Skip to content

Nature based tourism

SGW facilitates visitors, both international and national to visit wild places in Kenya and enjoy the provisions of nature.

1. Nairobi Ecology

Popularly referred to as the City in the sun, Nairobi is Kenya’s capital and one of largest cities in Africa. A thriving metropolis that offers romance, culture, wild adventures & business in equal measures.

Her greatest trump card is the fact that it is home to the only national park in the world on the cusp of a capital city – a park packed with the free-roaming wildlife including buffaloes, giraffes, lions, leopards, baboons, zebras, and cheetahs also homes Mokoyeti nature Trail, Giraffe center, Nairobi National park, animal orphanage, safari walk, David Sheldricks elephant orphanage, museums, snake park & Aquarium and other sites.

2. Nakuru Ecology

Experience largest city in the Rift Valley region in style. Nakuru is the best place to stock up on an array of attractions sites, visit the wild and browse rich curio markets around. Come to this bird lover’s paradise and leave with memories of majestic nature and incredible community.

Whether its peace and tranquility you’re after or a calendar full of experiences to try, Nakuru is always full surprises especially away from the bustling capital city. An open mind is all you need to discover this haven for beautiful culture, bespoke adventures, and proud locals. Areas that can be visited include the Lake Nakuru National park, Menengai Crator, Hyrax hill, Lake Baringo, Lake Bogoria, Thomsons Falls, Lake Naivasha, Hells Gate National Park, Kariandusi amongst other sites.

3. Narok Ecology

Narok harbors the most popular park in Kenya the Maasai Mara and it is also home to the Great Wildebeest Migration which is considered as one of the “Seven New Wonders of the World” The county has continuously attracted investors in the hospitality industry to set up hotels and camping sites. Discover the fascinating wildebeest migration from the Serengeti into the Mara from June to October. Indulge in the most admirable cultures of the Maasai or take the wild game drive or a unique safari of a lifetime.

Some of the places to visit include, The Mara Triangle, Narok museum, Maasai Mara, Loita hills, Conservancies and also Entasopia Fall.

4. Coastal Ecology

The coastal region is unevenly divided into two major regions; the North and South Coast, each with equal measures of magical experiences and mind-boggling adventures. The low-lying and sandy terrain, indented by mangrove-lined creeks, and shaded by the beautiful coconut palms makes the Kenya coast a haven for many. Enjoy an array of Marine National Parks, Fort Jesus, Vasco da Gama and many others as you discover the best beach destination in Africa, Diani beach.

5. Eastern/Central Kenya Ecology

The Eastern Region hosts Kenya’s most eco-friendly parks which are less exploited thus still teeming with life. Explore the famous Chalbi Desert, go on a game drive to the Sibiloi National Park, take a wildlife safari in Marsabit National Reserve and get up-close and personal with lions at Meru National Park, the Imenti forest and many other conservancies in Laikipia. If you love mountain climbing, a portion of Mount Kenya is right within the border of the Eastern & Central Kenya.

Explore the Aberdare National Park – home to Africa’s iconic hotels; the Ark and the Treetops – as you catch sights of the abundant wildlife including elephants, buffaloes, black rhinos, spotted hyenas and bongo antelope.

Ready to work or interact with our team?