Kenya Wildlife Safaris
The major attractions to encounter on Kenya wildlife safaris tours include the pristine parks, game reserves, historic Swahili settlements, beaches, wildlife, birds, and many more. Some of the iconic historic sites to visit on Kenya safari include Baden Powell historical gardens, Fort Jesus, Gede ruins, and many more.
The beaches to visit here include Nyali beach, Vipingo beach, Lamu beaches, Diani Beach, Tiwi, Watamu beach, Gazi beach, Bamburi beach, Kikambala beach, and Shanzu beach. These beaches are ideal for visitors who are in need of a beach holiday while on a Kenya safari.
The different wildlife species that rate Kenya among the best safari destinations and a popular home of the wild include wildebeests, African elephants, lions, leopards, buffaloes, rhinos, hippos, crocodiles, hartebeests, hyenas, cheetahs, Orbis, duikers, zebras, waterbucks, dik-dik, topis, jackals, bat-eared fox, Masai giraffes and many more.
Kenya also hosts a significant number of bird species that can be sighted on Kenya safari. An estimate of over 1000 bird species have been recorded in Kenya and they include Aberdare cisticola, grey crested helmet shrike, montane white eye, Jackson’s francolins, Jackson’s hornbills, Clark’s weavers, Sokoke Pipit, Taita thrush, Sokoke scops owl, bar-tailed trogon, blue-headed bee-eaters, golden-winged sunbird, Kori bustards, red naped bush shrike, ostriches, great blue turacos, Somali sparrow, turner’s eremomela, yellow-bellied wattle eye, secretary birds, Hammerkop and many others.
Most Popular Kenya Wildlife Safaris Tour Packages
Kenya Safari Destinations – Where to go for a Kenya Wildlife Safari
Lying majestically along the Great Rift Valley, Lake Nakuru National Park is remarkably one of Kenya’s most pristine national parks visitors on Kenya safari should consider on their bucket list travel destinations. The park takes its name from Lake Nakuru which sits at altitude 1754m. View Details Here
Mount Longonot National Park is set Southeast of Lake Naivasha along the rift valley in Kenya. The park takes its name from the magnificent Mount Longonot and it is 90kms drive away from Nairobi which is the capital city of Kenya. It is an outstanding site to consider a must visit when. View Details Here