Kenya

About Kenya

The land Of Safaris, Variety & Magical Experiences

Kenya’s safari industry continues to thrive, attracting travelers from around the globe with promises of thrilling wildlife sightings and immersive experiences in the heart of nature. Expert local guides play a crucial role in enhancing these safaris, sharing their knowledge and passion for the land and its inhabitants.

At Natural World Kenya Safaris, we pride ourselves on delivering seamless safari tours that cater to every traveler’s needs and preferences. Our fleet of 4X4 Land Cruiser Jeeps ensures comfort and safety while traversing rugged terrain, equipped with amenities like long-range radios for communication and pop-up tops for unobstructed photography opportunities.

Best Time To Go

December – March & June – September

Weather

Great & clear all Year Warm: Heavy rains in April & May

Time Zone

UTC & GMT (Greenwich Mean Time ) +3 Hours

Airport

Jomo Kenyata international Airport (JKIA)

Why Safari in Kenya - Home of the African Safari

Kenya’s safari parks offer something for every safari enthusiast. Choose your destination wisely, and embark on an unforgettable journey into the heart of Africa’s wilderness. Feel Free to Explore the listed Tour and Safari packages and choose what best works for You. 

Best Kenyan safaris Experiences

There are so many safari locations in Kenya that choosing where to start your experience might be difficult. To assist you in reducing your options and locating the ideal safari experience, we’ve highlighted some of Kenya’s top safari parks below, from the well-known Masai Mara to the undiscovered gem of Chyulu Hills.

Popular Kenyan Safari Destinations

Masai Mara

Masai Mara National Reserve: World-famous for its spectacular wildlife sightings, including the annual wildebeest migration, the Masai Mara offers unrivaled safari experiences. Witness the Big Five in action against the backdrop of sweeping savannas and rolling hills.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park: Known for its breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro, Amboseli is home to large elephant herds and a variety of other wildlife. Enjoy game drives with the iconic snow-capped mountain as your backdrop.

Tsavo East National Park

Tsavo National Parks (East and West): Tsavo East and West collectively form one of the largest national parks in Kenya, offering diverse landscapes ranging from open plains to volcanic hills. Explore vast wilderness areas while spotting lions, elephants, and more.

Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park indeed sounds like a breathtaking destination! The Great Rift Valley offers such a unique and picturesque setting, and the park’s diverse habitats must make it a haven for all sorts of wildlife. Birdwatching there must be especially remarkable, given the park’s reputation as a bird watcher’s paradise. It seems like a place where one could easily lose track of time exploring the beauty of nature. Have you had the chance to visit yourself?

FAQs on About Kenya Safaris

Why is Masai Mara so expensive?
Prices tend to be higher during the Peak season which is normally when the Great wildebeest migration happens as this attracts large numbers of visitors to Masai Mara making it more expensive to secure rooms due to the high demand. The Peak season runs from July to October.
 
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