The places to be at to have exciting and enjoyable Kenya holiday safaris

If you have not been to Africa, there is no time like the present for you to look at the map and arrange an Africa Safari expedition. Moreover, where better to start off your African experience than a safari vacation in Kenya? It is the home to the absolute best, if not the best, safari parks on the planet, Kenyan holiday safaris offer a few mind-boggling undertakings with the world’s most noteworthy wildlife species.

And keeping in mind that many individuals go directly to the Masai Mara for its exhaustive scope of major game, there are some other safari parks in Kenya that you need to know while planning.

Best time to visit

The best time is end of June to October. This is the dry season, in addition to the wildebeest migration for the most part arrives at the Masai Mara in July and they stick around till October, when they will get back to the Serengeti, Tanzania. Below is a list of parks you need to visit so plan appropriately.

  1. Masai Mara National Reserve

The Masai Mara is the most famous safari park in Kenya. Well known for its incredible herds of wild game. It includes the remarkable populace of Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs, Giraffes and much more. It is additionally the best spot to see the Great Migration: the yearly movement of zebra, Topi and wildebeest to and from the Serengeti in Tanzania. Furthermore, there are huge elephant herds and for all intents and purposes each and every kind of wildlife found in Kenya. This park is where you can see the most receptive wildlife.

  1. Lake Nakuru National Park

Do you wish to see herds of various wildlife species on the shores of a lake? Here you get to witness Black rhinos, white rhinos, warthogs, giraffes, zebra, hippos, ostriches, and lions. Typically African, Lake Nakuru National Park is just 170 kilometers north-west of Nairobi.

Day trips to this Park are an option from Nairobi.

  1. Amboseli National Park

The grand Mount Kilimanjaro is a Kenyan safari must-see. She emerges from the fog in the early morning or evenings and sometimes all day long while the biggest tuskers you will ever see graze at her feet. You will also love the view of colossal groups drinking water from the marshes. The park is home to over 370 types of bird species, and you can be sure to see zebras,  hyenas, lions, cheetahs, giraffes, Buffaloes, warthogs, impalas, jackals, and wildebeest.

  1. Tsavo National Parks

Together the 2 Tsavo national parks make the biggest protected wildlife park in Kenya. More remote than Kenya’s other safari parks, the huge region offers immense scenes to explore. Seeing elephants splashing the blue waters of the Galana River on themselves is one you will appreciate forever. You can likewise recognize the giraffe, cheetah, lion, serval cats, leopards, oryx, gazelle, buffaloes,Kudu, striped hyena, impala and roughly 500 types of birds. Tsavo East is additionally home to two magnificent tree species, the baobab, and the doum palm.

  1. Samburu Game Reserve

The meaning of the word ‘safari’ is ‘excursion’, and Samburu is the ideal spot to begin an undertaking. With game drives offering herds of elephants, lions, buffaloes and leopards, you will see Samburu’s own ‘Big Five’: the Beisa Oryx, Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich, Gerenuk and reticulated giraffe. You can likewise decide to go on a camel safari, an adventurous African experience you will always remember.

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