Kenya Safari Packages

Kenya Safari Packages

Kenya Safari is a holiday destination Safari that offers incredible natural beauty, soul-stirring cultural encounters, sensational game viewing and, of course, the thrills and spills of the Wildebeest Migration. No wonder it’s the birthplace of safari travel! From the stampeding herds of the Mara to the cultures of the Maasai, Rendille and Samburu, and the Pink Flamingos of the Rift Valley Lakes against the backdrop of the majestic Mount Kenya. It’s easy to see why so many visitors flock to Kenya from around the world to experience a truly unique African adventure in one of the world’s most pristine safari destinations. Start your Kenyan family safari in Nairobi; the vibrant, exciting place and Africa’s fourth largest city. You and your family/friends will explore Nairobi’s cafe culture, unbridled nightlife, National Museum, the Karen Blixen Museum. Enjoy the beaches of Mombasa; characterised by long stretches of white side, palm trees swaying in the breeze. A Kenya safari holiday offers the intrepid traveller the best that Africa has to offer. From the legendary Masai Mara and intriguing cultures, to its pristine coastlines with tropical beaches. Curate your holiday experience and let us do the rest for you. It couldn’t be more easy.Mombasa is steeped in history. Kenya’s largest port and second most populous city, it was first mentioned by name by the 12th century Arab geographer Al Idrisi, who described it as a prosperous trade emporium selling spices, gold and ivory to ships from Arabia and Asia. Today, the bustling island-bound city centre is overlooked by the imposing Portuguese-built Fort Jesus, and its languid older quarters possess an organic layout and historical feel rare in more modern cities.

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Going on a safari in Kenya is a dream for many wildlife enthusiasts. Here are some of the most popular questions people have about Kenyan safaris:

The best time for a safari in Kenya is during the dry seasons, from late June to October and from January to February. The dry season coincides with the Great Migration in the Masai Mara, which typically occurs between July and October.

The Masai Mara National Reserve is the most famous, known for the Great Migration and abundant wildlife. Amboseli National Park offers stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro and large elephant herds. Tsavo National Park (East and West) is one of the largest game reserves in the world. Lake Nakuru National Park is known for its flamingos and rhino sanctuary.

Kenya is home to the "Big Five" (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhino). Other common sightings include giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, hippos, crocodiles, wildebeest, and a variety of bird species.

Safaris in Kenya are generally safe, especially when booked through reputable tour operators. Visitors should follow the guidance of their safari guides and take standard travel precautions.

Accommodations range from luxury lodges and tented camps to more budget-friendly options like basic campsites and mid-range lodges. Many lodges offer all-inclusive packages with meals, game drives, and other activities.

Essentials include neutral-colored clothing, comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, a good camera with extra batteries, binoculars, and any necessary medications. Layers are recommended due to temperature variations.

It's advised to have vaccinations for yellow fever, typhoid, hepatitis A and B, and tetanus. Anti-malarial medication is also recommended. Always check with a healthcare provider for the most current health advice before traveling.

Costs vary widely depending on the level of luxury, length of stay, and specific parks visited. Budget safaris can start around $150-250 per day, mid-range safaris around $250-500 per day, and luxury safaris can exceed $1000 per day.

Yes, many travelers combine safaris with other activities such as beach vacations in Mombasa or Zanzibar, mountain climbing (e.g., Mount Kenya), cultural visits to Maasai villages, or hot air balloon rides over the Masai Mara.

Listen to your guides, be patient and observant, respect wildlife by keeping a safe distance, and take your time to enjoy the experience rather than rushing to see everything at once. Early morning and late afternoon are the best times for game viewing.


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