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Discover Kenya‘s key tourists attractions, spectacular landscapes, diverse cultures and irresistible wilderness teeming with wildlife. We pioneer bespoke road trips and beach safaris starting from either Nairobi or Mombasa to Kenya’s major destinations such as Masai Mara, Amboseli/Kilimanjaro, Tsavo East/West, Lake Nakuru, Samburu and others.

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A little about Kenya

Kenya – the name is almost synonymous with the famous phrase ‘Hakuna Matata‘ and safari. It is globally known for its classic safaris. The country has excellent contrasts that you can enjoy from the wildlife and the savanna to the snow-capped Mt.Kenya to the coastal sandy beaches and the rich cultural diversity.

The wildlife in Kenya is amazing. It is home to a range of some of the world’s most endangered species like the Grevy’s zebra, Tana River Mangabey, the Hunters antelope, just to mention a few. The country also hosted the last Northern male White rhino, Sudan, until his demise. Going on a safari in Kenya as you watch the animals, your African dream and imagination will unfold right in front of your eyes. Most parks have the big 5 (buffaloes, elephants, rhinos, leopards, and lions) that will keep you intrigued as you transverse the savannah.

The Great Rift Valley

Additionally, Kenya’s lakes and wetlands on the Great rift Valley is home to a variety of wild birds. Flamingoes grace the Lake Nakuru giving an intriguing pink carpet view of the lake. The long-legged pink birds mingle freely with the African fish eagles, goliath herons, the pink beaked pelicans, and the long-crested eagles among other birds.

Further, Kenya gives you the chance to partake in the 7th wonder of the great wildebeests’ migration. This would be an excellent adventure for you as you watch the herds move from Serengeti to the Masai Mara and back from July to August. The feeling of being so close to the migrating packs will give a slight tremble on the ground, and you can expect to see large clouds of dust before you can see the beautiful beasts. The park is also home to other animals like the zebras and lions. This, for you, would be the ultimate safari dream as you also get to interact with the local Maa community.

Featured tour Packages from Mombasa

3 Days Masai Mara

Road Trip from Nairobi through Lake. Naivasha

$650

3 Days Amboseli Kilimanjaro

Mt. Kilimanjaro & Amboseli National Park

$550

3 Days SaltLick Game Lodge

Road Trip from Mombasa to Taita Hills

$590

3 Days Tsavo East West

Road Trip from Mombasa to Tsavo East & Tsavo West

$590

Safari starting from Nairobi Kenya

2 Days Safaris from Nairobi

3 Days Safaris from Nairobi

4 Days Safaris from Nairobi

If you are a safari lover, then Kenya should be the place to visit. The rich biodiversity and culture bring a new meaning to the Savannah. The country is known for its astonishing landscape and Wildlife becoming a top tourism destination in the world. The equatorial country has the second-highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kenya, known by some communities as “The Seat of God”. Its white sandy coastline, next to the Indian Ocean, is a hub for ecological beauty and cultural richness.

Let’s have a look at the top destinations to consider when travelling to Kenya.

Top Five Tourist Destinations in Kenya

  1. Masai Mara National Reserve

Masai Mara National Reserve has become a renowned tourist destination all over the world. The reserve is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World; the Great Migration. You will love the experience of watching tens of thousands of wildebeest and zebras migrating between the plains of the Masai Mara and the Serengeti every year.

Moreover, you’ll enjoy watching one of the largest populations of leopards, lions, and cheetahs on the Mara plains. Don’t let your wallet slow you down, check out our customer-friendly packages now.

  1. Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park is located near the Kenya-Tanzanian border. Its spectacular view of Mount Kilimanjaro snowy peaks creates an essence of freedom and adventure; as you drive through the park.

Secondly, the park has become famous for its large herd of elephants; that do not shy away from close-ups and photos. Besides, you’ll have a chance to see the other wild animals; including buffalos, zebras, lions, impalas; wildebeest, and hyenas. Amboseli is also famous for over 600 species of birds, the woodland and savannah plains, plus its indigenous Maasai community.

