Safari in Kenya
What can one expect from safari in Kenya?
Why Safari in Kenya, & what are the major attractions?
When is the best time to visit Kenya?
November to February
Maasai, Samburu, Turkana and others.
Tsavo National Parks
Meru National Park
Aberdare National Park
Nairobi National Park
Inema Art Centre Kigali
Amboseli National Park
Masai Mara National Reserve
Lake Nakuru national park
Marsabit National Park
How much is Safari to Kenya?
Accommodation is reasonably what will determine the cost for travellers, it can also depend on how you wish to travel between the various park either by air transfers, usually via Nairobi, can be expensive, but dramatically reduce the amount of time you’ll spend on the road, thereby maximizing the amount of time you’ll get to spend in the parks. Remember in all our Kenya safari packages we include transport, accommodation, all meals and activities including game drives.
What type of accommodation can I expect on a safari?
Most lodge rooms and safari tents of this kind have comfortable beds, sometimes a desk and usually a private bathroom; some even have an outdoor shower with no roof but walls that protect your modesty. Particularly in tented camps, you’ll most likely need to recharge your devices not in your room but at a power station in the main receptions.
Lodges are the mainstays of the Kenya safari scene and the quality varies considerably, many lodges within the reserves and national parks have excellent locations. In tented camps, including mobile camps, you’ll sleep in large, walk-in tents. Canvas tents mean that you can hear the sounds of the African night. Hopefully, you won’t hear the sounds of your neighbouring guests if the tents are nicely spaced.