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Best Kenya Safaris Packages with Kabira Safaris for Bespoke Safaris in Kenya. The 20 Best Kenya Safari Tours You Can’t Miss at an affordable Kenya Safari Cost. The Safaris in Kenya will not disappoint, from seeing the wildebeest mega-herds in the Masai Mara and Amboseli’s legendary elephant herds against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro to cultural encounters in Samburu. Kenya is a safari destination that offers breathtaking natural beauty, soul-stirring cultural encounters, thrilling game viewing, and, of course, the thrills and spills of the Wildebeest Migration. It’s no surprise that it’s the birthplace of safari travel!. Safaris in Kenya will not disappoint, from seeing the wildebeest mega-herds in the Masai Mara and Amboseli’s legendary elephant herds against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro to cultural encounters in Samburu. Furthermore, you can easily combine our Kenya safaris and tours with gorilla-trekking adventures in Uganda or Rwanda, or even a tropical beach vacation overlooking the warm Indian Ocean’s turquoise waters and fluttering palm trees.

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What are the Best Safaris in Kenya?

With so many customized Kenya Safari Tours to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which trip is best for you. Our affordable Safaris in Kenya allow you to see a variety of Kenyan wildlife in their national parks and reserves. Discover Kenya’s wildlife, cultures, and landscapes with expert local tour guides for a personalized true Africa safari experience.

Maasai Mara National Reserve

3 Days Masai Mara safari itinerary/3 days 2 nights Masai mara safari is a guided safari from Nairobi on a budget or luxury package for 3 days and 2 nights. Having a 3 day Masai Mara Tour from Nairobi offers an awesome experience.

The Maasai Mara Ecosystem

4 Days Masai Mara safari itinerary is a guided safari from Nairobi on a budget or luxury package for 4 days and 3 nights. Booking a 4 day Masai Mara Safari from Nairobi offers an awesome experience in one of Kenya’s wildlife.

Hells Gate National Park Kenya Safari

Explore Magical Kenya for 12 Days on Safari (12 Days Kenya Safari) and experience the liveliness of African jungles. These 12 days Kenya safari includes visits to Masai Mara National Reserve, Lake Naivasha, Olpejeta, Mount Kenya

Migration Wildebeest in Tanzania - Kenya

This 5 Days Masai Mara Safari and Lake Nakuru Tour is not your average African holiday. 5 Days Masai Mara Safari from Nairobi best for Wildebeest Migration.

Elephants in Amboseli National Park

The Remarkable 3 Days Amboseli Safari from Nairobi. 3 Days Amboseli Lodge Safari. Amboseli is the plains below Mount Kilimanjaro. Waters from melted snow drain down.

List of National Parks in Kenya and Game Reserves

7 Days Kenya Safari takes to Aberdare, Samburu, Lake Nakuru, Masai Mara. The 7 Days Kenya Magical Safari prepares for a magical experience

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The 5 Best Kenya Safari Parks – You Can’t Miss

  • The Masai Mara National Reserve is the most renowned safari park in Kenya. Famous for its great herds of plains’ game – including its exceptional population of Masai lions, African leopards, and Tanzanian cheetahs – it’s also the best place to see the Great Migration: the annual movement of zebra, gazelle, and wildebeest to and from the Serengeti in Tanzania. It contains many elephants and virtually every other type of wildlife found in Kenya. This park is also known for having the most approachable animals.

When to go:
Best Time to Go: June to October and September to October
High Season: June to October and December to March

How to get there:
Local airlines offer a 40-minute flight from Nairobi, or your tour operator Kabira Safaris & Tours can organize a five-hour drive from the capital.

  • Lake Nakuru National Park: Flamingoes. More than a million pink flamingoes flock on the shores of Lake Nakuru, along with white rhinos, warthogs, giraffes, zebra, hippos, ostriches, and lions. Quintessentially African, Lake Nakuru National Park is only 170 kilometers northwest of Nairobi.