  1. Tsavo National Park

Additionally, being the largest park in Kenya; Tsavo is found between Mombasa and Nairobi. The park is divided into Tsavo East National Park and Tsavo West National Park. Tsavo West is home to a remarkable changing landscape from winding rivers, waterfalls, and rolling volcanic landscape. While its sister park has a savannah feel to it. The park offers a great camping experience for anyone looking for isolation and a chance to get one with nature.

  1. Lamu Island

Lamu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located along the Kenyan Coastline; the 12-century island is rich with cultural diversity. Unique buildings, and a thriving oceanic ecosystem to behold.

Moreover, the Island developed due to trade between the Swahili community; the Arabs, Indian and European traders. Also, the buildings have a unique architectural feel to them; from the intricate coral stones to the old, grainy wooden doors; with cultural carving decorating their walls. The boat rides offer spectacular views around the coral coastline and its abundant water ecosystem. Book today to see Kenya’s oldest town.

  1. Lake Naivasha

Further, Lake Naivasha is found in the Great Rift Valley about 1.5 hours drive from Nairobi. The Crater Lake is home to over 400 bird species. Including the flamingos and the African fish eagle. The lake waters provide sustenance for a wide array of wildlife including buffalos; zebras, eland gazelles, hyenas, and giraffes.

Moreover, you can enjoy hiking through the plentiful nature trails; and mountain climbing along Mount Longonot’s Crater. Where you have an astounding view of the Great Rift Valley.

For many travelers, the cost of a safari adventure plays a significant role in their planning. Spending too much money on a safari tour in East Africa can leave a dent in your wallet. East Africa is home to many National Parks and Reserves, which also means the cost of a safari also varies between the parks and countries.

The cost of a safari depends on several factors. These include the length of your safari, the type of accommodation you prefer, the number of people accompanying you, among others. 

In addition, our specialty is finding the right and affordable price range for you to enjoy your East African safari. Below is a breakdown of some relevant top safari cost you should consider. 

Price Considerations for an East Africa Safari

  1. Safari Season

Between March and May, long rains tend to slow down the number of tourists making it more affordable for travelers that want to get that safari experience.

Further, flight prices are significantly reduced, which is a bonus advantage. On average, $170 – $200 per day is a reasonable budget to keep you on your feet, without any compromise to your welfare and standard.

On the other hand, during the peak season, between July and October, the prices considerably increase, as tourists flood into the parks, coupled with an increase in flight prices within the region. Your budget would range at $280 – $420 per day.

The budget would cover both your accommodation and transport cost within the region. It is worth noting that these prices do not include international flights.

  1. Duration

Secondly, the length of your stay should always be considered when planning your safari. Knowing the exact number of days you are willing to stay will help you have a clear understanding of your daily expenditure. The longer your safari takes, the higher the cost.

However, suppose you are on a tight budget but plan to have a more extended stay on your safari. In that case, it is wise to consider travelling during the low season, which would minimize the cost, while enjoying the less crowded sceneries.

  1. Accommodation Costs

Your accommodation cost depends on the size of your pocket. Luxury and comfort have a substantial burden on the cost of your safari. Knowing the type of affordable accommodation that suits your budget might go a long way. The advantage of a safari is that you have a wide variety of accommodations to choose that may suit your needs, from the simple camping site to luxurious hotels. Your cost would range from $60 – $1320 per night.

  1. Number of People

Like most tourist destinations, the number of people plays a considerable role in determining the overall cost of a trip. Travelling and accommodation discounts, depending on the number of people signing up for safaris, have become a big incentive in the East African tourism market. Also, sharing the cost also significantly reduces the burden of hiring transportation during your visits. The general range of hiring a vehicle ranges from $140 – $250 per day.

Our team of dedicated experts will guarantee you get the best solutions for all your safari budget planning while ensuring your comfort and safety our top priority.   

Finding the right safari destination can be a problem for anyone who wants to tick off safaris from their checklist. East Africa has the best safari adventure for most people. From the vast savannah plains to the dense equatorial forests of East Africa, enjoy the abundant wildlife; camping experience, and lodging that will have you coming back for more.

