Kenya Safaris

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Kenya Safaris

Kenya Safaris provides a magical safari destination ranked among the top safari destinations in the world, offering truly unique African adventures. Kenya is a great safari destination located in East Africa, boosting romance, wilderness, thrill, and adventure, which is why the country receives thousands of tourists each year.

Kenya Safaris

Top Notch Experiences

Kenya is renowned for its abundant wildlife and the annual great wildebeest migration, which is known as the world’s largest wildlife migration. The great wildebeest migration is a circular migration of over 1.5 million wildebeests from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the Maasai Mara National Reserve, accompanied by thousands of zebras, gazelles, and elands.

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Unveil the Wild – Extraordinary Kenya Safaris Awaits!

Wildlife in Kenya includes the big five (lions, leopards, rhinos, buffaloes, and elephants), which are the most sought after safari on a Kenya safari/Kenya tours/Kenya holidays include zebras, wildebeests, Beisa oryx, giraffes, long-necked gerenuk, Guenther’s dik-dk, lesser kudus, and cheetahs. Kenya’s animals are protected in a variety of protected areas, including the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Amboseli National Park, Chyulu Hills National Park.

Kenya is an excellent birding safari destination, with over 1134 recorded bird species, including endemic, accidental, accidental, and introduced species. Flamingos, Abbott’s starling, Aberdare cisticola, Amani sunbird, Clarke’s weaver, Grey-crested helmet-shrike, Hinde’s pied babbler, Jackson’s hornbill, Jackson’s francolin, Montane white-eye, Sharpe’s longclaw are among the bird species to look out for on a Kenya birding safari. Taita thrush, Tana River cisticola, Taveta golden weaver, Sokoke pipit, Sokoke scops owl Abyssinian crimsonwing, Williams’ lark Trogon with a bartail, Friedmann’s lark, golden-breasted starling, golden-winged sunbird, great blue turaco, blue-headed bee-eater red-naped bush-shrike, Kori bustard, secretary bird, Somali courser, Somali sparrow, Taita apalis, Turner’s eremomela, Vulturine guineafowl, yellow-bellied wattle-eye, and many other species are found in Kenya. Birds and bird watching are popular in Kenya, with popular destinations including Lake Nakuru National Parks and Nairobi National Park, Mount Kenya National Park, Samburu and Buffaloes Springs National Parks, Lake Naivasha, Kinangop Plateau and many more.

WHY VISIT KENYA FOR A SAFARI

If you are Looking for a Fun Packed Adventure – Well Look no Further…

Embark on a Kenyan safari to encounter an extraordinary blend of wildlife diversity and breathtaking landscapes, from the iconic Big Five to lush forests and rugged mountains. Immerse yourself in vibrant cultures, engage in thrilling adventures, and contribute to conservation efforts that protect these natural wonders while supporting local communities. A Kenyan safari offers a unique chance to create indelible memories, enrich your understanding of the world, and make a positive impact on both the environment and the people who call this magnificent land home.

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Country

Kenya

Visa Requirements

Visit the Kenyan Embassy website for your country for the latest info

Languages spoken

English and Swahili

Currency used

Kenyan Shillings

Area (km2)

582,646 km²
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