and far east is desert or semi-desert, while highlands dominate the centre. Slicing through the west – from Lake Turkana south to the Tanzanian border – is the Great Rift Valley. Beyond the Rift, in the south-west, lies the Maasai Mara National Reserve.

Things to see on this Kenya map

At this scale – note the green in the south-east of the country: it's the Tsavo East National Park and the Maasai Mara National Reserve. Then double-click a few times on them to zoom in closer – and see the amazing course of the vegetation. Move to the north-east, to find the capital Nairobi and an extensive region, emerging as Kenya's new safari frontier-Laikipia. Have a look at the northern range of landscapes varying from semi-arid and rocky landscapes to beautiful riverine woodland.

Click onto any of the markers, and follow the links in the bubbles, for maps of these areas with precise locations for the various safari camps and lodges.

Navigating around this Kenya map

Drag-and-drop the sliding marker along the vertical scale to zoom the map in (+) and out (-). Move the mouse over the pins to see lodge names. Click on a blue lodge pin to open a bubble with more information. In the bubble, click on the lodge name to read more information about the lodge. Brown pins indicate points of interest, while black pins show important villages and towns. You can also use the left menu at the top to link to other satellite images.

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