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One of Africa’s very best wildlife destinations, Kenya is home of the annual wildebeest migration and excellent year round game viewing in its numerous wildlife reserves. Renowned as a great option for first-time safari goers, Kenya’s tourism industry is well-developed and offers diverse experiences and accommodation, from high-end lodges tucked away in remote corners to more mainstream budget options in busier wildlife areas.

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SAVE USD 100 per person on this Kenya safari, visiting the very best national parks and reserves in the Great Rift Valley; Lake Nakuru home to thousands of flamingos as well as the rare black and white rhino; the famous Masai Mara with its annual migration...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start in Nairobi, end in Nairobi
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Special Offer – 12-Day Kenya Big Five Safari

Direct Kenya Safaris
(1 reviews)

SAVE USD 300 per person exploring Kenya on a safari that takes you to some of the wildest habitats on earth that hold an amazingly diverse world of wildlife, offering you the best game viewing opportunities in picturesque settings. Imagine seeing big-tusked...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Family Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start in Nairobi, end in Nairobi
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Special Offer – 7-Day Kenyan National Parks Safari

Direct Kenya Safaris
(1 reviews)

SAVE USD 100 per person and explore six of Kenya's best known reserves on this eight day African adventure that promises to leave you with memories you will cherish for a lifetime. Discover the famous Masai Mara National Park with its vast plains stretching...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start in Nairobi, end in Nairobi

2-Day Masai Mara Safari

Direct Kenya Safaris
(2 reviews)

This adventurous  two days safari is designed for travelers who are passing through and have limited time but want to see the best that Africa has to offer. If you are making your way to Nairobi, Kenya and have some time to spare, make sure to join us...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget
  • Start/end:
    Start in Nairobi, end in Nairobi
  • Price Tag
    2 Days from
    $354 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

3 Days Kenya Masai Mara Safari

Kairi Tours and Safaris
(3 reviews)

Experience the great Masai Mara Game Reserve renowned for its exceptional populations of lion, leopard, cheetah and elephant and home to the annual Great Migration, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa. The safari is optimal for viewing the beauty...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Family Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Nairobi
  • Price Tag
    3 Days from
    $360 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

3 Days Masai Mara Safari

Jumbo Adventures
(1 reviews)

This short safari showcases Kenya's famous Masai Mara Game Reserve, with its tree-studded savannah plains, highest wildlife concentration than any other park in the region, annual wildebeest migration (July to September), Mara River inhabited by wild...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget, Camping
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Nairobi
  • Price Tag
    3 Days from
    $360 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

7 Days Masai Mara, Naivasha and Amboseli Safari

Dancom Tours and Travel
(1 reviews)

This adventure safari features Kenya's premium safari destination, the Masai Mara National Reserve, home to the great migration when millions of wildebeest cross between Tanzania's Serengeti National Park and Kenya's Masai Mara. Also visit Lake Naivasha...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget, Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Nairobi
  • Price Tag
    7 Days from
    $1550 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

10-Day Best Kenya Horizons Safari

African Adventure Specialists
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This is an action filled adventure tour taking you through the premier destinations Kenya has to offer. Get up-close to the wild animals in their natural habitat, and have an excellent opportunity to spot the big five and numerous other animals as well...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Luxury
  • Start/end:
    Start in Nairobi, end in Nairobi
  • Price Tag
    10 Days from
    $3196 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

4 Days Aberdare National Park & Samburu Safari

Milana Tours and Safaris
(0 reviews)

Created in 1950, Kenya's Aberdares National Park is located in the central highlands of Kenya in the lap of Aberdares Mountain range. The park is one of the few areas in Kenya with an untouched and indigenous forest reserve, an area of 766 sq km filled...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget, Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start in Nairobi, end in Nairobi
  • Price Tag
    4 Days from
    $640 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

7-Day Kenya Wildlife Safari

Gorgeous Dreams Adventures
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This wildlife safari takes you to the most iconic reserves in Kenya in search of Africa's most magnificent creatures, including the famous big five. Explore the Masai Mara National Reserve for the chance to see the great wildebeest migration, Ol Pejeta...

