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Kenya Safaris Tour Holidays | Ultimate Kenya Wildlife Adventure Vacations

Experience Kenya safaris tour vacations and holidays, in a destination where safari travel originated from. The ultimate Kenya safaris and trips involve the Big Five viewing, incredible natural beauty of the country, and cultural tours. Acacia safaris also combine Kenya’s major attractions with Tanzania attractions, the tropical beaches of the Mombasa Cost, and Zanzibar sandy beaches. The Kenya safaris travel bucket list includes the great wildebeest migration in the outstanding Maasai Mara national park, Samburu, Amboseli national park, and the magnificent memorable views of the Mountain Kilimanjaro. Encounter different fascinating Kenya cultures like the Maasai people in their villages, and taste the flavors of the true Africa, India, and Europe in the melting pot that is the great Swahili culture.

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3 Days Kenya Wildlife Tour

A 3 Days Samburu National Reserve Kenya Wildlife & Cultural Tour is a short trip to have a wildlife safari experience and also experience.

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4 Days Maasai Mara Kenya Safari

On the 4 Days Maasai Mara Kenya Wildlife Safari, you will visit Maasai Mara Game reserve which is an area of preserved savannah wilderness.

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Kidepo National Park Safari

5 Days Kenya Safari

On this Kenya safari, you will visit Lake Naivasha National Park which is famous for its millions of flamingos, other birds, and other wildlife animals.

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6 Days Kenya Safaris Tour Holiday

You will visit Samburu Game reserve well known for numerous permanent springs and a wealth of wildlife on your 6 Days Kenya Safaris Tour Holiday.

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10 Days Magical Kenya Safari

This 10 days magical Kenya safari is an ideal opportunity to have a breathtaking Kenya safari in wildlife-filled national parks.

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Where to Safari in Kenya?

The Maasai Mara national reserve is the best national park for a safari in Kenya. For the great exclusive wildebeest migration, where you adventure a series of wildebeests mixed with Zebras crossing the Mara River. Other places to safari in Kenya include the Amboseli national park and the great Tsavo (East and West) national parks which is the recently opened-up Laikipia Plateau region with captivating wildlife and a series of bird species.

After having a great wildlife adventure on a Kenya safaris tour, what would be better on a Kenya safari than spending a few days at the white sandy beaches of the Mombasa coast – Kenya? This tropical coast of Kenya – Mombasa, offers all from buzzing safari resorts to exclusive islands for those on honeymoon adventures. Making the country – Kenya ideal for safaris and beach holiday vacations.

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Masai Mara National Reserve

Visit Kenya’s crown jewel conservation area – Maasai Mara. It’s not the largest national reserve in Kenya but it forms part of the Masai Mara-Serengeti ecosystem that is home to the famous great wildebeest migration. Masai Mara National Reserve offers the most captivating game viewing and the widest range of African safari experiences.

It’s where to go in Kenya for hot air balloon flight adventures, action-packed game drives, cultural interactions-  the Maasai, and guided nature walks in private conservancies – no wonder it’s one of the world’s greatest travel destinations.

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Where to Safari in Kenya?

  1. Masai Mara National Reserve: Great Wildebeest Migration.
  2. Lamu Archipelago: Classic Barefoot Luxury Beach Experience.
  3. Nairobi: East Africa’s Logistics Hub.
  4. Mombasa & Kenya Beaches
  5. Amboseli National Park
  6. Laikipia Plateau: Private Reserves
  7. Mountain Kenya & Central Highlands
  8. Lake Nakuru National Park
  9. Samburu National Park: Untamed Wilderness.

Best Time to Safari to Kenya

Being a year-round safaris tour destination for wildlife, birding safaris, and beach vacation holidays, there are many reasons why Kenya stands out as the most visited destination in Africa. The diverse geography that is in the country, means variable climatic changes all around the year. Most Kenya safaris tour destinations are visited during the period between January and the beginning of April. The climate is mild, mostly dry and game viewing is at its peak.

This period is considered to be the best time to safari in Kenya. A rainy season Kenya visit is between March to the beginning of July, and again from October to December. According to us, it’s considerable to avoid planning the visit on Peak-seasons, in case you don’t want crowds, and also when your budget is low.

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About Kenya Safaris and Life

History & Economy

Independence from Britain in 1963 may have been the beginning of a new chapter for Kenya but this East African country has a human history that stretches back to prehistoric times.

Lying at the heart of a region from which modern humans emerged some 150 000 years ago, Kenya’s history has been shaped not only by indigenous and migrating African ethnic groups but by European and Arabian traders, missionaries and colonizers as well. Jomo Kenyatta was the first leader of independent, post-colonial Kenya and his conciliatory rallying cry Harambee – all pull together – became the national motto.

Today, Kenya boasts the largest and most advanced economy in East Africa. Agriculture accounts for 75% of the workforce but it is the service industry, dominated by tourism, which contributes nearly two-thirds of Kenya’s GDP.

People & Culture

Kenya’s predominantly young population (nearly 75% of Kenyans are under 30) is made up of many ethnic groups that include the famous Maasai. English and Swahili are the official languages (any attempts to speak Swahili will be warmly received by locals!) and the vast majority of Kenyans consider themselves Christian. About 10% of the population are Muslim, the majority living on Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast.

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Landscape & Kenya Wildlife Safaris

Straddling the equator, Kenya is dominated by the Rift Valley, a raised region of lakes, hills, and mountains that is the result of a 6 000km crack in the earth’s crust. Dividing the flat coastal plains from the fertile shores of Lake Victoria, the rolling temperate grasslands of the central Rift Valley is home to huge numbers of animals and consequently Kenya’s most famous parks and reserves.

Northern Kenya’s hot and arid scrublands are home to wilder, more remote parks and a different set of animals, while the Indian Ocean coast is a place of long sandy beaches, coral reefs, and tropical islands.

Most famous for the wildebeest migration that moves through the Masai Mara and Serengeti ecosystem, Kenya’s ban on hunting, plus private and local community conservation initiatives have helped to safeguard one of Africa’s most important populations of large animals.

There are healthy numbers of the Big 5, abundant predators and plains game, and a long list of bird species. No wonder then that several Kenyan parks deliver the easiest game viewing in Africa!