Wildlife Safaris Kenya

Wildlife Safaris Kenya  : Kenya is the country where the word ‘safari’ (Swahili for journey’) actually comes from that word. Close encounters with a variety of the wildlife in breath taking landscapes, luxurious and unusual camps and lodges and the fascinating culture of the Kenyan tribes bring the country top of many lists for the best wildlife safaris in Africa.

Just saying the names of the most Kenya safari destinations is bound to cause case of the most wanderlust, names like Maasai Mara national reserve resonate with anyone who loves to travel, while other places like Samburu national reserve, Tsavo national park also offer the promise of the unique, unforgettable safari experiences in Kenya, which offers carefully curated selection of Kenya safari destinations enables Wildlife safaris to ensure the quality of every moment on safari.

Although a comprehensive hunting ban over the last 35 years has greatly reduces animals fear of humans, that is why wildlife in Kenya is although never tame often remarkably approachable, allowing the best wildlife safaris in Kenya to be a really close to wildlife.

Wildlife Safaris Kenya
Elephants in Samburu

The wide range habitats, from the lush grasslands, to riverine forests, to moorlands and the semi-deserts, accounts for a variety of the presence of the wildlife in Kenya country. This also means that there is a huge range of choice for your wildlife safari trip. We will not deny  that many of the best wildlife safari destinations in Kenya, like Maasai Mara National Reserve which is a great safari with the Wildebeest migration, the reserve is so well for its big five that includes the (lion, rhino, elephant, leopard and the buffalo) and also Samburu national reserve is a great wildlife safari in that the reserve is well known for its rare special five that are found in this reserve only in Kenya as they include the (Somali Ostrich, Beisa Oryx, Reticulated giraffe, Generuk, Grevys zebra) are very popular and thus busy. However with our experience we can help you to avoid the crowds. Though there are more wildlife safaris in Kenya that includes the Amboseli national park, Lake Nakuru national park, Aberdare national Park, Tsavo national park and many more national parks and national reserves in Kenya.

There are as many reasons to go as there are experiences awaiting visitors to this incredibly varied country, from the semi-arid north to the plains of the Mara, and not forgetting the Indian Ocean coast, Kenya is a study in contrasts and all of them wonderful. Nairobi the capital city of Kenya is emerging as a cultural and the artistic hub with a vibe and energy of its own, from there light aircraft wing their way over mountains, deserts and even rainforests to deliver travelers to luxury lodges and classic mobile camps ideally for maximum exposure to wildfire.

In Kenya, almost anything is possible, spending the morning watching wildebeest running a reptilian gauntlet and an evening stroll through the surf in the shadow of a colonial fort in the same day, Kenya can do that, and so much more besides.

It’s impossible to describe Kenya safaris referencing the Great Wildebeest Migration, but even the Maasai Mara’s seismic relocation faces competition from other iconic destinations, including Amboseli National Park, Tsavo and the irresistibly named Hell’s Gate. Kenya is a county where old and new rub shoulders with the relative ease, traditionally dressed Maasai and Samburu tribe men navigate city streets and tree-studded savannah with equal a plomb.

Wildlife Safaris Kenya

Many wildlife safaris in Kenya are fly in trips, based around hops in light aircraft out of Nairobi and staying at small to medium size safari camps. Atahese camps usually consist of either Luxury tents with built in bathrooms or imaginative open air rooms, to add an extra highlight to your wildlife safari in Kenya, why not end your trip at one of the country’s wonderful beaches of the fine white sand lapped by an azure, bath warm sea.

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