  • Country:
    Kenya,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Nairobi
  • Price Tag
    7 Days from
    $2082 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round
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The tremendous wildlife is the highlight of Kenya safari tours packages. Wildlife in Kenya can be found almost anywhere, but the most popular game parks for safaris tend to be along the main road from Nairobi to Mombasa. Here you will find Amboseli, Chyulu Hills, Masai Mara and Tsavo East and West. That said, the game parks of Buffalo Springs, Samburu and Shaba in the north are also outstanding; an arid wilderness where game gathers to drink at the waters of the Ewaso N’yiro River, attracting large herds of elephants, leopards, gerenuk, oryx and giraffe.

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Major Kenya Safari Attractions

Kenya Safari Tour Highlights

  • Experience the great wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara National Reserve from July to October, when the herds cross over from Tanzania.
  • Take to the skies in a hot air balloon for an amazing bird’s eye view of the Maasai Mara grasslands.
  • Combine your safari with a stay on a beautiful palm-fringed beach for some well deserved relaxation with diving options.
  • Explore Amboseli National Park with its large elephant herds and spectacular view of Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro.

Facts About Kenya Safari Tour

  • The Great Rift Valley, which runs north to south through Kenya, was formed as a result of the earth’s crust splitting open over 20 million years ago.
  • Masai Mara National Reserve is Kenya’s most renowned national parks, owing to the great wildebeest migration and big cat encounters.
  • Culturally diverse, Kenya has more than 42 ethnic communities, the best known are the Swahili and the Maasai.
  • Mount Kenya, Kenya’s highest mountain and Africa’s second highest after Kilimanjaro, is an extinct volcano around 3 million years old.

For more such interesting facts, refer to our detailed Kenya travel guide.

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FAQ's for Kenya Safari

  • When is the best time to travel to Kenya

    Apart from March, April, and May, which are the long rains, Kenya can be considered a year-round safari destination. The dry season in Kenya (January and February, June to October) offers visitors the best wildlife viewing experience, when the bush is drier so it’s easier to spot animals as they congregate at water sources The wildebeest migration can be observed in the Masai Mara National Reserve from August to October, after which they began their journey back to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. In general, September to April is the ideal time to visit Kenya for an optimal birding experience, with November and December the best time for migratory birds.

    Although these are the perfect timings for wildlife viewing, the best time to visit individual parks might differ slightly based on the climate and season in the regions.

    • Meru National Park: June to September
    • Buffalo Spring National Park: June to October, December to March
    • Lake Nakuru: June to March
    • Amboseli National Park: June to October, January to February
    • Masai Mara National Park: July to October

    Generally, the most popular time to visit Kenya is during the dry season, which means the parks are often more crowded and prices higher at this time. On the other hand, the wet season and shoulder seasons are less crowded and more affordable so are well worth considering.

    For more information about the best time to travel to Kenya (for safari activities, visiting the coastline and mountain climbing), check out our best time to visit Kenya guide.

  • What are Kenya’s major attractions?
    • Amboseli National Park
    • Buffalo Springs National Reserve
    • Central Island National Park
    • Chyulu Hills National Park
    • Lake Nakuru National Park
    • Masai Mara National Park
    • Meru National Park
    • Mount Kenya National Park
    • Samburu National Reserve
    • Tsavo East National Park
    • Tsavo West National Park
  • Is Kenya a family-friendly safari destination?

    Kenya is an ideal family safari destination with many of the safari lodges entertaining kids with safari activities which are tailored towards children and families. Imagine your children spellbound watching the great wildebeest migration or Masaai guides teaching them to track animals, enriching their memories of the safari holiday.

  • Do I require a visa to travel to Kenya?

    It depends primarily on your citizenship. Visitors from certain countries do not require a visa to travel to Kenya. Refer to the list of visa-exempt countries to find out whether you need a visa to visit Kenya and if so you can apply for an eVisa on the official visa portal. Everyone travelling to Kenya needs a passport with two blank pages and at least 6-months validity. For more details refer to our Kenya travel guide.

  • What languages are spoken in Kenya?