 

Top Destinations in East Africa

  1. Nairobi National Park

If you are interested in looking at wildlife with a city backdrop, then Nairobi National Park is the place to visit. The park is found about 10 km on the outskirts of the country’s capital, Nairobi. It has a thriving grassland cover; with bushland patches.

Secondly, it has an array of diverse wildlife, including rhinos, cheetahs, hyenas, and lions. Herds of elephants, wildebeest, impalas; and buffalos flourish in the woodland thickets during the rainy seasons. The proximity to the capital is also an advantage for most time constricted travelers.

  1. Masai Mara National Reserve

Masai Mara is one of Kenya’s most popular tourist destinations. The Mara is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Great Migration. Watch as tens of thousands of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles as they move from the Serengeti. The migration is seen in August; during the long dry season in East Africa. The Mara also shelter abundant and diverse wildlife that you appreciate against the golden sunsets over the savannah plains.

  1. Serengeti National Park

The vast Serengeti plains are found in Northern Tanzania. The park is one of the top safari destinations in Tanzania and East Africa, alongside the Mara. The Great Wildebeest migration towards the Mara is seen at the beginning of July. As you drive through the dust and rocky roads of the Serengeti, you will meet large pride of lions, cheetahs, and leopards in the thick grasslands as they stalk their prey. The camping experience in the Serengeti gives you a permanent attachment to nature and all its wonders.

  1. Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The magical landscape and wildlife in the conservation are simply amazing. Located in Northern Tanzania, Ngorongoro is a crater that stretches for miles. The region is home to the most massive pride of lions in Africa. Also, it is beaming with wildlife and flocks of birds and a small lake seats at the heart of the crater in the middle of a harsh dry savannah. The lake has flourishing life all around it. Large flocks of flamingos, wildebeest, hyenas, and lions are often seen on the lake shores.

  1. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

The park is located in the dense Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda. The enormous forest is home to the endangered mountain gorillas. With the encroachment of humans to the region, the park was created to protect the vanishing gorilla population. The park offers gorilla trekking into the forest, where tourists can have a unique and memorable experience walking around the rainforest and as you watch the wild gorillas and chimpanzees. Besides, the park is also renowned for its diversity in migrant bird species as throughout their seasonal migration.

For more information on safari destinations around East Africa, or if you need help with your travel planning, contact us for all your, travelling solutions.

East Africa is home to incredible landscapes, biodiversity; and cultural diversity. The warm and humid region is the best climate for tourists trying to catch a bit of sun during the winter.

However, for most safari lovers, the occasional downpour can be a challenge for many individuals as they visit East Africa. Our dedicated team will help you with all the relevant information for all your travelling guide solution; within the East African region.

East African Seasons

Tourists can visit the region at any time of the year. For most East African countries, the climate is perfect all year round. Making it the ideal destination for holiday lovers.

In addition, The warm equatorial climate makes outdoor activities, and game drives a lifetime experience. However, for most wildlife enthusiasts, rainfall affects the movement of animals within the region. Though each season has its perks and downfall, getting to know which time and season to go on safari is as crucial as finding the destination.

  1. The Rainy Seasons

March to May, October to November

Firstly, East Africa has two main rainy seasons. The first rainy season in the region or the long rains is between March and May; and the second or short rainy season is between October and November. During this time, the savannah and the woodlands get dense and thick as it rains most of the days. The rich-green vibrant landscape makes it harder to spot wildlife.

However, it offers a spectacular view of a never-ending green ocean of grass and bushland. Also, most of the popular destinations in the region, like the Tsavo, Serengeti and Masai Mara are less crowded if you like seclusion and privacy.

Finally, the prices are more affordable and pocket friendly, making it ideal for a cost-friendly safari.

