Kenya is home, the icon of safari. It is here, where over one hundred years ago it became synonym of the most sophisticated form of spending free time. It is here, where still many successors of this inheritance live, which became a symbol, part of the African history and it is cultivated nowadays in the form as it was in the past. While planning a trip to Kenya you cannot forget about safari. Africa cannot be learnt without emotional commitment. It is not possible to go just for a trip so that pass in ten days from one point to the other. If someone wants to feel the spirit of safari this way, he will see nothing, will not experience even a bit of this incredible magic which still exists under the blue sky and in the ocean of bush and savanna. Safari is exploring the world which does not exist anywhere else, the world which was prior millions of chimneys appeared around. Safari is experiencing the silence, calmness of wild animals; this is mixture of elegance of the old days with the rampant nature. This is for sure elitist was of spending free time but also elitist life style. Safari is never the same, even if is carried for many times in the same area. It always surprises you with new experience because the African show will give more and more new scenes. In Swahili “safari” means trip. Safari njema – have a good trip – you will hear when departing to the wild bush for your photographic hunting when everyone wants to hunt so called “big five”. The term “big five” originates from the old days when rich, white hunters had as a main goal of the safari gaining trophies making all others jealous. Five species were considered as the most precious: elephants, rhinos, lions, cheetahs and African buffalos. Currently for this bloodless hunting you need dedicate at least two days to spend one night in the park. The most popular parks are: Masai Mara, Tsavo East and West, Amboseli and Nakuru.