    Kenya’s diversity has resulted in a multilingual population with a total of 68 spoken languages. Its two official languages are English and Swahili. The Bantu language, Swahili, is spoken more often than English, which was inherited during colonial rule. Although the locals communicate in their respective local languages, they often choose to speak either English or Swahili. Other languages spoken by the majority of the Kenyan population are Kikuyu – a Bantu language, Dhouluo – a Nilotic language, and Kamba – another Bantu language.

  • What currency is used in Kenya?

    Kenya’s official currency is the Kenyan Shilling, which is accepted throughout the country. Foreign currencies such as US Dollars, Pound Sterling and Euros are also accepted at most hotels, restaurants and shops as well as credit cards, but not all shops accept this form of payment. If you want to convert your currency to Kenyan shillings use banks, Forex at the airport or ATMs.

    To make things a little simpler, we have shared a quick currency conversions (2021):

    Currency Kenyan Shillings
    1 Pound Sterling 148.72
    1 Euro 128.72
    1 United States Dollar 106.85
    1 Canadian Dollar 87.26
    1 Australian Dollar 82.84
    1 Japanese Yen 0.98

     

  • Where are Kenya’s best birding spots?
    • Arabuko Sokoke Forest:The Arabuko Sokoke Forest covers a mere 6-kilometer square area on the coast of Kenya, north of Mombasa. Compared to other major Kenyan birding destinations, Arabuko is smaller but large enough to house around 230 bird species. Some of the species found in the forest are African pygmy kingfisher, Amani sunbird, bush-shrike, dark-backed weaver, east-coast akalat, Fischer’s turaco, little yellow flycatcher, Mombasa woodpecker, red-tailed ant-thrush, Sokoke scops owl, and southern-banded snake-eagle.
    • Kakamega Forest National Reserve: Kenya’s only tropical rainforest, Kakamega, is swarming with birds. The game reserve is home to over 450 bird species including African blue flycatcher, banded prinia, Cassin’s honeybird, dusky tit, eastern olive sunbird, grey parrot, great blue turaco, joyful greenbul, and western banded snake eagle.
    • Kinangop Plateau: Wedged between the Kenyan Rift Valley and Aberdare range, the Kinangop Plateau gets its name from the Kinangop mountain. Kinangop is known for sightings of Aberdare cisticola, Hunter’s cisticola, Levaillant’s cisticola, wing-snapping cisticola, long-tailed widowbird, and sharpe’s longclaw.
    • Lake Baringo: One of the two Kenyan Rift Valley’s freshwater lakes, Lake Baringo is quite well-known for its abundant birdlife. The lake is known to inhabit more than 470 bird species as well as some of the most endangered species such as basra reed warbler, Egyptian vulture, hooded vulture, Madagascar pond-heron, and Ruppell’s griffon.
    • Lake Naivasha National Park: A birding hotspot, Lake Naivasha National Park, is located along the shores of Lake Naivasha, which is the other Kenyan Rift Valley’s freshwater lake. It is home to more than 300 bird species, such as African skimmer, black-tailed godwit, gray crowned-crane, great snipe, lesser flamingo, maccoa duck, and sooty falcon.
    • Masai Mara National Reserve: Kenya’s premier safari destination, Maasai Mara National Reserve, is also a bird-watcher’s paradise. It has more than 500 bird species, including some vulnerable species, such as greater spotted eagle, imperial eagle, lappet-faced vulture, martial eagle, secretarybird, white-headed vulture, and woolly-necked stork.
    • Nairobi National Park: In its peak bird-watching season from November to April, Nairobi National Park is teeming with more than 500 bird species. There are around 16 old-world flycatcher species, 13 swallow species, and more than 30 birds of prey.
    • Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserve: Samburu National Reserve and the Buffalo Springs National Reserve are separated by the river Ewaso Nyiro. Combined, Buffalo Springs and Samburu have more than 390 species of birds. Visitors will have frequent sightings of D’Arnaud’s barbet, golden pipit, nightjars, Somali bee-eater, Somali ostrich, rosy-patched bush-shrike, and white-headed mousebirds.
  • Read more: Frequently Asked Questions on Kenya 

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