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Safaris in Kenya

A land of vast savannahs filled with grazing wildebeest and prancing zebra, Kenya is the perfect playground for an African safari. Expect stunning weather, beautiful scenery and a chance to be alongside the world’s most fascinating creatures.

Visit the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi and you can feed these quirky, loveable giants or drive through the epic Tsavo national park that stretches 22,000km² and discover the wonderful animals that lie within. Walk the plains of Kenya with a local Maasai tribe and discover how they live in harmony with nature. Home to some of the world’s leading guides, you are given the best opportunities in the world to spot Kenya’s famous wildlife.

Highlight of Safaris in Kenya

Kenya’s ‘Lion King-esque’ landscape is filled with beautiful, native animals that wouldn’t appear out of place at the foot of ‘Pride Rock!’ Keep your eyes peeled for the Big Five - lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and African buffalo. Lucky travellers may also catch a glimpse of hippos, crocodiles, cheetahs and many more African animals.

What to do in Kenya

Family Safaris in Kenya

A Kenyan safari is the perfect place for a keen traveller to take their family. The breathtaking beauty of the African wildlife in person is something that inspires people of all ages. The whole family will love visiting orphaned baby elephants at the world renowned Daphne Sheldrick Wildlife Trust or staying overnight in a traditional Maasai village. One thing is for sure, a family trip on a Kenyan safari is guaranteed to create memories that the whole family will be reminiscing about for years on end!

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Live With a Maasai Tribe

The Maasai people are a Nilotic ethnic group that inhabit central and southern Kenya. These courageous warriors are known for their distinctive culture, rituals, 'high jumping dance' and custom dress. What better way to embrace the local culture than to walk with the Maasai on a trek across the rural hills. Passing flamingo and hippo and in the Loita Hills, embrace nature as you share the land with Africa’s famous wildlife.

More Information About Kenya

The ideal times for traveling to Kenya are January, February, and July through October, which correspond to the dry season, offering hot and cool weather, respectively. November, December, and April through June constitute the short and long rainy seasons, respectively.

Travel in early September and you can almost guarantee that your trip will coincide with the famous wildebeest migration across the Masai Mara.

That being said, Kenya is filled with wildlife throughout the year, so it is always a good time for safari.

Reasons why safaris in Kenya should be on everyone's bucket list

Safaris in Kenya should bucket-list adventure for every travel enthusiast, and here are the reasons why. 

Spectacular Wildlife

From the iconic Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros) to a vast array of other species, including giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, hippos, and crocodiles, the country's national parks and reserves are teeming with diverse and captivating animals.

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Kenyan people are known for their warmth and hospitality. You'll feel welcomed and well-cared-for throughout your safari, making your trip even more enjoyable.

The Great Migration

The Great Migration is one of the most mesmerising natural spectacles you can witness on safaris in Kenya. This epic journey involves millions of wildebeest, zebras, and other herbivores as they traverse the vast plains of the Maasai Mara in search of fresh grazing lands. The migration is a dramatic and awe-inspiring display of nature's power and endurance, offering a rare opportunity to see thrilling predator-prey interactions and river crossings that can be both heart-pounding and breathtaking for safari enthusiasts.

Massai Villages

The Maasai, known for their vibrant attire and traditional way of life, warmly welcome visitors to experience their customs and traditions. You can participate in tribal dances, witness traditional ceremonies, and gain insights into their nomadic lifestyle, creating meaningful interactions that enrich your safari experience while supporting local communities.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park, nestled at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, is renowned for its stunning landscapes and, most notably, its large and iconic elephant population. Visitors to this park are treated to breathtaking views of elephants roaming against the backdrop of Africa's highest peak, creating a truly majestic and photogenic safari experience.

Massai Mara Game Reserve

The Masai Mara Game Reserve is one of Kenya's most iconic safari destinations, renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and abundant wildlife. It's a place where you can witness the incredible drama of the Great Migration, as millions of wildebeest and zebras cross the Mara River in search of fresh grazing grounds. The reserve is home to the Big Five and offers exceptional opportunities for game drives,






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