There’s probably not a person alive who does not love to see wild animals in their natural habitat. Participating in a Kenya Safari allows you the opportunity of a lifetime to experience wildlife in one of the last remaining natural regions in the world. Not only does a Kenya Safari provide you with the opportunity to view some of the world’s most exotic and beautiful animals grazing and playing about, but the landscape is also absolutely breathtaking. There are many different levels of a Kenya Safari allowing you a close experience viewing animals in their natural environment so you won’t have to catch a glimpse of elephants through high-powered binoculars.
What You Can Expect To See
How would you like to see Africa’s “King of the Beasts,” the lion, in all its natural majestic glory? You also can have an opportunity to see thunderous herds of wildebeests running as well as rhinos playfully splashing in a local river under a hot African sun. The tour is not only thrilling and exhilarating but quite educational as well. You might even want to get a bird’s eye view of all the natural wildlife participating in a hot air balloon ride over the plains of the Masai Mara Wildlife Preserve. Although this is an added expense to most Kenya safari choices, it is however quite a popular one.
Where You Sleep
Kenya boasts some of the best modern facilities throughout the continent of Africa offering world-class accommodations making your visit to the continent and your Safari Holidays enjoyable in first-class comfort. You can use such accommodations as your base for outings to the country’s national parks such as the Masai Mara, Tsavo, Amboseli, Samburu, Shaba and Buffalo Springs National parks.
Great Family Fun
Experience great family fun taking a holiday in Kenya Safari that offers some of the best African Safari experiences found anywhere on the continent. You can combine your wildlife sightseeing tours with a relaxing seaside break at one of the luxurious resorts on the Indian Ocean at either Mombasa or Lamu. You’ll be able to take the family to see most of a popular wildlife park in Kenya like Masai Mara since it is much smaller than the neighboring Tanzania parks and has a greater concentration of animal populations.
The best time to bring the kids to see the annual migration of millions of wildebeests and zebras is between July and November. You can spend less time driving to destinations by picking Kenya Safari itineraries that accommodate visiting just a few parks. Always ask prospective travel companies about itinerary features including children-friendly activities like visiting wildlife orphanages, meeting local tribes learning about culture as well as activities strictly geared for adults.
In order to capitalize on not only your budget, but also your time while on a Kenya Safari tour, get yourself organized by doing a little bit of online research about what you want to do and where you want to go before selecting a qualified travel company.