Wildlife in Kenya includes the big five (lions, leopards, rhinos, buffaloes, and elephants), which are the most sought after safari animals. Other animals to look out for in Kenya on a Kenya safari/kenya tours/kenya holidays include zebras, wildebeests, Beisa oryx, giraffes, long necked gerenuk, guenther’s dik-dk, lesser kudus, cheeta Kenya’s animals are protected in a variety of protected areas, including the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Amboseli National Park, Chyulu Hills National Park, and others.
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 Mr. Secretary Bird, Somali courser, Somali sparrow, Taita apalis, Turner’s eremomela, Vulturine guineafowl, Yellow-bellied wattle-eye, and many other species are found in Somalia. Birds and bird watching are popular in Kenya, with popular destinations including Lake Nakuru National Park and Nairobi National Park, Mount Kenya national park, Samburu and buffaloes springs national park, Lake Naivasha, Kinangop plateau and many more.