Welcome to Kenya’s most reachable yet strange safari experience. Immerse yourself in the vast wild animal kingdom of Kenya wild Safari. You will find elephants, hippos, African leopards, zebras, and many other wild animals of the natural world Kenya Safari in every direction.
Maasai Mara National Park
As the jewel of Kenya’s wildlife viewing, the Maasai Mara National park (The Mara) is one of Africa’s most standard safari tourism destinations. The Park is situated in the Great Rift Valley in mainly open parkland.
The “Big Five” members Loin, leopard, elephant, Cape buffalo, white and black rhinos are found throughout the year. The grasslands between the Mara River and Soit Ololol Escarpment are best for game viewing, especially for cheetah and loins.
Roughly 95 types of amphibians, reptiles, and mammals and over 450 species are found in Maasai Mara national park. The Maasai people, a migrated tribe, are customary inhabitants of the land.
There are two lodges within Mara Triangle’s boundaries, commonly known as the Mara Serena Lodge and Little Governors Camp. The best season to visit Maasai Mara Park is between July and October, during wild animals’ migration.
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Amboseli National Park
Amboseli national park is most famous for the best place to get close to free-ranging elephants in the world. The Park also allows having views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world.
Amboseli Park is home to African bush elephant, Egyptian goose, Masai giraffe, cheetah, Cape buffalo, Grant’s zebra, impala, and blue wildebeest. The Park host 80 different mammals and over 400 small and large birds too.
To reach Amboseli national park, one should take the main road into the Park from Nairobi via Namangan in an off-road vehicle due to tarmacked route.
The Park also allows meeting Maasai and Maasai village. The vegetation of Amboseli National park is sparse due to prolonged dry months, and this is the best opportunity of viewing African wildlife. The dry season between June to October is considered the best season to visit Amboseli national park.
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Tsavo East and West National Park
Land of springs, Lava, and man-eaters, Tsavo East and West national park, is known as the twin parks of Africa’s most considerable wilderness reservations. The gardens cover more than 10 million acres of original wilderness safaris. In Kenya’s southeast, the parks cover 4% of Kenya’s total land area of 11,747sq.km.
The Park is home to large mammals such as red-red elephants, Rhino, lion, buffalo, leopard, waterbucks, hippos, Gerenuk, Hirola, and others.
Tsavo East and West national park are famous for the largest safari elephant herds in the world. On your safari, you can have sights of dust-red elephants rolling, wallowing, and spraying each other. Tsavo is known as birdwatcher’s heaven featuring 600 recorded species in the west and 500 in the East. Some essential species are weavers, hornbills, sunbirds, rollers, and raptors.
Most attraction places of twin parks are The Aruba Dam, The Mundanda Rock, The Yatta Plateau, The Lugard Falls, and The Galana River.
The best time to visit Tsavo East and West National Park is between May to October. During this season, wildlife is more comfortable to spot because they gather around the waterhole daily.
Nairobi National Park
Nairobi national park, nicknamed “Kifaru Ark,” is the first national Park and a local treasure. It is the most accessible Park with a safari experience in Kenya. It is one of Africa’s smallest Park (117 sq km) with abundant wildlife. It is also famous for bordering any country’s capital in the world.
The Park is home to black rhinos (more than 60), lions, and hyenas. Cheetahs, leopards, gazelles, giraffes, ostriches, buffaloes, and warthogs are regularly spotted in the Park. The Park hosts more than 400 species of large and small birds.
On your visit to Nairobi national park, you should stand in the open-roofed vehicle for the animals’ best views. There you can meet loins and big cats in their natural habitats.
The best season to visit Nairobi national park (Kenya safari best time) is between March to May and October to November in dry seasons. If you want to see other more significant National parks, then Nairobi national park is not worth it.
Lake Nakuru National Park
The birds’ park “Lake Nakuru national park” is famous for flamingos. Lake Nakuru Park is one of the two premium parks in Kenya. The Park hosts more than 400 species of birds, plus five universally endanger species. The Park also hosts black rhinosours.
It is Kenya’s most famous Park. The main feature of the Park is a vast, shallow lake assisting countless birdlife, including flocks of pelican and flamingos.
Lake Nakuru National Park is home to various plant and animal species and notably Rothschild Giraffe, the African Fish Eagle, and both Black and White Rhinos.
Lake Nakuru national park deals with easy wildlife viewing of most big safari animals. The Park opens at 7 am. It is suggested to avoid visits during the wet season (March to May) because animals disperse in the rain.