Top Destinations Kenya

Kenya is one of the iconic safari destinations in Africa. It is home to some of the most sought after wildlife reserves, including the Masai Mara, which together with the Serengeti, hosts the Great Migration from July to October.

Overview: Top Destinations Kenya

Kenya is East Africa's premier safari destination and fondly regarded as the 'Jewel of Africa'. We can't deny that Kenya has it all, including incredible wildlife, beautiful mountains, deserts, salt lakes, cities, traditional culture, and modern arts. With one-tenth of all land in Kenya designated as national parks and reserves, Kenya truly is a place for devoted safari guests. The Masai Mara , possibly Kenya's most well known, has some of the biggest predator populations in Africa, so if a Big Cat safari is what you are after, this is the place to be. Over 50 parks and reserves cover habitats from mountain forest to desert, and there are six marine parks in the Indian Ocean. Although the Masai Mara is Kenya's most famous attraction, Kenya boasts many other national parks, outstanding wildlife, villages, and beaches.

maasai mara game reserve
Maasai Mara Game Reserve

The Masai Mara is one of Africa’s most famous parks. The wildlife viewing is superb throughout the year. The grassy plains and regular rainfall supports a huge population of herbivores, in turn attracting many predators.

amboseli national park
Amboseli National Park

It’s known for its large elephant herds and views of immense Mount Kilimanjaro. Like an oasis in the dry savannah, with emerald-green swamps beneath towering Kilimanjaro, this is the best place in Africa to see elephants in dense concentrations.

lake nakuru national park
Lake Nakuru National Park

Inhabited by over 50 mammal species including hippo, black and white rhino, Rothschild giraffe, buffalo and eland. Known as a bird watcher’s paradise, the park is home to over 450 bird species including the Lesser Flamingo.

aberdare national park
Aberdare National Park

Aberdare National Park protects the mountain range of the same name. Tree hotels are designed for guests to observe wildlife coming to waterholes (or salt licks) in pristine forest habitat.

meru national park
Meru National Park

Unspoilt feel, extremely scenic with tall doum palms growing along the park’s many watercourses. Rich history - The story of Elsa the lioness that gave rise to casting "Born Free" - the internationally acclaimed movie.

nairobi national park
Nairobi National Park

This exceptional adventure allows you to explore the unique ecosystems of the Nairobi National Park, the only protected area in the world situated just outside the business district of a capital city.

samburu national reserve
Samburu National Reserve

Samburu is the most popular reserve in northern Kenya. Wildlife viewing is good, and most big safari animals are easily spotted. The arid environment is home to a variety of north Kenya specials – both birds and mammals. Wild, rugged and enticing.

tsavo east national park
Tsavo East National Park

Spanning 13,747 square kilometres of pristine wilderness, it is also one of the most extensive protected areas in Kenya and has more biodiversity than any other park globally, as it marks the meeting point between northern and southern wildlife.

tsavo west national park
Tsavo West National Park

Swamps, natural springs, rocky peaks, extinct volcanic craters, rolling plains and sharp outcrops blanketed by greenery. The park is one of the best places to see the skittish lesser kudu. The rocky terrain is also a good habitat to look for klipspringers


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