Unveiling Kenya Safari Packages

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Kenya Safari Destinations Informations

Masai Mara National Reserve

When you think of Africa, the picture in your mind’s eye is quite likely a single acacia tree silhouetted on the savanna against a flame-red horizon, inching towards infinity. That classic image is almost certainly from the Masai Mara. One of Kenya’s most famous safari destinations, the Masai Mara is a 583 square mile area of preserved wilderness in southwestern Kenya along the Tanzanian border made up of grassy plains and rolling hills, traversed by the Mara and Talek rivers. Its name derives from the Maasai people, ancestral inhabitants who migrated from the Nile Basin.

Other residents of the Mara, as it is called locally, include lion, cheetah, elephant, leopard, zebra, black rhino, hippo, and hundreds of bird species. Wildebeest, too, cross the Mara plains during the annual wildebeest migration in search of water in one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on earth. It is a jaw-dropping sight and one you won’t soon forget.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park, the second most visited park in Kenya after the Masai Mara, is known for its spectacular herds of elephants and stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, just across the border in Tanzania. Large herds of tusked elephants roam the plains in the morning and evening, but you will also see hippo, buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, hyena and the occasional lion and wild dog.

During the heavy rains, the basin at the center of Amboseli floods, luring throngs of wildlife and providing ample opportunity for eager shutterbugs. Amboseli was declared a UNESCO-Mab Biosphere Reserve in 1991, helping ensure the conservation of biodiversity within the park and the involvement of the local population.

Nairobi National Park

One of Africa’s smallest national parks at just 45 square miles, Nairobi National Park is also one of the only national parks on the planet that sits within the limits of a capital city. But there is still the chance for numerous wildlife sightings. The park encompasses open plains, rocky outcrops, and streams that run southeast into the acacia lined Mbatathi Athi River. You can see the Big Five here, minus elephants. However, you can visit orphaned baby elephants in the nursery of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, located close to the main entrance to the park. There are as many as 40 black rhinos here, too. Fences separate the park from the nearby suburbs of Langata and Karen.

Mount Kenya National Park

Mount Kenya National Park covers 277 square miles, including much of the lower skirts of Mount Kenya, which is the second-highest mountain in Africa after Kilimanjaro. The park is home to elephants, buffalo, black rhinos, and leopards. Several endangered and rare species including sunni buck and albino zebra also live there, and, at lower altitudes, colobus monkeys can also be seen. In 1997, the park and forest reserve around it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Kikuyu peoples and the related Meru and Embu tribes farm the lower slopes of Mount Kenya.

Tsavo West National Park

Experience the allure of Tsavo West National Park, where Africa’s magnificent wildlife thrives against a backdrop of rugged rock formations, volcanic landscapes, and verdant watering holes. Amidst the acacia-studded hills, a captivating array of elephants, buffaloes, lions, leopards, and endangered rhinos awaits your discovery.

This sanctuary presents a captivating competition between the dramatic land forms and the vibrant wildlife, vying for your attention. Observe giraffes gracefully grazing on treetops, while nearby bush-babies, hartebeests, gerenuks, and impalas emerge from the lush vegetation.

The park’s avian inhabitants create an ever-enchanting symphony, as your senses awaken to over 500 bird species, including African skimmers, yellow bishops, ostriches, starlings, weavers, kingfishers, and herons. A climb to Tsavo’s numerous vantage points unveils awe-inspiring vistas, with the distant snow-capped peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro serving as a breathtaking centerpiece.

Samburu National Reserve

In the far north of the country, near Mount Kenya, you’ll find the remote Samburu National Reserve. Samburu is uncrowded and offers excellent game-viewing amidst a stunning mix of hilly landscapes, riverine bush, and semi-desert terrain. Here, you won’t be surrounded by other vehicles as you might in other reserves, but you will be privy to kopjes (small hills) and enormous rocky outcrops centered around the Ewaso Ngiro River. This unique geography supports animals adapted to the drier, rockier conditions.

You might even glimpse the red-robed Samburu tribesmen, like their Masai relatives, bringing cattle to the river to drink. The Samburu live in manyattas (villages) that can be moved as they follow the grazing patterns of their livestock. This is also one of few places in Africa where you might spot a camel plodding along the arid plains.

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