When to Go:
Best Time to Go: June to March is best for wildlife viewing (Little rain)
High Season: July to March (The park gets very busy)

How to get there: The park is a three-hour drive from Nairobi

  • Amboseli National Park: The majestic Mount Kilimanjaro is a Kenyan safari must-see. She comes out from the mist in the early morning, while some of the largest tuskers you’ll ever see graze at her feet, and will spoil you with huge herds drinking water from surface springs. The park is home to as many as 370 species of birds and you can expect to see zebras, wildebeest, spotted hyenas, lions, cheetahs, giraffes, buffalo, warthogs, impalas, jackals, and leopards.

When to go:
Best Time to Go: June to September and January to February
High Season: December to March and July to October (Busy)

How to get there: It’s a four-hour drive or a short flight from Nairobi

  • The Tsavo National Parks Together, Tsavo’s two national parks create the largest protected wildlife sanctuary in Kenya. More remote than Kenya’s other safari parks, the massive area offers vast landscapes to explore. The sight of elephants spraying the blue waters of the Galana River on themselves is one you’ll cherish for life. You can also spot the giraffe, cheetah, lion, serval cat, leopard, oryx, gazelle, buffalo, antelope, striped hyena, impala, and approximately 500 species of birds. Tsavo East is also home to two iconic trees, the baobab, and the doum palm.

When to go:
Best Time to Go: June to September and January to February
High Season: December to March and July to October (Not busy)

How to get there: Both parks are approximately 10 hours drive from Nairobi and are also accessible by charter flight.

  • Samburu Game Reserve The literal meaning of the word ‘safari’ is ‘journey’, and Samburu is the perfect place to start an adventure. With game drives offering hundreds of elephants, lions, buffalos, and leopards, you will see Samburu’s own ‘Special Five’: the Beisa Oryx, Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich, gerenuk, and reticulated giraffe. You can also opt for a camel safari – an iconic African adventure you’ll never forget.

When to go:
Best Time to Go: June to September and January to February
High Season: December to March and July to October (Busy)

How to get there: Daily flights from Nairobi or a full-day drive.

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How much does the Kenya safari cost?

Kenya safari costs anywhere between $200 and $2,000 per person per night. A budget Africa safari averages $160 per night, mid-range $350, and luxury $750. The extreme African top safaris can easily go up to $1,500 per night or more!

What time of year is best for a safari in Kenya?

The best time to visit Kenya or for a safari in Kenya is from the months of July to September. This is the long dry season in Kenya which also coincides with the wildebeest migration.

The best time to see the wildebeest in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve is during August and October.

December to February is also a good time to visit Kenya, this is the short dry season with a lot of possibility of seeing newborn animals as well as migratory bird species.

However, Safaris in Kenya are good all year round with the rainy season also open for tourists. During the rainy season, tourists are fewer than in the dry season which offers the chance to explore the country with fewer interruptions from many safari vehicles.

The peak rainy season is during the long rain season in the months of March, April, and May. Worry not and enjoy your safari in Kenya all year throughout or during the best time as you wish.

What is a Kenya Safari?

Safaris in Kenya can take place on foot, on horseback, by bicycle, by boat, on a quad bike, or in a customized open safari vehicle. Keen nature photographers can set off with specialized guides who combine knowledge of wildlife and photography.

Is it safe to go on a safari in Kenya?

In general, all tourists are safe to visit Kenya. The tourism industry in Kenya is well-established, and tourism safety is a top priority. Kenya Safari Tour operators are always up to date on the latest information and will not take tourists to any location that is not deemed safe. Every year, over a million tourists visit Kenya and have had very safe tours. Kenya, like any other country, has its share of safety concerns, particularly in major cities, but these are minor offenses. These petty crimes are prevalent in major cities such as Nairobi and Mombasa, but they can be avoided by taking basic safety precautions. Petty theft and pick-pocketing are common vices in big cities around the world. If you plan to go out in the cities, make sure to take safety precautions such as not carrying valuables, not moving at night, not carrying a lot of cash, and doing everything you can to stay safe. Follow all of the guides’ instructions to stay safe on Kenya Wildlife Safaris. Always remain in the safari vehicle and maintain a safe distance from the animals.

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