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Where we can take you in Kenya

Our professionals can assist you in planning your trip to the places listed below, based on your preferences and interests. Kenya Safari Tours, Incredible Landscapes, Cultures, and Wildlife. Kenya, which is located in East Africa and has a coastline on the Indian Ocean, has a diverse terrain that includes savannahs, lake lands, the spectacular Great Rift Valley, and mountain ranges. It is home to several robust animal species, including lions, elephants, and rhinos, which are primarily seen in Masai Mara Reserve (known for its yearly wildebeest migrations) and Amboseli National Park (which provides stunning views of Tanzania’s 5,895-meter-high Mt. Kilimanjaro).

Because it spans the equator with little seasonal temperature variation, finest safari in Kenya is an excellent all-year-round vacation destination for a safari-and-seashore trip. Kenya, known as the sacred country of safari, has a special magic from July to October. The stage is now set for one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders, when roughly a million wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle migrate from the southern Serengeti to Masai Mara beginning in late June. The Masai Mara, together with Amboseli and Tsavo National Parks and the Chyulu Hills, provides exceptional year-round sport watching, including the renowned “Big Five.”

During Kenya safaris, here is where the “action” takes place as millions of diverse animal species cross the Mara River from Tanzania in quest of new grazing pastures. Zebras and other wildebeest on the river take the chance of crossing a river that is heavily infested with crocodiles and the unlucky ones never make it on the greener side of life.  For a first-rate game watching experience in East Africa, these Kenya wildlife safaris and vacation packages will take you to the best national parks and game reserves. One of Africa’s marvels and one of the top world wonders is Kenya’s Masai Mara. The cats (lions, leopards, and cheetahs), among other species of animals, are among the herds that live there. It is a popular safari destination in Kenya. Every year, millions of visitors go to the nation to watch the great wildebeest migration, which is famous across the globe. During Kenya safaris, here is where the “action” takes place as millions of diverse animal species cross the Mara River from Tanzania in quest of new grazing pastures. Zebras and other wildebeest on the river take the chance of crossing a river that is heavily infested with crocodiles and the unlucky ones never make it on the greener side of life.  Imagine taking a hot air balloon journey above Kenya while marveling at the wildlife as it thunders by and the cats stalk their prey.

Kenya Safari Tours

8 Days Masai Mara

This is a genuinely fantastic and unforgettable East African safari experience. What you should know is that despite current security issues, Kenya has long been a popular safari vacation spot in Africa and it is only getting bigger as a travel destination for nature and adventure enthusiasts. It might be difficult to decide which safari to take in Kenya because there is so much more to see and learn about and there isn’t usually enough time to see it all. Please go through the Kenya wildlife safari packages above and select the one that you think will provide the most value. If you have any further requests, feel free to drop us a mail and we shall gladly tailor your holiday safari to suit your needs.

Kenya Safaris

Kenya safaris happen in a magical land of great wonders and surprises, with the Masai Mara for endless wildlife encounters, Lake Nakuru for pink flamingos, Amboseli National Park large herds of elephants, Nairobi National Park “the world’s only wildlife capital,” Giraffe Center in Nairobi for Rothschild subspecies, Karen Blixen Museum, Tsavo East National Park, Hell’s Gate National Park, Kenya National Museum, Kisite Mpumguti and more. Due to its distinctive culture, cool environment, mouthwatering food, huge plantations, safety and security, and contemporary infrastructure, it is one of the top safari destinations in the world.

The vibrant city of Mombasa offers an unmatched experience amid a humming tourist and commercial hub, as well as a cooling sea breeze from the unique white-sand beaches. The two official languages to use while interacting with the locals in the city streets and in the upcountry are English and Swahili. Travelers enjoy various types of excursions on their honeymoons, weekend breaks, cultural adventures, and more. According to reports, Kenya is the country with the largest concentration of lions and other predator species.

National parks are the most visited destinations in Kenya since visitors stay there for several days and nights. East of the African continent, Kenya is surrounded by Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda, the enormous Indian Ocean, and Somalia. The accessible modes of transportation from the airports in and around Nairobi to the lodgings, meeting locations, and game reserves include, among others, the road; motorbikes, buses, Taxis, and walking when touring the city; flying, or traveling by water.

Kenya safari tips!

The most frequently spoken language in the nation, Swahili, which unites people from all walks of life, is pronounced “HamJambo” or “Habari,” which means “Hello.” When traveling, many people are apprehensive to eat from strangers, but in Kenya, the food, fruits, and beverages sold at neighborhood kiosks and by street sellers are excellent, safe, and appropriate for ingestion. If you must move, it is far safer and less expensive to do it with a local because cities never sleep and have an amazing nightlife in clubs, theaters, and restaurants.

Being vigilant at all times is suggested while visiting Kenya since, as is the case in other areas of the world, there are certain persons out there attempting to take advantage of tourists by stealing from or deceiving them. The majority of eateries, artisan fairs, and shopping centers take US dollars, Euros, and other international currencies as payment. However, in order to tip people and buy mementos from far-off regions, one must have access to local cash. Regarding clothing, it is advised that tourists dress warmly during the rainy season and correctly when going out in public. A respectable outfit is one that covers your entire body. Christianity is the most prevalent religion, followed by Islam and orthodoxy.


Safaris in the wild

Enjoy both day and night game viewing, as well as bird watching. A wildlife safari in the unspoiled savannah areas involves primate trekking and other activities. On a good day, you could see lions, leopards, Impalas, zebras, cheetahs, and warthogs. Leopards, exotic reptiles, an ostrich, pink flamingos, and other creatures are among those on show. On boat tours, nature walks, trekking, and other activities, you may witness a variety of wildlife species at their territories, hunting or grazing.

Migration of wildebeests

This is the greatest animal migration in history. Every year, roughly 2 million wildebeests, as well as thousands of zebras, cheetahs, and other wildlife, may be seen in the Serengeti-Mara eco-system. The wildebeest migration is most visible from August to October, when they cross the Mara River into Kenya in search of fresh pasture and water.

Safaris to learn about different cultures

Because culture is one’s identity and pride, cultural exchange is a fantastic chance for learning and gaining a lot of insight into what should be done on an individual basis. Masai warriors and other indigenous cultural groups entertain visitors with their unique dances, music, and storytelling.

Photographic safaris

The majority of the nature photographs in various African documentaries were taken in Kenya, a country noted for its vast savannah plains, diversified flora and fauna, and other natural wonders.

There are photographic safari packages offered to places with a high concentration of what one needs.

Kenya beach holidays

The beauty and rejuvenation of sailing, swimming, and lounging on Kenya’s cool white sand beaches cannot be overstated. Mombasa, Wasini, and Diani beaches are located on the coast of the vast Indian Ocean. There are also excellent housing alternatives for weekend getaways, adventure trips, and leisure holidays.

There are also city trips, camping, mountain treks, and other activities offered. Kenya is available to visitors all year, with the best months being May to October and December to February. Book a Kenya safari now to experience the various delights that this nation has to offer.