Top Kenya safari holiday tour.
From seeing the amazing yearly wildebeest migration to scaling Mount Kenya to beach safaris along Kenya’s breathtaking Swahili coast, safaris in Kenya promise to be exhilarating safari experiences. Along with this, visitors have the rare chance to engage with and discover more about the Maasai tribe, who live all over Kenya. A safari in Kenya promises adventures every day. In order to emphasize this, we have put together a list of our top safari trips to Kenya, which will let you experience its breathtaking natural settings and activities, such as the annual wildebeest migration.
Kenya Wildlife Explorer Safari.
Explore Kenya’s well-known national parks and game reserves to see amazing wildlife, and don’t miss the chance to see Africa’s big five: buffalo, elephant, rhino, lion, and leopard. Explore the area with boat cruises, birding excursions, and nature walks in addition to game drives.
The Great Migration Safari.
Witness one of the most spectacular displays of survival of the fittest in history as Kenya hosts the yearly wildebeest migration. Millions of wildebeest, zebras, and other antelopes will be crossing the crocodile-infested rivers during this migration safari, and they will be closely tracked at every turn by land predators.
Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha Safari Adventure.
This wildlife safari is designed for birdwatchers who want to see two of Kenya’s top birding spots, Lake Naivasha and Lake Nakuru, along with the Maasai Mara, where you can see a variety of animals, including huge mammals like giraffes and elephants.
Thousands of pink flamingos cover the gorgeous pink lake, Lake Nakuru.
Lake Nakuru National Park is home to four of the Big Five and has a diverse range of animals (no elephants).
One of the distinctive freshwater lakes of the Great Rift Valley is Lake Naivasha, where boat safaris are offered to view hippos in their natural habitat.
Only reachable by boat, Crescent Island is a stunning location for seeing wildlife and birds.
Maasai Mara Game Reserve offers fantastic opportunities for seeing wildlife, with predators and herbivores showcasing their magnificent natural habitats.
Amboseli National Park Safari.
Amboseli National Park, one of Kenya’s largest national parks, attracts visitors with its renowned elephant herds and incredible vistas of its Mount Kilimanjaro backdrop. Possibility of seeing some of the more than 400 distinct bird species and 80 distinct animal species. Studying Maasai history and culture with your competent and experienced guide.
Beautiful landscape with Tanzania’s snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro serving as a stunning background
Mount Kenya Climbing Adventure.
This safari is intended for travelers who wish to ascend Mount Kenya, the country’s extinct volcanic mountain, using the well-traveled Sirimon Route in the northwest. Beginning at a height of 2650 metres, climbers must travel a distance of 25–26 kilometres. By this path, travelers can get at the summit in about four days. Chogoria path, the second most popular ascent path to Mount Kenya, is traversed on the way back down.
Overnight stays at the well-known Old Moses Camp and Shipton Camp.
Gorgeous sweeping vistas upon ascending to Mackinders Valley.
A day in Shipton Camp to get used to the altitude.
Tsavo East ‘Theatre of the Wild’ Safari.
Explore Tsavo East National Park’s “Theatre of the Wild” for two days. The park provides plenty of chances to see the big five, including dust-red elephants splashing around in the Galana River, as well as other animals and a wide variety of birds. Swimmers can have a refreshing plunge in the pool with a view of the national park.
Access to the park’s abundant wildlife and birdlife’s waterholes.
Game drives into the heart of Tsavo East National Park.
A trip to the Aruba Dam, a great sport fishing recreational area located in the park.
Take a plunge in the pool at the luxury Ashnil Aruba Lodge and take in the views of the surrounding landscape.
Beautiful scenery and a variety of species, including the endangered black rhino, may be found in Nairobi National Park.
The Elephant Orphanage run by Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a very effective programme that rescues and rehabilitates orphan elephants.
Established by the African Fund of Endangered Wildlife, Nairobi Giraffe Centre
Delectable regional fare at Nairobi’s Carnivore Restaurant
Diani Beach Gateway.
One of Kenya’s finest beaches, Diani beach, located 30 kilometres south of Mombasa, entices visitors with offers of a calming and pleasant holiday spent lying on the sandy beaches sipping cocktails and enjoying a range of activities, including dolphin watching and snorkeling.
Mombasa city, home to well-known landmarks like Pembe Za Ndovu, historic structures in the Old Town, and spice markets.
Local culture on Wasini Island.
Unwinding on Diani Beach and then having dinner outside under the stars.
Dolphins can be seen while sailing through the waterways on your dhow tour to Shimoni.
Observing the stunning aquatic life while snorkeling at the aquatic Park
Kenya Cultural Safari.
Discover the rich history of Kenya during this fascinating cultural safari that allows guests to interact with the indigenous communities. Learn about their tenacity by observing them at work and through their motivational tales. While learning how to throw a spear from the tribal warriors, visitors can also become honorary members of the tribe.
Kenya Great Rift Valley Lakes Safari.
Kenya’s Seven Great Rift Valley Lakes: Lake Magadi, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha, Lake Elmenteita, Lake Bogoria, Lake Turkana, and Lake Baringo are all visited on this exhilarating 14-day voyage. Additionally, guests will have the opportunity to explore the nearby national parks and wildlife reserves.
On the route to Lake Magadi, you can stop at the well-known Ngungun Mountain and the Olorgesailie archaeological site for a picnic at the Soda Ash hot springs.
Lake Magadi’s diverse birdlife includes flamingos and pelicans.
Birds and wildlife at Crescent Island and Lake Naivasha.
Lake Elmenteita for a hike to the Sleeping Warrior Hill.
The gorgeous pink lake, Lake Nakuru National Park, is home to flamingos.
Lake Baringo wildlife such as crocodiles and hippos.
Lake Turkana is the largest desert lake in the world.