  1. The Dry Seasons

July to October, December to February

On the other hand, July to October is the longest and driest months of the year in the region. The lack of enough precipitation dries up the savannah. Large herds of animals and flocks of birds move towards available watering holes; as the lakes and rivers start to dry up. It is the best time for game viewers to see the Great Migration, as the wildebeest and zebra move from the Serengeti, in Tanzania, towards the Mara in Kenya.

Furthermore, in July, Northern Serengeti is a popular destination for most tourists. As the wildebeest start making their way to the Mara. By August, the Masai Mara is parked with herds and makes the perfect game viewing time in Kenya.

December to February

Finally, the cold winter weather in most of the US and Europe corresponds with the warm and humid December to February season in East Africa. It makes it the perfect time for many tourists to escape the cold. And enjoy the warm-sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean coastline. You can enjoy the vast water biodiversity and enjoy different cuisines in the cultural-rich towns along the Kenyan and Tanzanian beach. Be amazed by the historical landmarks, cultural diversity; and heritage in some of the oldest cities in the region, dating back to the 12-century. The season also has a lower number of visitors; compared to the driest season, making it affordable for most travelers looking for a fun time.

Mombasa is one of the oldest towns in Kenya. Located on the Kenyan coast, south of Nairobi. The city is a top tourist destination. Mombasa  beam with life at every corner, and the remarkable sites only compliment the experience. The spoken languages in the region are English and Swahili.

To travel to the coastal towns, you can get a flight from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi, to Moi International Airport in Mombasa or Ukunda Airstrip in Diani.

Top Five Things to do In Mombasa and Diani.

  1. Visit the Old Town

Mombasa’s rich cultural heritage and history bring a spark to the second-largest city in Kenya. As you walk through the meandering streets, the Old Town has an artistic feel to it. The old elegant architectural designs give a new meaning to “time travel”. Once a harbor and trading town for European; Arab and Indian traders, the buildings’ architecture mirrors the combinations of these diverse cultures. The shops are decorated with antique souvenirs, and the smell of Swahili dishes fills the air as you walk past the paved streets.

  1. A day at the beach

Furthermore, both Mombasa and Diani are well renowned for their spectacular beaches. The palm-filled utopia along the Diani coastline has an uncanny allure for most tourists; with a rich-green water hue that compliments the white sand. An evening walks through on the beach becomes an unforgettable moment for most couples and honeymooners. The beach also has an active nightlife; for bonfire lovers, while enjoying exotic cuisines.

  1. Head over to Fort Jesus

One of Mombasa’s top attraction sites is Fort Jesus. Built by the Portuguese in 1592 to 1596, the fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that represents Portuguese military architecture. As time went by, the fort later became a prison for captured slaves that were sold to the Arabs during the Slave Trade.

Further, at an affordable fee, you can visit the ruins of the great architectural marvel that shaped the history of Mombasa.

  1. Fancy some diving, snorkeling and boat rides

If you are interested in scuba diving and snorkeling, then Mombasa and Diani is the place to be. Enjoy your diving excursion as you watch turtles, stingrays, seahorses; and the beautiful coral reefs. Scuba diving will give you a chance to interact with marine life and the thrilling experience you have been dying for. If getting wet is a problem; go on a boat excursion with a glass-bottom and appreciate all marine creatures along the coastline.

  1. Visit the Chale Islands

Diani is famous for its popular Chale Islands. Located about 12 km from Diani Beach, the region is considered a ‘lost paradise’. Chale offers the serene seclusion and isolation that you would be craving. The island has a lush palm forest; white sandy beach, and is encroached by a magnificent coral reef. Making it the perfect getaway for a romantic adventure.

Appreciate the wonders of the Kenyan coast by visiting Mombasa and Diani. To check out the best travelling packages to the area, or have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us, and get a customized travelling guide and package.

Get to see the biggest spectacle on the planet, the annual wildebeest migration between Kenya’s Masai Mara and Tanzania’s Serengeti National Parks

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Things to do in Kenya

Game Viewing

Camping

Fly in a Safari

Safari Walk

Beach Activities

Balloning

Kite-Surfing

Photography

Snorkeling

Cultural-Trips

Bird-Watching

Hiking

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