Kenya safari trips
Venture into the heart of Africa, where wilderness safaris originated. Kenya boasts
culture, adventure and wildlife experiences that are unique in comparison to any other African or global destination.
Venture into the heart of Africa, where wilderness safaris originated. This unique destination boasts culture, adventure and wildlife experiences that are unique in comparison to any other African or global destination. Float over the savannah plains in a hot air balloon or witness the Great Migration in its earth shuddering trek through the Maasai Mara, skydive at Diani beach or track Wild Dogs through the Laikipia Wilderness – the list of wild and adventurous experiences in this East African wildlife mecca is long and glorious.
Witness millions of wildebeest storm through the Maasai Mara on the Great Migration. One of the most awe inspiring wildlife events in the world, the Great Migration offers opportunity to watch wildebeest overcome distance, predators and exhaustion in search of greener pastures.
You’ll find Mount Kenya at [ 0.1521° S, 37.3084° E ], just south of the Lewa and Borana Wildlife Conservancies. Lock it into your GPS now and commit to the challenge. With a few routes to the summit this mountain has something to offer everyone from novice to expert mountaineer.
There are however, few adventure options in Kenya, or the world, that offer the experience, thrill, remoteness and adventure of walking with wild dogs. Whether on a single day of tracking on foot, or spending a week walking through the Laikipia wilderness, memorable encounters are certain.
Explore the incredible landscapes of the Maasai Mara with a guide from the Maasai tribe and gain an authentic perspective of the pristine wilderness. The Maasai Mara hasn’t become a world renowned wildlife attraction by accident.
What type of wildlife will we see?
Kenya boasts volumes of giraffe, zebra and wildebeest grazing in the expansive plains and hippo are commonly seen wallowing in the waters. Expect to encounter a hyena mischievously sniffing about a lion’s kill. Look out for the endemic and eccentric gerenuk as well as the rare fringe-eared oryx. There have been over 1100 bird species recorded in Kenya, including the ground hornbill, white-bellied go-away-bird and hartlaub’s bustard.
Best time to visit
Best time to go and why?
Kenya is best experienced during the dry months between June and October. During this time, vegetation is less and animals gather around water sources, making wildlife easier to spot.
When is high season?
Between June and November as well as January and February, you are likely to experience some phenomenal wildlife encounters. January and February promise picturesque green landscapes, while June to November provides clear skies and fewer mosquitoes.
When is low season?
From March to May Kenya is an eden of greenery. Although fewer camps and lodges are open, parks are less crowded and your safari will feel more exclusive.
When is the best weather?
Kenya experiences the best weather between June and October when there is very little rainfall. The parks are cool and dry, providing you with great game viewing opportunities.