Kenya Camping Safari (Budget & Luxury) Adventures
A Camping Safari to Kenya is a wonderful choice for adventure. Kenya is located within the wildlife-rich East Africa, bordered by Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan, Ethiopia, and Somalia. Kenya has been remarkably one of the growing tourist destinations in East Africa, with the country having a wide variety of wildlife to offer.
The mesmerizing beauty of the country, rich in flora and fauna, the beautiful landscapes spiced with the savanna, Lakelands, the mountain highlands, the Great Rift Valley, manifest the plethora of wild animals such as the lions, buffaloes, hippos, elephants, and rhinos to mention but a few, that are found in the country.
Where to go while on a Camping Safari in Kenya?
A camp safari at Amboseli National Park
Amboseli National Park is home to a variety of wildlife and is remarkably known to habituate hundreds of elephants. For travelers interested in wildlife sightings, a visit here will offer you a great chance to spot wild animals such as rhinos, hippos, lions, buffalo, and many more.
Amboseli National Park ecosystem is mainly compassed of savanna and a few swampy areas to which you can have a great chance to view from an observation hill. Here travelers also take a clear view of the amazing Mountain Kilimanjaro the highest mountain in Africa.
The Masai Mara National Reserve
A camping safari to the Masai Mara National Park is worthy and rewarding while in Kenya. Masai Mara National Park was established in 1961, situated in the enormous game park in Narok County, Kenya, that is adjacent to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The Game Reserve was named after the Masai folk, the original occupants of the region. The look of the park from the distance, with circles of trees, thickets, savanna, and the cloud shadows that seem to dot the park also contributed to the name of the park.
Masai Mara National Reserve is famously known as one of the greatest and most popular wildlife habitats in Africa. The Reserve is an incredible place to site wildlife, with the park habituating all the cats that is to say the lion, leopard, and the cheetah, the reserve also hosts one of Africa’s natural wonders that is the Great Migration, where over 1.5 million wildebeest, thousands of zebra and hundreds of thousands of gazelles enter the Reserve from the south, that migrate from Tanzania’s Serengeti. A visit here is a wonderful choice that will offer you the great feel of the African wilderness.
A camping safari to Lake Nakuru. Lake Nakuru is one of the country’s natural pleasures and in recent years one of the ranking tourist destinations in the country. Lake Nakuru is remarkably known for habituating the pink flamingos and thus a perfect destination for birding activities.
A camping safari to Lake Nakuru offers a great chance for travelers to watch the large numbers of flamingos that gather together to feed on the lake’s large algae. The pink flamingos in Lake Nakuru are one of the rare scenic beauty, where the flamingos move spectacularly back and forth as they feed, and occasionally take a flight, which creates a rosy drama that African legends are made of.
A visit to Lake Naivasha – in Kenya, the Lake Naivasha region is an outstanding agriculture region in the country. The region is surrounded by plenty of sources of water supply, and has fertile soils this secures it as one of the important regions in the country. Lake Naivasha is predominantly one of the leading birding destinations in the world, however, other wildlife exists here that includes animals such as the buffalo, giraffe, Colobus monkeys, hippos, zebras and much more can be spotted here.